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Dr Mark Anderson General Practitioner
Dr Mark Anderson graduated from St Georges Hospital Medical School in London in 1985. He has lived in Queensland since 1988, attaining his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of GP’s in 1994 and Diploma of Musculoskeletal Medicine in 2003. Dr Anderson and his family have lived on the Sunshine Coast since 2002 where he has been working at Chancellor Park Family Medical Practice the whole time. He has had 10 years rural Queensland work experience. He provides a broad range of general practice care, including home visits, palliative care support and regularly visits a local aged care nursing home.
Dr Nigel Gray General Practitioner
Dr Nigel Gray trained in the UK (Leeds 1987) before immigrating to Queensland in 1995. Since then he has worked in a variety of General Practices all over the Sunshine Coast but chose to stay at Chancellor Park Family Medical Practice since 2007. Dr Gray enjoys the variety of family practice from birth to palliative care and is confident in diagnosing and treating all aspects of common medical problems. His special interest include diabetes, palliative care, and preventative medicine.
Dr Steven Horner General Practitioner
Dr Steve Horner graduated from St Georges Hospital Medical School in London in 1983 and attained his Membership of the Royal College of GP’s in London in 1987. Dr Horner and his family have lived in Queensland since 1990. He spent 10 years working in Caboolture and Wamuran before moving to the Sunshine Coast where he has worked at Chancellor Park Family Medical Practice since 2001. Dr Horner provides a broad range of general practice care including home visits and regularly visits a local aged care nursing home. His special interests include general medicine and preventive medicine.
Dr Clive Kam General Practitioner
Dr Clive Kam graduated from Flinders University of South Australia in 1997. After working for two years in the hospital in South Australia, he decided to move to Queensland where he completed his general practice training and obtained his Fellowship of RACGP. Dr Kam has worked as a General Practitioner in a few towns since he moved to Queensland and has now settled on the Sunshine Coast and has been working at Chancellor Park Family Medical Practice since 2011. His special interests include men’s health, children’s health, and skin conditions.
Dr Poonam Khosla General Practitioner
Dr Poonam Khosla graduated from Godfrey Huggins School of Medicine (Zimbabwe) in 1987 and attained my Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of GP’s in 2003. Dr Khosla feels blessed to have achieved her dream profession and she is passionate about all aspects of general practice from antenatal to geriatrics. She has also worked at a local retirement village for 15 years. Dr Khosla is fortunate to be able to work with a great team of doctors and medical staff at Chancellor Park Family Medical Practice for the last 11 years. Her special interests include paediatrics, dermatology, antenatal, and women’s health (contraceptive implants).
Dr Stiaan Mostert General Practitioner
Dr Stiaan Mostert qualified in 1997 at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. He worked in England and Canada before immigrating to Australia in 2005. While working for 10 years in rural areas, he gained experience in emergency medicine, obstetrics and ICU. Dr Mostert later joined the Royal Flying Doctor Service during which he obtained his Fellowship in Rural and Remote Medicine, integrating his emergency background with family medicine. Dr Mostert has enjoyed working in General Practice the last few years. His special interests include preventive medicine, family medicine, and paediatrics.
Dr Albert Storm General Practitioner
Dr Albert Storm qualified in medical school at Stellenbosch in South Africa. He gained experience in general practice and hospital rotations in surgery, orthopaedics and plastic surgery and post grad studies in general practice. Dr Storm immigrated to Australia in 2000 to work in a rural Queensland practice for 10 years before coming to the Sunshine Coast. He gained his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of GP’s in 2003 and is now an examiner for the College of General Practice. Dr Storm enjoys the broad spectrum of general practice. His special interests include travel medicine, minor surgical procedures, and trauma.
Dr Allison Butler General Practitioner
BMedSci(HONS), BM, BS, DFFP, MRCGP, Dip Derm, FRACGP
Dr Allison Butler is originally from the UK and has worked as a General Practitioner on the Sunshine Coast since 2007. She is interested in all areas of general practice with special interests in women’s health including contraceptive device fittings. and dermatology. In her spare time she enjoys walking her two dogs, kayaking, body-boarding and spending time with her husband and daughter.
Dr Chris Lyttle General Practitioner
After 3 years away from the Sunshine Coast exploring British Columbia, Canada, Dr Chris Lyttle is returning to our practice. Dr Lyttle has a special interest in paediatrics, skin cancer medicine and military medicine.
Dr Chris Lyttle was awarded his Fellowship in General Practice in 2010 and has worked as a General Practitioner both in Australia and Canada. His interest in Paediatrics began as a young doctor at Nambour and has continued since and while in Canada worked part time in the local district hospital as part of a 3 person team covering hospital paediatrics.
Dr Lyttle has also completed specialised training in Skin Cancer Medicine and Skin Cancer Surgery (Professional Diploma in Skin Cancer Medicine and Professional Diploma in Skin Cancer Surgery) and is skilled in both simple excisions and flaps and grafts. He is passionate about skin checks and early detection of skin cancer.
Dr Lyttle was a full time serving medical office with the Royal Australian Navy and continues to be actively involved as a reservist with the Navy.
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Jackie Coward Registered Nurse and Credentialled Diabetes Educator
Jackie Coward is a Registered Nurse and Credentialled Diabetes Educator. Her special interests includeType 2 diabetes patients primarily with sub-optimal glucose management on either oral medication, insulin or both. Jackie works in conjunction with your doctor to assist you in controlling your diabetes or reversing pre-diabetes. She can assist you with the following:
- Insulin commencement and titration (GP shared-care)
- Dietary advice, meal planning and weight loss
- National Diabetes Service Scheme advice and signup
- ‘Change of Medication’ and completion of ‘Blood Glucose Test Strip Approval’ subsidy forms
- Complications screening and management using appropriate pathology reviews
- Analysis of medication regime for effectiveness
- Optimal lifestyle advice for your situation
CDEs are recognised by NDSS (National Diabetes Services Scheme), Medicare Australia and the Department of Veterans Affairs, as well as some Private Health Insurers. Bulk billing options available (see your GP for a referral) or pay privately at a reduced rated.