DR MICHELE BROOKE-DAVEY – (Not taking new patients at this time)

Michele studied Science at Flinders University of SA in 1978 and went on to study medicine at Flinders University of SA, including overseas studies in France graduating in 1986.

After post-graduate training at Flinders Medical Centre, she started in General Practice in 1990.

In addition to comprehensive general practice care, Michele has special interests in women’s health, chronic disease management, preventative health and screening programs, patient education and counselling.

She has post-graduate training in Anaesthesia, Intensive Care and paediatrics, including neo-natal care.

Michele has been involved in the teaching of medical students and awarded status by the School of Medicine at Flinders University of SA.

More recently Michele has completed training in muscle relaxant aesthetic medical treatment and this treatment is now available at the Happy Valley Clinic.

Michele also works part-time as a Breast Clinician at the Burnside Breast and Endocrine Centre and as specialist GP in Women’s health at Wellend Health hormone support and high-risk breast cancer clinic in North Adelaide.

Outside of work Michele enjoys spending time with family, reading non-fiction, fitness and gym sessions and enjoys Travelling.

Michele is available: Tuesdays (COVID Vaccines), Wednesday and Saturday.


Steve graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1986.Steve did resident years at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Repatriation Hospital and then one-year in obstetrics and gynecology at Modbury Hospital.

Has a Medical Degree and Diploma in Obstetrics and he is particularly interested in Orthopaedics.

Steve is available: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (morning), Thursday, Friday and one Saturday a month.


Gigi originates from South Africa, where she graduated from University of Cape Town Medical School in 2002. She completed her internship at Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town and then spent a year working in a rural hospital in Kwa-Zulu Natal.

Gigi commenced working in GP practice as of 2005.

In 2010 Gigi and her husband moved to Ireland where they lived for 4 years and in 2014, they relocated to Moruya on the far South Coast of NSW.

There Gigi went on to complete her GP fellowship and is now a member of the Royal Australian College of GPs.

Gigi’s special interests include Aged Care, Mental Health, Women’s Health, Chronic Disease Management and Nutrition.

Outside of work Gigi enjoys camping in the beautiful outdoors of Australia, travelling, running and drinking fine wines.

Gigi is available: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (3pm – 6pm), Thursday, Friday and one Saturday a month.


Dr Lin qualified in Myanmar in 2003, where she worked in both clinical and teaching positions.

Dr Lin migrated to Australia in 2015 and worked in Broken Hill, NSW while she completed a Diploma in Children’s Health. She gained her FRACGP fellowship in 2018 and completed a primary skin cancer certificate the following year.

She has a special interest in chronic disease management, including diabetes and high cardiovascular risk management and is also passionate about skin cancer medicine, performs full skin checks, skin biopsy, excision, skin grafts and flap procedures.

Dr Lin is fluent in Burmese, as well as English.

Phyu is available: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and one Saturday a month.