Dr Reihaneh is a full time GP, trained in Hamdan University, Iran 2006 who moved to Australia with her husband in 2013 . Dr Reihaneh’s main interests in medicine include women’s health, chronic disease and mental health.
Dr Danny Coox is an Australian based GP who has recently moved from Cairns with his family. His main areas of interest is musculoskeletal and sports medicine, including writing programs specifically for rehabilitation of patients suffering from musculoskeletal pain. He is also experienced in treating spinal pain and injection therapy such as Platelet Rich Plasma injections (PRP), Corticosteroid injections, non-steroidal injections eg, prolotherapy.
He is an excellent GP who will welcome you with his smile.
Dr Robert D’Hotman is skilled in a wide range of family health services and the surgical field. He qualified as a medical practitioner in Rhodesia in 1979 and then obtained UK recognition in the same year.
Dr D’Hotman then spent two years in the air force service during which time he specialised in Aviation medicine and then practiced for 18 years in South Africa expanding his practical capabilities as a General Procedural Practitioner. During this time he worked in a Private Practice, Emergency Medicine, then at a Mission hospital as a teacher in the surgical department.
Dr D’Hotman’s main interests lie in the surgical fields. He offers vasectomies, and all the definitive skin cancer surgeries, including the various skin flaps required for more substantial lesion closures, plus many minor surgical procedures including excisions of various cysts, lipomas, soft tissue masses, ugly keloid scars & other unsightly moles. He has completed the Advanced course in Cosmetic Injecting to compliment his surgical skills, and is skilled in cosmetic injecting (Botox, Fillers , PRP). He also has an interest in chronic pain solutions that are an alternative to strong pain killer prescriptions with a view to reducing these.
Dr Maureen Hollyoak is a skin cancer surgeon who performs skin checks, biopsies, excisions, grafts and flaps.
Dr Maureen graduated in 1987 from the University of QLD, and has completed much of her training at the Royal Brisbane Hospital. In 1992 she traveled to America and worked in a clinical and research role at the Shriner’s Children’s Burns Hospital in Texas. While there, she completed a Master of Medical Science specialising in wound healing (Texas, USA). On returning to Brisbane she began her advanced general surgical training. In 1997 she completed her general surgical training and became a General Surgeon. Dr Maureen also has considerable experience in vascular surgery in both Australia and New Zealand.
Dr Maureen is now focused on skin cancer care. She has undertaken considerable training in this area. She has been awarded an Advanced Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine and an Advanced Certificate in Skin Cancer Surgery. She has also completed a Professional Diploma in Dermoscopy and currently undertaking a Professional Diploma in Skin Cancer Surgery.
Dr Maureen is focused on ensuring early detection of skin cancers. If diagnosed early skin cancers can be more easily treated, often without surgery. Dr Maureen’s extensive surgical experience means that most skin cancers can be removed in the clinic without the need to go to hospitals. Dr Maureen can perform even complex repairs on all areas of the body while aiming to achieve good cosmetic outcomes for patients. Dr Maureen has experience in total body imaging which is vital for patients with high number of moles and/ or history of melanoma. We also offer a comprehensive array of non-surgical treatments for skin cancers. Dr Maureen is happy to receive referrals from all GPs who require assistance with their patient management or advice. Dr Maureen is happy to accept patients who have various lumps, bumps or cysts that require assistance.
As Dr Maureen is a skin cancer surgeon you will require a referral from your GP.
Bulk-billing is available for skin checks, biopsies & excisions.
Dr Raymond Gadd grew up in Brisbane and completed his first degree in public health care at the University of Queensland in 1997. He obtained his medical degree in 2003 from the University of Newcastle and has been practising as a doctor ever since.
Dr Gadd is interested in all aspects of general practice, family medicine, urgent care and emergency medicine, care of the elderly, veterans health care and indigenous health. Dr Gadd has also worked in the area of refugee health and is experienced in treating patients for whom English is a second language.
Dr Gadd welcomes patients of all ages. He has a warm, caring and professional approach, and listens carefully to the concerns of his patients.
Dr Kelly is a local GP who has owned his own practice. He comes with many years of experience and has an interest in men’s health, skin cancer, aviation medicine and love GP training. He is a supervisor/trainer of GP registrars for GPTQ since 2004 and a college examiner for RACGP.
Dr Crosland has special interests in palliative care, substance misuse and joint injections. She is also qualified in the removal of small skin lesions.
Dr Alison is a UK trained GP who graduated from Edinburgh University in 2009.
Prior to completing GP training, she worked in Acute Medicine in the UK, as well as spending a year in Singapore working in Infectious Diseases.
Dr Alison enjoys all aspects of General Practice with a particular interest in Lifestyle Medicine, Infectious Diseases and Palliative Care.
In her spare time she enjoys running, spending time outdoors and travel.
Dr Emma Scott was born in Australia but she studied medicine and trained as a GP in Scotland.
Her experience includes working in paediatrics obstetrics & gynaecology, and she enjoys all aspects of General Practice.
Dr Tasneem Sultana is an Australian based General Practitioner who has over 10 years’ experience as a GP, she has recently moved from the Sunshine Coast to the area. She is a member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has obtained her fellowship. She is very experienced in older patients, women’s health, children’s health, minor procedures, cryotherapy and mental health.
Aside of these interests she is experienced in all facets of General Practice and is very happy to see patients with or without an appointment. Dr Tasneem has a beautiful family and loves to spend time with her two young kids to visit Nature parks and outing. Dr Tasneem believes in continuity of care for all age groups.
Dr Terli is a highly experienced GP having graduated from medical school in India in 2001. He moved to the UK in 2003, where he worked in various specialities before joining general practice. He completed his GP training in 2009 and continued to practice as a GP in the UK until moving to Australia in December 2018.
Dr Terli has a special interest in emergency medicine and musculoskeletal problems.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family.
Dr Andrew trained as a GP in the UK, taking a year out of programme in 2015 to work in an Emergency Department on the Central Coast, NSW. His love of travel has led him back to Australia, along with his partner.
He enjoys the outdoor lifestyle and his hobbies include running, tennis, golf and soccer.
His special interests are chronic disease prevention and men’s health.