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Arana Hills Plaza
5-11 Patricks Rd.
Arana Hills, QLD, 4054
Mon-Fri 8:00am - 6:30pm
Sat 8:30am - 12:30pm
Sun 9:00am - 4:00pm
Dr. Neil A. Hearnden - Practice Principal
Neil is a Queensland graduate who has attained postgraduate diploma qualifications in the area of Musculoskeletal Medicine. As such, he is involved as a Teacher of Musculoskeletal Medicine in Queensland contributing to the knowledge of other doctors in this area of medicine. He is a past representative of Australian General Practitioners on Arthritis Australia as well as the Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee of Osteoporosis Australia.
He was a founding member of the Brisbane North Division of General Practice and was actively involved on the board as Vice President; he also served as a council member on the Queensland branch of the AMA and has represented the Royal Australian College of GPs on the National Immunisation Committee.
Neil is currently pursuing extra skills in skin cancer medicine, via the Master of Medicine studies at the University of Queensland. He has now completed the Graduate Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine as part of this Master's degree.
When relaxing, he spends time on his beloved Grand Piano
Dr. Nielsen is a Queensland graduate from JCU University in Townsville. Following this, she gained valuable experience in Emergency Medicine. Having now completed her advanced training in General Practice, she has become an important member of our team. Dr. Lauren-Phoebe has already completed her Diploma of Child Health and Family Planning Certificate and is keen to care for our little ones as well as offering special care in Women's Health. Her enthusiastic and friendly attitude is sure to impress.
She is keen to promote the health of women in our community and offers complete advice on contraception and family planning including the fitting of implantable low dose progesterone devices as well as the LARC intrauterine device. Iron deficiency is common and preventable. She is keen to offer nutritional advice as well as iron infusion therapy to minimise fatigue.
Dr. Michelle Parry - Family focussed GP with expertise in allergic disorders.
Dr. Parry has recently joined the practice on a part-time basis. As a mother of young children, she is well acquainted with the challenges of balancing family and career. She has been functioning as a lecturer in the medical school as well as working for many years in the field of allergic disorders.
Currently, she works on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Each year, the practice participates in training new general practitioners (called Registrars) after they have completed their hospital training. Fresh with the latest knowledge, they help keep the practice treatments up to date while gaining practical experience from the long term practice doctors.
Dr. Ross Bourne - General Practice Registrar
Dr. Bourne is working with us full time in 2019. He is keen to meet new patients in the practice and his friendly manner will allow easy communication. He has special interests in Sexual Health Medicine and also consults at the Sexual Health Clinic in his "spare" time. He is able to offer advice regarding emergency PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) and PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis - just one tablet a day could prevent a life of insecurity)
Ross spent 2 years working in Royal Brisbane Hospital and 1 year at Redcliffe Hospital
Interests - LGBTQ health issues, Sexual Health, Obstetrics, and Gynaecology, Paediatrics
Languages - English, French, Japanese
Other interests - spending hours in the Garden