We are a group of doctors’ surgeries at Cascade Road and Mountain Retreat in South Hobart, Kingston, Sandy Bay and New Town, who provide high quality health care and an extensive range of medical and specialised services in a comfortable, personal and professional environment.

To find out more about the doctors at each of our clinics please phone us to discuss your medical and health needs so we can make you an appointment with the right doctor or allied health professional.

Dr Abby Rundle

BMedSc, MBBS (Hons), DCH, FRACGP

Dr Rundle works with General Practice Training Tasmania as a Medical Educator and outside of medicine she is a fitness instructor. Dr Rundle is interested in all areas of General Practice, and has a keen interest in children's health, women's health and sporting injuries and weight loss/fitness.

Dr Rundle works on Wednesdays and Fridays from our Cascade Road surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Amanda Lo

MBBS (Hons), BMed Sci, FRACGP, DCH, Chief Medical Officer

Amanda is from Hobart and completed medical school at the University of Tasmania. After spending several years training in hospitals in Victoria and Queensland, Amanda returned to Tasmania to work at General Practice Plus. She has worked in Medical Education and enjoys supporting students and Doctors in training. She enjoys managing a broad range of General Practice presentations in people of all ages. In her spare time she enjoys travelling and spending time with her family.

Dr Lo works on Wednesdays at our Cascade Road surgery, South Hobart. Thursdays and Fridays at our Stoke Street surgery, New Town.

Dr Andrew Stone

MBBS

Dr Stone is an experienced GP who graduated from the University of Tasmania. After working interstate and overseas Dr Stone returned to Tasmania, working in Glenorchy, North Hobart and now New Town. He enjoys the diversity of General Practice and the continuity of care for families.

Dr Stone works Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at our Stoke Street surgery, Newtown.

Dr Anna Maynard

MBBS, EMC

Dr Anna Maynard graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2013 and has since worked in the Alice Springs Hospital and the Royal Hobart Hospital. Anna’s focus over recent years has been in the Emergency Department and she is enjoying her transition to General Practice. Anna has a particular interest in child and maternal health but enjoys all areas of medicine. Anna is a musician, keen gardener and a mother of two.

Dr Anna Maynard works on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays from our Mountain Retreat surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Anna McCulloch

MBBS (Hons), BMedSc, FRACGP

Dr Anna McCulloch studied at The University of Tasmania. She later moved to Melbourne for further experience. She joined General Practice Plus in 2011 when she moved back to Tasmania. Dr McCulloch is interested in all areas of general practice. She lives locally with her husband and three children.

Dr McCulloch works on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from our Cascade Road, South Hobart surgery.

Dr Anna Ritchie

MBBS (Hons), DCH, Certificate of Women's Health, FRACGP

Dr Ritchie’s special interests include womens health, family planning, antenatal care, child health. Her hobbies are knitting, skiing, music (violin, banjo), but now mostly just her two children!

Dr Ritchie works on Wednesdays and Fridays from our Kingston plaza surgery.

Dr Bridget Dickenson

MBBS

Bridget studied at the University of Tasmania. She is interested in all aspects of general practice. Outside of work, she enjoys bush walking, Pilates, football, and cooking and spending time with family and friends.

Dr Bridget Dickenson works on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at our Stoke Street surgery, New Town.

Dr Celia Tildesley

MBBS, DCH, FRACGP

Dr Celia Tildesley graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2006. She then made the move to Adelaide in 2007, returning to Tasmania in 2014 where she joined General Practice Plus. She has an interest in child health, womens' health, and preventative healthcare.

Dr Tildesley works on Mondays and Tuesdays from our Cascade Road surgery, South Hobart, and Wednesday and Friday from our Kingston plaza surgery.

Dr Christine du Bois

MBChB

Please note - Dr Christine du Bois has just returned from maternity leave

Christine completed her Bachelor of Medicine (MBChB) in 2004, at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. She also has a Certificate in Emergency Medicine ( ACNEM). In 2007 she and her husband moved to Launceston. She also spent time on the mainland working in Bunbury, Barrow Island and Adelaide. In 2016, she and her family moved back to Tassie. Christine enjoys all aspects of general practice, especially general medicine, women’s health and men’s health. She is a mum of two and enjoys the outdoors, gardening and cooking.

Dr Cornelius O’Neill

MBBS, DCH, DRCOG, FRACGP

**Dr O'Neill is currently on leave**

Dr Cornelius O’Neill joined General Practice Plus in 2002, after migrating to Australia. Dr O’Neill’s interests include Travel Medicine, Paediatrics, Diabetes and Mens’ Health. He is the GP Supervisor for the training of medical students and GP registrars at the practices. His other interests include scuba diving, rugby and soccer.

