Pittsworth Platinum Medical Centre 

10 Weale Street, Pittsworth, 4356                                    

Opening Hours:








8:00am  –   5:00pm

8:00am  –   5:00pm

8:00am  –   5:00pm

8:00am  –   5:00pm

8:00am  –   5:00pm



Fax: 07 4599 9299
Pittsworth Platinum Medical Centre
Meet the Doctor's that utilise Platinum Health Group Services

Dr Kate McEniery




Dr Laura Lee-Allison

BBiotech Hons, MBBS, RACGP

Dr Lee-Allison graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Queensland in 2010. Dr Lee-Allison also has Bachelor of Biotechnology from Griffith University and did her honours at University of Queensland.


From 2011 to 2013 Dr Lee-Allison practiced at the Logan Hospital, 2014 at Wilsonton Medical Centre followed by a year at Lindsay Street Medical Centre. In 2016 Dr Lee-Allison commenced with Platinum Health Group gaining her fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Lee-Allison is interested in all aspects of general practice however she does enjoy focusing on paediatrics, women’s health, dermatology. Currently Dr Lee-Allison is working on her health certificate education in skin cancer medicine and Dr Lee-Allison is also a supervisor for Advanced trainee GP registrars.


Dr David McGillivray

GP Registrar

Dr. David McGillivray is Canadian GP registrar and has lived in Australia for the past 12 years. Completing his initial medical training in Brisbane and have spent the last 7 years working in hospitals along the Queensland Coast from Cairns to the Gold Coast before transitioning to GP training this year. 


Dr. McGillivray spent 4 years training in orthopaedics and had experience in trauma and musculoskeletal conditions.


Dr Shirley Butler

PHG Shareholder, MBBS, PhD, FRACGP

Dr Shirley Butler graduated from UQ in 1993 and is a fellow of the RACGP.

After completing her medical degree Shirley worked in both the Queensland Health Public System and in general practices around Queensland including placements in Taroom, Ipswich and Cooktown. During these placements she held positions such as Junior House Officer and Medical Superintendant.


In 2000 Dr Butler relocated to the Darling Downs area, accepting a position as an Obstetrics and Gynaecology PHO at the Toowoomba Base Hospital.
Having experienced different specialities within the public system, Dr Butler decided to re-enter General Practice in 2001, initially in Crows Nest before relocating to Toowoomba the following year.
In 2006 Shirley joined the newly opened Village Medical Centre in Highfields, where she continues to practice today and is one of the original directors of the Platinum Health Group.


Prior to her medical career Dr Butler was a qualified teacher, a vocation she still enjoys through her role as a GPTQ Registrar Supervisor and as mentor to medical students. Dr Butler’s exposure to both rural and city medicine has developed her interests in women’s and indigenous health and also, internal medicine. She enjoys the variety offered in General Practice.


Dr Peter Hopson

PHG Shareholder

Dr Hopson graduated from the University of Sydney in 1983, commencing his medical career in Wollongong, Bowral and Shoalhaven Hospitals. He undertook training in general practice, rehabilitation and sports medicine while in NSW, before moving to the Lockyer Valley, then Toowoomba, to work in general practice.


Peter joined Dr Carey in 1990 and they later developed the Platinum Health Group. He was President of the now defunct local sub-branch of Sports Medicine Australia from 1991 to 2003. He spent 12 years on the Board of St Andrews Hospital, and has been Chair of their medical advisory committee for the past 4 years. He has been secretary of the Toowoomba and Darling downs Local Medical Association for the past 8 years. He is a Senior Clinical Supervisor for GP Registrars and a senior lecturer in Rural medicine for the University of Queensland since 2002. He was Chair of the Platinum Health Group from 2014 – 2016, and is a member of the Australasian Medical Review Officers Association.


He is married to Dr Julie Crozier and they have four adult children and a grandson born in Toowoomba. Dr Hopsons interests include motorcycles, dogs and active involvement in sports medicine – he attends the local boxing tournaments and also the Toowoomba Grammar School Rugby Union in a professional capacity.


His special medical interests are in sports medicine, overuse injuries of all kinds, skin lesions and aged care.