Dr Sally Parsons is a doctor in Stirling in the Adelaide Hills that has developed expertise in the areas of Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Women's Health and Palliative Care.
Dr Sally Parsons graduated from Flinders University with BMBS in 1995 and completed her intern year at Flinders Medical Centre (FMC). She went on to do a Diploma in Child Health at the Women’s and Children’s hospital (WCH), also working for 6 months in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and gaining extra qualifications in Obstetrics.
Dr Parsons obtained her Fellowship with the College of General Practice in 1998. She works in all areas of general practice however areas of interest include Paediatrics, Women’s Health and Palliative Care. She also has a special interest in shared care, looking after pregnant women in conjunction with WCH and FMC.
Apart from gaining 2 years experience in country practice, working in Kadina, she has been at Pro Health Care (previously Stirling Medical Centre) since completing general practice training.
Dr Laarkman is a registrar doctor in Stirling in the Adelaide hills. Rob has a particular interest in mental health but enjoys all areas of medicine and strongly believes in preventative medicine through a healthy lifestyle.
Dr Laarkman obtained his medical degree at Flinders university in 2014 and completed his junior years at the Royal Adelaide Hospital before commencing his GP training. In 2017 Rob worked at Hallett Cove and will sit his fellowship exams for the College of General Practitioners during 2018.
Rob is a mature registrar trainee, prior to becoming a doctor Rob worked as a high school Maths and Science teacher in the South East before moving back to Adelaide to commence his medica studies. His interests include entertaining, cricket and skiing.
Dr Jane Thiel is a doctor in Stirling in the Adelaide Hills that has a special interest in Women's Health and Skin Cancer Medicine.
Dr Jane Thiel studied medicine at Flinders University in South Australia, and graduated in 1994. Since then, she has spent time working in Adelaide, Perth, Darwin and the Riverland in SA. Jane now lives in the Adelaide Hills. Previously she practiced as a GP in Millicent, as well as providing Women’s Health Clinics in rural communities through the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Her special interests are in women’s health and skin cancer medicine, but she enjoys all aspects of general practice.
Outside of work Dr Thiel enjoys spending time with her family, travelling and gardening. She has 3 children and works on a part time basis.
Dr Tee is a GP in Adelaide with expertise in Women's Health Issues and Paediatrics consulting from Pro Health Care Stirling in the Adelaide Hills.
Dr Tee is a General Practice Registrar with South Australian Provider, GPEX. She completed her medical degree at Adelaide University in 2013 and has also worked at the Queen Elizabeth and Women’s and Children’s Hospitals. In 2015 Kristen completed her diploma in Child Health and Certificate of Women’s Health, subsequently joining the Pro Health Care Team in 2016. Dr Tee has an interest in Women’s Health and Paediatrics, including Antenatal Shared Care and insertion of contraceptive devices. She is also a reviewer for the Australian Family Physician Journal and contributes to student teaching on the eMedici site.
Dr Gleeson is an Adelaide trained General Practitioner with expertise in Paediatric Medicine and Sports / Musculo-Skeletal Medicine. Dr Gleeson consults from our Stirling Medical Centre.
Dr. Gleeson completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2005, before going on to study medicine at Flinders University, graduating in 2011. He completed several years in paediatric training throughout South Australia before beginning work in general practice.
Beyond medicine, Dr. Gleeson enjoys cycling, tennis, and spending as much time with his young family as possible.
Dr. Gleeson has special interests in paediatrics and young adults, men’s health, musculoskeletal and sports medicine.
Dr Chinpo Sam is a doctor in Stirling in the Adelaide Hills with expertise in Family Medicine, Geriatrics, Women's Health and Paediatrics.
Dr Chinpo Sam studied at the University of Adelaide and commenced her internship in 2000 during which she worked within a number of Adelaide Public Hospitals in the areas of General Medicine and Palliative Care. Dr Sam commenced working in General Practice in 2004 and has worked at our Stirling Practice since 2005, developing interests in family medicine, geriatrics, women’s health and paediatrics.
Outside of Medicine Dr Sam enjoys family time with her husband and two children.
Dr Kassandra Fairhall is a doctor in Stirling in the Adelaide Hills with expertise in Mental Health, Adolescent Health, Chronic Pain, Contraception and Sexual Health, Travel Medicine and Dermatology.
Dr Kassandra Fairhall was born and grew up in Murwillumbah, a small country town in northern NSW, and completed her Bachelor of Science at University of Queensland graduating in 2003. She subsequently undertook the Postgraduate Medical program at Flinders University, including a 12 week placement in rural general practice, graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery in 2007.
Dr Fairhall continued her training with the Southern Adelaide Health Service covering a broad range of areas including Mental Health and general medicine. She became a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2012 after completing her training in the community setting.
Dr Fairhall has been involved in teaching throughout her career and is currently a Clinical Skills tutor with the School of Medicine at Flinders University. She has developed her medical interests through her experience with Headspace (youth health), attachments in teaching and chronic pain and addiction medicine, and has completed further training in skin procedures.
Dr Fairhall enjoys all aspects of general medicine and the variety of general practice but also has interests in mental health, adolescent health, chronic pain, contraception and sexual health, travel medicine and dermatology including procedures.
Dr Fairhall enjoys spending time with her young family, travelling, cooking and entertaining, and scuba diving locally and internationally.
Dr Margaret Low is a doctor in Stirling in the Adelaide Hills, her special interests include women's health and geriatric medicine.
Dr Margaret Low has been a GP for over 15 years. She is a Hills local, with older teenager children. She has many years’ experience in geriatric medicine, women’s health and takes an interest in chronic disease management.
Dr Lindy Poole is a doctor in Stirling in the Adelaide Hills with expertise in Nutritional and Complimentary Medicine and Obstetrics.
Dr Lindy Poole graduated from the University of Adelaide Medical School in 1980. After further rural studies she and her husband Dr Jonas Kasauskas moved to Kingston SE in 1983 to be the sole GP’S with the full spectrum of rural medicine – own hospital/accident and emergency/obstetrics /minor surgery as well as general medicine.
Dr Poole’s interest in nutritional and complimentary medicine (integrative medicine) had its origin in that practice and has grown ever since. She moved from the country to become a partner in Stirling Medical Centre in 1996. She has a Fellowship of RACGP and has been a long time member of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (MACNEM).
She is accredited for obstetric shared care.
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Dr Jonas Kasauskas is a doctor in Stirling in the Adelaide Hills with interests in Aviation Medicine and minor procedural surgery.
After completing his Internship at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, he participated in the Family Medicine Programme, including training for Obstetrics and Anaesthetics, as preparation for rural General Practice. The move from Adelaide to Kingston SE, with partner Dr Lindy Poole, happened in 1983, where he managed his own practice for a total of 17 years, assisted by a third doctor from 1988.
Since happily joining Stirling Medical Centre in 2000, Dr Kasauskas has also maintained his interest in Rural Medicine by doing regular (1 week in 6) locum work with Rural Doctors Workforce Agency, all around South Australia.
Although no longer actively involved in Obstetrics and Anaesthetics, he has retained his interest in Aviation Medicine, and minor surgery, including regular surgical assists at Stirling District Hospital.
Outside interests include travel, bushwalking, photography, cars, windsurfing, wine and food, and of course, grandchildren!
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