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  • Meet the Doctors

Ready to take control of your health with a team who wants the best for you? Get to know why so many others in Clayfield have selected us for their care.

Dr Jason Wu

Practice Principal and General Practitioner

MBBS (Qld), FRACGP

Dr Wu truly became passionate about being a family doctor when he started his specialist training program in FRACGP. While there, he met some very inspiring mentors who helped him to grow into a compassionate family doctor.

Dr Wu has focus on individualised preventative medicine, helping his patients to elevate and achieve the best potential for their health.

Workdays: Mondays to Saturdays

Dr Wu operates his own medical services business at Clayfield Medical Centre.

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Dr Ada Tam

Practice Principal and General Practitioner

MBBS (Qld), FRACGP

At Clayfield Medical Centre, there’s nothing more important to us than your health. From an early age, Dr Ada was drawn to the healthcare profession with a passion for helping others—something that we continue to strive for day in and day out.

Dr Ada Tam is a member of ACNEM – Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. She particularly loves to help patients overcome mould illness, long COVID, irritable bowel syndrome, hormonal issues, thyroid disorders, autoimmune disorders, hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis dysfunction, and fibromyalgia.

Workdays: Mondays to Fridays, and some Saturdays

New patients must book 30 mins with Dr Tam, and integrative health appointments to book 45 minutes.

Dr Tam operates her own medical services business at Clayfield Medical Centre.

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Dr Deborah McAlister

General Practitioner Contractor

MBBS, FRACGP, DRCOG, DFFP

Growing up with an interest in medicine inspired by her physio mother, Dr Deborah always knew that she’d follow in her footsteps. Her caring and empathetic nature made general practice the perfect fit.

Workdays: Mondays to Fridays, some Saturdays

Dr McAlister operates her own medical services business at Clayfield Medical Centre.

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Dr Sze-Wai Julia Ooi

General Practitioner Contractor

MBBS (Qld), FRACGP

Dr Ooi is passionate with her work with hopes to help people experience better health for life. Each day, she’s able to witness the human spirit overcome obstacles, and she couldn’t be prouder to assist patients with their needs at all times.

Workdays: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and some Saturdays

Dr Ooi operates her own medical services business at Clayfield Medical Centre.

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Dr Julia Lim

General Practitioner Contractor

MBChB, FRACGP, MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH, DFFP

Dr Julia Lim’s mother inspired her to become a physician. “I truly believe that we are all here to serve the community and I feel privileged as a doctor to be able to treat people as a whole—helping them emotionally, physically and mentally.”

Workdays: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Dr Lim operates her own medical services business at Clayfield Medical Centre.

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Dr Courtney Speight

General Practitioner Contractor

MD, FRACGP

I’ve always had an interest in science and medicine. I had studied and worked in other fields before entering medical school. What led me to medicine was my enjoyment of working directly with patients, using medical knowledge and skills to make a difference.”

Workdays: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

Dr Speight operates her own medical services business at Clayfield Medical Centre.

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Dr Kandana Perera

General Practitioner Contractor

MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Kandana Perera is an experienced GP, has special interests in women’s and children’s health, mental health and chronic diseases management.

Dr Kandana Perera is from Sri Lanka, beside English, she speaks fluently in Sinhalese.

Workdays: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. (has available appointments from 8 am)

Dr Perera operates her own medical services business at Clayfield Medical Centre.

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Dr Conor Calder-Potts

General Practitioner Contractor

BMedSci, MBBS(Hons), FRACGP

Dr Conor Calder-Potts is an experienced Australian-trained GP. He has been working many years in our local area and has a broad range of experience in all areas of general practice. He has a warm and friendly manner and genuinely wants to help people lead happier and healthier lives.

Areas of interest:

Travel medicine
Mental health
Sexual health
Mens health
Childrens health

Workdays: Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Dr Calder-Potts operates his own medical services business at Clayfield Medical Centre.

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Dr Gauguin Gamboa

Visiting orthopaedic surgeon (tenant)

Dr Gauguin Gamboa is a visiting specialist, in the field of orthopaedic surgery (specialising in hip and knee).

He visits every fortnightly on Thursday afternoon at Clayfield Medical Centre.

Dr Gamboa operates his own medical services business at Clayfield Medical Centre.

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Kelsey-Rose Riachi (Nutrition Wisdom)

Dietitian and Nutritionist (tenant)

Kelsey Riachi (MDietSc. BExNSc.) is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and nutritionist registered with Dietitians’ Australia. Kelsey has completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences’ and Masters of Dietetics Studies at the University of Queensland.

Kelsey is passionate about helping clients build a positive relationship with food and understands that ‘one size does not fit all’. Kelsey appreciates the importance and value of working collaboratively with her clients and creates a warm and non-judgmental space in her dietetic practice. She will support your passions and goals, so you can make realistic and sustainable changes to your diet through practical and individualised recommendations.

