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B.Econ(Hons) MBBS DAvmed MPH FRACGP FARGP FRACMA FACAsM GAICD MRAeS
Practice Principal, RACGP Supervisor, Tropical Medical Training Medical Educator, Rural Generalist Training Advisor: Queensland Rural Generalist Pathway.
Dr. Clements gained his specialist qualifications in General Practice after training in various locations in Australia and across the world. Under the Royal Australian Air Force Graduate Medical Scheme, Dr Clements served in Australia, the Middle East and on exchange in the United Kingdom before deciding to settle into Townsville. During this time Dr Clements qualified as a Specialist Aviation Medical Officer with the RAAF and he continues in the RAAF Specialist Reserve.
After some time spent as the Director of Medical Services at Ingham Hospital Dr Clements then moved on to Townsville Hospital as the Medical Director for Health and Wellbeing Service Group. During this time Dr Clements finalised his management training and he has now returned to general practice and set up Fairfield Central Medical Practice with a vision to provide quality, evidence based team care using modern technology in a family medicine environment.
Dr Clements has a keen interest in mental health, chronic disease and palliative care, and his military service has meant he has a keen desire to support ex-service personnel and families of serving members. The rest of the team at the practice have been carefully selected and trained to provide patients with a positive and engaging experience. Satisfaction comes from helping patients navigate their health journey.
Medical Director, JCU Medical Student Supervisor
Dr Eltherington is a local James Cook University graduate who has worked in Townsville for the last 8 years. Jessica completed her specialist training in General Practice in 2017. Jessica enjoys all aspects of general practice with particular interests in Women’s and Children’s Health, Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Medicine and enjoys Chronic Disease Management. Jessica has recently returned from Maternity leave and is gradually increasing her working hours.
MBBS (Germany), PhD (Germany), FRACGP
Dr. Olaf studied Medicine at the LMU Munich/Germany from 1992-1997, and at the FU Berlin/Germany from 1997-1998 where he graduated in medicine. He completed his PhD in medicine (drug and alcohol) in 2007. He came to Australia in 2003 and worked for several years in Emergency Departments north of Brisbane. Since 2007, Dr. Olaf worked as a GP in rural and metropolitan areas. He became a fellow of the FRACG/Australia in 2012.
He is author of several books and articles, mainly around diving medicine. He has a diverse medical background, including hyperbaric and diving medicine, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, emergency medicine, skin cancer treatment, sports injuries and general practice. He has also great interest in chronic disease care. In the recent years he worked as a doctor for the Australian Defence Force, hence he is dedicated to provide care for ex-service personnel and families of serving members.
B Sc. MBBS
Dr Kaila graduated from the Sydney Medical School in 2014. Her undergraduate degree is in biology and genetics. She has trained in NSW and Queensland as a junior doctor. She did her GP training in Townsville. She has completed her RACGP training and will be awarded her fellowship later this year. Dr Kaila loves all aspects of general practice. She has several areas of interest: paediatric, women’s health and antenatal care, chronic disease management, aged care and palliative care. She wants to provide effective integrative care for her patients. She has a strong focus on preventative health and health education. She is currently working full-time. In her spare time, she loves to read, spend time at the strand and travel.
Dr Jedraszczyk was born in Poland and grew up in Canada where he completed a Bachelor of Human Kinetics at Brock University in St. Catharines. At university, he was part of a study which supported the hypothesis that life skills are able to be taught by social games in at risk youths.
He participated in a Solidarity Experience Abroad program in Peru helping disadvantaged children in shanty towns. The program assisted the villagers in building stairs, provided school supplies and assisting with excursions which allowed the children to experience grass and a playground for the first time.
Rafal joined the Canadian Defence force serving 6 years in the infantry and 4 years in the medical stream as a Healthcare Administrator. He then moved to Australia where he completed medical school at James Cook University.
He is very passionate about patients living life to the fullest by being active and healthy. Rafal is interested in emergency medicine, rural medicine and classic cars.
Rafal is also able to communicate in Polish
Senior Practice Nurse
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