Dr Downie is a comprehensive General Practitioner, who has special interests in Women’s Health, Ophthalmology, Skin Cancers, Minor Procedures, Paediatrics and Sexual Health. Dr Downie has worked at the Launceston General Hospital, Alfred Hospital and Royal Women’s Hospital Victoria. She started her General Practice training in Melbourne working in St Kilda and Altona North. Part way through she did a Winston Churchill Fellowship looking at Eye Banking across the United Kingdom and United States of America. Alice loves procedural work and has completed a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She enjoys caring for pregnant ladies and looking after them and their families. She has a good understanding of the needs of mothers and babies. Continuity of care and getting to know families is why Alice went into general practice. MBBS (Hons), FRACGP, BMedSci, DRANZCOG, Winston Churchill Fellow.
David is originally from Canada, but moved to Australia in 2009.
After David completed his medical degree at the University of Queensland in 2013, he relocated to Tasmania and fell in love with the place and the lifestyle.
David worked in hospital medicine, largely in critical care (emergency, intensive care), for the better part of a decade, and is keen to bring his knowledge to general practice and preventative healthcare. He is approaching the completion of his general practice fellowship training.
David enjoys spending time with his partner and three boys as well as camping, swimming, and cooking.
Dr. Sujana Nepal grew up in Nepal first working at the Launceston General Hospital and then completed her General Practice training in Launceston Northern suburbs. Outside of work she loves eating out with friends and spending time with her young family.
Dr Nicola Kuhn is originally from Germany and completed her medical degree at the WWU Münster.
She moved to Tasmania in 2014 and has worked in various areas at the Launceston General Hospital and completed a diploma in both, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and in Paediatrics, before commencing her career in General Practice in 2020.
Outside of work she enjoys bushwalking, music and spending time with her young family.
Dr Graham Hubbard is originally from Queensland and moved to Tasmania in 2020 with wife to enjoy the amazing lifestyle and enjoy a range of outdoor activities including running, mountain biking and rock climbing.