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  • Dr David Bartlett - Dr David Bartlett is the Practice Principal of Robina Town Medical Centre, which he opened in July 1996, just after the opening of Robina Town Centre.
  • Dr Aruni Abeywardena - Dr Aruni Abeywardena has been a GP for over 26 years, and is also a supervisor for our Registrar GP’s.
  • Dr John Barr - Dr John Barr (M.B.Ch., FRACGP) joined Robina Town Medical Centre in 2006. John has a special interest in lifestyle modification and nutritional solutions.
  • Dr Lisa Beecham - Dr Lisa Beecham was the first GP to join our practice back in 1997. She completed 5 years training in Paediatrics at the RCH in Brisbane.
  • Dr Ailie Brown - Dr Ailie Brown completed her residency at Gold Coast Hospital and joined the practice in 2015. Her special interests are Children's Health and Women's Health.
  • Dr Roger Halliwell - Dr Roger Halliwell has provided comprehensive medical care on the Gold Coast since 1995 and coordinates the complex care needs for chronic health conditions.
  • Nicole Hutchison - Dr Nicole Hutchison enjoys Paediatrics and Preventive Health, her special interests are Women's Health and Obstetrics/Gynaecology.
  • Dr Megan Kelly - Dr Megan Kelly completed her undergraduate degree at the University of QLD and her Masters of Clinical Physiology at Griffith School of Medicine.
  • Dr Louise Knapp - Dr Louise Knapp studied at UQ and Griffith University and specialises in General Medicine, Women's Health and Paediatrics.
  • Dr Jane Smith - Dr Jane Smith originally hails from England and is an experienced medical educator and academic. She practises in all areas of General Medicine.
  • Dr Robert Tiller - Dr Robert Tiller (M.B.ChB) trained in Dunedin, NZ and joined Robina Town Medical Centre in 2005. Robert enjoys practising in all areas of general medicine.
  • Dr Peter Barry - Dr Peter Barry (MBBS, FRACGP) completed his medical studies at UQ. His special interests are Men's Health, Child Health and Sports Medicine.
  • Dr Graeme Brown - Dr Graeme Brown enjoys all aspects of General Practice with a particular focus on Preventive Medicine and Chronic Disease Management.
  • Dr Alex Denshire - Dr Alex Denshire graduated in 2011 from University of Notre Dame, Sydney. Completing her internship at Tweed Hospital, she joined us Feb 2015.
  • Dr Annelies Geissler - Dr Annelies Geissler has broad experience from Paediatrics to Adult Medicine and Psychiatry. Women's Health, Shared Antenatal Care, Mirena / Implanon insertion

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    City: 143.2104 , Australia

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