Our Doctors

1-Dr-Graham-MorganDr. Graham Morgan

Dr Morgan is the principal at this practice and has worked here since early 1999.
He was born in Newcastle and lived his early years in Newcastle, Wollongong & Sydney.
He studied medicine at University of NSW, graduating in early 1977 and then worked for 3 years in various roles at the Prince of Wales/Prince Henry group of hospitals.

In 1980 he travelled to Zimbabwe where he worked as a registrar in obstetrics at Harare Hospital for a year. In that time he delivered in excess of 1000 babies. After returning to Australia he worked in locum positions throughout NSW, QLD and New Zealand and then at General Practices in Jamboree Heights & Brassall. He has been a Senior Examiner with the Australian Medical Council since 1996. After moving to The Gap to live, the opportunity came in 1999 to work at Alderley Clinic. He is married with 2 daughters and a granddaughter, 3 chickens, 2 guinea pigs and a guppy.

“Medicine is a fascinating vocation. Advances over the past 30 years have allowed us to help patients in ways never before possible. General practice remains at the frontline and I enjoy the challenges that brings.”

2-Dr-Sandra-BayleyDr. Sandra Bayley
BA DIP Psych (QLD) B Med Newcastle

Dr Sandra Bayley joined the practice in 1994 when she returned to Brisbane, her home town. She had qualified in medicine in 1984 in Newcastle after working as a teacher and guidance officer for some years. 

She brings to the practice of medicine

- a focus on looking after the body and mind so they are less vulnerable to illness.  Some of the diseases we succumb to can be prevented by smart health choices
- inclusion of non pharmacological management of illness conditions eg. acupuncture, relaxation and stress reduction practices, attention to diet, recreation and sometimes spiritual practice.
- a recognition of the environmental crisis we face with global warming with its health implications for our futures – and how we can respond to these challenges.
- experience with mental health problems such as depression and anxiety.  She sees a number of patients who self refer through Beyond Blue.
- a willingness to discuss the big issues such as life, death, climate change, grief, suicide.  Nothing is so terrible that it can’t be discussed with your doctor.

3-Dr-Mara-ChristaDr. Mara Christa

Dr Mara Christa has worked as a GP at The Alderley Clinic since 1997.
She did her medical training in Brisbane at the University of Queensland, and graduated in 1991.

She then trained in the hospital in Cairns, the UK and at the Royal Brisbane Hospital.
She entered General Practice in 1994 and became a Fellow of the Australian College of General Practitioners in 1997.

Her area of special interest within General Practice is Women's Health.
She is married with 2 children.

6-Dr-Dale-SeierupDr. Dale Seierup

Dr Dale Seierup was educated in Brisbane, completing an undergraduate science degree, then his medical degree, at the University of Queensland. Over the following years Dr Seierup gained much experience in his work at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, and the Royal Children’s Hospital in Herston before moving to concentrate on general practice in 2004.

Aside from clinical medicine, Dr Seierup has an interest in public health, and has worked in indigenous health in Cherbourg and at the Chermside Indigenous Health Service.  He is committed to advancing professional standards in medicine, has worked in medical administration at The Prince Charles Hospital and is an active committee member of AMA Queensland.

He is interested in all aspects of general practice, particularly general medicine, preventative health and mental health.

When he is not working, Dr Seierup enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.

7-Dr-Genevieve-BuchananDr. Genevieve Buchanan

Dr Buchanan completed her medical degree in 2005 at the University of Queensland, following undergraduate studies in science and law.

She then underwent training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital carrying out terms in General Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry, Dermatology, Rheumatology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases. She has also trained at the Royal Children’s Hospital and Mater Children’s Hospital gaining experience in the Emergency Department and Surgical wards.

Prior to commencing her training in General Practice, Genevieve was given the opportunity to experience rural terms in Cherbourg, Injune and Roma.

Dr Buchanan is interested in all aspects of General Practice, with a particular emphasis on preventative medicine.

Dr-Rhys-BirminghamDr Rhys Birmingham

Rhys is a graduate of the University of Queensland, initially obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree before commencing his studies in medicine. He completed the bulk of his training at the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, with time also spent at Greenslopes Private Hospital and the Royal Children’s Hospital.

Prior to becoming a doctor Rhys worked in a number of fields including nursing, science and mental health, and upon graduation was immediately drawn to General Practice due to the long term and comprehensive relationships it allows doctors and patients to form with each other. Rhys keeps a broad focus in general practice but particularly enjoys adult and preventative medicine.

When not at work, Rhys can be identified by his tuneless electric guitar playing, sending people and animals alike scurrying in all directions.

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9 South Pine Road Alderley QLD 4051, Austraila
Telephone: 07 3356 8322
Fax: 07 3356 9197

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- 8.00am to 5.30pm

- 7.30am to 10.30am

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