Our doctors

Dr Jeremy Archer

Dr Jeremy Archer

My Professional History

I completed my medical degree at The University of Auckland, New Zealand, in 2004. I joined the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA) in 2007 when I was working as a doctor in the ICU department at RPA Hospital in Sydney. My anaesthetic training was undertaken in both Australia and internationally. I completed my final exams with ANZCA in 2012 before moving permanently to the Gold Coast.  I am accredited at all the major Private Hospitals on the Gold Coast.  I also work regularly at The Tweed Public Hospital where I assist in the supervision and training of new anaesthetists. In addition to full-time clinical work, I also participate in the Maintenance of Professional Standards Program from ANZCA.

Dr Jeremy Archer

Dr Jo Burton

Dr Jo Burton

My Professional History

Having grown up in Brisbane, I studied medicine at the University of Queensland and graduated in 2006. I then worked as a junior doctor for 2 years at Gold Coast Hospital, before being accepted into specialist anaesthetic training. I completed the required five years of specialist training at public hospitals throughout south east Queensland and northern New South Wales. Since obtaining my Fellowship of ANZCA (Australia and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists) in February 2017, I now work as a specialist anaesthetist in public practice at Tweed Hospital, and privately with Coast Anaesthesia. I am accredited to work at most private hospitals and day surgeries on the Gold Coast.

I maintain my professional standards through participation in the College’s Continuing Professional Development program, attendance and involvement at Quality Assurance meetings, and regular attendance at workshops and conferences.

As your anaesthetist, my role is to see you safely through surgery, and manage your pain relief afterwards. I will stay with you from the time of your anaesthetic, until you arrive in the recovery room. My aim is for you to experience as little pain and discomfort as possible.

Dr Jo Burton

Dr Andrew Cairncross

Dr Andrew Cairncross

My name is Dr Andrew Cairncross and I will be your anaesthetist for your upcoming procedure.

Please be reassured that Australian anaesthetists have world class training in anaesthesia, pain control, resuscitation, intensive care and managing medical emergencies.


My Professional History

Following completion of my medical degree I trained in Anaesthesia at the John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle and received my specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists. I completed a fellowship year with the Royal Flying Doctor Service based in the Kimberly region in Western Australia and then moved to the New South Wales north coast to practice.

I am currently accredited at several public and private hospitals in NSW and QLD.

My goal is to deliver the safest anaesthetic for your operation and minimise your discomfort in the ensuing hours to days.

If you have any clinical concerns or questions I will be happy to discuss them with you when we meet on the day of your surgery, or alternatively you may contact my rooms on (07) 5598 0663.

Dr Andrew Cairncross

Dr Taposh Chatterjee

Dr Taposh Chatterjee

My Professional History

I completed my training in anaesthesia in Canberra and Darwin. I became a fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2006. After working as a Staff Specialist Anaesthetist in Geelong and The Gold Coast, I have been in Private Practice since 2010.

I have an interest in regional anaesthesia. Outside of work I maintain a keen interest in both performing and listening to music.

Dr Taposh Chatterjee

Dr Thomas Conallin

Dr Thomas Conallin

My Professional History

To come

Dr Thomas Conallin

Dr Erin Corcoran

Dr Erin Corcoran

My Professional History

Following completion of my medical degree at the University of Queensland in 1995, I received my specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2003. My Anaesthesia training was completed in Australia; in Queensland and Western Australia. I undertook my final year of anaesthesia training (fellowship year) at the Gold Coast Hospital in Southport. Since 2004, I have worked as a Specialist Anaesthetist in public and private hospitals on the Gold Coast. In 2010, I worked at Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary, Canada to complete a Paediatric Anaesthesia Fellowship. My practice involves providing anaesthesia for both children and adults requiring a wide variety of procedures in public and private hospitals on the Gold Coast. I have also worked part time at Queensland Children’s Hospital since 2015. I participate in the Continuing Professional Development Program from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists, which ensures I keep my knowledge and skills up to date with current practices.

Dr Erin Corcoran

Dr Peter Correa

Dr Peter Correa

My Professional History

My name is Dr Peter Correa. I look forward to being your Anaesthetist for your upcoming procedure.