Dr O'Neill works Thursdays from our Mountain Retreat surgery, South Hobart. Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays at our Kingston Plaza surgery.

Dr Dimitrios Klonaris

MBBS B.Med Sc

Dr Klonaris has been a doctor for 30 years, starting in 1986. He began his medical career up north at Wynyard and Ulverstone before coming to work the south of the state. His interests are skin cancer, surgery, mental health and migrant health. His nationality is Greek and he speaks the language fluently.

Dr Klonaris works Tuesdays and Thursdays from our Stoke Street surgery, New Town.

Dr Elizabeth Elliott

MBBS, FRACGP, Dip DHM, Adv DipDHM, JCCA

**Dr Elliott is returning from maternity leave in July 2020 and available for appointments on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at Cascade Road**
Dr Elliott moved to Tasmania in 2006 after completing her medical studies in Northern Queensland. She finished her post-graduate training in Hobart and continues to love living in such a beautiful place, close to bush, mountain and ocean. She is invested in real food nutrition and assisting people in improving their health through lifestyle changes. Her work as an Expedition Medical Officer has taken her to such places as Antarctica, Macquarie Island, Greenland and the Solomon Islands. She also works at the Royal Hobart Hospital in a consultant role. Her special interests include: * Expedition medicine * Hyperbaric and Diving medicine * GP Anaesthetics *LCHF/keto nutrition

Dr Elizabeth Lord

MBBS, BMedSci, FRACGP

Originally from northern Tasmania, Dr Elizabeth Lord studied at the University of Melbourne and then worked in Geelong and Darwin.

Dr Lord completed her GP training in Launceston and was most recently working in Wodonga in north-east Victoria prior to returning to Tasmania. She enjoys all aspects of general practice with a special interest in women's health including contraception and menopause management.

Dr Lord works Tuesdays from our Gregory Street surgery, Sandy Bay. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at our Stoke Street surgery, Newtown.

Dr Erica Jones

MBBS M.Medsci (Hons) FRACGP

Erica is a graduate of the University of Tasmania’s Medical School. She served for a number of years as a Medical Officer in the RAAF, where she developed interests in sports, travel, aviation and diving medicine. On leaving the RAAF, Erica worked in general practice in Townsville and surrounding areas in QLD while attaining her fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Erica has practicing in Hobart since 2005 and enjoys all aspects of general practice.

Dr Jones works Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from our Stoke Street, New Town surgery.

Dr Fiona Scott

MBBS ( Honours), DCH ( Westmead), FRACGP, Advanced Cert Skin Cancer Medicine/Surgery, FPS provider

Dr Fiona Scott completed her medical degree at Sydney University and has lived and worked in Tasmania for many years. She has received her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Fiona enjoys spending time with her family and seeing our beautiful State. Dr Scott enjoys the wide range of medical care she can provide to all people of all ages throughout life with a focus on preventative health and is passionate about treating the whole person and family.

Her areas of special interest are Paediatrics and Skin Cancer.

Dr Fiona Scott works Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from our Gregory Street surgery, Sandy Bay.

Dr Geoff Chapman

MBBS

Dr Chapman has had a varied career, studying architecture before switching to medicine and then spending some time in specialist medical training and as the Deputy Superintendent of the Royal Hobart Hospital, before moving into general practice in 1989. He has a special interest in skin cancer and will be increasing his commitment to this now that the Gregory Street practice has been established.

Dr Chapman works Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from our Mountain Retreat surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Helen Condie

MBBS, Grad Dip Arts (Counselling), FRACGP

Dr Helen Condie grew up in Brisbane and trained at the University of Queensland, graduating in 1987. She worked in General Practice in Melbourne for 25 years and moved further south to Tasmania in 2016. Dr Condie has a particular interest in women and children's health and preventive medicine. She also holds a Graduate Diploma in Counselling. Outside work she enjoys tennis, reading, movies, travel and exploring the natural beauty of Tasmania.

Dr Condie works Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from our Cascade Road surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Ian Hoyle

MBBS, DA (UK), Dip.Imc, Dip.P.DERM (Wales), FACRRM

Dr Ian Hoyle has over 29 years of medical experience and over the last ten years has concentrated on the Dermatology and Aesthetic fields and has accumulated a wealth of experience and skills in these areas. With a Medical Degree from London University in 1986, he has postgraduate qualifications in Dermatology, Anaesthetics, Immediate Medical Care, Skin Cancer Medicine, General Practice and Rural Medicine.

Dr Hoyle works occasionally from our Gregory Street surgery, Sandy Bay.

