Dr Stewart Jackson graduated from The University of Newcastle in 1988. He has been at Hinchinbrook Health Care since 1996. Dr Jackson has a special interest in rural medicine and is also a GP trainee supervisor.
Dr Brad Elliott graduated from the University of Qld in 2002. He moved to the Ingham district in 2007. He is interested in all aspects of family medicine as well as managing the Point of Care Pathology Service.
Dr Thomas Schofield graduated from the University of NSW. His special interests include preventative medicine and chronic disease management.
Dr Rebecca Elliott graduated from the University of Qld in 2002 and returned to the district in 2007 with her family. She is interested in all aspects of rural general practice especially preventative health and nutrition.
Dr Vaneeta Monteiro graduated medicine from the University of NSW. She has an interest in Indigenous health and women’s health.
Dr Jane Poggio has recommenced practice at Hinchinbrook Health Care part-time. She has a special interest in women’s and children’s health.
Dr Hannah Bennett completed medical school at James Cook University and has since been working in and around North Queensland as a rural generalist. Hannah has completed a Masters on Public Health and Tropical Medicine as well as advanced skills training in Anaesthetics. She enjoys the variety of rural general practice that Ingham has to offer, both in the community and hospital setting.
Dr Lisa Fraser graduated from the University of Queensland in 2006. She has worked in rural SE Qld, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, and has completed further training in sexual health (SHFPA Cert). Lisa is enjoying a year-long sea change in Ingham with her young family.
Dr John Alcorn completed Medical & Physiotherapy education at James Cook University and has since been working around Bundaberg as part of his training to become a rural generalist. He enjoys the variety that Ingham has to offer. John’s special interests include: general surgery, skin cancer and musculoskeletal conditions.
Dr Gabriella graduated from James Cook University in 2013. Gabriella has a special interest in women’s health including pregnancy care, contraception and preventative medicine.
Dr Fiona McKinnon graduated from medical school at Bond University in 2013. Since then she has worked in and around Queensland, training to become a Rural Generalist GP Obstetrician. Fiona has completed advanced skills training in women’s health and obstetrics. She is interested is all aspects of rural General Practice especially women’s health, pregnancy and children. Fiona is also one of the obstetric doctors at Ingham Hospital.
Dr Wint graduated from the University of Medicine I, Myanmar in 2005. She has been working both overseas and in Australia in Tasmania and South Australia. Wint has a special interest in Child Health, completing a Diploma in Child Health from the University of Sydney. She has moved to Ingham recently with her growing family, joining Hinchinbrook Health Care in her training pathway for FRACGP. Wint is planning on extending her knowledge in women’s health and skin conditions.