Kelsey’s special interests include digestive health conditions including IBS, food intolerances, Coeliac Disease, IBD, gastroparesis, diverticular disease and disordered eating. She is also trained in all areas of chronic disease management, has experience working with NDIS participants and takes on a holistic care approach with all clients. Moreover, Kelsey has a particular passion for how food, mood and gut health contribute to overall quality of life.

Kelsey is excited to share her knowledge and passion for nutrition with all her clients at Nutrition Wisdom.

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Keely Maclean (from Kieser Ascot)

Exercise Physiologist (tenant)

Exercise Physiology at Clayfield Medical Centre

Keely is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP), she will be available for 30 minute, bulk billed, Exercise Physiology consultations on Fridays from 8am to 12pm.

What do Accredited Exercise Physiologists do?

An Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) is a qualified professional specialising in tailored exercise programs for chronic health conditions.
Utilising evidence-based practices, AEPs ensure safe and effective interventions personalised to your needs and goals.

Cancer
Cardiac Health Diabetes / Metabolic Health Mental Health Neurological Conditions Osteoarthritis Osteoporosis / Osteopenia Pulmonary Health Weight Management

Interested in seeing Keely to improve your health?
Talk to your doctor about how Exercise Physiology might benefit your health or call Tess on 0449 553 277.

Caroline Daniel

Psychologist/EMDR practitioner (tenant)

Caroline is a registered psychologist with over 20 years’ experience working with people who have experienced complex trauma and associated mental health symptoms. Caroline’s approach is client focused, warm, empathetic and compassionate. She achieves outcomes by providing people with practical skills to work toward recovery and growth.

Special Interest Areas:

· Complex trauma & PTSD (veteran health, first responders, WorkCover and NDIS)

· Depression, Anxiety & Stress

· Individuals including young people, couples and families experiencing life transitions (separation/divorce, career/life crisis, conflict, parenting, carer support & aging)

· Work Cover, return to work, accident and injury, rehabilitation, vocational changes & coaching

· Pain management, Grief and Loss

· Addictions: substance, eating, weight Caroline integrates a variety of trauma-informed, evidence-based approaches including:

· EMDR – for trauma & PTSD

· Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

· Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) with Mindfulness Training

· Family Systems Therapy

· Motivational Interviewing

· Narrative & Solution focused Therapy

My Qualifications:

Queensland University of Technology:

· BA Psychology (Hons)

· Bachelor of Nursing Registrations:

· Psychologist – Full registration, Psychology Board of Australia

· Registered Nurse Diploma of Community Services Comorbitdity (Alcohol and Other Drugs & Mental Health)

Fees

Medicare Rebates apply with a Mental Health Care plan from GP or referral from treating psychiatrist.

To make an appointment with Caro:

M: 0416 189 810

E: caro.psych@gmail.com

Kate Greenaway

Senior Physiotherapist (tenant)

Kate has been a practising physiotherapist for over 35 years and specialises in gentle, non-imposing physiotherapy and more particularly,
in Connective Tissue Therapy. She is passionate about supporting people to return to their natural fluid pain free movements and abundant vitality.

Kate’s Qualifications:
BAppSc (Physiotherapy),
Post.Grad.
Dip. Occ. H(Physiotherapy)
Dip. Remedial Massage (RM)

To make an appointment with Kate:

Please email kate@kategreenaway.com.au
or text/call 0418 270 563.

More about Kate:

Background in sports injuries

Early in her career she worked with sports injuries and sporting teams and then further specialised in complex spinal and pelvic conditions.

Further study and work overseas

In the 1990s Kate studied and worked in Boston, USA at the well-reputed
New England Baptist Orthopaedic Hospital as a senior physiotherapist alongside medical specialists treating chronic pain patients with their complex and often puzzling neurological conditions.
Over this time Kate studied myofascial therapy, which offered a more holistic way of helping the body recover from trauma and injury and introduced her to the importance of connective tissue (CT) in the body.

Senior physiotherapist at Byron Bay Hospital

Kate returned to Australia in 1998 where she worked with the Northern Rivers Community Health Service for eight years.
Her patients included people of all ages, from toddlers to the aged, with all types of musculoskeletal disorders and in particular, difficult and complex spinal conditions.

Connective Tissue Therapy (CTT)

Since 2002 Kate has been a self-employed practitioner at a complementary healing clinic in the Northern Rivers of NSW.
Over the last 22 years she has been working with the connective tissue which is the body’s fundamental tissue that is vital for fluid, pain-free movement and balanced posture. Connective Tissue Therapy is a gentle hands-on treatment that helps restore the body’s natural flexibility and unlocks old tensions that can hold the body in compressed stiff postures. This allows people to come back to their natural fluid and pain free movement and helps restore their overall vitality and core strength.
It also supports them to move in a smooth way to release and balance the connective tissue so that the core muscles can naturally
support the body.
Kate is presently researching the benefits of this CT therapy in a Master of Research Degree in Physiotherapy. She has also presented on body awareness and Connective Tissue Movement (CTM) nationally and internationally and conducts online sessions for individuals and groups.