Dr Masayuki Terazawa graduated from Nihon University School of Medicine in Japan and obtained the certificate of Medical Practitioner in 1988.
He worked as a cardiovascular specialist in hospitals until 2002. He carried out echocardiograms, catheter operations for ischaemic heart diseases, and myocardial biopsy for cardiomyopathy and myocarditis.
After that, he took over his father’s practice and was working as a general practitioner and paediatrician for 12 years. He has accumulated medical knowledge and skills by running his own practice in Japan. He has a good knowledge of oriental medicine too.
He moved to Australia with his wife and two sons in October of 2014, studied hard again and obtained medical registration from the Australian Medical Board, starting his practice here in 2019.
Dr Brad Elliott graduated from the University of Qld in 2002 and completed his fellowship in 2009.
He has been working as a rural GP in Ingham since 2007. He moved to the Cairns area in 2022.
He is interested in all aspects of family medicine as well as skin cancer.
Dr Rebecca Elliott graduated from the University of Qld in 2002.
She was born and raised in Ingham and returned to that district in 2007 with her family. She made the move to Cairns in 2021, first working in Gordonvale and now at Cairns West Medical Centre.
She is interested in all aspects of rural general practice especially preventative health and nutrition.
Dr Gemma Bylos was born and raised on the beautiful mid north coast of NSW before relocating to Sydney to study medicine at the University of New South Wales. Gemma graduated in 2019 with a BMed/MD degree.
She spent her first 2 years post-grad working at Westmead Hospital in western Sydney. During this time, she completed the Sydney Children’s Health Program. Gemma moved to Cairns at the start of 2022 for a lifestyle change and to commence GP training.
Gemma enjoys all aspects of general practice and has a special interest in Women’s health and mental health.
Dr Claudia Cambon grew up on the Gold Coast where she studied at Griffith University. She later moved to The Sunshine Coast where she completed her studies in 2020 and stayed to work in the hospital. Claudia has always placed a large emphasis on physical and mental health through optimising factors such as diet, exercise and sleep. With this in mind she plans to become a GP who understands the importance of lifestyle measures in improving our physical and mental health. She is interested in all aspects of general practice including skin cancer medicine.
Rosemarie studied Psychology and trained as psychotherapist in Germany and Switzerland. She spent nearly 30 years of part-time private practice as counsellor and therapist. The other time was devoted to health related Quality of Life studies in the domain of chronic mental and physical diseases: Parkinson’s disease, Epilepsy, Depression/Anxiety, Schizophrenia; Diabetes, Heart disease, Chronic Bronchitis, Psoriasis, HIV. Although Rosemarie is a “word doctor”, she has access to a broad medical knowledge, which allows her to assist clients to better deal with their medical conditions,
Rosemarie arrived in Australia/Cairns in 2005, registered as Psychologist in Queensland in 2006 and worked during 7 years part-time in Centacare Cairns; in parallel she started to create her private practice and was a telephone counsellor for Lifeline. Her psychological practice is informed by basic principles from Psychoanalysis, Neurolinguistic Programing (NLP) and the latest discoveries of Neuroscience how to rewire the brain for wellbeing and happiness, including “Brain-Spotting”.
Her goal is to create a framework to support clients:
Sari commenced her working life as a registered nurse and midwife and has lived and worked in a range of settings and locations across Far North Queensland.
Since commencing in Psychology, Sari has worked primarily with children and their families, again in a number of clinical settings including schools, government and non government sector, Kids Helpline and currently with the child and family team at Qld Health.
Phyllis is our Registered Nurse and joined us in 2021. She holds responsibility for general nursing tasks, including immunisations and injecting medications. She supports our GP’s with health assessments, and together with the medical practice assistants prepares care plans for our GP’s and her patients.