Dr. Campbell graduated from Adelaide University in 1978 and embarked on “a journey of discovery”, working in five states of Australia over the next five years to gain the skills necessary for rural medicine.
Dr Jane Greacen is a General Practitioner at the Cunninghame Arm Medical Centre, Lakes Entrance and the Gippsland & East Gippsland Aboriginal Cooperative, Bairnsdale.
She is the Director of Medical Services for Omeo District Health Services, and also part-time Senior Lecturer with Monash University East Gippsland Regional Clinical School. She is involved with Rainforest Conservation in East Gippsland and the Seafarer’s Festival in Lakes Entrance.
Dr Ian Broom spent his formative years in Manchester, England before moving up to Scotland in 1977, graduating with a Science degree in Anatomy and Experimental Pathology from the University of St Andrews in 1981.Wondering what on earth he would do with this, he decided to pursue a degree in Medicine and trundled all the way down to Cardiff to graduate from the University of Wales College of Medicine in 1984.
Dr. Kay Win graduated from the University of Medicine (1), Yangon, Myanmar in 2007. After a few years of clinical experiences, she moved to Australia in 2010.
Dr Greg Hayes has been working with CAMC as a locum for over eight years. Before that he had a private practice in Beaumaris for twenty years. When his four children became “independent” and his wife, Lynda, returned to nursing after Managing his Practice, Greg decided it was time for a seachange of sorts.Over the eight years CAMC has shared Greg’s expertise and unique sense of humour with many outback NSW and NT communities. Greg has been a Locum at Tallangatta, Mallacoota and Kintore to name a few.
Dr Bodenstein was born in South Africa in a small mission hospital where her father was the only doctor, so it is not surprising that she always aspired to a career in medicine. However, she first did a BA degree, went on to study towards a diploma, then completed an Honours degree in Journalism.Her first job was as assistant editor of a computer magazine, which somehow led to a lateral career move to become a COBOL computer programmer.
Dr Tadrous graduated from medical school in Egypt in 2005. In 2007 he finished his internship and started working as a rural GP in Egypt until early 2009. In January 2009, he moved to Australia and a job opportunity in Mount Gambier, South Ausralia. He worked as a GP for 5 and 1/2 years. He moved to Gippsland as his wife was offered the role of Medical Officer in Bairnsdale and they are loving the move to the area. Together they are raising a girl in our wonderful seaside town. Dr Tadrous' special interest in medecine is 'General prevnentative medicine', 'mental health', 'palliative care' and 'sports medicine'. His interests in life is swimming, soccer and travelling and he wants to learn fishing, so please give him some tips next time you're in to see him.