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I graduated from Leeds University in 1996 and worked in UCLH, Barts and the London NHS and other London centres for 15 years before coming to Australia where I had further training in General Surgery and Urology in Adelaide, Brisbane and Melbourne. Having completed my surgical training, I found myself attracted towards a more wholesome approach in primary care, where patient’s wellbeing and health is the primary focus. I am excited and privileged to be able to join this wonderful team of doctors and nurses at Littlehampton where we hope to participate in empowering your life journey towards better health.
Dr Jasmine joined our practice as a senior GP registrar training towards fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She graduated from Monash University in 2013 and has gained a broad range of experience and skills through hospital and GP work undertaken over the years. Jasmine enjoys all aspects of general practice. Outside of work, she enjoys slow living through cooking, spending time with her young family and pilates.
Kathryn graduated from the University of Western Sydney in 2012 before undertaking hospital training in Sydney, rural NSW and at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide. She completed her GP training with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2020 and has a diploma with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Kathryn’s particular interests include reproductive and sexual health. She offers antenatal shared care, contraceptive counselling including IUD and implanon insertions/ removals, menopausal management and sexual health screening and care, in addition to general family medicine. Kathryn will be joining our team at Littlehampton part-time.
Dr Jade achieved her medical degree at Deakin University in regional Victoria and completed internship at South West Healthcare in Warrnambool along the beautiful Great Ocean Road. She then discovered a passion for women and children’s health during an 18 month residency at the Women’s and Children’s hospital. Jade has completed her Diploma of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DRANZCOG) and enjoys providing pregnancy and postnatal care. She is looking forward to completing her Advanced DRANZCOG to provide intrapartum care. Jade is currently a registrar with the RACGP and after spending a year training in regional SA is excited to continue her General Practice training in the Adelaide Hills. In her spare time she enjoys slow living through cooking, gardening and catching up with family and friends. Jade is passionate about herd immunity through COVID vaccination so that she can travel to Morocco and fly in a hot air balloon when international borders open.
Special Interest includes General Medicine
Dr Skye Curlis graduated from Monash University in 2003 and completed her hospital training in Victoria before moving to the UK to work in Emergency Medicine. Upon her return to Australia, she completed her General Practice training whilst working for the Royal Flying Doctors, covering remote communities on Cape Yorke from the RFDS base in Cairns. Dr Curlis moved to the Adelaide Hills with her husband and 2 young sons in early 2017 and has worked at Littlehampton since. She also takes part in the after hours roster at Mt Barker Hospital and is currently employed as the interim Medical Director for that service. Dr Curlis’ areas of special interest include chronic disease management, women’s health including shared obstetric care and paediatrics (obtained my Diploma of Child Health in 2012). Dr Curlis currently works Monday’s, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturday’s (on roster) and is happy to see new patients.
Dr Lucy Jones joins our practice as a GP registrar training towards a fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General practitioners. Lucy graduated from the University of Birmingham, UK, in 2014 and subsequently worked at a district general hospital in a variety of specialities before moving to Australia in 2017. Since moving to Adelaide, Lucy has completed her Diploma in Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology. More recently Lucy has been working at Flinders Medical Centre Emergency Department. Lucy enjoys all aspects of general practice but has a keen interest in Women’s health, Obstetrics and Paediatrics.
Rebecca completed her internship and residency achieving her Doctor of Medicine and Surgery at the Aust National University in 2016. She then spent 2 years at the Sydney Childrens Hospital Network completing the Sydney Child Health Program. Rebecca moved to Adelaide to commence her GP training. She is now a Registrar with the RACGP and has gained valuable experience on this program in the city and other country areas.
Rebecca’s special interests include Preventative Health, Chronic disease management and Childrens Health.
Matthew is a proud Gamilaraay man and graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1999.
After three years of hospital-based training across Adelaide, he travelled to the UK in 2003 and worked in the NHS.
In 2004, he started in Rural General Practice at Balaklava and Moonta in SA.
Matthew completed GP Anaesthetics Training at Modbury Hospital in 2006 and has been living in the Adelaide Hills with his young family, since 2007.
He has participated in the Theatre and on-call Obstetric Anaesthesia roster at Mt Barker Hospital for more than a decade.
A regular visitor to the Dept Anaesthesia at Women’s and Children’s Hospital, for voluntary upskilling with children. He maintains CPD in both General Practice and Anaesthesia.
Matthew enjoys seeing all patients across the breadth of General Practice but has most training and experience in Adult and Elderly Psychiatry and Aboriginal Health.
He is also a Senior Consultant for SALHN, at the Aboriginal Family Clinic.
He received a University Blue, making the Australian Universities Rifle Team and SA Under 25 Champion, in 1993-94.
He was Chair of the SA Aboriginal Health Research Ethics Committee for a number of years.
Now an avid cyclist, he attends to the family’s hobby farm in his spare time.
