Dr Anjana De Almeida General Practitioner

Dr Anjana De Almeida completed her medical degree in 2001 at the University of Otago (NZ). Her academic and clinical excellence is evident from the number of awards she received in her final year at medical school, including awards for obstetrics and gynaecology, General Practice, Clinical Medicine and Overall Excellence in the clinical years. Anjana worked in several tertiary hospitals and then went on to complete a Diploma of Paediatrics at the University of Auckland before embarking on a career in General Practice. She has over 10 years’ experience working as a GP, and has a wide range of experience in all aspects of a General Practice with special interest in Paediatrics care from new-born to adolescents, gynaecology, family planning and contraception, preventative health and screening, mental health, chronic disease and complex medical issues. Dr Anjana enjoys all aspects of general practice, and loves the continuity of care and the opportunity to make a real difference in primary care. She believes that being a GP is a true privilege.

Dr Chrys Michaelides General Practitioner

Dr Chrys Michaelides has been a GP for more than 35 years, and has a special interest in chronic disease management. He has been running structured mini-clinic care of diabetes since 1988, and has been involved in multi-disciplinary diabetes programmes at a community level since the early 1990’s initially with a podiatrist and dietitian. Dr Michaelides has been involved with numerous advisory boards dealing with GP education for the development of programmes to help optimise outcomes for GPs and their patients through a structured care model. His current model of care is the fully integrated team approach to chronic disease management including exercise physiologist, psychologist, podiatrist, dietitian, practice nurse, and clinical measurement nurse.

Dr Judith Ridd General Practitioner

Dr Judy Ridd BM DRCOG DCH DFFP FRACGP (BM Southampton 1984) came from the UK in 1994 after spending 3 years in London teaching hospitals training in paediatrics and the next few years doing GP training and then some work at a University practice as a  GP with research and teaching interests. She obtained postgraduate diplomas in child health, obstetrics/gynaecology and family planning and is fully trained in insertion of IUD contraceptive devices. She is a member of the Royal Australian College of GPs. She is also on the Mater list of aligned GPs able to do shared antenatal care. She is married to a doctor and has 4 children; as a consequence she has a lot of lifeskills and a wide range of interests.

Dr Ming Gao General Practitioner

Dr Ming Gao graduated from Griffin Medical School in 2010 and completed his Fellowship of General Practitioner plus extra training to become a medical acupuncturist. He is passionate about holistic care, treating pain without using pain killers and pays attention to his patients’ psychological well being. Dr Gao is bilingual and speaks fluent Mandarin. Other than medicine, he has many other interests including bike riding and bush walking. He says the next challenge for him is to play violin sounds like a bird not a cat.

Dr Carl Loveridge General Practitioner

Dr Carl Loveridge is a General Practitioner with a special interest in Metabolic Medicine. He graduated with an MBBS from the University of Queensland in 2010 and has worked at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s hospital in the areas of General Medicine, Obstetric Medicine, General Surgery, Neonatology, Haematology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and Emergency Medicine. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has worked in General Practice in Goondiwindi, Gympie and Brisbane. He is currently near completion of a Master of Metabolic Medicine from the University of Sydney, which focuses on treatment and prevention of cardiovascular disease (heart attacks and stroke), diabetes, and obesity. He believes in a holistic, evidence-based, and patient-centred approach to medicine with the aim to empower people to maximise their physical, mental and spiritual health and well-being.

Dr Olga Simeonidis General Practitioner

Dr Olga Simeonidis MBBS FRACGP BScience completed her medical degree at the University of Melbourne in 2008 and undertook her residency years at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, focusing her training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, paediatrics, psychiatry, general medicine and general surgery. She later became a Fellow of the College of General Practitioners in 2014, and joined our practice in 2016. Dr Simeonidis has a passion for medicine and provides non-judgemental, personalised and very thorough health care to her patients. She believes in working with her patients to achieve the best possible health outcome for them. Dr Simeonidis is a Mater Hospital aligned GP for antenatal care and enjoys all aspects of general practice. Her special interests include women’s health, family medicine, mental health, paediatrics, weight loss management, and chronic disease management.

Dr Kris Fawcett Skin Cancer Medicine Practitioner

Dr Kris Fawcett graduated from University of Queensland and has now worked almost exclusively in skin cancer medicine for the last 18 years. Her post graduate training includes Diploma of Skin Cancer Medicine (A.C.C.O), Certificate of Advanced Dermoscopy and Digital Imaging (U.Q.), and Accreditation with the Skin Cancer College of Australasia.

Her scope of practice within Molescan encompasses complete dermoscopic skin examinations; digital dermoscopic imaging of lesions as required; biopsy, excision, electrosurgery, cryotherapy; non surgical management of skin lesions as appropriate; skin protection, repair and anti ageing advice.

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