Dr Kevin Lynch is an enthusiastic rural GP who has been caring for people from birth to older age in the Dalby region for a generation. As one of the senior clinicians at Myall Medical Practice, he is proud to continue providing the comprehensive medical services that define the Rural Generalist doctor.
Dr Lynch enjoys the team work approach to family practice with the support of practice nurses to greatly enhance the health of patients through education and pro-active follow up.
His special interests include obstetrics and paediatrics, dermatology and skin cancer medicine, palliative and aged care medicine. Dr Lynch is also involved on management and advisory committees for Dalby’s aged care facilities.
He is an avid clinical teacher for GP registrars and medical students.
Away from the stethoscope and scalpel he enjoys gardening, being a handyman, bush and beach escapes
Dr Ross Maxwell
Dr Ross Maxwell FRACGP, FACRRM,DRANZCOG, GAICD graduated from the University of Queensland Medical School in 1982. Ross worked at the Princess Alexandra, QE2 and Redcliffe Hospitals prior to commencing general practice in Dalby in 1989. Ross has previously practiced anesthetics and obstetrics at the Dalby Hospital until 2019.
Dr Maxwell's other interests have been in Medical organisations having served on the board of the local division of general practice, the state branch council of the AMA, and as president of the Rural Doctor's Association of Australia in 2006. Ross is currently on the board of Health Workforce Queensland and has been on the board of the National Prescribing Service.
Dr Maxwell is married to Dr Kate Hart who also worked with us in the Myall Medical Practice until retiring in 2020. They have 3 adult children and 2 beautiful grandchildren.
Dr Marianne Gall
MBBS(Qld); FRACGP; FARGP.
Dr Marianne Gall graduated from the University of Queensland Medical School in 1998. She has worked in Toowoomba, Roma and at the Sunshine Coast before coming to Dalby.
Dr Gall is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and has a secondary fellowship in Advanced Rural General Practice. She has undertaken further study in Anaesthetics.
She has also worked as a Visiting Medical Officer at the Dalby Hospital in the areas of Emergency Medicine and Anaesthetics until 2020
Marianne loves living and working in a rural setting and attempting to deliver quality health care from the cradle to the grave. Her Medical Special interests include Women's and Children's Health, Skin Cancer Management and minor operative procedures.
With her husband and three young children she has made Dalby her home and loves being involved in the Dalby Community. When not working she enjoys spending time with family and friends, good coffee, good books, watching sport (mainly Rugby), staying active and trying new things - recently dabbling in triathlon.
Dr Felipe Londono
Felipe studied medicine in Colombia, and after graduating worked for 5 years as a GP in a rural area. In 2008 he decided to re-locate to Australia as an international student. Adelaide was his first city and there he obtained a Masters degree in International Public Health at Flinders University School of Medicine.
With an opportunity to establish himself in a Rural Practice, Felipe re-located to Dalby and commenced work at Myall Medical Practice in March 2011. Felipe maintains an active interest in General Practice, achieving advanced training in skin cancer and sexual and reproductive health. Felipe has obtained RACGP fellowship thanks to his dedicated study in general practice.
Felipe is committed to stay at Myall Medical as he now calls this region home.
His non medical interests include soccer, cycling, movies and scuba diving.
Dr Deepama Sumanasekera
Dr Deepama, originally from Sri Lanka, relocated with her family to Dalby in December 2015.
Prior to moving to Australia, Deepama has worked as an Intern Medical Officer in General Medicine and General Surgery at the National Hospital of Sri Lanka, Colombo; as a Medical Officer at the Borella Private Hospital in the Psychiatry Unit and Emergency Treatment Unit and as a GP and Lecturer in Family Medicine at the Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine.
Deepama has been working as a GP at Myall Medical Practice since December 2015 and joined the Associate group in September 2021. Dr Deepama thoroughly enjoys working in our rural community,seeing and managing a wide cohort of patients, working across all areas of General Practice.
Dr Deepama is committed to on-going education and professional development and during her time at Myall Medical Practice has undertaken additional studies in women's and reproductive health.
Outside of work, Dr Deepama enjoys spending time with her family, travelling and cooking amazing Sri Lankan cuisine!
Dr Lotte Verhoef
Originally from the Netherlands where she studied medicine, Lotte relocated to Australia shortly after her graduation in 2004. Since then she has worked in many different places Down Under, from Esk to Ipswich, from the Gold Coast to Mullumbimby. She is now heading for Dalby.
Dr Lotte believes that good health is a balance between mind, body and soul and she will work with her patient to achieve this equilibrium.
She is interested in all aspects of rural general medicine especially women's, children’s and mental health.
Dr Lotte has been a valued member of the Myall Medical team since 2017 and enjoys assisting families with their healthcare needs. Dalby has certainly become home for Dr Lotte and her family.
To maintain her own balance, Lotte enjoys spending time with her young family, exploring the great outdoors, being involved in the community and practising yoga.
Dr Merinda Crowe
Dr Mindy studied her medical degree at Flinders University in Adelaide. Prior to her medical degree she studied medical science and worked as a multi-skilled medical scientist in pathology. She has had diverse medical experiences during her time working in Alice Springs and Darwin in the Northern Territory, which has served as a solid foundation for her career as a family doctor.
Mindy has an interest in obstetrics and women’s health and is passionate about health promotion. She has previously completed the Advanced Obstetric Diploma in Darwin, Northern Territory. Mindy will be providing obstetric services to Myall Medical Practice and Dalby Hospital in the areas of antenatal, labour and delivery in hospital and postnatal care, as well as assisting women with their gynaecological concerns. Mindy is currently completing her rural general practitioner (GP) training and has worked throughout rural Australia.
In her free time, Mindy enjoys spending time with family, hiking the countryside and pottering in the kitchen and garden.