Dr. Chris Goodall has been a GP in Cairns for 8 years being a principal at Redlynch Medical Centre for 7 of these years as well as involved in Dial a Doctor Cairns and a Director of Dial a Doctor Perth.
Dr Chris had a practice on the Sunshine Coast for 8 years and prior to this has worked in Winton, Boulia and the Whitsunday Islands; there has also been overseas experience in the UK, Mauritius and Brunei.
Dr Chris also had a successful ABC local radio medical talkback show in Cairns.
He is happily married with 3 young children.
He has an extensive experience in medicine compounded by his easygoing nature that enables him to have a fantastic rapport with his patients.
Beyond work his interests outside of family life include boating, fitness training and more boating.
Dr. Sue Swanston is a highly skilled GP currently working in Cairns and has done for several years. She has a vast experience in many fields of medicine and is a fully trained and qualified vascular surgeon.
Dr Sue has many other qualifications in General Practice above and beyond the expected including Aviation Medicine, Travel Medicine, Mirena IUD insertions and her ambition to expand her cosmetic vein therapies.
Dr Sue has a loyal and expansive following of patients and she manages to balance this with her role as a wife and mother of 3 children. Dr Sue’s passion outside medicine and her family are her horses and riding.
Henry Gobus – Psychologist
Elke Goodall – Practice Manager
Dr Mehedi Masud has been working as a general practitioner in Cairns since 2012. He takes pride of having a caring rapport with his patients and their families, and assisting them in all aspect of their health. His skills and providing services include
– Infant and child health
-Pregnancy related care
-Family planning, contraceptive implant insertion and removal
-Men’s and women’ s health
-Chronic disease care( Diabetes, heart disease, lung disease etc.)
-Minor surgical procedure ( newborn tongue tie release, skin excision, ingrown toe nail surgery etc)
– work cover claims
“Originally from Canada, I decided to pursue my medical education at University of Queensland in 2013. The sun, warmth, sea and beautiful Australian people, convinced me to stay after graduating. After four years of working in the hospital, I decided to follow in my father’s footsteps, and branch out to community medicine. I am thankful for the opportunity that I’ve been given at Plaza Family Health as I undertake my Gp training. My interests remain quite broad at the moment, but I do enjoy paediatrics, cardiology and palliative care. I look forward to meeting more patients and exploring more of Cairns as the year progresses.”