All doctors working at Belair Medical, other than our Registrars, are Independent Contractors. They each have their own registered business and ABN. This means that they have autonomy over the choices they make when treating you, billing you and the times and days and hours they work.
The Doctors working at Belair share similar ideals, interests and thoughts on how they want to practice medicine. They discuss new techniques, review patients treatments and support and learn from one another. By pooling resources and working cohesively the General Practitioners at Belair Medical together give our patients the best possible service.
Dr. Roxburgh has practised at Belair Medical since 1989. She has a special interest in counselling, nutrition and women’s health.
Dr. Harvey is a GP with a Diploma in Child Health and interests in paediatrics, women’s health and preventative medicine. She enjoys seeing women during their pregnancy and is part of the shared care program.
Dr. Roxburgh has worked extensively in emergency medicine in both rural and city hospitals. She has a special interest in women’s health, emergency medicine and paediatrics.
Fleur graduated from the University of Notre Dame (Sydney) in 2015. After working at various NSW hospitals over the following 2 years, she subsequently completed a Diploma of Child Health and worked in paediatrics for 12 months prior to specialising in General Practice.
She has worked at multiple GP practices across metropolitan Adelaide as well as several Aboriginal Health Clinics.
Fleur is interested in paediatrics, women’s health and sexual health.
Melissa’s interests include chronic disease prevention and management, headache, and children’s encopresis and soiling. She is also trained in Implanon insertion and does iron infusions.
Jane enjoys all aspects of general practice from Paediatric medicine to Geriatric medicine and chronic disease management, women’s health and mental health. She enjoys talking with her patients and understanding their concerns in the context of their lives, understanding everyone is an individual. Jane is particularly passionate about lifestyle medicine and discussing how lifestyle modification can help people achieve their health goals. In her spare time she delights in spending time with her young family, and taking her dog for long walks.
After working at Flinders Medical Centre, the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide and the Royal Hobart Hospital, Dr Shimmin chose to specialise in general practice.
She has practiced as a GP in the southern suburbs of Adelaide for 10 years. She has a special interest in the care of women and children, such as antenatal shared care, menopause and contraception including the insertion/removal of Implanons, Mirena and copper IUDs. Her professional interests also include travel advice and travel vaccinations.
Dr Shimmin also holds a Diploma of Child Health and a Certificate of Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Alice is a GP with a special interest in the care of women and children. She enjoys providing shared care to pregnant women and is an accredited NDC practitioner. In this role, Alice practices an holistic approach to parents and babies in early life, providing individualised support with feeding, sleep and settling, the transition to motherhood and mental health. Alice is currently working towards her IBCLC certification (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant) and holds a Diploma of Child Health and a Certificate of Sexual and Reproductive Health.
She loves getting to know her patients and working with them to find solutions to suit their unique circumstances.
Dr. Bang Nguyen completed Medical School at The University of Adelaide and subsequently spent time working various departments in hospital as a junior doctor.
She is currently working towards her Fellowship through the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
She has a broad range of interests, enjoying the variety of work, continuity of care and opportunity to educate patients in General Practice.
Dr. Gill graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2015. He has worked primarily in the Central Adelaide Local Health Network Hospitals prior to commencing in General Practice.
He is currently working towards his Fellowship through the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Zameer’s interests include chronic disease prevention and management, emergency medicine and skin cancer.