Wilsonton Medical Centre
Wilsonton Shopping Centre
First Level, Suite 11, 8 Hooper Street, Toowoomba 4350
8:00am – 5:30pm
8:00am – 5:30pm
8:00am – 5:30pm
8:00am – 5:30pm
8:00am – 5:30pm
Phone: 07 4633 1939
Fax: 07 4634 1939
Wilsonton Medical Centre Doctors
Dr Cormac Carey
Dr Carey graduated in Dublin, Ireland in 1976 and has spent over 34 years at the Wilsonton Medical Centre practice and has watched it expand to the multi-site Platinum Health Group exhibits today.
He enjoys all facets of general and family practice and especially mentoring trainee GP’s. He has visiting rights at both St Andrew’s and St Vincent’s Hospitals and is an active committee member at St Andrew’s Hospital.
He has a special interest in travel medicine and is a foundation member of Travel Medicine Alliance group, Australia’s largest group of independent travel medicine clinics and is a holder of the Certificate in Travel Health issued by the International Society of Travel Medicine.
Dr Carey has strong links with Occupational Health Medicine and holds both Coal Board and Railway Workers Certification and provides occupational health services to many local Toowoomba businesses. He has a Queensland Health approved spirometry practice, and is accredited for Hair drug analysis sampling.
Outside work he is a keen cyclist and traveller and enjoys spending time with his seven grandchildren.
Dr Peter Hopson
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.
Dr Cameron Carmody
BSc, M.B.A., M.B.B.S, F.R.A.C.G.P.
Fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Notre Dame Fremantle Western Australia in 2008 Master Of Business Administration, USQ 2003 Member of Sports Medicine Australia Bachelor degree in Nursing from the Lincon School of Health Sciences Melbourne / La Trobe University 1993 AMA
Dr Carmody has worked in many nursing roles in Victoria ACT and Queensland, both as a senior clinician and as a health administrator, his last role was a Director of Nursing position in country Queensland prior to starting his medical degree.
He has significant experience in Intensive Care Medicine, and the surgical specialties Orthopaedics and Otolaryngology Head and Neck surgery prior to joining the Platinum team in General Practice. Dr Carmody has an active interest in chronic disease management, in particular sports medicine, dermatology, skin cancer medicine and surgery. While having interest in all aspects of family medicine.
He currently provides medical support to the Darling Downs Australian Rules Football community and in particular the University Australian Rules Football Team. He is also supportive of Smithy's boxing gym and their events in the Garden City.
Dr Rhiannon Bevan
MBBS (Hons) - FRACGP
Dr Rhiannon Bevan graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (Honors) from the University Of Sydney 2010. Rhiannon also obtained a Bachelor of Biomedical Science from Bond University in 2004 and a Graduate Certificate of Public Health from the University of Western Sydney in 2010.
She also obtained a Diploma in Child Health from the University of Sydney in 2014. Before becoming a Doctor Rhiannon was a Sleep Technologist at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead in Sydney.
Rhiannon moved to Toowoomba in 2013 working at the Toowoomba Base Hospital.
Dr Julie Crozier
Julie was raised in Gatton, and studied medicine at the University of Queensland, training mostly in North Queensland. She is married with four adult children and one grandson. Julie teaches cello part time, as well as continuing her general practice at Wilsonton Medical Centre for the past 25 years. She enjoys gardening and re-painting her house
Dr Tom Conaghan
MBBS, RACGP, FRACGP, Dip. PRAC
Dr Tom Conaghan moved from Rockhampton to Toowoomba in November 2020 to be closer to his daughters and Grandchildren. He was in General Practice in Rockhampton for 36 years and has a broad range of experience. He has special interests in Skin Cancer Surgery, Diseases of the
Skin, Respiratory Medicine and Paediatrics.
He has performed Vasectomies for 34 years and uses the no-Scalpel Technique. He also has an interest in Anxiety and Depression and has attended several workshops on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy which has a focus on mindfulness.
In his spare time he enjoys swimming, cycling and walking.
Dr Ataullah Shinwarie
Dr Shinwarie graduated as a Doctor of Medicine from Nangarhar University, Afghanistan 1992. Whilst in Afghanistan he worked in Emergency Departments, Psychiatry, Dermatology and Paediatrics in partnership with UNICEF and WHO.
He came to Australia with his family in 2009 and has worked in paediatrics, mental health, general surgery and general medicine.
In 2011 he has completed a Master’s in Public Health, and gained his Australian medical registration in 2012. He is now completing his higher training in general practice.
Dr Shinwarie speaks Pashto, Persian, Dari, Hazargy, some Arabic and English. He works at Wilsonton Medical Centre Monday – Thursday, and has special interests in paediatrics, mental health and chronic disease.