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DR SUE COMERFORD

BCOM, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Sue Comerford graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2001 and worked in Melbourne for a number of years before making a sea change in 2012.  Sue enjoys all aspects of family medicine and has particular interests in women’s health and preventive care.   She is passionate about the role of nutrition and exercise in psychological and physical well-being.  She performs skin checks and minor surgical procedures. 

Sue is Chair of the Bass Coast and South Gippsland Clinical Council and in her spare time loves jogging, beach walks and spending time with her family.

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DR SINEAD DE GOOYER

MBBS, FRACGP, DRANZCOG

Sinead graduated from Monash University in 1999 and has been working in rural communities since completing GP training. She enjoys the breadth of her general practice work and has a particular interest in adolescent, womens’ and mental health issues.

Outside her clinic work Sinead is a board director and current Chair of Gippsland Primary Health Network.  Sinead lives with her family on a dairy farm not far from Inverloch surrounded by green rolling hills and an assortment of pets.


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DR ROZ GILES

MBBS, FRACGP, DRANZCOG

Roz completed her medical studies at the University of Melbourne  in 1991 and after completing her GP training moved to South Gippsland.  She has been working in both Leongatha and Inverloch since 1995. Roz takes a holistic approach to health care with a particular interest in preventive health. Other special interest areas are older people, chronic disease management, palliative care and medical education.

Roz is married with three children and outside of work enjoys walking, bike riding and gardening.

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DR EILEEN GOURLEY

MBBS, FRACGP

Raised in South Gippsland, Eileen went on to study Medicine at The University of Melbourne before returning to Gippsland where she worked at Trafalgar Medical Clinic for many years. After 5 years running a busy practice in Far North Queensland, Eileen is very happy to be back with her family in South Gippsland.

Eileen enjoys all aspects of General Practice but has particular interest in patient centred care, health promotion and illness prevention, and teaching medical students and GP registrars. Outside medicine Eileen enjoys cooking, bush walking and bike riding.

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DR SARAH SMITH

BAppSc (Hons), MBBS, FRACGP

Sarah grew up in East Gippsland and after some years as a research scientist she decided to swap the microscope for people and retrained in medicine, completing her MBBS in 2010 from the University of Melbourne. She undertook her GP training in the Northern Territory and has spent the last two years working as a solo GP in a remote community in Central Australia, returning to Gippsland in 2018 to have her second child. 

Sarah has particular interest in paediatrics and chronic disease but enjoys all aspects of rural general practice. She lives in Inverloch with her husband, two young boys and a disobedient labrador named Louis