Nurses & Dietitians

MISS JEMMA EVANS – Registered Nurse

HOURS – Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Jemma was born and raised in Adelaide Eastern suburbs. She studied a Bachelor of Nursing at The University of South Australia and completed her Bachelor of Nursing in 2012. She then completed her Graduate Diploma in Aged Care Clinical Management in 2013 at The University of Queensland. She now undertakes a Bachelor of Laws externally at Charles Darwin University. Jemma had a keen interest in Aged Care and has worked predominantly there before transitioning into General Practice in 2017. Jemma has worked at various General Practices around Adelaide. Her interest is in Chronic Disease Management, particularly Diabetes Care. In her spare time Jemma enjoys spending time drinking white wine with friends, travelling and walking her rescue dog down the beach



Mrs ANDREA JULIAN
– Registered Nurse
Hours: Wednesday and Thursday afternoons

With over 10 years of service at the clinic.  After taking some Long Service Leave , Andrea has returned as a Clinical Support Nurse which involves more non clinical duties and helps on reception   Andrea holds a current CPR certificate.  Andrea did her training at The QEH and Queen Victoria hospital in Tasmania. She has many years experience in midwifery and has worked in general practice for more than 11 years. Andrea completed post-graduate studies at the Flinders uni.


Mrs Melissa Mician
Hours:
Melissa is here fortnightly on a Wednesday afternoon.

Melissa is an experienced private practice dietitian employed by MyHealthOnTrack, consulting from Happy Valley Clinic.

Enhanced Primary Care Plan and Department of Veterans Affairs referrals through your GP are accepted. Private patients are also accepted, rebates may apply if covered by Private Health Insurance.

Melissa enjoys motivating and empowering individuals to achieve optimal health outcomes. She values the importance of sustainable nutrition advice to provide long-term health benefits. Melissa specialises in Weight Management, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Hypertension, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Food Intolerances and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.