If you are experiencing any cold orflu-like symptoms (fever, cough, runny nose, sore or scratchy throat, shortness of breath, loss of sense of smell, sinus or hay fever and diarrhoea), please DO NOT come into the practice. Call us on (07) 5545 1222 for advice on what to do next.
Dr Ann Bennett graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1979. She has extensive experience practicing medicine in hospitals and in General Practice in Britain, rural NSW and Queensland. She has devoted time in recent years to teaching medical students and general practice registrars. She enjoys all aspects of family medicine.
Dr Leeann Carr-Brown graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1988 and completed her General Practice training in 1992. She holds a Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has further training in fertility regulation and an interest in complex chronic health conditions. She has worked in medicine both in hospitals and general practice in Sydney, Canberra, Bungendore, Melbourne and Tamworth in NSW. She has practiced on Tamborine Mountain since 1996 and raised her family here. Dr Carr-Brown currently sits on the board of directors of General Practice Gold Coast.
Dr Sanne Kreijkamp-Kaspers completed her Medical Degree, her GP Specialist Training and her PhD in the Netherlands before relocating to Australia with her family in 2007. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Dr Sanne recently became an Associate Professor at Griffith University (Adjunct position). Dr Sanne enjoys the full range of general practice including working with all age groups and has a special interest in Women’s health.
Dr Jan Zomerdijkcompleted his Medical Degree and GP specialist training in the Netherlands. He has worked in a hospital setting in southern Africa for 5 years and in the Netherlands where he ran his own General Practice for 14 years before relocating to Australia in 2003. Besides English, he speaks Dutch, German and some French. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners, has completed his Diploma of Skin Cancer Medicine (Skin Cancer College Australasia)and holds a Diploma in Dermatology (The Australian Institute of Dermatology). He is and interest in third world medicine and regularly volunteers in a remote community in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
Dr Henri Coombs completed his medical degree (MBChB 1998) and GP qualifications (MRCGP 2003) in England. He completed diplomas in Children’s and Women’s health in Sydney in 2002. He has also completed a Diploma in Sports Medicine, a Diploma in Skin Cancer Medicine (Skin Cancer College Australasia)and a Diploma in Dermatology (The Australian Institute of Dermatology). He works part time in an Emergency Department on the Gold Coast and has an interest in all areas of family medicine.
Dr Marije Dalebout completed her medical degree in New Zealand in 2002 and has worked in Australia since then. She has completed a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and a Masters in Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She enjoys all aspects of general practice and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Marije has a special interest in chronic disease management, women's health and children's health.
TMMP welcomes our newest doctor, Iqbal Meeran. He fortuitously moved to Australia with his partner and daughter just before the pandemic. Dr Meeran did his general practice training in the UK where he was a partner in a practice in Cumbria in the north of England for many years. He has advanced training in dermatology for anyone who has difficult rashes or skin conditions.
Dr Cobie Powell graduated from her medical degree on the Gold Coast in 2011 and has recently completed her GP specialist training (2017). She has completed a diploma in Children's Health. Dr Cobie is keen to assist in all areas of general practice, however she has a special interest in paediatrics and women's health.
Dr Hok-Yee Siu is originally from sunny Scotland, he graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2011. He practised in Scotland for two years before moving to Australia where he worked in emergency medicine for 4 years before completing his training in the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He enjoys all aspects of general practice but has a keen interest in emergency and procedural medicine, paediatrics, and dermatology.
Dr Jardin Taha has been a part of the TMMP team since 2017, having done his medical degree in Victoria before heading back to sunny Queensland. After initially starting training to be a specialist physician, he fell in love with general practice during a stint on Stradbroke Island. He has since completed specialist general practice training and completed a further diploma in child health.