Dr Gerome van der Linden has extensive general practice experience in rural communities. His special interests include anaesthetics, paediatrics, diabetes and general medicine. Outside of work Gerome is a keen surfer.
Dr Johannes Steyn trained in South Africa and has now worked for many years as a GP in rural South Australia. His special interests include obstetrics and anaesthetics. In his spare time he enjoys fishing, and is also an aspiring cattle and goat baron.
Dr Tim Leeuwenburg has interests in internal and emergency medicine, trauma, chronic disease management, paediatrics, anaesthetics, mental health and minor surgery. Outside of work Tim enjoys sea-kayaking, bush-walking, and conservation biology.
Dr Jeremy Wells trained at Flinders University before completing various hospital rotations and anaesthetic training. He commenced as a GP Registrar at KI Medical Clinic in February 2014 and has now obtained his RACGP fellowship, and joined the practice as an associate. Jeremy’s special interests include paediatrics and anaesthetics, and we are very excited that he and his young family have chosen KI as their new home.
Dr Phillippa Baker joined us in February 2017 for her final registrar term. Having grown up in rural Victoria, Phillippa has a passion for rural General Practice and has already gained experience working at Port Pirie. Prior to this, she completed hospital rotations at the Lyell McEwin Hospital.
Dr Donna Weckert commenced her first GP Registrar term with KI Medical Clinic in February 2017. She has a strong interest in the health and wellbeing of people living within the remote and rural regions of Australia, and undertook student placements with the Royal Flying Doctors Service. Prior to joining us, Donna completed hospital rotations at Flinders Medical Centre, Noarlunga Hospital and the Repat.