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Dr Leo Ryan

Psychiatrist - (MBBS, BSc, LLB(Hons), FRANZCP)

Dr Ryan has been working full-time in psychiatry since 2005. He completed specialist training and was awarded Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Psychiatrists in 2011. All Dr Ryan’s tertiary qualifications, including medical degree, were obtained at the University of Queensland where he is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer. He completed his psychiatric training at Princess Alexandra, Mater Children’s, and Royal Brisbane Hospitals. Dr Ryan accepts adult patients’ problems including bipolar disorder, depression and other mood disorders, anxiety disorders and psychotic disorders.

Salo Udayan

Podiatrist - Evolution Podiatry

Salo Udayan is a Registered Podiatrist. She assists health care providers with chronic diseases of the feet as well as conditions that are not chronic. Salo can give advice on footwear, orthotics and referrals for specialty footwear if required. She performs a variety of assessments for feet health, including nerve, vascular and skin assessments, diabetic foot checks as well as educating clients on self-foot care and healthy feet.

Dr Tommy Tran

Paediatrician - (BPhty (Hons), MBBS (Hons), FRACP )

Dr Tran graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and went on to study medicine at the University of Queensland. He was awarded the John Rendle Short memorial prize in child health and completed paediatric training in 2012. Dr Tran has worked in many regional centres and has a special interest in rural medicine. Dr Tran has trained in paediatrics predominantly at the Mater Children’s Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. He completed his specialist training in 2012 and established a private practice at Greenslopes Private Hospital. Dr Tran currently serves as the Director of Paediatrics at Greenslopes Private Hospital. He is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland, School of Medicine and the clinical lead in Paediatrics.

Lisa Grice

Diabetes Educator - (RN, CDE, CPT)

Lisa Grice Private Diabetes Educator is in Rockhampton and visits Nhulundu Health Service to provide service to the local community. Lisa is a diabetes educator with expertise in diabetes self-management, pre-diabetes, pregnancy, insulin initiation, insulin pumps, gestational diabetes, type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes

Gil Thomsen

Alcohol and Other Drugs Counsellor

Gil is a proud Butchulla man. As an Aboriginal Counsellor for 37 years, he has provided much of his services in the Gladstone region. In his early days, he completed a Certificate in Addiction Studies through Curtin University in addition to his counsellor training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers which was offered by Biala (Queensland Health’s Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services). Gil can help with counselling in trauma, grief and loss counselling and a specialisation in programs and services addressing family and domestic violence as experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Edward (Ed) Mosby

Psychologist

Ed was born on Thursday Island in the Torres Strait was raised in Taroom and has lived in Central Queensland for the past 20 years. He does, however, call Masig (Yorke Island) in the Torres Strait home. Ed is a registered Generalist Psychologist working in Private Practice and is the owner of Wakai Waian Healing. He has worked in both State Government Mental Health Services and Indigenous community-based organisations. Ed specialises in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families in the areas of, mental health, social and emotional well-being, community safety promotion, trauma, grief, loss and family and domestic violence.

Indigenous Cardiac Outreach Program

Cardiac Care

The Indigenous Cardiac Outreach Program was established in 2007 and is based within the Prince Charles hospital. It is a specialist cardiac outreach service that delivers point of care diagnostic and cardiovascular disease screening to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in rural and remote areas of Queensland. The services are delivered by a team that includes an Indigenous clinic coordinator, a cardiac specialist, sonographer, and nurse educator. Services include chronic disease screening, tertiary level cardiac consultations, echocardiography and stress testing.