Dr Vid Suttor graduated from the University of New South Wales with a patient-centred interest in gastroenterology in 2000, following completion of her school years at James Ruse Agricultural High School. She was admitted to the prestigious physician training program at St Vincent's Hospital, where she trained with Dr Paul O'Farrell. She went on to undertake advanced gastroenterology training through Liverpool and Bankstown Hospitals, before completing a fellowship in gastrointestinal motility disorders at Royal North Shore Hospital. She was admitted to the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 2008, and accredited with the Gastroenterological Society of Australian (GESA).
Dr Suttor is a Consultant Gastroenterology at North Shore Private Hospital. She also holds appointments at Mona Vale Hospital and Manly Hospital. Her interests include investigation and care of abdominal pain, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic diarrhoea, severe constipation, inflammatory bowel disease, nutrition, and small bowel capsule endoscopy. Vid is an accredited diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopist with the Conjoint Committee in Endoscopy. She has published in peer-reviewed medical journals on digestive tract physiology and presented her research at national and international conferences. She is also mum to three busy little girls.