Dr Jack Charlton

MBBS, FRACGP, DCH

Dr Charlton's interests include skin cancer and procedures and paediatrics.

Dr Charlton works Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at our Stoke Street surgery, New Town.

Dr Jessica Shady

BMedSc, MBBS (Hons), FRACGP

Dr Shady has a keen interest in Womens’ Health and Paediatric/Adolescent Health. She enjoys travel and good food.

Dr Shady works Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from our Kingston Plaza surgery.

Dr Jessica Strugnell

MBBS, FRACGP

Please call the clinic to make a booking 6270 8444

Dr Strugnell works on Tuesdays (fortnightly) at our Gregory Street surgery, Sandy Bay.

Dr John Kruimink

MBBS (Hons), FRACGP

Dr Kruimink worked as a GP in Melbourne for 5 years before returning home in 2010 with his wife and 2 children. Dr Kruimink has a keen interest in all aspects of General Practice. He is interested in all sports, building and housing renovations. Dr Kruimink is a partner of General Practice Plus.

Dr Kruimink works Mondays and Fridays at our Cascade Road surgery, and Tuesdays at our Mountain Retreat surgery, South Hobart. Wednesdays and Thursdays at our Kingston Plaza surgery.

Dr Karen Brook

MBBS FRACGP

Dr Brook has been a doctor for 21 years, and has been in general practice since 2000. She is interested in paediatrics, women’s health and general health.

Dr Brook works Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at our Stoke Street surgery, New Town.

Dr Karen Magraith

MBBS FRACGP

**From July 2020, Dr Magraith will be consulting from our Stoke St practice on Tuesdays and Cascade Road practice on Wednesdays & Thursdays of each week**

Dr Karen Magraith offers menopause related appointments at our Cascade Road location. These appointments are 30mins duration for follow up appointments and 45mins for new appointments.

Dr Karen Magraith BMBS FRACGP studied in Adelaide and worked in Darwin and Adelaide before moving to Hobart in 2007. She has a longstanding interest in women’s health, especially menopause, and works together with women to manage their health and well-being. Karen is a Board member and President-elect of the Australasian Menopause Society.

Karen enjoys all aspects of general practice, and her other interests include medical education. Outside of work Karen enjoys gardening, music and outdoor activities.

Areas of interest:

• Women’s health, particularly menopause
• Preventative health care
• Child health

Dr Katharine Salmon

BMedSc, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Salmon worked in the United Kingdom and Sydney before returning to Tasmania in 2002. Her medical interests are Geriatrics, Palliative Care, Womens' Health and Diabetes. Her main interests outside of work are art, literature, travel and food.

Dr Salmon works Tuesdays and Thursdays at our Cascade Road surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Kristen Fitzgerald

MBBS (Hons). DRANZCOG, MPHTM, FRACGP

Dr Kristen FitzGerald provides a full range of General Practice services with a particular interest in international and travel medicine, paediatric and adolescent health and doctors health. She also works as a Medical Educator at the University of Tasmania School of Medicine and has 3 adult children.

Dr Fitzgerald works Thursdays and Fridays from our Mountain Retreat surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Luke Hamilton

MBBS

After previous careers in Market Research in Sydney and Canberra, teaching English in the former Soviet Union and as a Bookseller in London, Luke came to Tasmania to study medicine (graduating in 2011).
He has an interest in all areas of General Practice especially mental health.
Outside of work he enjoys bush walking, reading, playing guitar and is starting to learn to garden.

Dr Hamilton works Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at our Gregory Street surgery, Sandy Bay.

Dr Luz Montes

BMedSc, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Montes was born in Chile and speaks Spanish. She has been in Australia since 1974. Dr Montes has worked in the United Kingdom and Australia. Her interests outside of General Practice include music, travel, gardening and walking.

Dr Montes works Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from our Mountain Retreat practice, South Hobart.

Dr Moira Conley

BMedSci, MBBS, FRACGO, FRACGP

Dr Moira Conley completed post graduate studies in NSW and the UK. Dr Conley’s interest include Obstetrics, Antenatal care, Women’s Health & Paediatrics. Dr Conley enjoys a quiet life of gardening and eating dark chocolate.

Dr Conley works Mondays and Wednesdays at our Cascade Road surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Monica Hargrave

MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Hargrave's areas of interest are Women's health and diabetes. In her spare time, Dr Hargrave enjoys gardening.

Dr Hargrave works Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at our Kingston Plaza surgery.

