16 Lindsay Rd, Buderim Weekdays 8am - 5:30pm, Saturday 8:30am - 10:30am 5456 1600

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Weekdays8:00am – 5:30pm

SaturdayAppointment Only 

SundayClosed

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Better Health On Buderim

Located at 16 Lindsay Road (just 50m from the Post Office), Better Health on Buderim provides health care services for the whole family – new Patients are welcome!

Bulk billing is available to concessions card holders, veterans affairs and children under 16 except on Saturdays.

For a full list of Services we provide, click here.

Warmest Regards,
The Team

Dr Judy Hesse

MBBS (Hons) Dip RACOG

Dr Judy brings to Better health on Buderim her own unique style, a wealth of knowledge, and over 30 years experience. “Dr Judy” is energetic and passionate about caring for the health of the whole person. She enjoys providing quality care to all her patients.

An accomplished Sydney University graduate, she completed her training at Royal North Shore Hospital and both Children’s Hospitals before embarking on family practice in the north western suburbs of Sydney. She has also completed a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Dr Judy has raised and schooled her 2 children on the Sunshine Coast.

Dr Neil Cradick

Bmed Sci BM BS, MRCGP, AMCc, FRACGP

Neil is a family doctor living on the sunshine coast since 2001. His work interests include best practice medicine and mental health. Orginally from Wales, he has 3 children and enjoys running and making pizza.

Dr Kimberly Harper

I have been a GP for 10 years, working on the Gold Coast, Uk, then the Sunshine Coast since 2008. I enjoy women’s health, care of older patients, Cardiology, and the variety that general practice brings. I live in Buderim and love the community spirit here, and hope I can contribute to it by working here.

Outside of work I enjoying running, reading, and spending time with my husband and children.

Nicola

Practice Manager

 

Kylie

Medical Receptionist

Renee

Registered Nurse

Dr Jonathan Harper

BMedSci, BMBS, MRCPsych, MRCGP, FRACGP

Dr Harper graduated from Nottingham University Medical School in 1999. He then spent some time working in hospitals in Australia, before returning to the UK to complete his General Practice training in London. He permanently migrated to Australia in April 2008.

Dr Harper has a broad range of clinical interests including diabetes, asthma, heart disease, and child health.

Dr Harper also has an interest in improving patients’ access to quality healthcare. He has been involved with various local committees and organisations to help improve the integration of services between the hospitals, general practices and other community health services. 

Dr Rebecca Barnes

MBBS (London)

Areas of Interest: Mental health, preventive medicine, ante-natal care, health information management and information technology, and pandemic planning.

Dr Rebecca Barnes graduated from St Georges University in London in 1989 before migrating to Australia in 1991.

Dr Warren Heywood

Warren was born in the UK and graduated from Cardiff, South Wales in 1991.  Having attained membership of the Royal  College  of  General Practitioners,  he came to  work in Queensland for a year in 1996.  He then settled back in Cardiff, where he worked in his own practice for 17 years, becoming a GP trainer, honorary teacher and senior partner.  The appeal of Australia  was  always  there and having  met and married an Australian, he has  now emigrated here permanently.

Emma

Medical Receptionist

Peita-Lee

Registered Nurse

Rebecca

Medical Receptionist