Our doctors

Dr. John Golder M.B B.S. F.R.A.C.G.P.

Has been in full-time General Practice at Redlands Clinic since 1975. He is a trained scuba diver and is certified to carry out Diving Medical Examinations.

He also has a special interest in treating children with bed-wetting problems and travel medicine.

Dr. Ross Le Feuvre

Dr. Ross Le Feuvre, a University of Queensland graduate, has been in General Practice at the Redlands Clinic since 1982. He has an interest in treating complex medical problems.

Dr. Roscoe Foreman

A Queensland Medical School Graduate, Roscoe worked for several years in Mount Isa before returning to Cleveland. Roscoe has a special interest in diagnosing and treating skin cancers.

He enjoys treating the various medical complications of our ageing local population and also carries out vasectomies under local anaesthetic at the Clinic.

Dr. Jon Stellmach

Dr. Stellmach graduated from the University of Queensland in 1977 and entered General Practice in 1980. He has been working in the Redlands since 1984 and his interests include acupuncture and Aged Care. He enjoys boating, fishing and tennis.

Dr. Craig McCombe

Graduated with Honours from the University of Queensland.
His special interests include all aspects of children's medicine and travel vaccination.
He has completed several Ironman triathlons and visits the Tour de France annually.

Dr. Jackie Van Der Horst

Grew up in the Redlands. She has been working in the area as a full-time G.P. since 2000. Jacki's interests are women and children's health.

She enjoys running, cycling and travelling.

Dr. Leo Priest

Dr. Leo Priest joined the Redlands Clinic in 2011. After obtaining a University degress in nursing, Leo graduated from medicine at the University of Queensland and is pursuing a career in General Practice.

He is the father of three children and has a passion for cycling.

Dr. Sarah Tierney

Is a graduate of the University of Queensland, where she completed both her Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Medicine degrees. After gaining some experience at the Mater Hospitals in Brisbane, Dr. Tierney chose a career in General Practice. She has been with the Redlands Clinic since obtaining her General Practice Fellowship in 2007. Dr. Tierney enjoys all areas of General Practice, however she has a special interest in children's and women's health as well as minor procedures.

Dr. Brendan O’Reilly

Graduating from the University of Queensland, Brendan undertook his intern and resident years at the Princess Alexandra Hospital before deciding to pursue a career as a G.P. at Redlands Clinic. He is interested in all aspects of general practice.

Dr. Penelope McSweeney

Penny joined the Redlands Clinic as a GP in 2013.
She spent her childhood in the Redlands and is the daughter of Dr. Roscoe Foreman. Penny graduated from Monash University in Melbourne, and has worked in several hospitals in Brisbane as well as gaining experience working in Ireland and in North Queensland.
She has special interests in skin cancer, women's and children's health.

Dr. Michael Earl

Dr. Michael Earl graduated from the University of Queensland and has worked just about everywhere in the state before returning close to home at the Redlands Clinic. He has special interests in orthopaedics and rural and general medicine.

Dr. Kylie Dean

Dr. Dean graduated from The University of Queensland following Bachelor of Science and Medical Degrees. She has worked for a number of years at different hospitals in Brisbane and around the state gaining experience in surgery before pursuing a career in General Practice. She has chosen to return to the Redlands where she has family living in the area. She enjoys all areas of general practice but has a special interest in women’s health.

Dr. Kim Cheah

Meet cosmetic injector Kim Cheah. Kim has been a Registered Nurse for over 30 years and has been in the cosmetic industry for the last 13 years. Her special interest is to offer a more holistic approach to anti-aging.

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