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All of our doctors provide care specifically tailored to meet the needs or our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community and provide culturally appropriate care to our diverse community of patients. Dr Zia is multilingual.

Male Doctors

Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Ziaullah (Dr. Zia) gained his medical degree in 2006 and has extensive experience gained in general practice in Australia and within the Australian public hospital sector.

Dr Zia provides all general practice consultations including Mental Health, chronic disease management, antenatal care, and men’s and women’s health.

Dr Zia has a special interest in medical cosmetic procedures, radio frequency and laser treatment of various skin types and conditions. He has successfully completed courses in skin cancer and Aesthetic Medicine in Australia and provides general skin cancer care and surgery.

Dr Nick Krasner qualified as a doctor at Liverpool University (UK) in 1992. He gained his GP qualifications and his Masters in Sports Medicine in London, where he also lectured doctors and medical students and later worked for Tottenham Hotspur and Barnet soccer teams.

He has a special interest in psychology, having written the book on depression entitled ’10 Simple Paths to Happiness.’ Dr Krasner has been studying and treating skin cancers for the last 4 years and recently completed his initial ACNEM training, which leads to a fellowship in Nutritional and environmental medicine (Integrative Medicine).

Dr Krasner has also been an expert for BBC World News, a presenter on Channel 10’s Cruise Mode, a children’s author and International motivational speaker.

Areas of Interest
Skin cancer management
Sports medicine
Health assessments
General medicine
Chronic disease management
Skin cancer Checks
Mental health
Child and adolescent health
Women's & Men's Health

Female Doctors

Dr Jo underwent her hospital residency years at Townsville University Hospital (TUH), followed by registrar years in the remote areas of St. George and rural areas of Mackay under Australian GP Training (AGPT) via James Cook University Regional Training Office (JCU RTO). She gained her Fellowship as a Specialist in General Practice. She worked as an Emergency Medicine Consultant/SMO in regional EDs in North Queensland. She also has dedicated years working in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service.

She has a keen interest in Chronic Disease Management, Indigenous Health, Geriatrics, Women's Health, Mental Health, Paediatrics, Palliative Care, and Skin cancer medicine which includes skin flaps/grafts.

Areas of Interest
General medicine
Women and Children's health
Men's health
Skin cancer
Implanon insertion & removal
Pregnancy care
Adolescent health

Languages Spoken
Tagalog (Filipino)