Dr Conor Calder-Potts is an experienced Australian trained GP. He is the clinic founder and has a broad range of experience in all areas of general practice. He has a warm and friendly manner and genuinely wants to help people lead happier and healthier lives.
Conor has been working as a General Practitioner in Brisbane since 2010. He has an interest in men's health, mental health and children's health.
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Dr Emma Bourke has been a GP in Brisbane for over 10 years. She has experience in all aspects of general practice with a special interest in preventative health, antenatal care, paediatrics and women’s health including cervical screening and implanon insertion and removal.
Dr Emma has completed a Diploma in Paediatrics in 2016 and is a shared care doctor for Obstetric care.
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Dr Currey grew up in the Gold Coast hinterland before moving to Brisbane to study medicine at the University of Queensland. His special interests include paediatrics, antenatal care, cardiology, musculoskeletal medicine and sexual/LGBTI health. He is also available for Iron Infusions.
Adam has been working as a General Practitioner in Brisbane since 2013. He is a dog lover and has a very spoilt Golden Retriever named Max.
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Dr Joanne Martin comes to Shaw Road Medical Centre with over 30 years clinical experience. She graduated with honours from the University of Queensland in 1988 and obtained her fellowship with the RACGP in 1993, and has wide experience in all aspects of general practice. She worked for 3 years as a Paediatric Registrar and continues to especially enjoy looking after the health and well being of babies and children. She also has a special interest in mental health and women’s health (including antenatal care).
She worked for 3 years as a Paediatric Registrar and continues to especially enjoy looking after the health and well being of babies and children. She also has a special interest in mental health and women’s health (including antenatal care). Dr Martin has been working in remote indigenous communities in Queensland and the Northern Territory for more than 10 years and continues this important work for some weeks each year.
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Dr Nathan Ruge's philosophy in General Practice is seated in making sure every patient feels listened to and empowered. He knows your health journey continues long after you have left the consultation room. He empowers patients who require care for diabetes, respiratory, renal, hormone, and heart health issues. He is passionate about helping patients tackle issues with mental health, sexual health, and helping travellers prepare for the rigours of any journey. His special interests include; Chronic disease management, Men's health, Children's health and supporting new parents, Sexual & LGBTI health, Travel medicine and Mental health.
Dr Kerri Mackenroth will be joining us for the months of May and June.
Dr Kerri completed her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science at the University of Queensland before commencing her medical degree, through Griffith University, in which she graduated in 2012 with honours. Since this time she has worked in numerous hospitals in Brisbane and Perth where she has completed a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and a certificate in Emergency Medicine. Recently she has completed an advanced clinical course in HIV whilst in South Africa.
Kerri is passionate about all aspects of General Practice, but with a young family of her own she particularly enjoys child's health, women's health (including antenatal care), as well as sexual health and preventative health.
Dr John de Laat is a Brisbane born, raised and trained GP. He believes that the best care results from patients and doctors working together. He has an interest in paediatrics, mental health and dermatology.
Nicole is a Registered Psychologist with over 10 years experience working with children, adults and families in non-government organisations and private practice.
Nicole is committed to providing person-centred psychological care and she works with each client to identify meaningful goals that will lead to desired growth and change. She integrates a range of evidence-based therapeutic techniques into her approach to ensure that each client is provided with personalised support to meet their specific needs. She describes her approach as strengths-focussed, collaborative, empathic and empowering.
Nicole works with young people (aged 12 and over) and adults experiencing the following:
Grief and loss.