Dr Nina McCorquodale

MFM

**Dr McCorqoudale is on indefinite leave from our Gregory St Sandy Bay practice**

Dr Nina is a specialist General Practitioner, with over 30 years experience and enjoys all aspects of general practice. She is passionate about general practice, and enjoys passing her passion on through teaching and working as an examiner for The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr McCorquodale works Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from our Gregory Street surgery, Sandy Bay.

Dr Nina Rosewell

BMedSc, MBBS, DCH, FRACGP

Dr Nina Rosewell worked at the Royal Hobart Hospital as a junior doctor then completed General Practice training in Tasmania. She then moved to the United Kingdom and worked in hospitals for 2 years including placements in Palliative Care, Medicine, Emergency and Paediatrics after which she completed a Diploma of Child Health. She also completed her GP training in the United Kingdom before moving back to Australia in 2004. She likes all areas of General practice and has worked in Hobart, Kingston, Sorell, Claremont and Sandy Bay. Dr Rosewell has also worked as a medical educator for GP's in training and is an examiner for the RACGP exams.

Dr Rosewell works Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at our Cascade Road surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Rachael Foster

MBBS FRACGP

Dr Rachael Foster graduated from UTAS in 2010. Dr Foster worked as a junior doctor at the RHH and has completed her GP training at various practices across Hobart. She obtained her FRACGP in 2015. Dr Foster enjoys all areas of general practice. Outside of the office she is kept busy with 3 young children.

Dr Rachael Foster works Wednesdays and Fridays from our Cascade Road surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Rebecca Daniels

MBBS FRACGP

Dr Rebecca Daniels grew up in Hobart and graduated from the University of Tasmania. She has obtained her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. After working overseas and interstate for a number of years she returned to general practice in Hobart in 2006.

Dr Daniels has an interest in all areas of general practice, in particular paediatrics, women's health and refugee health. She is also involved in general practice education and assessment.

Dr Rebecca Daniels works Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from our Stoke Street surgery, New Town.

Dr Richard Bryant

BMedSc, MBBS, Bpharm. MMED, FRACGP

Dr Richard Bryant is a General Practitioner with a keen interest in General Medicine, Travel medicine, and Musculoskeletal Medicine. Dr Bryant has completed a Masters of Medicine in Skin Cancer Medicine. Dr Bryant enjoys scuba diving and watching Rugby.

Dr Bryant works Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at our Cascade Road surgery, and Tuesdays and Thursdays at our Mountain Retreat surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Richard Ralph

BMedSc, MBBS, MMED, FRACGP

Dr Richard Ralph was born in Papua New Guinea and raised in the Northern Territory. He trained at University of Tasmania Medical School graduating in 1994. Dr Ralph served in the RAAF for a number of years and then returned to Tasmania and has been working in General Practice since 2001. Dr Ralph has a Masters of Medicine in Skin Cancer through the University of Queensland and has a special interest in Skin Cancer working out of our Gregory Street practice. His interests include endurance running, cycling and triathlon as well as football (soccer).

Dr Ralph works Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at our Mountain Retreat surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Roger Mulcahy

BMedSc, MBBS (Hons), FRACGP

Dr Roger has an interest in all aspects of general practice and all age groups. Dr Mulcahy is married with three children, and enjoys family time and outdoor activities - especially bushwalking, boating and diving.

Dr Mulchay works Mondays and Fridays at our Cascade Road surgery, and Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at our Mountain Retreat surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Ron Sutherland

MB, chB, BMedBiol, DObst, RCOG

Dr Ron Sutherland is a long-established Sandy Bay GP and joined General Practice Plus in October 2017. An experienced general practitioner, Dr Sutherland has a particular interest in acupuncture, preventative medicine and the management of chronic pain. He is excited by the potential for neuroplasticity to change adverse patterns in pain and other conditions. Dr Sutherland graduated from Aberdeen University Scotland, spent a year studying cell death in rats, and had postgraduate training in Inverness, London and Wollongong before moving to Tasmania. When he has free time he enjoys photography and gardening.

Dr Sutherland works Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at our Gregory Street surgery, Sandy Bay.

Dr Rowan McSwan

BMedSci, MBBS (Hons), FRACGP

**Dr Rowan McSwan will be taking an indefinite break from GP consulting from our Cascade Road practice from the end of June 2020**

Dr Rowan McSwan is interested in all aspects of General Practice but especially Allergic diseases . Dr McSwan enjoys travel and has a keen interest in photography.

Dr McSwan works Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at our Cascade Road surgery, South Hobart.

