Our Doctors

Dr Johannes Steyn trained and worked in South Africa.  He has worked for many years as a rural GP in South Australia, first at Renmark and then on KI. His special interests include obstetrics.  Johannes also speaks Afrikaans fluently.

Dr Jeremy Wells trained at Flinders University before completing various hospital rotations and anaesthetic training.  His special interests include paediatrics and anaesthetics.  Jeremy is our Primary Supervisor of registrars and has also recently qualified as an Advanced Paediatric Life Support instructor.

Dr Philip Cohen completed Medical School at UNSW in Sydney.  More recently he has worked as a GP in the South East of SA, and completed anaesthetic training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.  Phil’s special interests include emergency, anaesthetics, point of care ultrasound and chronic disease management.  He particularly enjoys explaining how and why medical conditions occur and why we do what we do; and can speak some French and Mandarin Chinese.

Dr Phillippa Baker completed her final GP Registrar placement at KI Medical Clinic in 2017.  Since then she has undertaken various GP locum placements and work in the Lyell McEwin Emergency Department, before returning to work with us in 2019.

Dr Susie Keynes completed a medical student placement at KI Medical Clinic in 2013 as a Flinders Uni Medical Student.  We are thrilled that she has now returned, having completed her medical training and various hospital rotations including advanced obstetrics at FMC.  Susie’s special interests include women’s health, antenatal and postnatal care, and paediatrics.  The multi-talented Susie has previously worked as a cardiac nurse and touring musician prior.

Dr Stephanie Cohen has recently moved to Kangaroo Island with her young family, to complete her GP Registrar training with us.  She has a special interest in long term management of complex medical issues – particularly cardiac and respiratory – and is a fluent speaker of Mandarin.  Steph most enjoys putting together the pieces of a medical puzzle, to improve the health of her patients.

Dr Kyle Fairclough is currently undertaking his first term GP Registrar placement through GPEX.  Kyle trained at the University of WA, before completing various hospital rotations in Perth.  Kyle’s special interest include emergency medicine, population health and psychiatry.  He is passionate about health and fitness, and supporting people to make positive changes in their health.

Dr James Doube and Dr Tim Leeuwenburg locum with us occasionally.  James has a special interest in surgery and emergency medicine; and Tim has a special interest in emergency medicine and anaesthetics.