I received my medical degree from the Flinders University of South Australia in the year 2000. Prior to Anaesthetic training I worked in Northern Territory, Cairns, the UK and later travelled to West Africa with Medecins Sans Frontiers. I completed a Fellowship in General Practice in the Northern NSW in 2008. It was in my rural practice that I became interested in Anaesthetics and decided to pursue it as a specialty.

Anaesthesia is now the focus of my practice and my specialist qualification was obtained through the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2015. I am accredited as a specialist Anaesthetist at the Tweed Heads Hospital plus all the major private hospitals in the Gold Coast area.

I have special interest in medical education, research and post-operative pain management and I am senior lecturer at Griffith University. I am actively involved in regular professional development and quality assurance activities through the Australian and New Zealand College of Anesthetists.

I am based on the Southern-end of the Gold Coast and have a young family of four boys. I see myself being part of the community for some years to come.

Dr Peter Correa

Dr Jennifer Cummings

Dr Jennifer Cummings

My Professional History

I graduated from Aberdeen University, Scotland in 1996 (MBChB).

I began my anaesthetic career in Aberdeen and completed 3 years training there, during that time I was successful in gaining my UK fellowship in Anaesthesia (FRCA 2000).

I relocated to Sydney in 2000 and completed my anaesthetic training at the Prince of Wales hospital, Randwick.

I gained my Australian specialist qualification in 2006 (FRCA).

Since 2008 I have been working as a VMO specialist in Anaesthesia in Northern NSW and the Gold Coast.

I am accredited at several public and private hospitals in Northern NSW and Queensland.


My specialist interests include ophthalmic anaesthesia and ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia. I am committed to maintaining my continuing professional development which is a program conducted by the Australian college of Anaesthetists on a yearly basis.

Dr Jennifer Cummings

Dr Michael Curtin

Dr Michael Curtin

My Professional History

Following completion of my medical degree at the University of Queensland, I received my specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthesia.

My Anaesthesia training was completed both in Ireland and Queensland, ending in a fellowship year at the Gold Coast Hospital. Since obtaining my specialist qualifications I have been working as a staff specialist in the Gold Coast University Hospital. I have also moved into private practice as a member of Coast Anaesthesia. I am a regular participant in the maintenance of professional standards program from the College of Anaesthetists.

Although born interstate I now call the Gold Coast home. I live locally with my wife and three children.

My interests include anything that can get me outdoors and active, particularly anything to do with sport.

Dr Michael Curtin

Dr Ben Darveniza

Dr Ben Darveniza

My Professional History

I completed medical school at University of QLD in 1999 and gained my specialist qualification from the Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2012.

I worked as a junior doctor in Australia and the UK, including as a Royal Flying Doctor providing retrieval services to remote NSW. I hold a position at the Gold Coast University Hospital, which includes training of junior doctors.

I have a strong interest in humanitarian aid work, and have worked in Bolivia, Pakistan, Nepal and Fiji. I have completed a Bachelor of Tropical Medicine (distinction).

Most recently I have combined work and passion as a doctor for the WSL Tahiti pro surf event.

I am committed to providing a safe and comfortable anaesthetic experience, tailoring it to individual patient requirements.

Dr Ben Darveniza

Dr Julia Day

Dr Julia Day

My Professional History

I completed my medical degree in 2008 at Griffith University on the Gold Coast. Following this I undertook my residency training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane where I rotated through many medical specialities. In 2011, I started my first anaesthetic training job at Redlands hospital. In 2016, I received my specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetist. Since finishing my specialisation, I have worked as a specialist anaesthetist on the Gold Coast – in both private and public hospitals. I am a staff specialist at the Gold Coast University Hospital – where I am the specialist unit supervisor for Vascular Surgery. I enjoy actively participating in professional education activities run through the college of anaesthetist.

