Sunshine Coast Doctors
MBBS Qld, FRACGP
Brisbane born and University of Queensland trained, Dr Alroe has been living and practicing on the Sunshine Coast since 1996. He finds the variety of people, age groups and backgrounds, keeps family practice interesting and fresh.
Dr Alroe has a specialised interest in skin cancer identification and treatment, the use of technology to assist skin examinations and refining surgical techniques. He finds great satisfaction in providing affordable and high quality treatment that might otherwise be out of reach for many.
Dr Alroe also spends time each week caring for the needs of the elderly in a nearby residential aged care facility.
Away from medicine, he can be found careering down off-road cycling tracks, peddling the length and breadth of the Sunshine Coast roads or indulging the silliness of his young grandkids.
MBBS UK, BSc, DFFP, PGCE, FRACGP
Richard became a GP in UK in 2003, having previously worked in a variety of specialities, including a stint as a psychiatrist in semi-rural Queensland.
In 2012 he completed a PGCE in medical education and started supervising doctors training to be GPs.
In 2015 he returned to Aus and started work at North Shore Medical Centre.
Richards special interests include skin surgery, child development, ATSI health (NCACCH Health Check Day GP), gastrointestinal, and palliative care.
He is passionate about communicating clinical evidence to empower patients to make decisions about their own health.
In his spare time he goes to the beach with his young family or kitesurfs.
MBBS, BSCN, BSC
Canada born with medical degree from the University of Queensland in 2012. She has practiced medicine on the coast for the last 5 years and is in her final year as a GP registrar.
Sarah has an interest in women's health, paediatrics, travel medicine and preventive health. Away from medicine, Sarah is a busy mother with a love for all things outdoors.
MBBS,MD, DCH, BJourn
Kylie is a Sunshine Coast local who worked as a journalist across Queensland and the UK, before returning to study medicine, with a view to a career in general practice. She completed her medical degree at Griffith University on the Gold Coast, before returning to work for the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service.
Kylie is in her final year as a GP registrar. She has an interest in paediatrics, with a Diploma in Child Health, as well as women’s health, preventative and lifestyle medicine.
Kylie also facilitates communication skills workshops for first year medical students, for Griffith University.
Away from work, Kylie enjoys spending time at the beach, and in the bush, with her husband.