Graduated from the University of Sydney in 1998 with a bachelor of Science (Hons), before completing his medical degree in 2001. Cain has a keen interest in remote and rural medicine, having worked around Australia and Christmas Island. He is a strong advocate of evidence-based medicine. Cain is currently a Registrar supervisor for R.A.C.G.P and A.C.R.R.M.
A motorcycle enthusiast, he spends as much time as he can riding in the bush or planning his next adventure ride to far flung places.
Available Monday to Thursday.
Graduated from Sydney University in 1978 and obtained a Diploma in Obstetrics from the Royal Australian College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1984. Dr Little works part-time at the practice and continued to maintain the obstetric service at the Bellinger River and District Hospital for 27 years. She also teaches Natural Family Planning and is a published writer. Deirdre has completed training in APLS (Advanced Paeds Life Support) and EMST(Emergency Management of Severe Trauma). (She does not refer for termination of pregnancy)
Available Wednesday & Friday as well as serving the hospital weekly, after hours and providing obstetric care.
Graduated from Sydney University in 1978. He worked in St Vincents and Westmead hospitals for 4 years before doing anaesthetics in 1985 at Orange Base Hospital. Since then he has lived and worked in Bellingen. His interests are anaesthetics, diabetes, cardiology, geriatrics. Don has completed training in APLS (Advanced Paeds Life Support) and EMST(Emergency Management of Severe Trauma).
He is a keen but ageing soccer player and keen amateur astronomer.
Available Monday, Tuesday & Thursday – at Mylestom surgery Tuesday afternoon & in theatre at Bellingen River District Hospital on Wednesday & Friday
Graduated from University of Queensland, School of Medicine Justin has predominantly worked with Queensland Health before making the move to Bellingen. Justin believes in evidence based medicine and focuses on supporting positive lifestyle changes to reduce the need for medical intervention in later life. He manages patient’s of all ages and life stages and has particular interest in dermatology, muscular and skeletal problems, Metabolic disorders including diabetes and thyroid problems, and rheumatological conditions like polymyalgia and fibromyalgia.
Available Monday to Thursday
Graduated from Australian National University after completing undergrad at University of New England, and post grad studies at University of Queensland. Kelly has returned to her home town of Bellingen and is currently completing research into breastfeeding, co-sleeping and SIDS. Most recently her work has been presented at conference in Uruguay. Currently registrar supervisor for R.A.C.G.P and A.C.R.R.M Kelly believes in evidence based medicine. Kelly holds a special interest in pregnancy, breastfeeding, and child health. Kelly experienced with mental health, chronic disease, skin excisions and all office procedures.
When not in the office you may find Kelly with the Bellingen women’s choir “Sohum”.
Available Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
The practice supports GP Registrars on a six month rotation.
Graduated Newcastle University in 2013 with further studies in Neuroscience before working at Tamworth Hospital and Tweed Heads Hospital. Ariana is focused on rural and remote medicine and is currently completing A.C.R.R.M. (Australian College of Remote and Rural Medicine) accreditation. She has completed an advanced diploma in obstetrics and gynaecology, and is currently completing an emergency medicine certificate. Ariana has a keen interest in women’s health.
Ariana is most excited moving to the area to take advantage of the growing climate. An advocate for sustainable living, Ariana is still trying to figure out how to make anything grow in her clay filled back yard.
Available Monday, Tuesday & Friday
Graduated from the University of Woolongong, Emily most recently has been working at the Coffs Harbour base hospital in the Intensive care and Palliative care units. She is currently completing training through the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). Originally from Cowra Emily is excited to return to a small town community and providing more personal care. Emily’s main interests are in Paediatrics and Women’s Health.
Emily always keeps herself active. When time (and weather) permits Emily will head off hiking or camping, or it’s back to training with the hockey team.
Available Monday to Friday
Sr Jenny Davis
Sr Yvonne Jansen