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Experienced male & female doctors
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Dr. James Oliver
BMedSci, MBBS (UQ), FRACGP
Dr Oliver completed his Bachelor of Biomedical Science with honours in Anatomy at the University of Queensland. Since then he has worked at the Ipswich and Gladstone Emergency Departments before pursuing a career in General Practice. Away from the clinic, Dr Oliver enjoys spending time with his wife and dogs. He also enjoys camping and the outdoors when opportunities present and also enjoys live music and sporting events. To stay fit and healthy, he is a keen trail runner.
The best thing about General Practice for him is he loves being able to develop a therapeutic relationship with patients and families over time and working collaboratively to help with preventative strategies for their health and any other issues that arise in the future.
Dr. Adeline Gong
MBChB (UK), MRCP, FRACGP
Dr Adeline completed her medical studies and trained as a general practitioner in Scotland, where she obtained Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP). In addition to all aspects of general practice, she also gained experience in internal medicine and is a Member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP UK).
More recently, she worked in a community hospital setting in Singapore, focusing mainly on rehabilitation medicine and care of the elderly.
Her background includes one year of experience in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry, and she has also completed additional mental health skills training within Australia. She is an accredited provider with the Mater Maternity Shared Care programme for Antenatal care.
Since relocating to Australia, she has obtained Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. (FRACGP)
Her special interests are mental health, chronic medical conditions and preventative care.
Dr. Bee K J Kho
BMedSci, MBBS (UTAS), FRACGP, CCFP (Canada)
Dr Bee Kho completed his medical school at the University of Tasmania with Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery. He then spent his residency years in large tertiary hospitals in Queensland; Gold Coast Hospital and Royal Children’s Hospital in Brisbane. He also had stints in Mount Isa Hospital, Kingaroy Hospital and Warwick Base Hospital in regional Queensland doing various core specialty rotations to enrich his medical and surgical knowledge.
Following his hospital experience, he subsequently completed his family medicine training and was awarded his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).
His special interest includes men’s health – erectile dysfunction, hair loss, acne and weight loss treatments.
He also hold certification from the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CCFP).
Dr. Shimmi Fernando
MBBS (James Cook Uni) ; FRACGP
Dr Catrina Lee
MBBS (Griffith Uni), Dip.Child Health (DipCH), FRACGP
Dr Catrina Lee is a medical graduate of Griffith University (BSc UQ and MBBS Griffith). She has worked in many hospitals in Queensland, including the Royal Brisbane and Women Hospital, Nambour Hospital, Queen Elizabeth II Hospital and Ipswich Hospital. She has also worked in New Zealand. Her medical experience includes General Medicine, Intensive Care Unit medicine (specialty dealing with very sick patients), Anaesthetics, Emergency Medicine and Paediatrics (speciality dealing with children). Dr Catrina Lee especially enjoys working with kids and she has been awarded a Diploma in Child Health (DCH). In her spare time, she enjoys her down time with family and friends and exploring the outdoors, such as hiking, scuba, and snowboarding.
Dr. Vickneswaran Sangapillai
MBBS (UM), FRACGP
Dr Vic graduated from the prestigious University of Malaya medical school in Malaysia before moving to Australia where he has worked as a GP for the past 10 years. Dr Vic has worked in rural Queensland (South Burnett region – Kingaroy and Murgon) before moving back to the city.
He completed his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2015. Dr Vic has a keen interest in mental health issues, Chronic Disease management, Cardiovascular Disease, Travel Medicine & Sexual Health. Dr Vic is a registered PrEP (Pre-exposure prophylaxis) prescriber and accredited yellow fever vaccinator.