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.
Dr. Andrew is a GP Obstetrician and Lactation Consultant who has been delivering babies at Mt Barker Hospital since 2011. She has special interests in antenatal care, postnatal support (including lactation, infant sleep and unsettled infant behaviour), women’s health and paediatrics. Briony is also happy to see patients with any type of general practice issue.
Jane is a General Practice Registrar who has been at Belair Medical for the last 3 years. 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 enjoys spending time with her family, which includes a very active Kelpie Cross who loves walks.
Registrar completing their GP Speciality training
Jan has since worked for RFDS, Family Planning, in Aboriginal Health, and as a Medical Educator and Examiner for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Dr Jan is interested in all aspects of General Practice and Health Prevention and is available for consultations, minor office procedures (Implanon, Mirena and IUD insertions, assessment and treatment of skin lesions), and antenatal care.
When not working at Belair, Jan continues to train the next generation of GPs. She spends her downtime beach and bush walking, reading, watching foreign films, learning French, tending her kitchen garden, and experimenting with flavour in the kitchen.
Registrar completing their GP Speciality training.
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.