Dr Campbell Crilly graduated from the University of Queensland in 1987 and completed his internship at the Royal Brisbane Hospital before moving to Cairns. He achieved his Diploma of Obstetrics in 1991 and became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1995. A Graduate Diploma in Rural General Practice was awarded to him in 1997.
He is an American Board-certified independent medical examiner. He also has an Australian Certificate of Civil Aviation Medicine (Monash) and is a Designated Aviation Medical Examiner.
Dr Crilly is a member of the College of GPs, the Australian Society of Aerospace Medicine, the International Society of Travel Medicine and the Australian Medical Association.
Dr Crilly has worked extensively in far north Queensland in aboriginal health with the Royal Flying Doctor Service and international medical retrievals before he commenced his private general practice in Cairns.
Dr Crilly enjoys all aspects of general medical practice with particular interests in men's health, skin cancer surgery and skin pathology, occupational medicine and workplace injury assessment, travel medicine and aviation medicine.