Dr. Rick Sapsford
Dr Rick Sapsford graduated from the University of Queensland in 1981 and studied surgery and family medicine prior to commencing in General Practice at Wickham Terrace and later at Albany Creek. Dr Sapsford has cultivated a special interest in counselling and has completed his Masters Degree in General Practice Psychiatry through the Monash University. Dr Sapsford also holds a fellowship from the RACGP and has a very keen interest in ongoing general practice education and supervision. *Please note Dr Rick Sapsford’s appointment book is closed to new patients.
Dr. Monique Glover
Please note: Dr Monique Glover does not have online appointments, please phone Radius Medical Centre on 07 3264 0800 to arrange an appointment. Dr Monique Glover graduated in 1995 from the University of Queensland and is a fellow of the RACGP. Dr Glover has been a member of the Radius team for over 10 years. We are pleased to have Dr Glover continue to practice with us as an invaluable member of our team.
Dr Rachael Lay
Dr Rachael Lay graduated from James Cook University in 2015 and spent three years training at The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and Redcliffe Hospital. She has worked in a number of different specialities including emergency medicine, obstetrics and gynaecology and paediatrics. Within general practice her special interests are women’s health, paediatrics, mental health and travel medicine. She is also currently completing a Masters of Public Health.
Dr Marco Zorzetto
Dr Marco Zorzetto graduated in 1981 from University of Queensland and spent a number of years at Mater Hospital Complex at South Brisbane. He studied Paediatrics in particular, moving into Community based management of children and families through a Development Assessment Team. Whilst in the Health Development he finished an MBA with a view to being in Administration. General Practice however caught his eye whilst working part time. Marco has been in General Practice ever since - some 30 plus years. In particular, Marco enjoys working with children, young families and has a strong interest in Men's Health. Marco has moved from the south side of Brisbane where he enjoyed the complexity of General Practice together with the ability to see and work with multi-generations of family members to help manage their health. Socially, Marco has three adult aged children and two grandchildren. They are a big focus of Marco's life as a Dad and Poppy! Marco looks forward to developing the same type of Practice at Albany Hills that he has always had.
Dr Terri Biscak
Currently on maternity absence until February 2021. Dr Terri Biscak graduated from Griffith University in 2012 and completed her GP fellowship exams at the end of 2017. She is passionate about providing holistic care across all areas of Family Medicine including paediatrics, both women’s and men’s health and chronic disease management. She also has a keen interest in preventative care and health optimisation.
Dr Stephanie Huxley
Dr Stephanie Huxley graduated from Griffith University in 2012. She spent 3 years working at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital in a number of specialties, with her final year focusing on emergency medicine. Dr Huxley started working as a registrar in general practice in 2016 and while she enjoys all aspects of general health promotion, she has a special interest in paediatrics, sexual health, and both women’s and men's health.
Dr. Eva Lee
Dr Eva Lee grew up and studied in Michelton. She graduated from University of Queensland in 1999. During her residency at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, she developed an interest in skin disorders and worked under various dermatologists gaining experience in management of different skin conditions. Dr Lee subsequently obtained her Masters degree in skin melanoma research before completing her GP training. Her other medical interests include women’s health, children’s health and preventative health care. She is fluent in Chinese.
Dr Caetlin Jopson
Dr Caetlin has been a Dr for over 25 years and has worked in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health for 15 years including 7 years working with the Royal Flying Doctor Service to the Torres Strait doing remote women’s health clinics. Dr Jopson trained at Sydney University and apart from her basic degree, she has a Diploma in Tropical Medicine, a Master’s in Public Health and Tropical medicine and FRACGP. Caetlin is currently studying a Post graduate certificate in Travel medicine and is passionate about tropical medicine. Caetlin is also a part of our monthly Diabetes Clinics. She has a special interest in women’s health, travel medicine, diabetes and Indigenous health. Dr Jopson is a mother to 2 teenage boys.
Dr Dan Henderson
Dr Daniel Henderson graduated medicine in 2011 from Flinders University and before completing his GP fellowship exams in 2016 worked at Toowoomba Base Hospital and at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. Prior to medicine he was a University of Queensland trained Physiotherapist for 10 years working mainly with adults and children with brain injury in Australia, the UK and in refugee camps in SE Asia and has gone on to do a Masters of Public Health. He enjoys the holistic care of all aspects of General Practice with a special interest in Mental health, Musculoskeletal , Travel medicine and the care of adults and children with disabilities.
Dr. Kim Futcher
Dr Kim Futcher joined the practice in August 2007. Kim graduated from Monash University with Honours in 2002. She spent 3 years working at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, with 12 months spent working in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She spent 12 months working at the Royal Children's Hospital pursuing her interest in paediatrics. She then had a 6 month term working in mental health in the RBWH Mental health service. Kim is interested in all aspects of family medicine including paediatrics, women's health, men's health and mental health.
Dr. Louise Hale
Dr Louise Hale graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2008. She has since worked at the Gold Coast Hospital and Caboolture Hospital and joined the Radius team in 2014. She obtained her fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2017. Dr Hale has a particular interest in mental health. She is trained in EMT (emotional modulation therapy) and DBT skills (Dialectical Behaviour therapy). She also performs hypnotherapy for smoking cessation and anxiety/ depression.
