Lecturer, Griffith University, QLD
Senior Teaching Fellow, Bond University, QLD
Diploma in Skin cancer Medicine, Skin Cancer College Australasia
Diploma in Dermatology, Australian Institute Of Dermatology
Diploma in Child health, Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide
Dr Abbas graduated from King Edward Medical College in 2006. AMC training was completed from Central & Northern Adelaide Health Network in 2010. He completed Basic Physician training RACP (Royal Australasian College of Physicians) in Adult Medicine in 2013. He has worked in various Metro & regional hospitals across Australia & got extensive experience in General medicine, Aged care & geriatrics, Palliative care, Cardiology, Respiratory & Sleep medicine, Emergency medicine & General Practice.
He is currently doing postgraduate studies in leadership & management and Public health from Griffith University.
Paediatrics, Preventive medicine, Chronic Disease Management (Diabetes, Asthma, COPD, Metabolic Disorders, Hypertension, Hepato-biliary disorders, Cardiovascular disease), Mental Health, Nutrition & Weight Reduction, Smoking Cessation, Chronic & Musculoskeletal pain & Aged care.
Cutaneous manifestations of systemic diseases in general population.
Cardio-Respiratory preventive medicine & public health.
Doctor Mario Glas brings decades of knowledge and experience as a doctor from across the globe. Doctor Mario graduated in 1991, before working in rural and remote areas of South Africa, Canada and Australia as an emergency room doctor and general practitioner. He specializes in skin cancer surgery and skin exams and holds a Professional Diploma of Skin Cancer Surgery and plans to obtain his Master of Medicine (Skin Cancer) in the near future. His other areas of expertise are pre-natal care, orthopedics and ECG interpretations. Doctor Mario is a member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and holds his Certification in the College of Family Physicians. When he is not in the office, Doctor Mario can be often be found golfing, farming and watching rugby.
Dr Dolly is currently training to achieve Royal Australian College of General Practitioner’s Fellowship.
Prior to taking up her GP training, she gained her medical, surgical, paediatric and Emergency medicine training at various Brisbane hospitals including Gold Coast University Hospital, Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital, Ipswich Hospital and The Prince Charles Hospital.
Dr Dolly then worked as a rural GP based at Berri (South Australia) and at more recently at Jimboomba.
Dr Dolly’s special interest lies in Paediatrics and she has completed a diploma in child health. She also has passion for women’s health and enjoy men’s health.
In her time off from work she enjoys family time, soft music, gardening and yoga.
AHPRA General Registration Member of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Dr Pedram has extensive experience in different fields of General Practice, Skin cancer Musculoskeletal /Chronic Diseases (Diabetes,Asthma,COPD,Metabolic Diseases),Mental Health, Chronic Pain management Weight Management and Smoking Cessation.
Dr Chungath Juni Jobson (Juni) completed his MBBS from India 1995 then went on to have a very diverse career. His first three years as a doctor spent working in the niche field of leprosy (Hansen’s Disease), he underwent WHO training in dermatology and ophthalmology related to Hansen’s Disease. Then he went on to do a Fellowship in Accident and Emergency Medicine and a Master’s in general surgery at the world-renowned Christian Medical College Hospital Vellore. While working here, he was awarded a visiting Scholarship to Stanford University Medical Centre in California USA and International College of Surgeon in Chicago USA . After returning from the USA, he worked as a General Surgeon in rural India for 4 years. He calls himself “a very general surgeon” due to the shear variety of things he had to do in rural India. He has travelled extensively. The family relocated to Australia in 2008.
He worked as a Registrar in Emergency Medicine/Psychiatry and Surgery at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Brisbane and then as a Senior Medical Officer in Emergency Department in various hospital in SE Queensland. Currently, he is a Dual trainee with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine and Australasian College of Emergency Medicine. He has worked for Life Flight (formerly Care flight) and Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) . Over the next few years, he plans to transition to full-time General Practice. His interests include minor procedures, emergencies, and skin cancer. Besides this, he is interested in Mental Health and whole-person care.
His other passion are teaching, bike riding and going for long walks in the Australian bush!
MS (General Surgery)
Diploma in Computer Sciences
Fellowship in Accident and Emergency Medicine
Registrar member of Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
Senior Medical Officer- Emergency Medicine Gladstone Hospital
Member: Skin Cancer College
Associate Lecturer University of Queensland School of Medicine
Additional Completed Courses
Level 1 Mental Health skills training
Courses in Progress
Certificate in Dermatoscopy
Fellowship in Emergency Medicine
Registrar Independent Pathway -ACRRM
Special interests include.
Skin cancer management
Minor Surgical procedures
Dr Justin Wong graduated from the University of Queensland in 2011. He gained extensive hospital experience at the Rockhampton Base and Gold Coast University hospitals prior to his journey into General Practice. He has completed the RACGP examinations and is on track to obtain fellowship (FRACGP). Justin is a native of Canada and speaks fluent English as well as Cantonese. Prior to medicine, he was an electrical and computer engineer and worked on the oilsands of Northern Canada and the Scottish deepwater Schiehallion oilfields.