Dr Julia Day

Dr Lucas Edwards

Dr Lucas Edwards

My Professional History

I am a Specialist Anaesthetist based on the Gold Coast. I graduated from my medical degree at the University of Queensland in 2010, following completion of a Biomedical Science Degree and Graduate Diploma in Clinical Microbiology. I received my specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2016. Having developed a special interest in regional anaesthesia early in my anaesthetic training, I went on to complete a Fellowship in Regional Anaesthesia at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and have subsequently presented at ANZCA meetings. My focus on clinical audit and ongoing research in the field of Regional Anaesthesia continues to enhance my practice. I am also involved in education in the area of trauma and crisis management and I am a faculty member and trainer on the Effective Management of Anaesthetic Crisis Course, a pre-requisite course for anaesthetic trainees.

Dr Lucas Edwards

Dr Simone Fagan

Dr Simone Fagan

My Professional History

In 2009 I completed my medical degree at Griffith University on the Gold Coast. I began my anaesthetic career here on the Gold Coast and gained my Australian Anaesthetic specialist qualifications (FANZCA) in 2018. I relocated to London and completed a paediatric anaesthetic and paediatric anaesthetic cardiac fellowship at The Evelina London Children’s Hospital. I went on to work as a Locum Paediatric Anaesthetic Consultant in 2019. I have recently moved back to the Gold Coast and am accredited at several public and private hospitals in Queensland. I am committed to maintaining my continuing professional development which is a program conducted by the Australian College of Anaesthetics on a yearly basis.

Dr Simone Fagan

Dr Craig Fraser

Dr Craig Fraser

My Professional History

I completed my Medical Degree at the University of Queensland in 1999. Following my Residency at the Gold Coast Hospital, I spent the next five years working as an Intensive Care Doctor on the Gold Coast. During this time I gained invaluable knowledge and skills in resuscitation and multiorgan support, whilst caring for critically ill patients.

With this foundation of experience, I underwent specialty training in Anaesthetics. I received my specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2011. I have both public and private appointments on the Gold Coast.

I am dedicated to providing a high level of safe and quality anaesthesia with effective postoperative pain control. My aim is to provide my patients a pleasant experience throughout the perioperative period.

In an effort to make sure that all information is received and all questions are answered, I am happy to discuss each individual case with my patients in the days prior to their procedure.

Dr Craig Fraser

Dr Nicola Doogan

Dr Nicola Doogan

My Professional History

My name is Dr Nicola Doogan and I will be your anaesthetist for your upcoming procedure. Please be reassured that Australian anaesthetists have world class training in anaesthesia, pain control, resuscitation, intensive care and managing medical emergencies. There is no safer place in the world to have an anaesthetic than in Australia.

In 2005 I completed a Bachelor of Medical Science/ Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at the University of NSW in Sydney. Upon completion of this combined degree I worked as a resident medical officer at the Prince of Wales Hospital and Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick. In these years I gained a broad range of experience in both adult and paediatric critical care medicine.

In 2010 I began training to be an Anaesthetist at the Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospital. During these years I worked at a number of hospitals around NSW including St George Hospital in Kogarah where I completed a fellowship year. In January 2015 I obtained my specialist qualification from ANZCA (FANZCA). For the following 2 years I worked as a specialist anaesthetist in Sydney.

I relocated to the Gold Coast in 2017 and began working as a specialist at The Tweed and Murwillumbah Public Hospitals. I am currently accredited at several public hospitals in NSW and Qld.

My aim is to provide high quality and safe anaesthesia for you during your surgery and to minimize the pain and discomfort at much as possible afterwards.

I hope you find the information in this document to be helpful. If you have any questions or concerns I’ll be happy to discuss them with you when we meet before your surgery. Alternatively you can contact me via Coast Anaesthesia on (07) 55980663.

Dr Nicola Doogan

Dr Thomas Egan

Dr Thomas Egan

My Professional History

I graduated from the University of Notre Dame, Sydney in 2011 with a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery. I completed 3 years of residency at various Sydney hospitals before commencing specialist anaesthetic training at Liverpool Hospital in 2015. I obtained my FANZCA in 2020 having relocated to Northern NSW for my final year of training. During this time I also completed a Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Simulation Education from the Australian Catholic University. I work as a specialist anaesthetist at Tweed & Murwillumbah Public Hospitals, as well as being accredited at all the private hospitals on the Gold Coast. I actively participate in continuing professional development with ANZCA.