Dr. Michelle Warman
Please note: Dr Michelle Warman's appointment books are currently closed to new patients. Dr Michelle Warman graduated from the University of Queensland in 2005, and subsequently completed her GP fellowship in 2011. Dr Warman enjoys all aspects of General Practice work, her areas of interest include all family and paediatric medicine, women’s health and breast medicine, preventative health care and lifestyle modification as well as mental health and behaviour management. Dr Warman currently augments her GP work with work as a part time Breast Physician at Holy Spirit North Side and was a special education teacher before completing her medical training, she is involved with registrar training.
Dr. Terri-Lynne South
Dr Terri-Lynne South joined Radius in January 2010. Dr South graduated from the University of Queensland in 2003 and spent 4 years working at the Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital. Dr South enjoys all aspects of General Practice medicine.
Dr. Annie Meyer
Please note: Dr Annie Meyer's appointment books are currently closed to new patients. Dr Annie Meyer graduated from James Cook University Medical School in Townsville in 2005. She has extensively trained in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, working in the Gold Coast and various Brisbane Hospitals. She gained her fellowship in General Practice in 2014 and has a special interest in Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine including Women’s and Children’s Health and Preventative care.
Dr. Joanne O'Reilly
Currently on maternity leave. Please note: Dr Jo O'Reilly's appointment book is closed to new patients and does not have online appointments, please phone Radius Medical Centre on 07 3264 0800 to arrange an appointment. Following her graduation from the University of Queensland in 2002, Dr Jo O'Reilly spent 3 years working at the Mater Hospital in South Brisbane. Dr O'Reilly started work in General Practice in 2006 and joined the Albany Hills Radius team in 2008. She also completed her FRACGP in 2008. Dr O'Reilly enjoys the variety of work that General Practice offers and is also currently combining her clinical practice with a teaching role at the University of Queensland.
Dr Louise Phillips
Louise graduated from the University of Queensland with first class honours in 1999, and received the Maureen Duke and Marion Sullivan Memorial Award for her GP fellowship exam in 2005. She has a particular interest in preventative health, women’s health, paediatrics and helping patients improve their work-life balance. She enjoys working with people to achieve their best health outcomes and has a comprehensive and caring manner
Dr Lauren Bracey
Dr Lauren Bracey completed her medical degree at Griffith University in 2014, following an undergraduate degree in Medical Science. She spent 3 years working in the hospital environment, with a dedicated 12 months in Obstetrics & Gynaecology. During this time, Lauren completed both her Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, and her Diploma of Child Health. She received her Fellowship in General Practice in 2019. Lauren is passionate about getting to know her patients beyond their health concerns to ensure she provides holistic care across all areas of Family Medicine. Her special interests include Women’s Health (particularly antenatal care), paediatrics, and preventative health care.
Dr Sunaina Patel
Dr Sunaina Patel pursued her interest in general practice after completing studies in Psychology, Nursing, and Medicine in Queensland and Canberra. She has interest in all aspects of general practice including paediatrics, women's health, mental health, skin and wound care, and infectious diseases. She is also able to provide mental health consults, pap smears (cervical screening), implanon insertion and removal, iron infusions, and venepuncture for nervous or anxious patients..
Dr Sarah Hodge
Dr Sarah Hodge graduated from Griffith University School of Medicine with first class honours in 2012 following a previous career as an Emergency nurse. She completed her residency at the Sunshine Coast before moving home to Brisbane with her family to begin her career in General Practice. She became a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2018 and is a mother of two very energetic kids. Dr Hodge enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has a special interest in paediatrics, as well as the management of asthma, eczema and allergies in both children and adults. She is committed to ongoing professional development with the aim of delivering specialist level care in the community setting. She now offers iron infusions to meet the growing needs of her patients for out of hospital care.
Dr Laura Hopkirk
Dr Laura Hopkirk graduated from James Cook University in Townsville in 2013. After graduating she worked at the Cairns Hospital for four years in many different specialties before making the move south to start general practice training in 2018. She has a strong interest in family and preventative medicine and strives to provide holistic health care to all.
Dr Peter Kopp
Dr Peter Kopp graduated from Griffith University School of Medicine in 2009, and has worked in public hospitals throughout Queensland. He has spent the last 8years working in Paediatrics and Child Health and Neonatal Medicine and holds a Diploma in Child Health. He has also worked abroad in the Republic of Ireland, and performed aeromedical retrievals. Prior to Medicine, Dr Peter completed a Bachelor of Science in the fields of Neuroscience and Biomedical Science. When not working, he enjoys spending time outdoors 4wding, camping, and spending time with his dog, family and friends.
Dr Kate Venter
Kate graduated from Sydney University in 2012 following an undergraduate degree in medical science. Having worked predominately in Emergency and General Practice in Sydney, she recently moved to Brisbane with her husband and two young children to continue working in General Practice. Kate enjoys getting to know and work with patients of all ages and backgrounds. She has particular areas of interest in children’s health, women’s health, preventative medicine and management of anxiety and depression.