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Dr Paul McKibbin General Practitioner
Dr Paul McKibbin graduated at Queens University Belfast in 1985. He trained in Northern Ireland and the UK. Paul has been working in Australia for 18 years and has lived on the Sunshine Coast for 15 years. Paul has special interests in the elderly community, chronic disease management, skin cancer and skin cancer surgery.
Dr Philip Marshall General Practitioner
Dr Philip Marshall graduated from the University of Queensland. After several years in the public hospital system he established his own busy practice in Caboolture in 1983 where he worked for the next 30 years. Dr Marshall has a wealth of experience in all aspects of general practice including children’s health, adult medicine, geriatric medicine, men’s health and skin disorders. Dr Marshall and his wife relocated to the Sunshine Coast a few years ago and now enjoy living in this community and the coastal lifestyle.
Dr Stephanie Shaw-Binns General Practitioner
Dr Stephanie Shaw-Binns FRACGP has special interests in women’s health, children’s health, and mental health.
Dr Dom Ingall General Practitioner
Dr Dom Ingall was born in Brisbane and grew up Sydney where he graduated from University of Sydney in 2001, and completed his internship at Nambour General Hospital. He spent a few years at The Buderim Private Hospital and was surgical assisting in general surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology before moving into general practice in 2006. Dr Dom has lived in Mountain Creek since 2002, and has a special interest in family medicine and mental health.
Dr Anne Thomas General Practitioner
Dr Anne Thomas graduated from the University of Queensland and commenced working in general practice in 1995. Dr Anne has had a foray into medical education, locally in Brisbane, as well as internationally in Memphis, USA and has worked in the Medical Department of pharmaceutical companies whilst based in Sydney and Melbourne. Her special interests include paediatrics, weight management, and women’s health. Dr Anne loves being with her family and is proud to be a ‘person who has studied French the longest and still can’t speak a word’.
Dr Marc Thomas General Practitioner
Dr Marc Thomas graduated from the University of Queensland in 1994 and worked as an advanced trainee in Orthopaedics. A career change into medical marketing had Dr Marc lead marketing teams in North America and Australasia for over 10 years before settling into General Practice in 2011. Dr Marc has special interests including skin cancer and minor surgery, orthopaedics, and sports injuries. He holds the self-proclaimed record for watching the most tennis matches in the world over the last 5 years!
Dr Benjamin Schussler General Practitioner
Born in New York City, Dr Benjamin Schussler worked as a police officer with the NYPD for three years before deciding on a career change to medicine. He completed an undergraduate degree and medical school at Stanford University and the University of Sydney, respectively. His initial years as a doctor were spent within the public hospital system, working in medical, surgical, and emergency departments. Here, Dr Ben found that a specialisation in General Practice was his calling. He was convinced that most of the suffering, disease, and disability seen in hospital could have been prevented if more people developed strong, stable relationships with a GP. After becoming a GP, Dr Ben spent many years in Far North Queensland working among First Nations People. He hopes to continue working with Indigenous Australians, though welcomes patients from all backgrounds and at all stages of life. Dr Ben is interested in the full spectrum of General Practice, with an aim to understand his patients’ individual desires for health and quality of life. He works collaboratively with his patients and their families, building long-term relationships to achieve these goals.
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.