Doctors & Staff

At Kincraig Medical Clinic  we have a team of friendly reception staff available to assist with inquiries, booking appointments and providing information.

Our team of receptionists Emily, Lauren, Carolyn, Nicole, Lana, Georgie, Kristen and Julie work closely with their office Manager Deb Dewhirst to ensure caring and efficient support for our patients. Sue and Brooke will help with any financial queries you may have about Medicare or your out of pocket expenses.

We have a team of Registered and Enrolled nurses who are able to assist patients with blood pressure checks, wound dressings, immunisations and more! We can offer you Chronic disease management appointments and health checks within your home. Jane H, Jane C, Nicole, Chris, Amber, Tania, Molly and Alycia are very caring and ensure that all our patients are well looked after and supported.

ALL the staff at KMC are committed to working together to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.  

Katherine FosterI have worked at Kincraig Medical Clinic for 20 years. I enjoy leading the dynamic team of Doctors, nurses and administration staff who are dedicated to the business and our community.

I have completed a Diploma in Practice Management and Certificate IV in Practice Management.

We work extremely hard as a training practice to ensure that we have a solid future of Doctors for Naracoorte.

I am very proud to say I work at Kincraig Medical Clinic. When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my two daughters and husband.

I graduated from University of Adelaide in 1979.

Principal Medical Officer at Naracoorte Health Service 2001-2005.

I have been a dedicated Doctor servicing rural medicine to the Naracoorte community for 30 years.

I was awarded the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in General Division in 2015.

Grew up in Kyneton, Victoria, schooling Kyneton & Melbourne; Medical degree at University of Melbourne finished 1982. Worked in Shepparton, Bendigo, Williamstown & Frankston Hospitals (Victoria) learning GP, Obstetrics & Anaesthetics. In 1987 I moved to Nhulunbuy, NT where I worked in GP and Aboriginal Health for 4.5 years, then spent a year working at Rockhampton Hospital in Obstetrics and Anaesthetics.

Developed an interest in Skin Cancer Management over the past 15 years; continues to do Anaesthetics, Obstetrics and General Practice.

Came to Naracoorte mid 1992 until present.

Four kids, four grandkids.

Main interests: travel, history and IT outside of work.

Qualifications:

Diploma of Health Science (Nursing) – 1989

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (Flinders) – 1997

DRANZCOG (Adv)

FRACGP

Justice of Peace

I am an experienced rural GP who graduated as a Registered Nurse in 1987 before graduating from the Flinders University in 1997 in Medicing.

My interests include obstetrics, women’s health, paediatrics, men’s health and sports injuries.

I work in conjunction with ICARNET and run the Exercise Stress Test program for the rapid assessment of chest pain.

I have a particular interest in Women’s Health and currently accredited for the management of complicated Obstetrics at the Naracoorte Hospital.

Actively involved with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) as the representative for all rural GP’s from 2002 to 2009 and was awarded the distinguished Service award for his services to the college.

Currently the chief examiner for the Diploma of Obstetrics exam in Australia for the past 6 years as well as being an examiner for the exam since 2002.

I have also been actively involved in the ongoing education of doctors throughout Australia with the organisation of Women’s Health educational days held throughout the country.

Examiner of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP), a member of the RDASA and was vice president from 2014 to 2016.

Currently Principal Medical Officer of Naracoorte Health Service

Interests outside of work include cycling, squash, fishing and camping.

I graduated in 1976 and have worked for over 20 years in country medicine.

I am interested in women’s health and assisting patients medically and emotionally through their life journey.

My interests outside of work include classical and Christian music, nature and spending time with family and grandchildren.

I graduated from Monash University, Melbourne in 2005. I have an interest in Obstetric and Paediatric medicine. In my spare time I like to play golf (badly) and snowboard, although there is not a lot of time to do this with a young family in tow!

I completed my medical degree through the University of New South Wales, graduated 2011. Have since then completed Diploma of Anaesthetics at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in 2015. Still completing my Diploma of Obstetrics following time at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in 2014.

I have obtained post-graduate qualifications in Anaesthetics. Interested in Obstetrics, Women’s Health, preventative medicine, emergency medicine and paediatrics.

I enjoy cooking, spending time with friends and family, gardening and spending time on the farm. Currently, I don’t have much spare time so I am looking forward to completing my General Practice exams and rediscovering these hobbies.

Graduated in a top 5 medical college, the Sun Yat-Sen Medical College in Guangzhou, PRC in 1984
– 1987 arrived Australia and mainly lives in Adelaide
– two year service to the RPAH, the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, in Sydney
– one year service to FMC
– 6mths of mental health RMO training and service to Modbury Hospital and Adelaide Mental Health (North)
– since 2013, services to South East side of the country from Casterton to Naracoorte
– speaking English, Cantonese, mandarin, Kaga (a southern China dialect)
– like taking photos, cooking, travelling, fishing and hunting

I graduated from University of Nigeria in 2004, completed an internship rotations in Surgery, medicine, paediatrics and OB/GYN in 2005, at University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital. I worked briefly in Nigeria before migrating to Jamaica where I had further rotations in internal medicine, family medicine and surgery. At that point I made up my mind that I wanted to be a general practitioner. Once I completed one year training in surgery and passed Caribbean licensing examinations, I moved into full time general practice. In 2010 I moved to British Virgin Islands where I worked as a general practitioner as well as emergency room officer on duties. I continued to study and attended numerous training opportunities. I passed the necessary examinations and moved to Australia in 2016 with the aim of practicing rural general practice.  Luckily for me, I got a job in Naracoorte and moved in with my family. My mission is to offer the best possible service available to my clients and I believe that wherever I am is where God wants me to be at that particular time.