Dr Levy studied medicine in the UK and completed his training in 1993 in London, where he worked for fifteen years before moving to Australia with his family. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice. Mike has special interests in Men’s Health, Cardiology, Children’s Health and Psychology and Mental health. He also runs travel vaccination and yellow fever clinics. Dr Levy is a procedural GP and performs minor surgical procedures including skin cancer removal, and vasectomies for men. Mike encourages his patients to take control of their health in a proactive and preventative way. He follows a holistic approach to well-being and offers a comprehensive Healthy Men and Healthy Women's Check to all patients. When not at work Mike might be found on his mountain bike, motorbike or behind a good book on a soft sofa.
Dr Alix Armstrong
Dr Alix Armstrong graduated from Griffith University in 2011 and completed her Internship and Residency at Cairns Base Hospital. In 2014 Alix returned home to Brisbane to commence working in General Practice. She obtained her Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2016. Alix has completed post graduate studies with a Diploma in Child Health through the University of Sydney. She is also trained in Implanon insertion and removal. Prior to medicine Alix completed a degree in Occupational Therapy and worked as an Occupational Therapist. Alix has broad general practice experience and enjoys all aspects of general practice. She feels privileged to care for her patients, and is comfortable caring for everyone from the newborn to the elderly. When not at the clinic Alix is happily busy raising her young family.
Dr Jodie Ross
Dr Jodie Ross was awarded her MBBS from The University of Queensland in 2009. Prior to completing medicine, Jodie worked as a pharmacist for several years. In her junior years as a doctor, Jodie worked at Ipswich Hospital. She enjoyed a wide variety of medical sub-specialties and delighted in forming strong therapeutic relationships with patients and their families. It was obvious that family medicine would thus be a good fit, and she embarked on her specialty training as a General Practitioner through AGPT. She was awarded her specialist GP fellowship in 2017. Jodie enjoys working with all patients in general practice, young and old. She loves supporting new Mums (and Dads!) as they navigate their new role as a parent. Jodie has substantial experience working with children and adolescents. She has an interest in women's health. Given her pharmacy background, she has an excellent understanding of medicines and their role in the management of disease. She is committed to helping patients coordinate their complex chronic disease management - believing that patients having a good understanding of their health problems results in better outcomes.
Dr Monica Steel
Dr Monica Steel graduated from University of Queensland in 2003 and attained her fellowship in General Practice in 2010. Monica also completed a Masters in Sports Medicine in 2016. She enjoys the variety and challenges of general practice but has a special interest in Paediatrics and Orthopaedics. Monica has been working for over 10 years at the Mater Public hospital in Paediatric Emergency, Paediatric Fracture Clinic and more recently Adult Orthopaedics. She continues to divide her time between her Public Hospital work and General Practice and finds the balance rewarding.
Dr. Andrew Hughes
Dr Andrew Hughes is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and an Advanced Diplomate of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine. He completed his medical degree in Queensland, and maintains an interest in all aspects of General Practice and Emergency Medicine. Prior to medical training, he completed undergraduate and postgraduate dental qualifications. He has worked as a military and hospital dentist in Australia and overseas.
Dr Zina Jawad
Dr Jawad obtained her MBChB through Baghdad University in 2003. She migrated to Australia in 2008 and worked in Ipswich Hospital and Bundaberg Hospital in various departments including Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetric and Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Mental Health. She started GP training in 2013 and gained her RACCGP fellowship 2016. She enjoys all aspects of general practice ; however she has a specialist interest in Women’s Health, Antenatal, Paediatrics, Chronic Disease Management and Preventative medicine. When not at work she enjoys rainforest walking and playing with her cat Lucy. Dr Zina speaks English and Arabic.
Dr Swee Teng
Dr Teng is registered with the Medical Board of Australia and has been in practice since 1997. She received her undergraduate degree and medical degree from the University of Queensland. Prior to working in Brisbane, she had 10 years experience serving in rural Queensland. Working in rural Australia, Dr Teng has seen a wide range of cases, from antenatal to palliative care. She specialises in medical acupuncture treatment. She is also very passionate in providing holistic approaches that include leading a healthy lifestyle and the principle of body, mind and soul. Dr Teng’s non-judgemental approach has been proven to be successful in the management of complex cases. Dr Teng is proficient in Travel medicine – vaccination and general travel advice including Yellow Fever Vaccinations. Dr Teng is keen to help you deal with unresolved, troublesome chronic issues, such as weight, lethargy and sleeping problems. She practices what she preaches. She is interested in exploring new scientific approaches – such as FODMAPS diet. Her hobbies include healthy cooking, maintaining a fitness regime that includes meditation, tai chi, walking and swimming. Besides English, Dr Teng is a fluent speaker of Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien and Bahasa.
Dr Helen Madden
Dr Helen Madden graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery from the University of New South Wales in 1977. She gained a Masters in Public Health from the George Washington University (Washington DC) in 1991. She has worked in both disciplines over many years. She was awarded her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practice in 1998. She has worked in Brisbane since 1997 with the exception of a six month period working for Médecins sans Frontières in Kenya in 2004. Helen's passion remains general practice. She enjoys all aspects of working with and caring for people in the community. She feels comfortable working with everyone from new born to the elderly. She believes that the best health outcomes are achieved with ongoing care in a community orientated general practice staffed by experienced doctors, nurses and support staff. Helen is happily married. She has two daughters, one of whom is also a GP. Her spare time is filled with family, friends, gardening, and exploring the red dirt, beaches, and spaces beyond.
Dr Naomi Fraser
Dr Fraser graduated from the University of Queensland in 1992 and recieved her RACGP fellowship in 1998. She is a member of AMA and FRACGP. Naomi has a wealth of experience and enjoys all aspects of General Practice. She has a special interest in Aged care and Palliative Care. She lives locally in Ashgrove with her husband and 4 children.