Graduated M.B.Ch.B in 1971 from Aberdeen University. He is vocationally trained in General Practice and is a Fellow of the R.A.C.G.P. and A.C.R.R.M. He also has a Diploma in Obstetrics. He has worked in several locations in Australia and overseas and is interested in all aspects of family medicine.
Graduated from the University of Queensland in 2006 and obtained his Fellowship of RACGP in 2011. He has worked in Brisbane and rural Queensland. He completed a Bachelor of Nursing in 1997 working in Rockhampton, rural Queensland, London (UK) and Brisbane. He is interested in all aspects of family medicine, obstetrics and family planning.
Graduated M.B.B.S, BSc from the University of Queensland in 2004 and is a fellow of R.A.C.G.P. She spent several years training in the public hospital system in areas including anaesthetics, intensive care, paediatrics and palliative care. She was a General Practitioner in Kingaroy before relocating to Toowoomba. She is passionate about women’s health and a strong professional interest in palliative care, critical care and mental health issues.
Graduated from the University of Queensland in 1976 and then worked for three years at the Mater Hospital Brisbane and one year at the Princess Alexandra Hospital before commencing in general practice in Toowoomba. From 1981 to 2006 Dr Ferris was the Toowoomba City Council Medical Officer of Health. More recently Dr Ferris has become involved in Remote Indigenous Health and practices in Aboriginal Communities in the Northern Territory whenever possible.
Graduated from the University of London in 2007 and also holds a Diploma in Child Health from the University of Sydney. She has trained in a wide range of specialities including emergency medicine, cardiology and paediatrics in hospitals in London and Brisbane. She has particular interests in sexual health, obstetrics and gynaecology, breastfeeding, paediatrics, and the use of nutrition and exercise as tools to improve health, diabetes, heart disease and obesity.
Graduated from the University of Queensland in 1975. Since this time, she has worked in many locations across Queensland including St George, the Sunshine Coast and Cleveland. Dr Haase has a special interest in difficult diagnosis and women’s health. She has recently moved to Toowoomba to be closer to her family and grandchildren.