Dr Simon Jeaffreson
Originally from Hong Kong, Simon has been in Australia since 1989, having qualified at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London. He moved his practice to Buderim from Beerwah in 2001 and has enjoyed being been part of the community ever since. He is interested in all aspects of General Practice from birth to end-of-life. He is a fanatical kiteboarder and has occasionally been caught sneaking off to the beach in his lunch break.
Dr Penny Jeaffreson
Penny has been a GP in Buderim since 1994. She qualified from the University of Queensland and, after a period in Nambour, Kingaroy and the Gold Coast, has been well established in the Sunshine Coast medical community since then, balancing this with the care of two sons. Her interests include women’s health and paediatrics. She is a keen surfer and you may run into her at the beach most mornings.
Dr Andrew Steele
Dr Steele has worked in Buderim for 20 years and has interests in all aspects of General Practice. He also works part time doing sedation anaesthetics for a local gastroenterology practice. His interests outside of work include snow skiing, music, and a love of travel. He has travelled extensively to all parts of the world and set foot on all seven continents.
Dr Jess Geniola
Jess moved to Buderim in 2012 from Cairns, where he had been in practice for 7 years. Prior to this he was a solo GP in rural Tasmania for many years. He has developed a wide range of medical skills and interests, and has become a valuable member of Buderim Medical Centre.
Dr Sue Redman
Sue qualified at Bristol University in the UK in 1998. She recently joined the practice after working at Montville for the last few years. She has interests in child health and women's health, and, as a qualified yoga teacher, is interested in promoting healthy lifestyles and integrative health. She also provides GP and Women's Health clinics for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
Stephanie received her Bachelor of nursing from the Waikato Institute of Technology new Zealand in 2009. She grew up in Rural New Zealand and moved to Australia in 2011. Stephanie joined the Buderim Medical Centre at the beginning of 2013. She has a passion for women's health and is a certified Pap Screening Nurse. She is a mum to two active boys and in her spare time enjoys hiking, running and photography.
Nikki moved to Australia from England in 1980, and completed her nursing training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, graduating with a HD. Having worked in General Practice for over 20 years, Nikki has developed special interests in travel medicine, wound management and diabetes management. Nikki is mum to a teenage son. She enjoys gardening and travelling, and hopes to travel around Australia in her retirement.