Dr Danielle McComb
MBBS, Dip RACOG, FRACGP, MWomHMed, Dip Child Health.
Danielle studied medicine at the University of Queensland graduating in 1987 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. Over the past 33 years she has enjoyed working in a variety of urban and rural locations throughout Australia.
Danielle obtained her Diploma of Obstretrics and Gynaecology in 1992 and a Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1994, after completing her General Practice Training. In 2018 Danielle obtained a Diploma in Child Health with the Unversity of Sydney and in 2020 completed a Masters of Women’s Health Medicine with the University of UNSW.
After studying and working away, Danielle returned to her hometown of Noosa to practice. Danielle appreciates working with her patients and their families so they can access the best possible health care. Danielle finds providing continuity of care for her patients very satisfying.
Dr Robert Hoffman
MB. BCh (NUI), Ireland 1988
Robert qualified from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 1988. This was followed by four years of post-graduate study in the United Kingdom. In 1991 he moved to Australia when he attained his fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He has worked in General Practice continuously since 1994. His interests includes all aspects of medicine with a particular soft spot for the children of his practice.
Dr David Goss
MB. Chb, FRACGP
David Completed medical training at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. Worked in UK for 2 years before settling in Australia. Nearly 20 years rural and regional GP experience in Australia. Attained FRACGP in 2003, has special training and experience in Skin Cancer Medicine and Advanced Skin Cancer Surgery. Interested in all aspects of Family Medicine with special interests in Dive Medicine, Men’s Health and Skin Cancer.
Dr Matthew Pieterse
MB, ChB (Pretoria, RSA); MSc Sports Medicine (Nottingham, UK), MRCGP (London, UK); FRACGP (Melbourne, Australia); Dip ACSCM (Queensland)
Matthew graduated from the University of Pretoria (South Africa) in 1992, lived, worked and studied in the UK until 2007 and completed a Masters in Sports Medicine from the University of Nottingham.
Since arriving in Australia 9 years ago, He has completed a Diploma with the Australasian College of Skin Cancer Medicine and hold Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practice. I enjoy all aspects of general practice from young families through to aging issues and particularly chronic disease management, men’s health, dermoscopy and surgery for skin cancers. Outside of work he enjoys reading, sport and travelling with his camper trailer.
Dr Lindsay Hantom
Bsc (St Andrews) MBChB (Manchester UK) FRACGP DFSRH
Lindsay qualified in Manchester in 2002 after doing a dual degree initially in St Andrews for the first 3 years. Born near Manchester in a town called Billings. She worked and trained mainly at Salford Royal Hospital which is the city adjacent to Manchester, also at Fairfield General in Bury, Blackburn Royal Infirmary and Chorley Hospital — all in the North West of England. Her interests are varied, enjoying looking after families, children, Women’s health, mental health, also provides contraceptive services and sexual health checks if required.
Dr Joanne Burrough
MBBS (Syd), FRACGP
Joanne holds a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the University of NSW (1988). She has been a vocationally registered GP for 30 years, most of that time in her own practice as a solo GP in Sydney.
Dr Werner Gelderman
MB B.Ch (Stellenbosch University) 1993, FRACGP 2008
In loving memory of our much loved colleague Werner Gelderman 15th August 1969 – 12th September 2023
Tragically, Werner left us in his sleep unexpectedly on the 12th of September 2023. Werner was a much loved colleague and team member here at Noosa Civic Family Practice. Werner’s infectious personality brought a smile to our faces each day and he will be sorely missed. Werner’s passion and commitment to his patients was unfaltering and will be never forgotten by his loyal patients.
Rest in peace, dear Werner. You will never be forgotten, and your memory will forever be a blessing to us all.