Doctors and Staff

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2022 Jun 02

We understand that how important it is to find the right doctor for you. We have a broad mix of male and female GPs of differing ages to make it easier for you. Our team all have different areas of special interest and specialty to help you make those choices. Take a closer look at our team.

MBBS FRACGP Dip Dermoscopy (SCCANZ) FAICD

Trish is an experienced GP with particular interests in Mental Health, Skin Cancer medicine, menopause and chronic conditions. She is an accredited Skin Cancer doctor. Trish is actively involved in teaching both at undergraduate level and with the postgraduate GP training program. Her non-medical interests include family, music and bushwalking. She is an avid reader of escapist novels.

Diana is an experienced GP with particular interests in Womens Health and Chronic Health conditions. Dianas non-medical interests include her legendary weekly bike ride to Mount Nebo, running, snow skiing, bushwalking and travel.

Erica is a Fellow of the RACGP who studied at Griffith University. She enjoys all areas of general practice, with special interests in womens health, paediatrics and chronic disease management. When not practicing medicine, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, gardening and travel.

Jillann is a GP with a broad experience including emergency medicine, international work for the UN, and healthcare system management. She has travelled extensively and has particular interests in travel medicine and occupational health. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, martial arts and playing classical guitar.

Peter graduated from the University of Queensland in 2013. He enjoys all parts of general practice and has particular interests in management of chronic disease, mens health and dermatology. In his spare time he enjoys playing basketball, reading and spending time with his family and friends.

I am a RACGP fellow with over 15 years of experience working in Australia. My special interests are womens health, childrens health, travel medicine and chronic disease management. Outside work I like to spend time with my family.

Dr Paul Jenkins is a fellow of the RACGP who studied at UWA and trained in the major teaching hospitals of Perth and Brisbane before completing general practice training. He is passionate about all areas of general practice and has particular interests in mens health, dermatology and skin cancer medicine and chronic disease. In his free time he enjoys family, friends, playing guitar and keeping active.

Michelle is another of our young GPs with particular interests in Travel Medicine, Womens Health, Childrens Health and Medical Research. Michelles time out of work is spent being a mum, cooking and spending time with friends and family.

Thomas is a local resident, father and husband of three boys. He likes to stay fit and healthy and enjoys time spent outdoors. He has a special interest in skin cancer medicine and surgery, general medicine and mens health. He also prescribes medicinal marijuana for a range of health conditions. He has a Skin Cancer Surgery and Medicine Diploma which he utilises to do thorough skin checks and surgery in the Skin Cancer Clinic.

Danielle is an experienced GP with medical interests in Womens Health and Childrens Health, including lactation and feeding problems. Her non-medical interests are centered on her family and include travel, cooking and staying fit.

Amay completed his medical studies in India before moving to Australia in 2009. He worked for a number of years in hospitals before training in General Practice. Amay enjoys all aspects of general Practice and he is presently undergoing further training in skin cancer medicine. When he is not at work, he enjoys the outdoors and working in his garden.

JC enjoys all aspects of General Practice, with special interests in Womens Health, Child Health and Chronic Disease Management. Her non-medical interests include cooking, travelling, pampering her rescue cats and spending time with her family. Dr Tang is now trained for Mirena insertions. Please phone the practice to make an appointment.

Rachel qualified as a doctor in 2005. She enjoys all areas of general practice, but has particular interests in womens health (including Mirena insertions), paediatrics and chronic health conditions. Outside of work she is kept busy with two small children, but enjoys cooking, photography and keeping fit and healthy.

Patients are warmly welcomed to the practice by Linda, Serena,Sharna, Aimee, Nova, Genevieve, Jillian, Sarah, Romy and Gemma.

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