Lighthouse General Practice was started by a group of four, fun, fabulous and caring Doctors who became friends through their shared sense of values and their shared sense of humour.
"We created Lighthouse GP to provide a warm, welcoming, community environment to practice Family Medicine with a sense of camaraderie"
"We feel grateful to share this journey with you, to navigate the ups and downs of life and ensure you feel heard and validated along the way"
Dr Humphreys originates from the UK where she attended Medical School in London, moving to Australia in 2003. Christine has worked in a variety of NSW and Qld Hospitals obtaining her GP Fellowship in Brisbane in 2012. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice but has a special interest in Women’s Health including - Reproductive Health, Antenatal care, Menopause and Anti-wrinkle injections. She believes in helping her patients by listening carefully to their concerns and providing ongoing continuity of care. Looking after her 2 children and catching up with friends and family keep her busy outside the clinic.
Dr South studied Science and the Arts before completing her medical training at the University of Queensland in Brisbane. She enjoys the complexity and wide range of presentations that comes with General Practice as a specialty. From antenatal care to paediatrics, and later adolescent health challenges, the continuity of care is something she finds rewarding. She looks forward to knowing all her patients well, and finds listening to the stories of her patients a unique privilege. Outside of work, Dr South enjoys spending time with her family where they get outdoors to parklands and beaches and COFFEE. Professionally, she continues to attend regular medical updates and conferences with the most recent being for parenting/family health, diabetes management and antenatal care.
Dr. Claire Stewart obtained her medical degree from the University of Melbourne in 2005. She then spent 10 years working in North Queensland before relocating to Brisbane in 2016. She is a Fellow of the RACGP. Claire loves explaining things to patients in a way that they can understand. She particularly loves seeing kids (including kids with ADHD and ASD) and has strong interests in allergic medicine, women's health and genetics. She has further qualifications in skin cancer medicine and will happily perform skin excisions and do minor procedures. She also inserts and removes contraceptive implants and performs iron infusions. Claire loves really getting to know her patients and won't say no to a chat. She has two very active boys and spends her “free” time drinking coffee while camping, playing footy and trying to snatch some peace and quiet in her veggie garden.
Dr Jenny Glover has lived on the beautiful bayside for 15 years. Originally from Scotland, Jenny completed her medical training at The University of Glasgow in 2001. After relocating to Australia Jenny has spent time in both busy metropolitan and rural hospital & GP settings in both QLD and NSW. An experienced GP, Jenny enjoys the variety of General Practice with a special focus on: Womens Health Antenatal care Paediatric and adolescent health Contraception and fertility Married with one son, Jenny is kept busy with her variety of animals and enjoys spending time with family and friends on the bay.
Dr Sharmani Singh grew up locally in Brisbane and completed her MBBS on the Gold Coast. She enjoys all aspects of general practice and her special interests include paediatrics, women’s health –including family planning and contraception, she also offers shared antenatal care. Additionally Dr Singh does iron infusions and minor procedures for suitable patients. She has worked in a variety of clinical areas in large tertiary hospitals in Brisbane. She completed her FRACGP training and exams while working in Bundaberg. She has also completed a Diploma in Child Health. Dr Singh has been a volunteer doctor for medical clinics to rural and remote locations throughout Fiji.
Dr Rachel Lakemond completed her medical training in Queensland in 2010 and completed her first two years of medical practice at the Mater Hospital in Brisbane. Rachel lived in the UK for 5 years from 2013 - 2017, where she obtained Membership of the Royal College of GPs (MRCGP) and on her return in 2017, Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of GPs (FRACGP). Rachel has completed the Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (UK) and the Diploma of Football Medicine (FIFA).
Rachel enjoys seeing people of all ages and backgrounds, with simple and complex problems. She enjoys building a relationship with her patients and getting to know them as a whole person. Rachel has extended experience in Women's Health, Children's Health, Sexual Health (including screening and PREP), Family Planning (including Implanon insertion and fertility) and Chronic Health care.
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