Dr Peter Comben was born in Dalby, Qld, and obtained his MB.BS from the University of Qld in 1979. After intern years in Townsville and Brisbane, he spent 20 years in rural General Practice in Mackay with a 1 year “Sabbatical” with RFDS in Mt Isa. More recently he has been in a group general practice at Tweed Heads South, from 2004-2014. Dr Comben has achieved his FRACGP in 2009. He is interested in General Family Medicine across all generations; he has an interest in Sports Medicine, and is personally a Triathlon “Tragic”, which consumes much of his leisure time. He is married to Denise, with 4 adult children, and lives in Currumbin.
Dr Jones graduated from Manchester University, UK and she is a fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Her interests include women’s health, family planning (link), and reproductive health care (link). She is available for appointments 4 days per week.
Dr Susie emigrated to Australia from Scotland in 2007. Dr Susie has worked in a number of hospitals throughout Australia in a number of different specialties. She is interested in most areas of general practice and is passionate about practicing up to date evidence based medicine. Dr Susie likes to try and understand all aspects of her patients life to provide individualised care to enable happy health living.
Originally from Adelaide, Dr Welch has been practicing medicine on the Gold Coast since 2000 and has over 30 years experience in skin cancer diagnosis and management.
With a background in anaesthetics & surgery his expertise is highly valued and respected within the local community.
Dr Welch performs many procedures in our fully equipped treatment room, such as excisions, full thickness grafts, flap repairs, diathermy and serial curettage, and achieves excellent outcomes for delicate and intricate procedures. He holds a double certificate in Advanced Skin Cancer Surgery from the University of Queensland and is a member of the Gold Coast Medical Association.
Dr Darryl graduated from the University of Queensland Medical School in 2007. He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Darryl spent 6 years in Emergency Medicine training, only to be lured away by the life of rural General Practice.
He enjoys many aspects of Family Medicine but has strong experience in Emergency medicine. His medical interests include Travel medicine, Infectious diseases and Preventative medicine. Darryl has just completed a Master in Public Health and is commencing qualification in Aesthetic Medicine.