Dr. David A. Lawlor BSc (hons); MB BCh BAO; LRCP & SI; PhD
BSc (hons) in Applied Chemistry, with First Class Honours
PhD in Physical Organic Chemistry
MB BCh BAO LRCP & SI from Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, with honours
Registrar member of Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
Additional Completed Courses
Professional Certificate of General Dermatology from HealthCert Education
Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine from Skin Cancer College of Australasia
Level 1 Mental Health skills training with Royal Australian College of General practitioners RACGP
Specialized general practice anesthetist via Joint Consultative Committee on Anaesthesia (JCCA)
Courses in Progress
Sydney Child Health Program (current enrolment)
Dr. Lawlor entered medical school having completed a PhD in physical organic chemistry in University College Dublin. He graduated, with honours, from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland graduate entry medical school in 2012. Following graduation, he completed terms in general surgery, vascular surgery, general medicine, and geriatric medicine. He then spent several years in Ireland working in the areas of intensive care medicine, anaesthesia, cardiothoracic anaesthesia and cardiothoracic intensive care. He then moved to Sydney Adventist Hospital intensive care unit where he worked in intensive care medicine for 18 months before moving to Gold Coast and completing a further 18 months of anaesthesia work.
He has experience in public and private healthcare systems both in Australia and Ireland. Currently he is pursuing fellowships with both the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine and the Skin Cancer College of Australasia. In addition, he is a qualified general practice anaesthesia practitioner with the joint Consultative Committee on Anaesthesia (JCCA).
Special interests include
Primary care dermatology & skin cancer management
Chronic Disease Management
Dr Timur Navruzov joined the practice in 2021. He graduated from Cardiff University in 2012 and worked in hospitals across the UK and Australia. He has an interest in minor procedures, orthopaedics and preventative care and sees patients of all ages. He is a low carb friendly doctor. Outside of work, he enjoys cycling and learning new languages
Dr Corina Preda graduated from the University of Queensland in 2009 with a double degree in Commerce and Science. She subsequently attended the University of Queensland Medical School and graduated in 2013. In her first few years of work, she undertook rotations in General Medicine, Stroke Medicine, Renal Medicine, General Surgery, Urology, Orthopaedics and Emergency Medicine at a variety of South East Queensland Hospitals. She pursued her love for General Surgery with two years of General Surgical and Urological unaccredited training before making a career change to Emergency Medicine. In 2019 she commenced training with the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine. During her working travels, she fell in love with Rural and Remote Medicine, and she commenced dual training with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine in 2022.
She has worked in 15 different hospitals across three states in Australia. She has participated in a wide variety of education courses, research projects and volunteering programs in Australia as well as in the USA, Papua New Guinea and Tanzania.
She describes her interests as very broad and loves learning about all aspects of medicine.
ACEM 2019 onward
ACRRM 2022 onward
Courses and Exams
General Surgical Science Exam
Emergency Management of Severe Trauma Course
Emergency Medicine Primary Exams
Paediatric Life Support Course
Advanced Life Support 2 Course
Mental Health Skills Training Course
Dr Maria graduated from Rawalpindi Medical University in Pakistan. Currently, she is training to achieve Royal Australian College of General Practitioner's fellowship. Prior to start GP training she has worked at Rockhampton hospital and Queen Elizabeth II Hospital in various medical and surgical departments.
Dr Maria’s special interest lies in:
Palliative care medicine
Out of medicine, Dr Maria enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She also love travelling and photography.
Kate Dean lives locally with her family, and as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist provides a professional, supportive and caring environment for patients with a patient care plan (EPC), Workcover, Dept. Veterans Affairs, NDIS or private appointments which can be covered by private health.
Kate has been in the health and fitness industry for over 30 years. Her interests are broad and have grown to include people living with serious health conditions and injury such as back pain and neck pain, and in particular people with multiple comorbidities such as: Arthritis, Asthma, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Kidney Disease, CVD, Diabetes, Dystonia, Chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS), COPD such as Asthma and Emphysema, Epilepsy, Fibromyalgia, Dyslipidemia’s such as Hypercholesterolemia, Hypertension, Lifestyle change to increase health and wellness, Rehabilitation, Joint pain/injury, Pre and Post-Pregnancy, Post-Physiotherapy, Stroke rehabilitation, Sports specific training for improving performance, Sports Injury Recovery and Prevention, Type 2 Diabetes, Weight management, Work Injury and Rehabilitation.
At an appointment with Kate you will receive specialist care, developing an appropriate plan with education specific to your condition/s that will be tailored to suit your individual needs. Kate also operates Hydrotherapy sessions twice weekly and regular group sessions for those with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus that are Medicare funded
Laura Gardner is a clinical psychologist registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency APRHA and a Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) College of Clinical Psychologists. Laura has a Master of Clinical Psychology (graduated in 2006) as well as a Graduate Diploma in Child Psychotherapy. Laura has worked in community health settings and has been in private practice since 2008. Special interests include working with children, as well as anxiety and trauma recovery for adults.
Laura Gardner is Beaudesert Family Practice’s visiting psychologist. Laura can assist with a wide range of issues including: Depression and Anxiety, Phobias, Grief and Loss, Substance Abuse, Physical, Mental and Sexual Abuse Recovery, Trauma, Parenting Issues, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties in Young People, General Mental Health.
Laura’s treatment approach includes: Cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness training, interpersonal therapy as well as assertiveness skill training, relaxation, stress and anger management, and communication skills.