Dr Katrina Allen is a qualified GP and sexual health physician (Fellow of the Royal Australian College of GPs and a Fellow of the Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine). She has a particular interest in sexual and reproductive health, including contraception and menopause in particular. Dr Allen has been with the Central Clinic in Mt Barker and then Littlehampton Medical Centre for over 20 years. She is part-time, working Wednesdays and Thursdays and is involved in the clinic’s teaching practice. Although immediate appointments are not always available, she does see new patients.
Grace Graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2014, She then obtained a wide variety of experience across the RAH, TQEH, LMH, Modbury hospital and one years experience in the RAH emergency department.
She obtained her General Practice Fellowship in 2020 and is currently a registrar for aesthetic medicine.
Grace speaks English and Korean. She is interested in K-Beauty, acne care, enjoys sightseeing, food tasting and is hoping to learn golf, pottery and the Bible.
Claire Riebeling is an Adelaide local who graduated in 2011 at the University of Adelaide, working predominantly at the Lyell McEwin Hospital before completing her specialist GP training in 2018. Claire works part time in both general practice and emergency medicine, and also occasionally does surgical assisting. Her special interests in general practice are in working with children, sexual health, preventative medicine and health checkups. Outside of medicine, Claire enjoys playing hockey, gardening and cooking with varying degrees of success! She also loves to walk her friends’ dogs and hopes to get one of her own soon.
Special Interests include General Medical, Musculoskeletal Medicine and Cosmetic Medicine
Dr Cara Bryant is one of two Practice Principals of Littlehampton Medical Centre. Dr Bryant has been providing quality health care to families in the Adelaide Hills for more than 20 years. She graduated in 1989 with an MBBS, is vocationally registered (FRACGP) and has Advanced Diplomas in Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology (RANZCOG) and Child Health, with further qualifications in radiology, lactation, medical acupuncture and practice management. Her special interests include Obstetrics, Women’s Health, Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Medical Acupuncture and General Practice. Dr Bryant also actively engages in continuous training and as supervisor for both registrars and medical students.
Dr Andrew Lane completed his medical training at Flinders University in 2002. He spent the next 4 years working in the UK and South Africa. Returning to Australia in 2007 Dr Lane made the decision to pursue a career in rural general practice and completed further training in general medicine, paediatric emergency care, obstetrics and anaesthetics. He then worked in Murray Bridge as a GP for 3 years, before moving to Littlehampton in 2014.
Dr Lane has many interests including family medicine, complex medical conditions (e.g. diabetes), men’s health, aged care and emergency medicine. Having travelled widely and worked in the developing world he has a particular enthusiasm for Travel Medicine. He has completed additional training in that field and is well qualified for all travel advice.
Dr Lane also has admitting rights at the Mt Barker Hospital and works in the Emergency Department. He makes weekly visits to local nursing homes and works Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at Littlehampton Medical Centre.
Dr Nicola Wisdom has been working at Littlehampton Medical Centre for almost 7 years. She graduated from Adelaide University in 2009, and completed further training at the Royal Adelaide and Women’s and Children’s hospital. She completed General Practice Specialist training, with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, in 2014. Dr Wisdom has a particular interest in child and adolescent health, having obtained a Diploma of Child and Youth Health in 2011. She also enjoys women’s health. Other than consulting at Littlehampton Medical Centre, Dr Wisdom works for GPEx as a Medical Educator where she teaches GP trainees. Outside of medicine Dr. Wisdom enjoys most sports, supporting the Adelaide Crows, Liverpool Football Club and the Australian Cricket team. She also enjoys spending time with her young family and Labrador Ruby.
Dr Thomas Mathew joins our practice as a GP registrar training towards fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Graduating with Honours from Monash University in 2013 he has gained a broad range of experience and skills through hospital and GP work undertaken over the last 7 years. Dr Mathew has recently obtained his Diploma in Dermatology and is completing certificates in Skin Cancer Medicine and Dermoscopy.
Dr Boris Eskandari-Marandi is one of two Practice Principles at Littlehampton Medical Centre. He holds a Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of GPs and a Master of Medicine in the field of Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine.
Dr Boris graduated from Flinders University in 1993. He then spent the following 7 years working at the Flinders Medical Centre, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Hospital and The Lyell McEwin Hospital gaining experience in a broad range of medical specialties. He moved to the Adelaide Hills in 2000 and has been a member of the Littlehampton team ever since. He is also an accredited supervisor for GP Registrars and is involved in teaching medical students at the clinic. Dr Boris has a special interest in skin cancer medicine and runs skin cancer clinics twice a week. He also consults four days a week, including some Saturdays, in all areas of general practice. He provides regular visits to Sash Ferguson and Oakfield Nursing Homes in Mt Barker, and the Hahndorf Residential Care Facility in Hahndorf and also takes part in the inpatient management of patients at Mt Barker DSM Hospital.