Cath Fenton

Registered Nurse



Hospital Certificate of Registration – Royal Adelaide Hospital 1987
Hospital Certificate of Midwifery – Queen Victoria Hospital, Adelaide 1993
Graduate Certificate Community Health and Development - Deakin University 2002
Bachelor of Nursing Degree with distinction RMIT University 2010
Master Midwifery by research with Distinction RMIT University 2012
TAE40110 - Cert IV in training and assessment, 2013
TAEASS502 Diploma of Vocational Education and Training, SW Institute TAFE, 2017
Victorian COVID-19 Competency 2021 Melbourne Vaccine Education Centre (MVEC)


General Practice Nursing





Originally from south-eastern country South Australia, Cath attended boarding school in Adelaide and then completed her nursing studies. After nursing in London for two years, Cath returned to Australia, married and moved to a farming property in the south-western district of Victoria.  


A recent reverse tree-change saw Cath relocate to Melbourne. Her three adult children were raised on their property and are now running the family farming enterprise. Over the years Cath continued to practice as a nurse and midwife at their local rural hospital. Nursing has been an incredibly rewarding career and she is also grateful to have spent time in nursing education and training roles as well as caring for the community.