Dr Bruce Chater has been the practice principal since 1981 and has particular interests in surgery, obstetrics, back manipulation, acupuncture and nutritional medicine.
Dr Adele Love has completed her training in Rural General Practice and has a special interest in Women’s Health. Dr Love works Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 12.30pm. Once a month Dr Love provides a Women’s Health Clinic in Taroom.
Elizabeth is also a Medical Officer Right of Private Practice with admitting rights to Theodore Hospital and has an advanced skill in Emergency Medicine.
Matt is studying to become a General Practitioner with Generalist Medical Training (James Cook University) at Theodore Medical, under the guidance of Dr Bruce Chater, in preparation of sitting his Fellowship exams with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine.
Matt is also a Medical Officer Right of Private Practice with admitting rights to Theodore Hospital.
Sabiena is training with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine for her Fellowship to this college. Sabiena has advanced skills in obstetrics and gynaecology as well as Emergency Medicine. Sabiena is a graduate from the University of Melbourne and has worked in Tasmania as well as Mt Isa. When not working and studying, Sabiena enjoys bushwalking sailing, water sports and camping. Sabiena has admitting rights to the Theodore Hospital and has a .5 appointment as one of the Medical Officers Right of Private Practice.
Natalie sees the day to day running of the practice in conjunction with Anne.
As Operations and Finance Manager, Anne co-ordinates the many facets of general practice, particularly in the area of finance.
In May 2019 Anne was awarded the Australian Association of Practice Management Queensland Practice Manager of Year. This award is sponsored by Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited.