Dr Ken Gilmour
MBBS, DA (UK), FRACGP, FACRRM
Born and bred just along the road in Miles, Ken is a local who spent many years in general practice in England, Rockhampton and St George before coming home. Ken joined Chinchilla Medical Practice in 1988.
When not practicing medicine Ken is a keen cyclist and water skier.
Dr Tom Clarke
MBBS, D Obst ROCG, DCH, FRACGP, FACRRM, DACSCM, MM (Skin Cancer Medicine)
Born and bred in Chinchilla, Tom has the experience of 5 years of full time of hospital teaching & 30+ years of General Practice to his credit, both in England and Australia, spending l0 years in Rockhampton prior to coming home to Chinchilla.
Dr Clarke has developed a great interest in Skin Cancer Medicine. This led him to undertake a prolonged specialised education programme in the field and his attainment of a Post Graduate Diploma in Skin Cancer Surgery from the Australasian College of Skin Cancer Medicine and a Masters in Medicine in Skin Cancer (University of Queensland).
As well as interests in rural medicine, Tom has Post Graduate Diploma qualifications in Obstetrics and Paediatrics. When not practicing Medicine, Tom is a hopeful race horse owner and successful olive grower, with an orchard of around 700 olive trees on his property here in Chinchilla. Tom visits a dedicated skin cancer practice at Logan Central each fortnight and offers his services as a skin cancer proceduralist to their community.
Dr Elizabeth Prictor
Originally from Brisbane, Elizabeth studied Medicine at University of Queensland, and worked in several Hospitals within Queensland (Princess Alexandra, Redlands, Mount Isa, and most recently, Toowoomba) and New Zealand. She enjoys working with patients in the full spectrum of specialties, from Obstetrics, Emergency, General Medicine, ICU, and Palliative Care.
Elizabeth really enjoys seeing patients get better, and making a difference for good.
She has grown to love friendly small communities and persistent dry heat since living in Mount Isa, and looks forward to making Chinchilla home.
Dr Uditha Wijayatunga
The Chinchilla Medical Practice moved to its present location within the Chinchilla Medical Centre opposite the water tower in May 1991, and expanded from 5 to 9 doctor’s rooms in November 2009. The Church previously on the site was retained in the modern architect-designed Medical Centre, which also includes Chinchilla Pharmacy, Physiotherapy and Sullivan and Nicoladies blood collection rooms.
The Chinchilla Medical Practice complies with the requirements of the Royal College of General Practitioners Standards for General Practices 4th Edition. Current Accreditation status is displayed in the waiting/reception area.
Latest Clinic News:
This vaccine is recommended for:
Infants aged 6 months to under 5 years
Seniors- 65 years and older
People aged 6 months and over with a chronic illness
We would like to introduce a couple of new service the practice is providing to the community. We have Diabetes educator Lyn Wilkie whom will be visiting the practice throughout the month. For more information please see your doctor.
Steve Oreo of Rural Ultrasound, visits the Practice every Monday. Appointments can be made by ringing our friendly receptionists.
JOB OPPORTUNITY - Full time General Practitioner.
Working within a team of two principal doctors and five registrars you will be conducting the following duties -
GP Management Plans and Team Care Arrangements
Employment related medicals
Procedures and Minor Operations
Aged Care Facility visits
Please direct any enquiry to the Office Manager Jo.
Dr Tom Clarke will be practicing full time at the Practice as from the 30th March. He has a special interest in skin cancer diagnosis and treatment. Dr Clarke has undergone an extensive education programme over many years and has obtained a Diploma from the Skin Cancer College Australasia and a Master of Medicine (Skin Cancer) University of Queensland.
Early intervention is crucial in achieving high cure rates with best cosmetic results in all types of skin cancer. Dr Clarke is available to provide diagnosis of specific skin lesions and/or perform full skin examinations to detect important skin changes.
If you require a full skin check, please advise when booking an appointment.
Dr Clarke will advise on the appropriate interval for follow up skin checks depending on your individual risk factors.