Dr Dowler is an experienced General Practitioner with over 16 years experience. Born in England, Dr Dowler completed her Medical Degree at Cambridge University before undergoing her GP training rotation in the UK, where she specialised in Rheumatology, Paediatrics, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, and Psychiatry. Dr Dowler moved to Australia, initially working on the Sunshine Coast before moving to a mining town called Glenden where she was the only Doctor. This gave her great experience in treating a range of different medical conditions. Dr Dowler has been working as a GP in Brisbane since 2012. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice medicine but her particular interests are women’s and children’s health, sexual health and preventative medicine. Dr Dowler is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She is married with two children, and in her spare time enjoys skiing, swimming, walking, and reading.
BSc (UQ), BA (UQ), MB BS (UQ), PhD (UQ), FRACGP
Dr Jared Dart has a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Government, a Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery, and a Doctor of Philosophy in eHealth and Medicine. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Besides his clinical activities he works as a management consultant to improve the health system, as well as running his own businesses. He is an adjunct Associate Professor at Bond University Faculty of Health Sciences and continues to supervise PhD students.
He has worked clinically in hospitals in medical, surgical, emergency, orthopaedic, paediatric, psychiatric, and intensive care settings as well as his current work in General Practice. He works in General Practice because he enjoys the challenge of dealing with patients of all ages with all manner of problems, and being the first point of contact in the health system. He believes in empowering patients to manage their own health care, recognising that many of our unwanted health problems stem from unrecognised and poorly addressed mental health concerns. He also enjoys procedural work including managing skin cancer with minor surgery.
MB BS, FRACGP
At Fiveways Surgery since 2000, Dr Brodie has worked in General Practice since 1995. She graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree and also obtained her Fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She enjoys all aspects of general practice care and greatly values the therapeutic relationships she has developed with there patients over the years.
MB BS (QLD) FRACGP Dip Child Health IAHCP
Dr. Ng has worked as a General Practitioner on the north side of Brisbane for the last 9 years and has recently commenced practice at Fiveways Surgery. She has special interests in Children’s and Women’s health, travel medicine and lifestyle management.
With 16 years of medical experience, Dr. Ng graduated from the University of Queensland in 1998 and completed most of her post-graduate training at the Mater Children’s Hospital (now the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital) together with a term at the Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary, Canada. She has also earned her Diploma of Child Health through the Westmead Children’s Hospital in Sydney.
She completed her Fellowship of General Practice in 2006 and is a member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. In 2014, Dr Ng was admitted to the prestigious organisation of The International Association of HealthCare Professionals and will be included in the upcoming publication in the Leading Physicians of the World.
When she is not assisting patients, she enjoys running, snowboarding, travelling and spending time with her friends and family members.
BPharm (USYD), MB BS (USYD) , FRACGP
Dr Jang Cham has a Bachelor of Pharmacy, and Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery both from Sydney University. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
He trained in Sydney after graduating from the University of Sydney and has worked in hospital for several years mainly in emergency, intensive care and anaesthesia. He enjoys all facets of general medicine and minor procedures.
Jang is caring and down to earth and welcomes patients of all ages. He is available five days per week.
When not at work he enjoys keeping active playing soccer and golf.
BCom, GradDip Psychology, BBehavSc (Hons Psych), DPsych (Clin), MAPS
Jayne is a registered Clinical Psychologist with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, and is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society. She enjoys working with individuals of all ages, as well as with families and couples. Jayne has clinical expertise in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of a range of psychological, emotional and interpersonal concerns such as depression and mood problems, anxiety and stress, obsessive-compulsive disorders, trauma, grief and loss, adjustment to life transitions and/or medical conditions, chronic pain, relationship difficulties or interpersonal problems, perinatal mental health (antenatal and postnatal depression, parenthood adjustment, and attachment and bonding difficulties), lowered resilience, and self-esteem problems. Her empathic, strengths-based therapeutic approach is founded on psychodynamic, family systems, developmental and attachment theories and she makes use of evidence-based Cognitive Behavioural, Bowenian, Psychodynamic, Solution-Focused and Narrative techniques in her work.
Alongside her clinical practice, Jayne is a researcher at the Queensland University of Technology, a regular presenter and panel member at national and international psychotherapy conferences, and a reviewer for international peer-reviewed academic journals.
Megan aims to empower her clients with tailored nutrition therapy and food literacy to transform health and prevent disease. Having graduated with a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics from the Queensland University of Technology, Megan has experience in a wide range of nutrition areas such as weight management, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, irritable bowel syndrome, malnutrition and sports nutrition.
She has developed extensive knowledge in meal preparation and planning and uses this to personalise practical food-based strategies for her clients. Megan adopts a balanced and positive approach to health and wellness. She enjoys her weekly meal prep and game of water polo as much as she loves indulging in her favourite chocolate. She is passionate about supporting her clients find a healthy and happy relationship with food and is committed to seeing them reach their goals.
In her personal time, you will find Megan playing water polo or in the gym, trying out new recipes in the kitchen or dining out with family and friends.
Megan believes that life is all about balance and takes this approach with all of her patients to ensure life long, sustainable changes.
Office Number: (07) 3071 7405
Megan practices from the following locations: Taigum, Kenmore, Newmarket, Mitchelton, McDowall, Taringa, Daisy Hill, Redcliffe, Northlakes, Albany Creek, Carina, Runcorn, Mt Gravatt & Wellington Point