Looking for a doctor that has a special interest?
Dr. Victoria Featherstone is a G.P. who is interested in LGBTIQA+ health.
She is experienced in the care of transgender and gender-questioning children and adults If you are seeking a G.P. to discuss gender issues, she will assure a non-judgmental approach and help you to access information that may be of help.
Dr. Featherstone has completed a National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health through the Family Planning Association of Australia.
Childrens Health/Antenatal Care
While all our G.P.'s love seeing children, there are a few special G.P.'s that have gone the extra mile and completed a Diploma of Child Health (DCH).
Dr. Victoria Featherstone and Dr. Nicola Shankey completed their Diploma in 2015 and 2016, which keeps them up to date with best practice on how to treat children and young adults.
Dr. Wendy Burton is also heavily involved with the Mater Mothers on G.P. engagement and education and is involved with the G.P. shared care alignment program which is now adopted by MMH, RBWH, Redland, Logan, Redcliffe/Caboolture, Ipswich and Nambour Hospitals. Dr. Wendy Burton is a member of the state-wide Maternity and Neonatal Clinic Network Steering committee and chair of the RACGP’s Antenatal and Postnatal National Faculty of Special Interest. You can visit her website for further maternity information: www.maternity-matters.com.au
Dr. Karen Ramsay completed her Master of Medicine (Skin Cancer) degree in 2013.
Dr. Ramsay has many years of experience in skin cancer detection and removal and will advise you on options available for treatment, if appropriate. Skin checks normally take 15 minutes and your whole body will be examined thoroughly for any suspicious lesions. Treatments could be topical, surgical excision or cryotherapy.
You will be advised if you need to rebook for removal of a skin lesion to be sent off to pathology for diagnosis.
Dr Nicole Dever is a full member of the Australasian Society of Aerospace Medicine (ASAM) and is a qualified Designated Aviation Medical Examiner (DAME) with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia (CASA).
Aviation medicals are conducted via appointment only as information needs to be obtained prior and investigations ordered as needed. Bookings will need to be made by phoning reception. Please notify reception of your ARN (Aviation Reference Number) and the Class of Medical (1, 2 or 3) for which you are applying. Further information can then be forwarded to you regarding necessary ancillary tests to be done prior to your appointment.
Aviation medicals and associated pathology and specialist tests are not covered by Medicare. This may not be the case if your regular Doctor orders a blood test which is deemed necessary for your general medical care. All investigations within 3 months of your aviation medical are deemed valid. Please bring these results with you or ask for a copy to go directly to your DAME.
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