Dr. Gaston trained in the Netherlands. He has been working as a doctor since 1998.
His special interests include paediatrics, skin cancer and minor surgery, joint injections, sports medicine, and dive medicals.
One of his passions is to improve the health care services in the Gladstone region. He is also a GP-trainer for James Cook University.
Dr. Dief has been a GP in the Gladstone region for more than 30 years and has a wealth of experience.
His special interests include men's health, paediatrics, skin cancer, and surgery.
Dr. Elaine is an experienced GP from South Africa. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice and sees patients of all age groups. She likes the GP focus on the whole patient.
Her particular interests include minor surgery, skin cancer, and women's health.
Dr. Korien trained in South Africa and has been in general practice since 2004.
Her special interests are paediatrics, women's health, and chronic disease management.
Dr. Rosel has trained in South-Africa. She is a committed and confident physician with many years of experience in hospitals, private practice, and diverse clinical settings.
She is a patient-focused and experienced general practitioner, with special interest in paediatrics and clinical procedures.
Dr. Nicola originally trained in the UK and has worked in Australia since 2007. She has a wealth of experience in General Practice and the hospital system, with special interests including women's health, mental health, and palliative care.
She also provides medical sevices for the Royal Flying Doctor Service, and visits Miriam Vale every 2 weeks.
Dr. Bo Bo is working towards RACGP Fellowship at BITS Medical.
He hmoved to Australia in 2020 and after hospital work in Bundaberg, he decided he wanted to become a GP. He likes general health and minor surgical procedures.
Dr. Aeint has moved up from Bundaberg to join the BITS team and work towards GP Fellowship.
She has worked in different hospitals, initially in Myanmar and then in Bundaberg. Dr. Aeint is interested in all health aspects.
Dr. Aung has worked in hospitals in Myanmar, prior to relocating to Australia.
He has worked in Bundaberg Hospital for 2 years and decided to become a General Practitioner. He is working towards RACGP Fellowship at BITS. His special interests include procedures and medical emergencies.
Dr. Thinzar is a JCU registrar. She will complete her GP Fellowship training at BITS, after working in Bundaberg and Gladstone.
She obtained her initial Medical Degree in Myanmar and then moved to Australia in 2020. Changing from a hospital-setting to a GP-setting has been, quote, "the best decision she has made in her professional career". She loves all aspects of the whole patient care.
Dr. Dinesh was born in Sri Lanka and educated in India. He spent 15 years across various specialities and general practices in Sri Lanka, including working for 4 years in rural and remote areas affected by the civil war.
He believes in holistic care and has a special interest in adult medicine including emergency care, paediatric neurology, minor surgeries, and chronic disease management.
Dr. Serge trained in the DR Congo. He has been a GP in South Africa since 2005, and has both hospital and GP experience since. His special interests include women's health, men's health, and minor surgery.