Dr Graham Stevens
Qualified in the UK as a GP in 2000 then took the Fellowship in Australia in 2007. Dr Stevens works part time in the emergency department and values both jobs as making a rounded competent Doctor.
He enjoys teaching and astronomy/scuba diving. Has an interest in sexual health/men's health and emergency medicine.
Fellow of the RACGP, Certificate member of the Australasian College Of Emergency Medicine. Member Of the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society.
Dr Delfin Sansom
Dr Delfin Sansom has joined Bathurst Street Skin Cancer Clinic and is experienced and qualified in skin cancer diagnosis and management.
Delfin is a Skin Cancer College of Australasia approved doctor.
He is passionate about the prevention, early diagnosis and best management of skin cancers.
His services include skin checks, non-surgical and surgical management of skin cancers.
MBBS DCH FRACGP ACCD ACCSCMS
Dr Edward Foley
Dr Ed Foley is a GP experienced in Skin Cancer Medicine, and is delighted to be welcoming patients to the Bathurst Street Skin Cancer Clinic for comprehensive care, including skin checks and surgical management. He is currently undertaking his Masters in Skin Cancer Medicine through the University of Queensland.
Dr Emma Foster
Dr Emma Foster completed her training in Hobart and has worked as a Geriatric Registrar at the Royal Hobart Hospital, a Skin Cancer Doctor; and as a GP in Lindisfarne, Claremont and New Town. While she enjoys General Practice, her special interests are in Dermatology and Dementia. This year, she aims to complete more study in the Sports Medicine field.
Dr Natasha Litjens
Dr Natasha Litjens graduate from the University of Adelaide and has over 20 years, experience in General Practice. Her special areas of interest include women health and assisting patients with weight management and metabolic conditions.
Dr Athena Pantazis
Dr Athena Pantazis graduated from the University of Tasmania in 1996 and worked at the Royal Hobart Hospital until 2005 displaying an interest in General Medicine. In 2007 Dr Pantazis became a Fellow of the RACGP and has worked in General Practice since that time and has an interest in Women's and Children's health care.
Dr Meg Creely
Dr Meg Creely is a GP originally from ‘the mainland’. She completed her training at Monash University and continued working through some of Melbourne’s major hospital networks. In search of more bushwalking and good food she moved down south to Tasmania and has been working as a GP around Hobart for several years. She enjoys the variety of general practice and has a special interest in the area of women's and children's health.
MBBS, FRACGP, DRANZOG
Dr Karen Vaughan
Dr Karen graduated from the University of Tasmania in 1998 and has many years experience in General Practice.
Her special interest are:
- Family Medicine
- Chronic disease
- Mental health
- Skin checks
- Children's Health
- Travel advice/Immunisations
- Skin lesion removal/excisions
- Implanon insertion and removal
- STI checks
- Contraceptive advice