Dr Calum Young
MBChB, MAvMed, PGDipOccMed, FRACP, FCSANZ
Calum graduated from the University of Otago and Wellington School of Medicine in 1994. He spent his initial postgraduate years at Tauranga Hospital and then undertook specialist Cardiology training at Christchurch Hospital. He returned to the Bay in 2004 after a period as a Cardiology Clinical Fellow at the Western Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland. He has a particular interest in cardiac risk assessment and Cardiac CT scanning, including attending and presenting at international meetings in these fields. In 2013, he undertook a sabbatical- spending time with a number of Cardiac CT centres across the UK and Europe. He completed a Master of Aviation Medicine with Distinction in 2018, as well as a Post-Graduate Diploma in Occupational Medicine with Distinction.
Calum is accredited with the Australasian Committee for CT Coronary Angiography and is a Member of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography. He is a Member of the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association of the European Society of Cardiology. Calum is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer with the Department of Occupational and Aviation Medicine, University of Otago, an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer with the Department of Medicine, University of Auckland. He is a Member of the Aerospace Medical Association and the Aviation Medical Society of New Zealand.
Calum lives locally with his young family, and his extracurricular interests include mountain biking, running and photography.