*Important Coronavirus Message**
If you are unwell or suffering from Respiratory Illness, you must not enter our practice, even if you are wearing a mask
Please speak to our staff over the phone and we will advise you on the next steps to have a consultation.
Our medical centre is safe to visit and we are open face-to-face bookings.
We have strict hygiene and social distancing measures in place to protect you and your family.
Telehealth appointments are available for any patient with symptoms who has been seen here in the past 12 months.
For telehealth appointments (phone) please call us on 07 4972 1111
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Dr Colan McGree
University of Queensland
Dr Colan McGree was born in Gladstone and has been practising in this town for the entirety of his career.
After completing his degree at the University of Queensland, he worked at the Gladstone Base Hospital for 3 years and then began working in general practice. Dr McGree has been at Port Curtis Medical Centre for the last 20 years.
His interests include:
skin cancer, dermatology and travel medicine.
Dr Dushyant Chauhan
University of The West Indies
Dr Dushyant Chauhan graduated from the University of The West Indies in 2005 and worked in Trinidad as a Senior Registrar for Emergency Medicine for 12 years before moving to Australia in 2015.
Upon his arrival, Dr Chauhan commenced employment as a Registrar for Emergency Medicine at the Gladstone Base Hospital where he stayed before beginning his role at Port Curtis Medical Centre in 2018.
He is currently completing his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
His interests include:
skin cancer and emergency medicine.
Dr Aisha Asghar
University of Karachi
Dr Aisha Asghar graduated from the University of Karachi in 2005 and worked as an Internal Medicine/Renal Trainee prior to moving to Australia in 2011.
Upon her arrival Dr Asghar commenced employment as a Medical Registrar and continued in this role for 4 years before joining Port Curtis Medical Centre in January 2020.
She is currently completing her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Practitioners and is also currently pursuing a Masters in Bioethics.
Her interests include:
internal medicine, geriatrics, preventative medicine and renal medicine.