Landsborough and Mooloolah Medical Centres are staffed by an exceptional team of Male and Female Doctors, Nurses & Receptionists. The highest levels of care for the whole family are our priority.
All Doctors rostered days & hours are subject to change without notice. To confirm Doctor Availability please speak to our reception staff.
Reception Team: Jenny, Margot, Susan, Lauren, Rosemary, Barb & Melissa.
Nursing Team: Fran Jarden RN, Cherie Stenbeck RN, Kirsty McPherson RN, Kirstie Taylor EN, Hali Conkie RN & Tania Webber RN.
Practice Manager: Vanessa Lea | Finance Manager: Anita Luland
We are excited to advise Dr Aung Oo will be rejoining the team in the New Year!! 🙂 Commencing Monday 11th January 2021. Dr Oo will be available for appointments across both the Landsborough & Mooloolah Medical Centre.
We welcome Dr David Tunchon to the team from Monday 18th January 2021. Dr Tunchon will work across both Landsborough & Mooloolah Medical Centre servicing the community 4 days a week.
We are thrilled to announce female GP, Dr Sri Kota will be joining the team from early March 2021. Dr Kota will work 3 days a week across Landsborough & Mooloolah Medical Centre with the view to increase to full time, offering all general practice services to the local community.
Dr Timothy Stanger was born in the UK, completing medical school in Bristol in 2011. Dr Stanger commenced work in Australia in 2013 at the Tweed Heads Emergency Department. Since his move to Australia Dr Stanger has worked in various hospitals across Queensland & New South Wales before settling down on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in 2018. We are pleased to have Dr Stanger commence with us in February 2020. He has an interest in all areas of general medicine.
Dr Jake Arnold was brought up in Wales moving to Australia in 2016. With experience in pediatrics, emergency & geriatric medicine, Dr Arnold is here to offer health care to our community with a special interest in pediatrics, preventative medicine & healthcare for the elderly.
Landsborough & Mooloolah Medical Centre is excited to welcome Dr Guy Gentle, a local growing up in Caloundra. Dr Guy Gentle joins the team in December 2019 offering a wide range of health care services to the community. Dr Guy Gentle Graduated from Griffith University, Gold Coast, with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery in 2010. He gained fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2017. Guy has an interest in minor procedures, including skin cancer medicine, chronic disease and whole of life medical care.
Dr Barby will commence Maternity leave from Saturday 14th March 2020 with a return date of late April 2021. Dr Sarah Barby was born in Australia, graduating from the Griffith University, Gold Coast in 2013 with a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery. Dr Barby joined the Landsborough Medical Centre team on July 24th, 2018. She has 3 years’ experience at the Nambour General Hospital, Queensland in various medical rotations and emergency medicine. Dr Barby has since completed her General Practitioner training with GMT JCU, becoming a Fellow of the RACGP on the 26th March 2019. Dr Barby is interested in all areas of general practice & welcomes new patients. On her days off she enjoys bush walking, horse-riding & travel.
Dr Robert Clarke joined the Landsborough & Mooloolah Medical Centre in January 2015. Offering a wide range of general medicine to the community, Dr Clarke has a special interest in skin cancer medicine and minor ops.
Dr McMahon graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2006 with a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery. Dr McMahon has been a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice since July 2016 Dr McMahon joined the Landsborough Medical Centre team in January 2015. She has experience in emergency medicine and an enjoys all aspects of general practice. On her days off she enjoys horse riding & competing.
Dr Bhat graduated in 1989 with a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery. Dr Bhat continued to expand her education graduating in 1991 with a Diploma in Gynaecology & Obstetrics and later completing her MD (OB&GY) in 1995. Dr Bhat became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice February 2011, joining the Landsborough Medical Centre soon after in March 2011. Dr Bhat was born in New Delhi, India & has been in Australia since 2005. She speaks English, Hindi & Punjabi. Her interest include women’s health, antenatal and paediatrics.
Dr Luland graduated from the University of Queensland in 2000 with a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery. Dr Luland is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and the Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine. Dr Luland joined the Landsborough Medical Centre in early 2009, becoming a Practice Principal in 2012. Dr Luland was born in Brisbane, Australia. He has been a GP Supervisor for some time now mentoring new and upcoming doctors in the practice. Dr Luland has an interest in skin cancer medicine and enjoys cycling & spending time with his family.
Dr Dobson graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1984 with a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery. He was born in New South Wales, Australia. joined the Landsborough Medical Centre in 1991, becoming a Practice Principal mid 1991. He has an interest in minor procedures, skin cancers, musculoskeletal medicine, chronic disease care and is passionate about motivating patients to achieve their own goals. Dr Dobson is involved with the organisation of ‘General Practice’ through the local primary health network and working with Philips Healthcare Australia to explore new models of care and the benefit technology can bring to general practice.
Dr Meyers graduated from the University of Queensland in 1982 with a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery. Dr Meyers continued to expend his knowledge graduating in 1986 with a Diploma of Obstetrics of Royal Australian College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Dr Meyers was born in Sydney, Australia. He joined Landsborough Medical Centre in 1987 to soon after in 1988 become a Practice Principal. Dr Meyers found his interest in Medical Acupuncture becoming a Fellow of the Australian Medical Acupuncture College on the 30th June 2004. Due to Medicare restrictions Dr Meyers is currently not accepting any new patients.