Dr Cliff Kelland
Cliff was born in England in 1939 and qualified as a medical practitioner at London University in 1962. He gained post graduate qualifications in Psychiatry in England then migrated with his wife and two young children to Tasmania 1969 to work as a specialist psychiatrist at the Royal Derwent Hospital. Cliff Retrained in Pathology at the Royal Hobart Hospital and joined Hobart Pathology as an anatomical pathologist in 1974 where he remained, first as Managing Director then Chairman, until his retirement in the mid 1990s.
A fellow of the RACP and RANZCP, Cliff was also inaugural President of Australian Association of Pathology Practices 1988-92. Diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2009, Cliff was widowed in mid 2014 and has two children and six grandchildren.