|Dr Martin Davey is a principal and joined Rose street clinic in 1991. He studied medicine at Flinders University and graduated in 1984. He has an interest in geriatric medicine, men’s health and anxiety and depression disorders. His interests outside of medicine include bush walking, tennis and outdoor activities.|
|Dr Ineke Pattichis is a principal GP and joined Rose Street Clinic in 1996. South Australian born, She studied medicine at the Adelaide University and then after graduating in 1987, worked at Flinders Medical Centre, where she completed her training for general practice through the RACGP’s family medicine program in 1993. While at Flinders she also studied for and obtained a diploma in obstetrics through the RACOG / RACGP in 1989.
Dr Pattichis has an interest is antenatal shared care, paediatrics and women’s health.
Ineke is married and has 3 children.
|Dr Helen Schinckel is a principal GP and joined Rose Street Clinic in 1999. She studied medicine at Flinders university.After graduating she worked as a Resident Medical officer at Flinders Medical Centre and Repatriation General Hospital, whilst completing her general practice training through the RACGP’s Family Medicine Program in 1993. She subsequently did further training with the Family Planning Federation (Now Shine SA) and worked for them as a visiting medical officer. In addition she worked as a Visiting Medical Officer in the emergency department at the Womens and Childrens hospital until 1996.
In 1998 Helen completed an academic fellowship in general medical Education in Toronto, Canada.
Her Interests include : Paediatrics, Womens Health, Dermatology, Orthopaedics and General medicine.
Helen is married with 2 children.
|Dr Helen Paech graduated from Flinders University in 1991. She spent two years at Flinders Medical Centre and then a brief time with Child & Youth Health (formerly CAFHS). She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (obtained in 1997) and has been in general practice in the southern area of Adelaide for 25 years. As well as general medicine, Helen’s areas of interest include children, shared antenatal care, adolescent health, chronic disease management, women’s health and aged care. Helen is married with 2 daughters.
|Dr Richard Hetzel has enjoyed being a GP for children, young adults and older people for many years.In the 1990s he undertook psychiatry training and has developed a special interest in mental health. Other particular interests include managing chronic pain, addiction and personal & career crises. He was a key person in establishing a health care program for doctors in 2010.
He writes a regular health newsletter and has authored several books, his latest in 2013 “why fit people can get sick”.
|Dr Heidi Faustmann Starting at Rose Street Clinic in August 2020. Heidi specialises in Paediatrics, Family Medicine, Antenatal Care, Sports Medicine, Contraception and Chronic Disease Management.|
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|Adam Sims is a Psychologist in clinical practice, specialising in Adult Psychology. He has been at the Rose Street Clinic for 9 years. Practicing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy as a primary evidence based approach, he specialises in Anxiety & Depressive Disorders. Other interests include peri/postnatal mental health, adapting towards better behaviour, as well as short term interventions to meet specific goals; such as phobias, or behaviour management.
Adam is happy to accept clients aged 17 and above.
Adam is married with 2 young children.
|Juliet White completed her Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of South Australia in 2015.She is passionate about providing a friendly and understanding service and taking the time to ensure that your dietary changes are individualized and promote sustained weight loss and/or health improvements.Juliet has a special interest in managing IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), food intolerance and other gastro-intestinal disorders. She is also experienced in managing hyperlipidemia, hypertension, weight loss and diabetes.|
|Vicki RN Vicki joined Rose Street Clinic in 2016 bringing with her a wealth of nursing experience.Vicki has vast knowledge of care plans and health assessments, travel and occupational vaccinations, wound care and employment medicals.In her spare time Vicki loves to spend time with her 2 grandsons and is an avid traveller.|
|Skye RN Skye joined Rose Street Clinic in 2018. Skye Studied at Flinders University then went onto working in a small rural hospital in central Queensland where she worked in their Emergency Department and Medical Ward. As well as working at Rose Street Clinic Skye also works at Flinders Medical Centre. On her weekends she enjoys playing Netball and Football.|
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