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Our Doctors and Nurses

 

Remember when you had one GP for the whole family?
We can offer you that.

 
At BMC we encourage you to have a regular family doctor. Sometimes your regular doctor won’t have an available appointment on the day and time that suits you best. We’ll offer you an alternative day and time or an alternative doctor from our experienced team. Requests for urgent consultations will be referred by our staff to one of our doctors for a decision on how best to care for you, if other patients have booked all available appointments for that day. After 5:00pm you will usually be referred to the on-call doctor service, who will report back to your own doctor.

Michael Rice
MB, BS, DRANZCOG, FRACGP, FACRRM

Dr Michael Rice is a specialist in general practice and rural medicine with additional training in skin and skin cancer, as well as the care of mothers and babies.

Michael first worked at BMC in 1990 and joined the practice full-time in 1993 before moving to the region with his young family in 1994. He enjoys country living and his children attended local schools.

Dr Rice is a keen clinical teacher, both for our registrars training for their specialty qualifications in General Practice and Rural Medicine, and of medical students. He is an active member of several professional bodies including the Rural Doctors Association of Queensland.

Tom Mulcahy
MB, BS, FRACGP, DipRACOG, DCH

Dr Tom Mulcahy is a Beaudesert local. He graduated at University of Queensland in 1985 and postgraduate training was in South Africa and the United Kingdom before returning to work at Beaudesert Hospital. After starting a family he joined Beaudesert Medical Centre in 1997. He enjoys all aspects of general practice from looking after mums and babies to acute and longterm illness, preventive care, minor surgery and care of older patients at home and in aged care.

Anton Webb
MB, BS, FRACGP

Dr Anton Webb graduated from the University of Queensland in 2001. He commenced his career in General Practice in 2005 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Anton enjoys the full breadth of general practice and working with all ages from infants to the elderly.

Heidi Cayari
MD, Cert AMC, FACRRM

Dr Heidi Cayari joined BMC after working at Beaudesert Hospital from 2003 in anaesthetics, maternity care, and the emergency department.

She lives locally and is active in the community.

Dr Cayari is a specialist Fellow of the Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine with broad interests in clinical practice. She looks after patients from the cradle to the nursing home and every stage of life in between

Jaime Hurley
MB, BS, DRANZCOG (Advanced), FRACGP, FACRRM, FARGP

Dr Jaime Hurley is a specialist in general practice and a rural generalist with advanced skills in obstetrics. She is particularly interested in maternity care, including delivery and postnatal care for public patients at Beaudesert Hospital. Dr Hurley is presently on leave and will return in mid-2017.

Megan Smith
BN, MB, BS

Dr Smith is a registrar studying for her specialty in general practice. She joined our team in January 2017 and has interests in Women’s Health and sees patients of all ages. Once upon a time she was a nurse and midwife before entering medicine.

Michaela Dunne
RN

Michaela is an experienced registered nurse with a range of skills from children to aged care. She works with our doctors coordinating team care with chronic and complex problems, provides education and assessment for most of our diabetics, assists with procedures, manages dressings and performs diagnostic tests such as cardiographs, lung function and hearing tests.

Alison Mahon
EN

Alison is an experienced enrolled nurse with a range of skills from children to aged care. She works with our doctors coordinating team care especially for patients in aged care, or with chronic and complex problems, she assists with procedures, manages dressings and performs diagnostic tests such as cardiographs, lung function and hearing tests.

Medical Students

BMC regularly hosts medical students, usually from University of Queensland and occasionally from Gold Coast’s Griffith University as well as interstate and overseas universities. They observe and assist our doctors as nurses and form a valuable part of our team while learning from our experienced staff. Please let us know if you do not want students involved in your care.

The Doctors and staff of The Beaudesert Medical Centre aim to provide a traditional family general practitioner service, including hospital, aged care and home visits where appropriate.

The Doctors and staff of The Beaudesert Medical Centre aim to provide a traditional family general practitioner service, including hospital, aged care and home visits where appropriate.

Beaudesert Medical Centre is recognised as a teaching practice for students under the University of Queensland, Griffith University, and the John Flynn Placement Program.

Beaudesert Medical Centre provides post-graduate training for The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine through General Practice Training Queensland.