Dr Gary Larder

MBBS University of Queensland First Class Honours;
FRACGP;   FRANZCP;   PIRS Certified;
Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry – RANZCP


Dr Gary Larder is a former Medical Superintendent with Right of Private Practice at the Quilpie District Hospital during the period of 1983-1987.

Dr Larder is now a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. For information about the college, click on the following link: www.ranzcp.org

He trained in Psychiatry in Brisbane, Townsville and Ipswich. He is in private practice at Wickham Terrace and refers to the New Farm Clinic where he liaises with the Mood Disorders Tertiary Referral Unit.

He is a First Class Honours Graduate of the University of Queensland (1981), a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (1988) and a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (1993); a Member of the Forensic Section of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College; a Clinical Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychiatry, University of Queensland. Dr Larder has also completed training in the Psychiatric Impairment Rating Scale (2004).

He has fostered an interest in industrial relations issues and workplace rehabilitation, personal injury management and rehabilitation. He works as a treating psychiatrist and independent medical examiner. In his role as Clinical Senior Lecturer with the University of Queensland he has assisted in medical education activities since 1993.

Dr Larder’s practice comprises 3 days per week assessing and treating private patients and 1½ days completing medicolegal assessments.

Dr Larder is a registered medical specialist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency which governs the function of the Medical Board of Australia.

Dr Larder attended a training programme at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney on 07 and 08 December 2013 organised by the WorkCover Authority of New South Wales and the University of Sydney concerning the evaluation and assessment of permanent impairment.  Dr Julian Parmegiani [one of the inventors/designers of an impairment rating system called the Psychiatric Impairment Rating Scale] presented a post graduate education session on the use of that Scale.