Our Doctors

Our Team of Practitioners

Dr Robert White

MBBS (Melb) FRACGP

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Rob enjoys bushwalking, sailing, music and travel when he is away from the practice.

Interests:
Aged care
Travel medicine
Alcohol and drug related disease
Family Medicine
Men’s health

Availability:
Grosvenor Street: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Collins Street: Friday

Dr John Madden

MBBS FRACGP

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Dr John Madden is interested in acute and more chronic general health conditions.

Interests:
General Health
Minor Procedures
Men’s Health

Availability:
Grosvenor Street: Wednesday, Thursday & Friday

Collins Street: Tuesday

 

Dr Andrea Follett

MBBS FRACGP BSc LLB

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Andrea completed her medical degree at the University of Sydney in 2002. She has lived in Tasmania since 2012 and enjoys Tassie for it’s beauty and family lifestyle, even if that does involve the odd run of cold weather.

Interests:
Women’s & Sexual Health
Family Planning
General Family Medicine
Preventative Medicine

Availability:
Collins Street: Monday & Thursday

 

Dr Jennifer Connor

MBBS FRACGP DCH

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Jenny completed her medical degree at the University of Tasmania in 2002. After moving to Western Australia and working in urban and rural areas Jenny completed her General Practice training in 2008. In addition to working in a traditional GP role, she has enjoyed working at Family Planning and with the Travel Doctor. Dr Connor has worked as a locum GP in most states of Australia before moving back to Tasmania in late 2012 subsequently completing the Diploma of Child Health in 2014.

Interests:
Women’s Health
Family Planning
Children’s Health
Travel Medicine
Preventative Medicine

Availability:
Collins Street: Tuesday & Friday

Dr Anna Wittert

M.B., B.S. (Netherlands) F.R.A.C.G.P., D.C.H

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Dr Anna Wittert was born in the Netherlands and moved to Australia after meeting her husband. She settled down in Hobart after a long cycling trip in America. Dr Anna Wittert did her GP training with Grosvenor Street Practice and has worked with the practice since 2013.
She has 3 young children and in her free time enjoys mountain biking and most things crafty. Her favourite movie is ‘Dances with wolves’, she likes marmite better than vegemite and loves dutch liquorice.
Dr Wittert likes seeing a variety of health issues and enjoys treating patients that are happy to share a bit of their life story.

Interests:
Women’s Health
Children’s Health

Availability:
Grosvenor Street: Wednesday & Friday
Collins Street: Tuesday

Dr Aileen de Bruyn

MBBS FRACGP

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Born in South Africa, Dr Aileen de Bruyn moved to Australia as a teenager in 1988. She went to school in Launceston and then university in Hobart, graduating as a doctor from the University of Tasmania in 1998.
She spent 5 years working and traveling overseas and on the mainland and is now settled in Hobart where she enjoys bush walking in her spare time. She also enjoys dancing, gardening, reading.

Interests:
Family Medicine
Preventative Health
Women’s Health
Children’s and youth’s Health
Mental Health

Availability:
Grosvenor Street: Friday fortnightly
Collins Street: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday

 

Dr Sara Maloney

MBBS (Hons) (UTAS), BMedSci, DCH, FRACGP, FACRRM

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Dr Sara Maloney graduated with honours in a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Tasmania in 2004. Since that time she has worked in various locations around Australia, including Alice Springs, South Australia, Tasmania and Queensland.

Dr Maloney has completed dual fellowships with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2011 and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine in 2012.

 

Interests:
Women’s Health
Intrauterine device (IUD) insertions
Children’s Health
Skin Checks
General Medicine
Excisions

Availability:
Grosvenor Street: Tuesday and Thursday
IUD insert clinic: Friday fortnightly
Collins Street: Monday

Dr Benjamin Clark

M.B.,B.S., (Hons) F.R.A.C.G.P., D.C.H., B.Med. Sci.

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Dr Ben Clark grew up in Launceston before completing his medical degree in Hobart in 2001. He then worked in Far North Queensland and the Northern Territory before completing his General Practice training (GP) and a diploma in Child Health in Adelaide.
Dr Clark returned to Tasmania in 2016 with his partner and three young children. Outside of work he enjoys spending quality time with his family camping and bushwalking.

Interests:
General Health
Men’s &Children’s Health
Mental Health

Availability:
Collins Street : Monday
Grosvenor Street: Wednesday

Dr Rekha Ratnagobal

M.B.B.S(Hons), F.R.A.C.G.P

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Dr Rekha Ratnagobal was born in Wollongong, NSW. She moved to Tasmania as a child and attended local Primary and Secondary schools. She studied medicine at the University of Tasmania with two years rurally on the North West Coast of Tasmania. She obtained her medical degree 2010. Her General Practice training was completed in the greater Hobart area becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2014.
Dr Ratnagobal is a busy mum to two young active boys and a dog mum to two lovely pups.
She enjoys gardening and tending to her chooks and in her rare down time enjoys video games.

Interests:
Family Medicine
Women’s & Children’s Health
Adolescent Health
Refugee Health
Homeless Health

Availability:
Grosvenor Street: Monday
Collins Street: Wednesday & Friday

 

Dr Sandy Kraft

M.B.B.S F.R.A.C.G.P D.C.H 

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Dr Alessandra (Sandy) Kraft studied medicine in Germany and worked in Auckland, New Zealand at the Starship Children’s Hospital where she met her husband.
After a few years in Western Australia, they relocated to Tasmania where Sandy has trained in General Practice and gained her fellowship.
Dr Kraft enjoys spending time with her young family, exercising, music, arts and craft and a good cup of coffee.

Interests:
Women’s & Children’s Health
Mental Health
General Medicine

Availability:
Grosvenor Street: Monday & Tuesday

Dr Tanya Francis

M.B.B.S FRACGP DCH

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Dr Tanya Francis completed her degree in medicine at The University of Tasmania in 2006. She then worked for several years at hospitals in Newcastle, Melbourne and Hobart.She completed her diploma in child health and gained her fellowship in General Practice in 2014. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her young family, gardening/growing indoor plants, cooking and travelling.

Interests:
Child & Adolescent Health
Women’s Health
Refugee Health
General Family Medicine

Availability:
Grosvenor Street: Wednesday
Collins Street: Tuesday & Friday

Dr Elinor Kitson

M.B.B.S F.R.A.C.G.P

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Dr Elinor Kitson is originally from the UK and completed her medical degree at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in 2012.
She has lived in Australia since 2014, working in various hospitals in Melbourne before completing her GP training in rural Victoria in 2019.
She then worked in aged care for 3 years before moving with her family to Hobart.
She enjoys bushwalking and playing hockey.

Interests:
Aged and palliative care
Mental health
Womens and childrens health
Adolescent health

Availability:
Collins Street: Monday
Grosvenor Street: Wednesday

Dr Daniel Jones

M.B.B.S F.R.A.C.G.P

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Dr Daniel Jones grew up locally and happily calls Tasmania home, graduating from the University of Tasmania in 2014.
He has worked at the Royal Hobart Hospital gaining experience in a variety of areas over eight years, before coming to General Practice in 2023.
He has a special interest in compassionate healthcare and the fields of Palliative Care and Geriatric Medicine. 
Outside of work he enjoys travel, writing, cooking and spending time with his family and cat Lucy.

Interests:
Aged and palliative care
General Medicine

Availability:
Collins Street: Tuesday and Wednesday
Grosvenor Street: Thursday and Friday

Dr Tolulope Doherty

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Dr Yamini Gunasekra

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For any enquiries, please contact us:

(03) 6224 1944

manager@grosvenorstgp.com.au