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Dr Ashley White General Practitioner
- IUD insertion/removal
- Minor surgical procedures (inc. ingrown toenails)
- Chronic Disease Management (including Diabetes & Heart disease)
- Asthma and Chronic obstruction airway disease
Dr Tim Dark General Practitioner
MBBS MEd BEd Cert Skin Cancer Medicine FRACGP
Dr Tim Dark is a General Practitioner who graduated from the University of Queensland. He has lived on the Sunshine Coast and worked in medicine in the area and in the Hinterland since 2011. It is important to him that you understand the factors affecting your health and are able to make informed decisions about lifestyle, health and medicine. Dr Dark has an interest in skin cancer and its treatment together with the more common areas of general practice such as chronic disease, children’s health, men’s health, mental health and all the ailments that bring you to the clinic from time to time. He has two grown children and three grandchildren.
Dr Amelia Azzi General Practitioner
- Women’s health
- Children’s health
- Antenatal care
- Travel medicine
Dr Roy Bourke General Practitioner
- Men’s health
- Chronic disease management
Dr Joanne Butterfield General Practitioner
Dr Joanne Butterfield graduated from St Bartholomew’s & The Royal London Medical School in the UK. She has been practising in Australia since 2006 and on the Sunshine Coast since 2013. Dr Butterfield holds a fellowship of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and a Diploma of Child Health, and has a background in rural and Emergency Medicine before becoming a GP. Dr Butterfield is committed to helping you achieve health and well-being throughout all stages of life. Her special interests include diabetes care, chronic disease management, women’s health, family planning including IUD insertions, and skin cancer checks.
Dr Maud Cazot General Practitioner
Dr Maud Cazot graduated from Griffith University and relocated with her family to the Sunshine Coast in 2013. Her special interests include women’s health and antenatal care, paediatrics, chronic disease management, and minor surgery. Dr Cazot is fluent in English and French.
Dr Mark Wright General Practitioner
Dr Mark Wright FRACGP is a General Practitioner who has varied experience in general medicine, emergency medicine, and minor surgery. Dr Wright previously served over 30 years with the Australian Defence Force both domestically and internationally. His special interests include veteran’s health, children’s health, emergency medicine, minor surgery, and skin cancer medicine.
Dr Peter Dobson General Practitioner
Dr Peter Dobson was born in NSW and graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1984 with a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery. He has an interest in minor procedures, skin cancers, musculoskeletal medicine, chronic disease management, and is passionate about motivating patients to achieve their own goals. Dr Dobson is involved with the organisation of General Practice through the local primary health network and working to explore new models of care and the benefit technology can bring to general practice.
Dr Anton Thompson General Practitioner
MBBS BSc PhD FRACGP
Dr Anton Thompson draws on his PhD in Zoology (University of Western Australia) to bring an evidence-based, scientific approach to his practice of medicine. Anton is a medical graduate from the University of Queensland. Dr Anton has spent more than 10 years refining his skills in the broad area that is General Practice. He also has a particular interest in counselling and has done further studies in this area to provide counselling when appropriate to do so. Dr Anton is a married father of four children and enjoys family life as well as the practice of family medicine which he believes Noosaville Seven Day Medical Centre uniquely provides to this area.
Dr Martin Bailey General Practitioner
Dr Martin Bailey graduated from Sydney University in 1968, becoming a resident medical officer at Liverpool Hospital for 2 years, then practising as a GP in Liverpool for the next 42 years. He developed an interest in lifestyle medicine, and in chronic complex conditions. He was one of the founding directors of the Liverpool Division of General Practice, and is also a Director of Sydney Medical After Hours Service. Other interests include: bushwalking, sailing, trout fishing and grandchildren.
Dr Malika Loeckx General Practitioner
Dr Malika Loeckx graduated from medical school in Belgium in 2001. After completing her post graduate training in General Practice, she worked in the UK for two years before migrating to Australia. Dr Loeckx has been working as a GP in Gympie since 2006 and enjoys all aspects of general practice especially women’s health, children’s health, and chronic disease management. When not working, she enjoys spending time outside with her two boys and labrador retriever.
Dr John Lyon General Practitioner (Locum)
Dr John Lyon relocated to Noosaville in 2015 after more than 20 years as a GP partner in West Coast Scotland, with a portfolio that included senior NHS management, occupational health and work as a speciality doctor in dermatology. Dr Lyon now splits his time between Noosaville and service as a Reserve Medical Officer in the Royal Australian Navy. He is an accredited GP Supervisor, with interests beyond family medicine in minor surgery, women’s health (including IUD insertion), dermatology, and the Choosing Wisely campaign. Dr Lyon is qualified in both aviation medicine and dive medicals.
Dr LeRoux Uys Skin Cancer Practitioner
- Skin cancer detection
- Skin treatment and surgery
Dr Peter O'Hara Skin Cancer Practitioner
Dr Peter O’Hara graduated from Sydney University in 1981, and after years as a resident and registrar in various hospitals, worked as a General Practitioner for 12 yrs on the NSW Central Coast. He then pursued his interest in skin, and moved to the Sunshine Coast where he has been a full-time skin cancer practitioner for more than 20 years. Besides working locally, Dr O’Hara has also worked in Adelaide, Cairns, Townsville and Newcastle. During the past 20 years, Dr O’Hara has treated tens of thousands of melanomas and non-melanoma skin cancers, supervised the training of medical students and GPs in skin cancer diagnosis and treatment, and been involved in skin cancer research. Dr O’Hara loves his work, and he now brings his skills and experience to Molescan Noosaville.