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 lives locally in Nundah with his wife and two young children.
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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 completed a Diploma in Paediatrics in 2016 and is a shared care doctor for Obstetric care.
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 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.
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.
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. John Dunlea graduated with an Honours Degree in Medicine from the National University of Ireland, Cork in 2007 and thereafter practiced primarily in Emergency Medicine in Ireland, New Zealand, Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory before completing his GP specialist training in Ireland between 2014 and 2018.
He returned to Queensland in 2019 with his Australian wife and kids and has enjoyed the insights gained and challenges presented by being a father, husband and family doctor.
He is increasingly of the opinion that adopting healthy, sustainable lifestyle habits is the surest route to good health and contentedness and that employing perspective and mindful living can help us achieve this.
His interests include: Mental health, Men's health, Child health, Minor procedures, Skin checks, Sexual health, Preventive healthcare.