Dr Thomas Egan

Dr Pat Glover

Dr Pat Glover

My Professional History

Following completion of my medical degree from the University of Queensland in 2008, I recieved my specialist qualifications from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2016. I currently work as a staff specialist at both Gold Coast University Hospital and Robina Hospital. I am accredited to work in private practice at all major centres on the Gold Coast. I have a special interest in providing regional anaesthesia for relief of post-operative pain.

I participate in the Continuing Professional Development Program from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists, which ensures I keep my knowledge and skills up to date with current practices.

I hope to be able to help you through your peri-operative period providing safe and high quality care for yourself (or your child).

Dr Pat Glover

Dr Neil Greensmith

Dr Neil Greensmith

My Professional History

I completed my medical degree in 2006 at Leicester University in the UK. I moved to Australia shortly afterwards, spending three years furthering my experience in emergency medicine, paediatrics and critical care before commencing my anaesthetic training in Sydney.

I received my specialist qualification from the Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2015. I am accredited at all of the major private hospitals on the Gold Coast.

I also work regularly at Gold Coast University Hospital, a tertiary level teaching hospital and level one trauma centre. I am a participant in the Maintenance of Professional Standards Program from the College of Anaesthetists.

Dr Neil Greensmith

Dr Dan Hyde

Dr Dan Hyde

My Professional History

I completed my medical degree at Griffith University in 2008, achieving the Deans Award for excellence in clinical performance. I went on to accomplish my fellowship in Anaesthesia in South East Queensland and split my time between the public and private hospitals. I have achieved further post graduate qualifications in clinical education and clinical ultrasound.

I enjoy all areas of Anaesthesia, but have a special interest in regional Anaesthesia and pain management after Orthopaedic surgery as well as Anaesthesia for eye surgery.

On the weekend you’ll find me surfing and spending time with my wife and two young children.

Dr Dan Hyde

Dr Nicholas Hogan

Dr Nicholas Hogan

My Professional History

I completed my medical degree at The University of Sydney and my anaesthetic training in Queensland. Following this I undertook additional training in paediatric anaesthesia at The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne.

I currently have appointments as a Specialist Anaesthetist at the Gold Coast University Hospital, The Queensland Children's Hospital in Brisbane and with Coast Anaesthesia. I am a regular participant in the Maintenance of Professional Standards Program from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists.

I regularly work in a wide range of adult and paediatric surgery specialities. My goal is to make the anaesthetic and post- operative recovery a safe and comfortable experience for you or your child.

Dr Nicholas Hogan

Dr Penny Jones

Dr Penny Jones

My Professional History

My name is Dr Penny Jones and I will be your anaesthetist for your upcoming procedure. Please be reassured that Australian anaesthetists have world class training in anaesthesia, pain control, resuscitation, intensive care and managing medical emergencies, so there is no safer place in the world to have an anaesthetic than in Australia.

Following completion of my medical degree at the University of Queensland in 1998, I received my specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2008. My Anaesthesia training was completed both in the UK and Queensland, ending in a fellowship year at the Gold Coast Hospital in Southport. On completion of my Specialist training, I worked as a Staff Specialist at Gold Coast Hospital for 3 years. I then moved into private practice as a member of the Coast Anaesthesia Group which covers all private hospitals across the Gold Coast, and I continue regular public sessions as a VMO at The Tweed Hospital. I live locally with my husband and 3 children. I am a regular participant in the Maintenance of Professional Standards Program from the College of Anaesthetists.

My aim is to alleviate any concerns you may have prior to your procedure & to ensure your experience is a positive one with as little discomfort as possible after the procedure. You have every right to ask questions, to receive information, and to participate in choosing the care you will receive. Asking questions and receiving information are the basis of giving informed consent for any medical procedure, including anaesthesia.

