Dr Belinda BEATTIE MBBS (QLD)
Dr Beattie graduated from the University of Queensland in 1982. She has been in General Practice since 1985. She is interested and experienced in all aspects of General Practice, particularly Breast Disease (she also works part-time at Wesley Breast Clinic) and also enjoys caring for children. She has three adult daughters, and loves to travel.
Dr Marianna CAMPBELL MBBS (QLD), BSc, DRANZCOG, FRACGP
After graduating from medicine at the University of Queensland, Dr Campbell spent several years working in hospitals and General Practice in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Townsville. Her areas of interest include Paediatrics and Women’s Health, and she completed a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Gold Coast Hospital. She is married with two young children. She loves surfing and travelling, and especially enjoys combining the two.
Dr Katrina HARRISON MBBS (QLD), FRACGP, B.App.Sc.(Pod)
Dr Harrison graduated from the University of Queensland in 2005. She is interested in all aspects of General Practice, particularly Paediatrics, Women’s Health and Travel Medicine. She is married, with one young child and enjoys travel, reading and swimming.
Dr Anh TO MBBS (QLD), FRACGP
Dr To graduated from the University of Queensland in 1998. She is interested in all aspects of General Practice, and enjoys meeting people from all walks of life, and looking after their health and that of their families as well. She particularly enjoys Children’s Health and Women’s Health. She is married with two children, and enjoys relaxing with family and friends in her spare time .
Dr Nam TRAN MBBS (UNSW), BSc (Med) Hons, FRACGP
I’m Nam Tran. I graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2002, and have been consulting as a GP since 2005. I have an interest in all fields of medicine, but especially enjoy paediatrics, men’s health and mental health. A firm believer in fitness and the Anzac spirit, I joined the Australian Army Reserve in 2008, doing part-time work as an Army Medical Officer. I also work part-time for a GP Training organisation, teaching junior doctors and providing career guidance. Other times you will find me on the tennis court, at the beach with my dog, practising martial arts, or hiking.
Dr Raoul THAKUR MBBS (QLD), FRACGP
Dr Thakur graduated from the University of Queensland in 1998, with subsequent years in QLD hospitals, primarily RBWH, a stint in London at King’s College Hospital, and some time in Occupational Health at Health Services Australia. He is interested in all aspects of General Practice, but particularly Children’s Health, Men’s Health, Travel Medicine and Mental Health Care. He is married with two children and one large dog. In his spare time, he likes to go to the beach when it’s hot, and skiing when it’s not.
Dr Graciela FANNING B.Pharm, MBBS (Hons) (QLD)
Dr Fanning graduated from the University of Queensland in 2007 and subsequently worked at various Brisbane hospitals, including two years at the Royal Children’s Hospital. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has a special interest in Paediatrics. In her spare time she enjoys reading, baking and going on outings with her husband and their daughter, especially when these involve visiting fine bakeries.
Dr Alison ROBERTS MBBS (QLD), FRACGP, DCH
A graduate of U.Q., Dr Roberts completed her hospital training at the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital. She enjoys all aspects of Family Medicine and has a particular interest in Paediatrics, Women’s Health, Aged Care and Preventative Health.
Dr Deidre STARK BA, BSc, MBBS, Dip of Child Health, Dip of Dermatology
Dr Stark graduated from the University of Queensland. She completed her hospital training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, the Mater Adult’s, Mother’s and Children’s Hospitals and the Prince Charles Hospital in emergency, paediatrics, mental health and obstetric roles. Since starting in general practice she has completed further qualifications in paediatrics and dermatology. As a mother of three children, Deidre enjoys all aspects of general practice and has a special interest in children's/adolescent's issues, young adults and preventative health. She takes great pleasure in seeing elderly patients.
Dr Nicole O’Sullivan, MBBS(Hons), FRACGP
Dr Nicole O'Sullivan graduated from the University of Queensland in 1991 and obtained a Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1999. She has worked in General Practice since 1994, and finds it a privilege to care for patients throughout their lifespan. She has a special interest in Women's Health, Paediatrics and Preventive Medicine. When not at work, Nicole enjoys spending time with her family and yoga.
Dr Stephanie Sheu MBBS (Hons), BSci (Med), DCH, FRACGP
A General Practitioner and Medical Acupuncturist, Stephanie completed her medical degree at UNSW in Sydney. She has a special interest in Family Planning, Women's Health and Child Health. She is able to inform about and insert contraceptive devices such as IUD's (Mirena) and Implanon, and can provide acupuncture for the treatment of certain medical conditions.
Stephanie has just moved from Sydney back to Brisbane where she grew up locally in Indooroopilly. She is married and has a young son who keeps her busy, and she likes to keep healthy by running, swimming and travelling overseas.
Dr Jenny Doust BA, BEcons, BMBS, FRACGP, PhD
Jenny has been a general practitioner for over 20 years. She has had a varied career, including studying at Keio University in Tokyo and living in Fukushima. Since graduating from Flinders University medical school in 1993, she has combined her love of general practice with a research career. She has been a Professor at Bond University since 2008, with her research work mainly focussing on diagnosis and the use of diagnostic tests in general practice. When she is not working, she likes to spend time with her family, keeping up her rusty Japanese and going to ballet classes.
She enjoys the whole spectrum of General Practice and seeing all age groups, from young infants to those of more advanced years.
Dr Janelle Bragg MBBS, FRACGP
After graduating from James Cook University, Townsville, in 2007, Janelle undertook her hospital training at Ipswich General Hospital before commencing General Practice in 2010 and attaining RACGP Fellowship in 2012. Janelle offers GP Shared Care with the Mater Mother's Hospital & RBWH. Janelle's special interests include Antenatal GP Shared Care, Paediatrics and Women's Health.
She and her husband are raising a small tribe of young children and she loves reading really good picture books.