Dr Scott Macrossan graduated from the University of Tasmania in 1991 with a Bachelor of Medical Science and Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery.
Scott began his career at Calvary Hospital Hobart where he established their Emergency Department and remained there for 14 years as Chief Medical Officer.
He has worked as a GP in Battery Point for the past 15 years.
He has always had a vision of owning his own General Practice in order that he may provide an exceptional level of care to his patients in a beautiful environment.
Dr Mark McCoid
Working full time hours Dr McCoid has interests in all areas of health care including;
Chronic disease - heart and lung disease and diabetes management.
Anxiety and depression
Health screening and check ups
Minor surgery including skin cancer excision and ingrown toenail surgery
Dr McCoid maintains strong relationships with local specialists and facilitates speedy referrals and investigation where necessary.
Dr Emma Carmichael
Emma graduated Adelaide University in 1996. She completed a Diploma in Obstetrics in 1999, and became a fellow of the Royal Australian College of GPs in 2001.
She has worked in Hobart since 2000. Her special interests are mental health, sexual health, addiction medicine and persistent pain management.
Emma likes to work with families and individuals, to integrate high quality healthcare, and maximise quality of life and wellbeing.
Dr Deborah Peters
Dr Nisha Kendall
Nisha graduated from UNSW and worked in Sydney, central coast NSW and Canberra before moving to Hobart with her family in 2014.
She completed her FRACGP with additional training in women’s health and recently completed an advanced certificate in rheumatology.
In addition to working in general practice, Nisha works as a part time tutor at the School of Medicine UTAS and also assisting in clinical research involving drug trials.
Dr Sarah Edwards
I graduated from Deakin University, Melbourne, in 2005 following completion of a combined degree in Nutrition, Dietetics and Health Sciences (Exercise Science) I went on to study Postgraduate Medicine at the Australian National University in Canberra. On graduating in 2008, I worked at the Royal North Shore in Sydney for two years, before moving to Melbourne to work alongside dermatologists at the Victorian Melanoma service, Alfred Hospital, as an Honary Research Fellow: consulting with patients, writing journal articles and completing a research project. During 2011 I also worked as a part time Immunology/allergy Resident at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. I moved back to Tasmania in 2012. I enjoy family medicine and I enjoy using my nutrition and dietetic knowledge and skills to help people with a range of nutrition and health related issues. I am married and have three young children.