Dr Penny Jones

Dr Naoife Lavin

Dr Naoife Lavin

My Professional History

In 2001 I completed my Medical degree at the University of Queensland.  After this I worked as a junior doctor in NSW and Tasmania gaining experience in Acute Care Medicine, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Oncology.  I undertook my speciality training in Anaesthesia at Hunter New England Health.  I then moved to Sydney where I worked for a year at Westmead Hospital.  Following this I completed a 6 month fellowship at Westmead Children's Hospital.  I received my specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2013.  After this I worked for a short time in Melbourne before returning to Queensland where I grew up.   I am accredited at all the major private hospitals on the Gold Coast.  I also work as a Specialist Anaesthetist at the Tweed Hospital.  I am an active participant in Continuing Professional Development with the College of Anaesthetists.

Dr Naoife Lavin

Dr Raymond Martin

Dr Raymond Martin

My Professional History

Following the completion my medical degree at the University of Queensland in 1999, I worked in a number of rural hospitals around the state. These years gave me a wide range of experience in most medical fields, but it was anaesthesia that peaked my interest. I subsequently undertook anaesthetic specialty training, completing this in 2009. I was employed as a staff specialist at Gold Coast Hospital for a number of years, coordinating and participating in ongoing educational activities for the registrars and residents. I started private practice on the Gold Coast in 2011. This has allowed me to work with a number of excellent surgeons, chronic pain specialists and gastroenterologists to provide quality care for patients. I love my job and I hope to help you through your peri-operative period. My aim is to provide high quality and safe anaesthesia for you (or your child) during your surgery and to minimise the pain and discomfort over the ensuing hours to days.

Dr Raymond Martin

Dr Nathan McCubbery

Dr Nathan McCubbery

My Professional History

I am a Specialist Anaesthetist who works with each patient to ensure the best possible outcomes. Graduating with a medical degree from Griffith University on the Gold Coast in 2009, I began training at the Gold Coast Hospital. I developed an interest in acute care specialties and completed 12 months of intensive care training prior to beginning in anaesthetics. My specialty training was completed throughout southeast Queensland and Northern NSW. I obtained fellowship of the Australia and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2017 and completed a graduate certificate in aeromedical retrieval the same year. Currently, I provide public services to the Tweed Heads Hospital and Murwiumbah Hospital and work within Coast Anaesthesia where I am accredited with all the major hospitals on the Gold Coast. Further, I am an active member of a continuing professional development program, and take an ongoing interest in further education and improvements to enhance my practice.

Dr Nathan McCubbery

Dr Gavin Millar

Dr Gavin Millar

My Professional History

I completed my medical degree at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. I started my training in anaesthesia and intensive care in London before moving back to Australia to complete my training in Sydney. I received my specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2007 and have been working on the Gold Coast in public and private practice since. I am a regular participant in the Maintenance of Professional Standards Program from the College of Anaesthetists and I continue regular sessions as a VMO at the Tweed Hospital.

Dr Gavin Millar

Dr Lisa Mohanlal

Dr Lisa Mohanlal

My Professional History

I am a specialist anaesthetist born and raised in Queensland. Following the completion of my medical degree at the University of Queensland, I undertook postgraduate training in anaesthesia at a variety of hospitals throughout the state and interstate.  I attained a specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA) and was awarded the Tess Crammond Prize for Research that year.  In 2004 I relocated back to the Gold Coast for a staff specialist position for 18 months at the Gold Coast Hospital where I undertook further training to attain a postgraduate diploma in perioperative and critical care echocardiography through the University of Melbourne.

Since then, I have been appointed as a visiting anaesthetist to all major private and public hospitals on the Gold Coast and Tweed Heads.  I am the supervisor of training in anaesthesia at The Tweed Hospital which involves the teaching and supervision of training anaesthetists with ANZCA.  I also participate in the ANZCA continuing professional development programme and I am a member of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA) and the Australian Medical Association (AMA).

