Dr. Cameron McLeod

MBBS(QLD) FRACGP

Cameron is a University of Queensland graduate who trained at the Royal Brisbane Hospital and Ayr Base Hospital. He completed his RACGP training in 1990 and has been in medical practice in Cairns since 1989.

Cameron enjoys all aspects of general practice but has special interests in skin cancer diagnosis and treatment, psychiatry, paediatric asthma and medical education. McLeod Street Medical is affiliated with James Cook University and Cameron, along with several of our other doctors, is involved in teaching medical students and training GP registrars.

Away from work, Cameron is a passionate speed windsurfer, snowboarder and musician and enjoys spending quality time with his five children.

Currently Cameron does not accept new patients except for babies that require a tongue tie evaluation and division.

Dr. Catherine Meehan

M.B.B.S, PGD DipMedSci, Dip Diving HM

Cathy is an experienced diver, and this is reflected in her special interest in dive medicine and a diploma in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. As a practiced and engaged traveller Cathy is one of our go-to doctors for travel advice and vaccinations. She is also qualified to perform AMSA and CASA medicals and a variety of other occupational health assessments.

Dr. Katherine Holzhauser

On Friday 4th February we received notification from Dr. Holzhauser that she will not be returning to McLeod Street Medical after her leave in February.  We are not aware of Katherine’s plans moving forward however we wish her well. 

You have the right to choose your health care provider and we are committed to supporting your decision.  The care and treatment you received in the past from Katherine will continue to be available to you at the practice.    

We sincerely regret the disappointment this news will cause and will work with you to help make the transition as smooth as possible.

Dr. Bruce Bilbe

M.B.B.S, FRACGP, D.C.H

I graduated from Sydney University in 1971 and have had the honour of working in Cairns as a GP since 1978. During this time, I have been privileged to be a part of my patients lives and have built strong relationships through several generations of many families. As my career progressed, I developed the strong conviction that medications are not always the solution to managing illness and medical problems, but that lifestyle and behavioural actions play a significant role in contributing to good health.

I was welcomed into the McLeod Street Medical family in 1998 as a partner but am now semi-retired after stepping down from the partnership role in 2016 to begin the transition into the grey nomad lifestyle with my wife Shelly.

Although in the final years of my career my commitment to patient care is unwavering.

Dr. Merodia Rodgers

M.B.B.S(QLD), FRACGP

I grew up in Kuranda and as a proud local I love the lifestyle that Cairns has to offer.
I studied medicine at James Cook University in Townsville and Cairns and McLeod Street Medical welcomed me into the practice in 2009 as a GP registrar. After completing my GP Fellowship training in 2012 I was fortunate enough to be able to put down roots and continue working at the practice.
I feel very privileged to have been a part of so many people’s lives and to have developed strong patient-doctor relationships. I enjoy the wide range and diversity of medicine within the practice enjoyable and rewarding.
My area of special interest is in women’s health, and I am passionate about empowering women through contraceptive choices (including Mirena insertion).
I live with my tradesman husband and two children – often working shorter days to do the ‘mum thing’. Also living with us are our two Great Danes and a Blue Heeler. Outside of work I enjoy cooking, running and fishing with the family.

Dr. John Chandler

M.B.B.S, FRACGP

John graduated from Griffith University in 2008 and moved to Cairns in 2009 to complete his internship at the Cairns Hospital. In 2010 he relocated to rural South Africa where he spent 12 months working as a generalist and furthering his skills in trauma management, infectious diseases and maternity care.
Over the next 3 years John travelled widely and worked in hospital emergency departments across Scotland and Darwin. During that time John decided that he would like to return to Cairns and its appealing lifestyle and in 2015 he made it and started working as a registrar with various medical practices around town, eventually joining McLeod Street Medical in 2017. John also does some work in emergency medicine at the Cairns Hospital to keep up his skills. He enjoys spending time with his family and all things outdoors, including mountain biking, hiking, and camping.

Dr Sorrel Sørensen

MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP, PG Cert 1&2 Substance Misuse, FRACGP

I graduated from Glasgow University, Scotland in 1998 and initially directed my training toward Ophthalmology, which I have continued to enjoy as a field of interest in General Practice. I completed the London Royal College specialist GP examinations in 2004, as well as diplomas in Family Planning and Obstetrics & Gynaecology. I took time out of community GP to train in hospice-based Palliative Care.
Prior to moving from the UK, I trained in the field of Alcohol & Substance Misuse, completing the Post Graduate Certificates in this subspecialty and I worked for several years in the medium and high security prison environment in N.E England, as well as in the Urgent Care GP setting.
I have a broad experience across the field of family medicine and I am happy to consult on all aspects of general practice. I enjoy supporting families from antenatal to paediatric care; on to the broad range of men’s and women’s health, through to care for the elderly and management of chronic disease. I direct full body skin checks to GPs who perform these routinely.
Other interests:
I was previously a competitive rower, however with the choice of providing a hearty meal to either sharks or crocs, I prefer to stick to land-based sports and enjoy running or swimming in a pool full of chlorine.

Dr Hannah Mullins

M.B.B.S, FRACGP

Dr. Hannah Mullins joined the practice in February 2021.

Her journey in medicine started in 2013 when she completed the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery at Griffith University. She undertook her residency at Ipswich Hospital and subsequently went on to work at the Princess Alexandra Hospital gaining experience working in a variety of adult medical specialties.

Hannah is interested in all aspects of General Practice. She appreciates the unique opportunity that general practitioners have in providing holistic care to patients and their families.

In her spare time Hannah enjoys spending time with family and friends and exploring the outdoors.

Dr. Eliza Colley

M.B.B.S.

Eliza graduated her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Adelaide in 2018, before completing hospital years in South Australia, and the Sunshine Coast. She rotated through a range of specialties during this time.

Eliza moved to North Queensland in 2021, and specifically to Mcleod Street in 2022, as one of our GP registrars. Eliza is passionate about all areas of general practice, from babies through to the elderly and end of life cares.

In her spare time, you will find her exploring the outdoors, on the football field, or in the pool.

Dr. Brooke Michael

M.B.B.S

Brooke has joined Mcleod Street Medical as a GP registrar.

She completed her training at James Cook University in 2017 and went on to complete several years at Cairns Hospital across various specialties.

She enjoys all aspects of general practice and primarily the continuity of care it provides.

Brooke is a Cairns local and outside of business hours you will find her enjoying time with family and friends hiking, swimming and eating good food

Read more about us

Established in 1992 McLeod Street Medical is a fully AGPAL accredited medical practice with doctors, nurses and support staff committed to your on-going and preventive health care.

Situated at 67 McLeod Street Cairns, we are centrally located with ample parking and wheelchair access.

Opening Hours

Monday8:00am—5:00pm
Tuesday8:00am—5:00pm
Wednesday8:00am—5:00pm
Thursday8:00am—5:00pm
Friday8:00am—5:00pm
Saturday8:30am—11:00am
SundayClosed

Facilities

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Onsite Pathology
  • Onsite Pharmacy
  • Radiology Nearby
  • Eftpos and Credit card payment facilities