Dr Sarah Lockley

MBBS (Hons), BMedSc, FRACGP

Dr Lockley relocated to Tasmania from Sydney in 2015. She grew up in country NSW and has worked in Qld, NT and NSW, including service in the Royal Australian Navy. She has a passion for general medicine, with special interests in diving and hyperbaric, military (including aviation), DVA and travel medicine. Dr Lockley performs recreational and occupational diving medicals, and general occupational medicals and is a current member of the Board of the Australian Diver Accreditation Scheme and also the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society Executive Committee. Her other pleasures include gardening, running, diving, art and her recent challenge is learning classical piano.

Dr Lockley works Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays at our Gregory Street surgery, Sandy Bay. Fridays at our Stoke Street surgery, New Town.

Dr Shaun Ewe

MMBBS, MMed, BMedSci(Hons)

Dr Shaun Ewe has a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS), Bachelor or Medical Sciences with Honours (BMedSci) qualifications from the University of Tasmania and a Masters of Medicine in Opthalmology from the University of Sydney.

Dr Ewe has spent seven years working in public hospitals across Tasmania, New South Wales and Victoria prior to returning to Tasmania to work as a GP. He has gained well rounded hospital clinical experience including in General Medicine, Surgery, Opthalmology, Emergency Medicine, Paediatric and Geriatric Health. Dr Ewe enjoys all aspects of General Practice and provides a full range of health care to individuals of all ages.

He loves a good coffee and enjoys bushwalking and riding his electric skateboard during good weather.

Dr Shaun Ewe works Mondays and Tuesdays from our Kingston Plaza surgery. Wednesdays and Fridays at our Gregory Street surgery, Sandy Bay.

Dr Sonista Jasal

MBBS FRACGP

Dr Jasal enjoys general practice, but her special interests are paediatric and women’s health.

Dr Jasal works Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at our Stoke Street surgery, New Town.

Dr Tristan Johnson

MBBS (hons), BMedSci, MMED (skin cancer), FRACGP

Dr Tristan Johnson is a University of Tasmania graduate who has worked in acute medicine before proceeding with a RACGP fellowship in general practice with a special interest in skin cancer medicine. He has continued to develop skills and experience in skin cancer diagnosis and management through ongoing professional development including working in skin clinics and alongside Mr Simon Thomson. He has completed his certificate in advanced dermatoscopy and histopathology and has recently completed a masters of medicine in skin cancer.

Dr Johnson works Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from our Gregory Street surgery, Sandy Bay.

Dr Tristan Yolland

MBBS, BSc, MSpMed, DCH, FRACGP

Originally from the Blue Mountains in NSW, Dr Yolland graduated from the University of Sydney then spent 8 years working in hospitals and in General Practice in Newcastle. He has an interest in general medicine, musculoskeletal/sports medicine, men’s health and is currently completing his Master of Medicine (Skin Cancer). In his spare time he enjoys triathlons, mountain biking and spending time with his young family.

Dr Tristan Yolland works Mondays through Thursdays from our Gregory Street practice, with Thursday mornings of each week spent at Cascade Road South Hobart.

Alison Oakes

Clinical Manager, Registered Nurse

Andrea Fergusson

Registered Nurse

Anna Cusick

Nurse

Christopher Ridgers

Registered Nurse

Claire Hutchison

Nurse

Claire Jones

Registered Nurse

Erica Coull

Nurse

Fiona Cook

Enrolled Nurse

Gaye Oates

Nurse

Ingrid Hartog

Clinical Coordinator, Registered Nurse

Jade Daly

Nurse

Jeanette Boulter

Registered Nurse

Kyung-Jin de Hoog

Nurse

Leigh Castles

Nurse

Nadele Clark

Nurse

Sally Austin

Registered Nurse

Sarah Yarsley

Registered Nurse

Sharon Benson

Enrolled Nurse

Suphap Ryan

Registered Nurse

Tamara Bower

Nurse

Our reception team

Alison Oakes

Clinical Manager, Registered Nurse

Dr Amanda Lo

MBBS (Hons), BMed Sci, FRACGP, DCH, Chief Medical Officer

Amanda is from Hobart and completed medical school at the University of Tasmania. After spending several years training in hospitals in Victoria and Queensland, Amanda returned to Tasmania to work at General Practice Plus. She has worked in Medical Education and enjoys supporting students and Doctors in training. She enjoys managing a broad range of General Practice presentations in people of all ages. In her spare time she enjoys travelling and spending time with her family.

Dr Lo works on Wednesdays at our Cascade Road surgery, South Hobart. Thursdays and Fridays at our Stoke Street surgery, New Town.

Ingrid Hartog

Clinical Coordinator, Registered Nurse

Kate O’Shannessey

Chief Executive Officer

Lyndon Beard

Operations Manager

Mary-Anne Micovic

Finance Manager

Melanie Clow

Finance Officer