Dr Stewart Jackson

MBBS (Newcastle), FRACGP

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

MBBS (UQ), B. Biomed Sc (Griffith), FRACGP

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

MBBS (NSW), B.Sc (Med), FRACGP

Dr Thomas Schofield graduated from the University of NSW. His special interests include preventative medicine and chronic disease management.

Dr Rebecca Elliott

MBBS (UQ), B. Applied Sc (Podiatry) QUT, FRACGP

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

MBBS (NSW), B. Sc. (Med), B. Sc. (Notre Dame), FRACGP

Dr Vaneeta Monteiro graduated medicine from the University of NSW. She has an interest in Indigenous health and women’s health.

Dr Jane Poggio

MBBS (UQ), FRACGP

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 Ebony Bray

MBBS (JCU)

Dr Ebony Bray graduated from James Cook University in 2017 and has returned to Ingham to start her General Practice training. She is interested in all aspects of family medicine but has a special interest in sports medicine.

Dr Patricia Murphy

MBBS (JCU) Honours

Dr Trish Murphy is an Arrente and Kujani woman who graduated from JCU in 2016 as the first JCU Aboriginal Medical Student to complete honours. She is interested in rural and remote medicine but has special interests in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Sexual Health and is a registered s100 prescriber for Hepatitis B and HIV.

Dr Emily Edwards

MBBS (JCU)

Emily graduated from JCU in 2019. She is interested in all aspects of rural medicine and is currently completing her Paediatrics Diploma.

Dr May Kyaing

MBBS (Myanmar)

May graduated medicine in Myanmar in 2016. She then worked in Yangon for 3 years. Upon migrating to Australia she worked at Ipswich Hospital for 2 years. She has an interest in chronic disease management.

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