General Practitioner BMBS, BMedSci, DRCOG, DFSRH, FRACGP

Dr Mary Lumsden (she/her)

Dr Mary Lumsden qualified from the University of Nottingham (UK) in 2004. She completed GP training in 2011. She emigrated to the Island of Tasmania in 2014 where she has made her home with 2 black Labradors Dory and Pearl. She has a specialist interest in Women's health including insertion of IUDs and holds specialty diplomas in women's health and family planning. She holds Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners.

Areas of interest:
• Chronic disease management
• Women's health
• Family planning
• Mental health
• Health promotion
• General Family Medicine

General Practitioner BMBS(Hons), BMedSci FRACGP

Dr Sarah Burbury (she/her)

Sarah has 13 years experience in General Practice after completing her medical degree at UTAS in 2000, and subsequently her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2006. She lives on a farm in rural Tasmania with her husband and 2 sons and outside of work loves being a mum, cooking and enjoying good food with family and friends, travel, camping and especially taking her beagle ‘Buster' for long walks on the farm!

Sarah chose to specialise in General Practice because it allows her the privilege of getting to know her patients and care for them during good times and bad. She is especially interested in the areas of preventative health, womens and children’s health, family planning and antenatal care.

Areas of interest:
• General Family Medicine
• Chronic disease management
• Family medicine

General Practitioner MBBS(Hons), FRACGP

Dr Katelyn Brooks (she/her)

Dr Katelyn Brooks grew up in Hobart before completing her medical degree at the University of Tasmania in 2015 with Clinical Distinction. She has specialty training in sexual and reproductive health and has interests in women's health. She is currently undertaking her Masters in Public Health at the University of Tasmania, as well as completing the Sydney Child Health Program. Katelyn enjoys camping, bushwalking and kayaking.

Areas of interest:
• General Family Medicine
• Women's health
• Family planning
• Chronic disease management
• Minor surgical procedures

General Practitioner, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Tara Kurrajong (she/her)

Tara studied botany and geology at the University of Tasmania before moving to Adelaide to study medicine. She spent 11 years in the Northern Territory working in a range of settings including remote Aboriginal community health services, before returning to Tasmania in 2018.

Tara received her fellowship of the Royal Australian College of GPs in 2016 and is interested in the full breadth of general practice. She has additional qualifications in children’s health, women’s health and family planning and can insert IUDs. Tara is also familiar with the management of type 1 diabetes including the use of insulin pumps and CGMs.

She enjoys bushwalking and traveling with her family, gardening, singing a capella and making ceramics in her home studio.

General Practitioner, MBBS, BIT, FRACGP

Dr Robbie Luelf (him/his)

Robbie studied at the University of Sydney, and has since worked in both Sydney and Hobart. He made the move to Tasmania with his young family in 2018, and he enjoys gardening, reading and cooking. Robbie loves the breadth of practice in GP, and has a particular interest in men's health, sexual health and LGBT health.

Robbie is an experienced Doctor who is working toward Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Areas of interest:
• Men's health
• Sexual health
• LGBT Health

General Practitioner, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Jennie Mitchell (she/her)

Jennie was born in the UK and undertook her primary medical training there. She moved to Australia in in 1989 and has over 30 years of General Practice experience with the majority in QLD but relocating to southern Tasmania 3 years ago.

She has an interest in all areas of General Practice but particularly womens health and chronic disease care in the elderly.

Outside of medicine she enjoys antique collecting, gardening and playing the piano.

Dr Jennie is accepting her previous patients from Sorell Doctors Surgery, please call the practice. She is not otherwise currently accepting new patients.

Areas of interest:
• Women's health
• Chronic disease management
• Geriatric Health

General Practitioner, MBBS FRACGP

Dr Claire van Breda (she/her)

I grew up in Hobart and graduated from UTAS. I have spent the last 5 years working in various areas to expand my knowledge, including a year working in the Emergency Department. I am interested in all areas of health, particularly women and children's medicine. My interests outside of work are footy, dogs and going for leisurely walks after brunch. Dr van Breda qualified as a Specialist General Practitioner in 2022.

Cathy (she/her)

Cathy is passionate about keeping people out of hospital. She enjoys spending time with her 2 dogs and the rest of her family.
Enrolled Nurse

Sattin (she/her)

Enrolled Nurse

Michele (she/her)

I love fishing, camping and spending time with family and friends. Working in General Practice gives me a chance to work closely with clients to help them achieve their goals for better health outcomes.
Practice Manager

Jane (she/her)

Keeps us all organised and on our toes. Enjoys playing netball and supports the Bothwell Rabbits.

Cathy (she/her)

Reception and general all round star.

Kerryn (she/her)


Megan (she/her)


Tracey (she/her)

I love dogs, sewing and cooking. I enjoy the chance to connect to our patients.
Head of Security


Professional Snuggler


Chief bike chaser

Queen Dot

Transfer from the twelve colonies of Kobol.


Keeping it in the family.

Maple, Ellie and Pania.

First Mate


Little (although rapidly growing) and large models

Oliver and Anita

Perfecting lounging skills.


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