Dr Bonnie McRae

About Me:

Dr Bonnie McRae is a Specialist Registrar with the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians (ACSEP). She obtained her medical degree from the Griffith University in 2011. Prior to graduating from medical school, she graduated from Queensland University of Technology, attaining a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Medical Sciences in 2007. She worked at Queensland Health as a junior doctor from 2012 - 2017, gaining experience in specialty areas of Orthopaedics and Trauma Surgery, Emergency Medicine, General Surgery and General Medicine. While working as a junior doctor, Dr McRae successfully completed a Masters of Surgical Science, graduating from Edinburgh University in 2015. She completed a Graduate Certificate in Sports Medicine through the University of Queensland in 2018. Dr McRae was the recipient of the Dr Hugh Hazard NRL Training Fellowship in 2022, and has been awarded the Professor Ken Fitch Anti-Doping Fellowship for 2024. Current and Past Appointments include: • Chief Medical Officer, Bowls Australia • Doctor, Qld Academy of Sport (Football Program) • Doctor, Qld Academy of Sport (Wheelchair Basketball & Wheelchair Rugby Programs) • HIA/Medical Room Doctor, Super Rugby/Super W/International Rugby Union (Brisbane events) • Chief Medical Officer, NRLW Brisbane Broncos (2018-2023) • Assistant Medical Officer, NRL Brisbane Broncos (2019) • Chief Medical Officer, Trinbago Commonwealth Youth Games (2023) • Tournament Medical Officer, U19 Female National Cricket Championships (2023) • Tournament Medical Officer, U19 Male International Cricket Series (2023) • Tournament Medical Officer, PGA Championship (2022) • Performance Health Staff Member, Birmingham Commonwealth Games (2022)