Outreach Doctors

07 4155 5062


Dr. Christopher Cameron, GP, MBBS, BA, BSc

Dr Cee Cee is an independent pathway ACRRM registrar, with extensive experience working in Indigenous Communities in Western Australia, Northern Territory and in Queensland (Torres Strait). He is passionate about cross cultural learning, connection to community and places a strong emphasis on personal relationships.

Sally Rider, Clinical Nurse

Sally is a Clinical Nurse with extensive nursing experience in Intensive Care, Emergency, Cardiac, Surgical, Radiology and Nuclear Medicine. Over 20 years of nursing experience. Enjoy working with people to ensure the gold standard treatment and improved patient experience. 

Tahnee Togo, Registered Nurse

Tahnee Togo RN, a well-respected and cherished community member with deep cultural connections to Hervey Bay, where she grew up and calls home to this day. She has also been recently nominated for the USC Alumni Award for her work in the community.

Brodie Dionysius, Clinical Exercise Physiologist

Brodie (to the left) with a client

“Being in multiple sporting teams growing up, I’ve always had a love of exercise.  I’ve always been a caring and compassionate person, but it wasn’t until I started my Clinical Exercise Physiology degree, that I realised I could combine these factors to help others by having the ability to facilitate the change in someone’s life.

Seeing a smile on a participant’s face when they have achieved something they never thought was possible again, or they surpass their expectations, that is what gives me the drive to do my best for every individual.”

Brodie has an interest in all areas of exercise physiology, with a strong interest and passion for cancer and neurological rehabilitation. In his career he has had the opportunity to work with people with a wide range of age, illnesses and disability and continues to develop his skills with ongoing professional development.

An Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) is a nationally recognised allied health professional whose role is to use ‘exercise as medicine’ to provide safe and effective exercise interventions for a broad range of pathological conditions. The goal of an AEP is to assist in the facilitation of lifestyle modification to prevent acute and/or manage subacute and chronic conditions, through restoration of optimal physical function, health and wellbeing. AEP’s are qualified in providing evidence based prescription of highly individualised exercise programs, conduct clinical exercise testing, assess movement capacity and provide health education and support.

Brodie is able to assist participants further with referrals and recommendations to other specialists relevant to the participant’s situation.  He is also able to provide letters of recommendation for equipment and assistive technology to enable participants to achieve their goals.


Call today to schedule an appointment. Please contact us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have. We love all of our community, please feel free to drop in and make an appointment at 5/6-8 Liuzzi Street, Pialba Queensland 4655, Australia