Andrea graduated from Melbourne University in 1982. She did her Intern training at Geelong Hospital for 2 years before spending a year at the Royal Children's Hospital. Andrea also worked in London and Scotland Hospitals for several years in the areas of Paediatrics, Geriatrics, Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Upon returning to Australia, Andrea attained her Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Andrea has worked in General Practice since 1990 and has been at Kunatjarra Medical Clinic since 1993.
Andrea loves working with the Kunatjarra team and has a special interest in women's health but is also happy to see all patients from 0 - 100+. Outside of medicine, Andrea loves art and design and bike riding.
Dr. Narelle Milward
Narelle completed her medical degree at Monash University with Honours in 1999.
After training in Geelong, Colac and Bannockburn she completed her GP fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Growing up on a farm in the Western District, Narelle has enjoyed returning to the region to provide GP care over the last 15 years.
Narelle enjoys providing holistic care to whole families, working with young people and women’s health.
Narelle has 2 teenage children and spends much of her spare time as a taxi service to and from their loved sports.
Dr. Courtney Gardner
Courtney completed her medical training in Geelong, having studied medicine at Deakin University and worked at Barwon Health as a junior doctor. She maintains special interests in child and adolescent health, refugee health, Aboriginal health, and mental health.
Prior to becoming a doctor, Courtney worked in international development and on projects relating to refugee health and Aboriginal health in Darwin. Courtney’s qualifications include Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Bachelors degree in Biology, Masters in Public Health, and a Diploma in Child Health.
Courtney aims to provide a safe space and an inclusive practice that is welcoming to people from all backgrounds and genders.
Dr. Britt Olsen
Britt has been a GP since 1987.
She started her medical course in Sweden, where she was raised and finished her degree at Monash University in 1983.
Britt came to Geelong as an Intern and has worked in General Practice, Occupational Health and Womens Health in Melbourne and Geelong as well as Sweden.
Britt has been happy to settle at Kunatjarra Medical Clinic since 2013.
Interests outside medicine include music, reading and bike riding.
Dr. Maria Neagle
Maria has worked as a GP since 2002, having studied at The University of Melbourne. She gained her Fellowship of RACGP in 2003 and has completed a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She is registered with Barwon Health for Obstetric Shared Care.
Maria has a keen interest in preventative health, counselling and medicine across all ages.
In striving to engage the best care possible for patients, Maria applies a broad bio-psychosocial and spiritual approach. She considers it a privilege to assist patients as they seek to optimise their health.
Dr. Emma Perry
Emma studied medicine at the University of Tasmania and graduated in 2013. She completed her hospital training in Townsville and Geelong and obtained her fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2019.
Emma enjoys all areas of General Practice with a particular interest in skin cancer. She has completed further training with the Skin Cancer College Australasia.
Dr. Cindy Nelson
Dr Cindy Nelson graduated from Monash University in 1981. She commenced work at Dandenong Hospital in 1982 and moved to Geelong in 1984 as the Commonwealth Medical Officer for the Geelong region.
Cindy completed the Advanced Medical Officers Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine course at Royal Adelaide Hospital in 2003.
Cindy has a special interest in Diving Medicine, teaching first aid and visiting local high schools as part of the Docs helping Teens program.
Dr. Vi Everton
Vi graduated from Melbourne University in 2004, beginning her career as an ED registrar at the Geelong Hospital before completing her GP fellowship in 2011.
Vi has worked in the Geelong region as a GP since 2011 and has a special interest in family medicine, including women and children's health.
Vi is trained in mental health and performs minor procedures at the clinic including implanon insertion and removal.
Dr. Colin Knight
Dr. Colin Knight has cared for the health of the Geelong community for over 15 years, working as an Advanced Life Support Paramedic before graduating with his MBBS from Deakin Medical School.
As a doctor at Geelong hospital, he worked for three years in the Surgical, Medical and Children’s teams, and completed a 6-month Emergency medicine qualification prior to completing his General Practice training and attaining RACGP Fellowship.
Colin enjoys all areas of General Practice, and is focussed on the health and wellbeing of all of his patients. When not at work, Colin is kept away from his many sporting interests by his three busy young girls. He looks forward to helping you and your family.