Dr Lisa Mohanlal

Dr Paul Murphy

Dr Paul Murphy

My Professional History

In 1993 I completed my Medical Degree at the University of Otago, New Zealand. Following this I spent three years gaining further experience in a number of specialties including emergency medicine and paediatrics. I completed a Diploma in Paediatrics through Auckland University in 1995. I received my specialist qualification from the Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2004 after more than six years training in anaesthesia and intensive care in New Zealand, United Kingdom & Australia. Since that time I been working as a Specialist Anaesthetist on the Tweed and Gold Coasts. I am accredited at all of the major private hospitals on the Gold Coast, the Gold Coast University Hospital and the Tweed Hospital where I am currently Head of Department. I am also a regular participant in the Maintenance of Professional Standards Program from the College of Anaesthetists.

Dr Paul Murphy

Dr Simon Pattullo

Dr Simon Pattullo

My Professional History

I was born in Edinburgh and completed my Medical degree at The University of Aberdeen, Scotland in 1997. I began my Anaesthesia training in the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary prior to moving to Australia with my family in 2000. I went on to complete my Australian training in Anaesthesia at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney before moving up to Queensland in 2006. I have been a Specialist at the Gold Coast University Hospital since 2007 and have been working in private practice on the Gold Coast since 2009. I live locally with my wife and four children. My main areas of interest professionally include Postgraduate Education, Quality and Safety and Critical Care Echocardiography (I completed a six month overseas Fellowship in Cardiothoracic anaesthesia and Intensive care in Glasgow in 2012).

Dr Simon Pattullo

Dr Izak Perold

Dr Izak Perold

My Professional History

I attained my medical degree at the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 2003. I subsequently trained as a registrar in South Africa and Australia, attaining specialist status in South Africa (2012), and Australia (2015).

I am credentialled at all major private Gold Coast Hospitals. I hold an appointment at the Gold Coast University Hospital, where I am also a supervisor for training anaesthetists. My professional interests include regional anaesthesia and medical education. Away from work I am a keen runner and kitesurfer.

Dr Izak Perold

Dr Sally Steele

Dr Sally Steele

My Professional History

I graduated from Griffith University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery. Staying local, I spent my 3 years as a junior doctor within South-East Queensland, with a focus on critical care. Following this, I obtained my FANZCA in 2019 after 5 years of specialist training with the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists. During this time, I also completed a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Education from Flinders University. I work as a specialist anaesthetist on the Gold Coast, accredited at all the major public and private hospitals. I actively participate in continuing professional development with ANZCA.

Dr Sally Steele

Dr Christopher Stone

Dr Christopher Stone

My Professional History

In 2005 I completed my Medical Degree at the University of New South Wales. Following this I spent three years gaining further experience in a range of specialities including emergency medicine and general surgery. 

I received my specialist qualification from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2013. This was awarded after more than five years training in anaesthesia, intensive care and pre-hospital medicine throughout metropolitan Sydney and the Tweed and Gold Coast region.

Since then I have been working as a specialist anaesthetist at The Tweed Hospital and all of the major private hospitals on the Gold Coast. I am currently the Director of Anaesthetics at Murwillumbah Hospital, and actively participate in the training of our future anaesthetists. I have a special interest in onco-anaesthesia and Enhanced Recovery After Surgery pathways for relevant patients.

Dr Christopher Stone

Dr Peet Van Den Berg

Dr Peet Van Den Berg

My Professional History

My name is Dr Peet van den Berg and I will be your Anaesthetist for your upcoming procedure. I work with a number of excellent surgeons in many areas including Gastrointestinal, Orthopaedic, Ear nose and throat and gynaecological surgery. As a Private Anaesthetist I am accredited at all of the major Private Hospitals and Day Procedure Centres located on both the Gold and Tweed Coasts. In addition to full-time clinical work, I continue to regularly participate in the Maintenance of Professional Standards Program from ANZCA.

Dr Peet Van Den Berg

Dr Natalya Von Papen

Dr Natalya Von Papen

My Professional History

I am an Australian trained doctor having completed my medical degree at the University of Queensland, along with my specialist qualification through the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists. I am currently accredited Specialist at the Gold Coast University Hospital, along with Pindara Private Hospital, Allamanda Private Hospital and John Flynn Private Hospital. I am a regular participant in the Maintenance of Professional Standards Program from the College of Anaesthetists. I live locally in the Gold Coast Hinterland with my husband and four children

Dr Natalya Von Papen