Doctors


> Clinical Associate Professor Ann Ellacott MBBS, M.FOREN.MED
Dr Ellacott has been practising Medicine for 36 years, 34 years at TMP.  Dr Ellacott’s areas of interest include

  • General Practice
  • Aged Care
  • Sexual Assault Medicine
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Medical Education

Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday afternoon and Friday.

Mal Dr Malcolm French MBBS (UNSW) DRACOG

Dr French has been practising medicine for 32 years, 26 of those have been at TMP.

Dr French enjoys the diversity that comes with General Practice.  He particularly enjoys procedures and obstetrics. Most gratifying to him is the patient relationships built over the years and the trust and experience between Doctor and patient.

Available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Greg Dr Greg Vickers MB, BS, Dip.obst, RACOG

Dr Vickers has been practising medicine at TMP since 1983.

He enjoys the continuity of patient care and the diversity which comes with General Practice.

Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday morning, Thursday and Friday.

Michael Dr Michael Momsen MB BS (University of Sydney)

When Dr Momsen started work at Thirroul Medical Practice, Thirroul had only one set of traffic lights. He enjoys the variety of general practice and is grateful for the opportunity to care for families over multiple generations.

Available Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Fiona Dr Fiona Williams MBChB, MRCGP, FRACGP, DRCOG

Dr Williams has been working at TMP for 12 years, she has been practising medicine for 23 years.

Dr Williams has a passion for

  • Holistic Care
  • Continuing Care
  • Paediatrics
  • Geriatrics

Available Monday and Thursday.

Tony Dr Anthony McDevitt MBBS Uni NSW, RACO&G, FRACGP, FACRRM

Dr McDevitt has been with TMP since 2004.  Previous to this he trained in Hornsby, Newcastle, London and then worked as a precedural GP (Obstetrics and Anaesthetics) in Moree for 18 years.

Dr McDevitt has a great love for Rural General Practice and admiration for all his rural practice colleagues.

Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday morning.

Lisa Dr Melissa Brown BHSc MBBS FRACGP

Dr Brown completed her medical degree at University of Sydney in 2005.  She has always practiced medicine in the Illawarra and joined TMP in 2011.

Dr Brown chose to work in General Practice for the challenges and rewards, she wanted to work with the community, getting to know patients and their families rather than in a hospital environment.  It is the only field of medicine where the Doctor can be involved in all aspects of health care – from the first week of life, right up until the end of life.

“Every day I feel grateful for the opportunities I have had which have resulted in a career in General Practice”

Available Tuesday morning, Wednesday afternoon, Thursday morning, Friday afternoon.

Dr Mitra Hashemi MBBS

Dr Hashemi graduated from the University of WA in 2007 with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degree.  She completed her internship at SCGH in Perth and worked as a resident Medical Office in Wollongong Hospital before enrolling in GP training in 2009. Dr Hashemi joined TMP in 2012.

Dr Hashemi enjoys the diversity of general practice and the continuity of care.  General Practice provides a unique opportunity for doctors to form a bond with their patients by providing comprehensive, lifetime healthcare.

Available Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday morning.

Adam Dr Adam Renwick FRACGP, MBBS, BExSCI

Dr Renwick graduated from Griffith University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery.  Before joining TMP in December 2016, Dr Renwick spent 7 years in a busy Practice in rural Tasmania also servicing the local hospital.

Dr Renwick has an interest in preventative medicine, sports medicine, holistic health and palliative care.

A keen sportsman, Dr Renwick enjoys cycling, Rugby and Cricket.

Available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Susan 3 Dr Susan Beale MBMMED

Dr Susan Beale holds a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Wollongong and a Bachelor of Medical Science with first class honours from Sydney University. She has recently joined the practice as part of the general practice registrar program. She enjoys all aspects of general practice medicine from babies to seniors. Susan does have a particular interest in paediatrics and maternal and women’s health.

Available Monday, Wednesday and Friday.