Dr Blake Knapman is a highly trained and skilled Gynaecologist with a passion for women’s health. With a Bachelor of Applied Science in Diagnostic Radiography, a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery and dual Masters in Reproductive and Women’s Health Medicine from the universities of Sydney, Notre Dame and New South Wales respectively, Blake has demonstrated an ongoing commitment to continued professional development with a view to optimising patient care.
In addition to his specialist training at The Royal Hospital for Women, Blake has completed a fellowship in advanced laparoscopy & hysteroscopic surgery from the Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy & Surgery (AGES) Society under the tutelage of Professor Jason Abbott and Dr Erin Nesbitt-Hawes. This experience has equipped Blake with expertise in the medical and surgical management of endometriosis and other gynaecological conditions within a patient-centred framework. Recognising the importance of high-quality imaging in women’s health, Blake is undergoing further specialty training by completing a Diploma in Diagnostic Ultrasound from the Australasian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM). He continues to be actively involved in research and regularly teaches medical students from the University of New South Wales where he has a conjoint appointment.
Born and raised on a farm in northwest NSW, Blake brings a friendly and down-to-earth approach to his work that makes his patients feel immediately at ease. When he’s not at work, Blake enjoys visiting family and exploring regional NSW with his wife and young daughter.