At Tweed Health for Everyone we offer a wide range of services aimed at both the prevention of childhood illnesses and the promotion of health and wellbeing. Many of our GPs are parents to young children themselves and understand the stress of having an unwell child in the family home. They also believe in the importance of forming long-term relationships with you, providing continuity of care not only for your child but the whole family.

Services include
GPs with a special interest in Children's Health

As a woman it is often preferable to see a female doctor and at Tweed Health for Everyone Superclinic we have a number of highly-experienced female GPs who offer a range of women's health services.

Services include
  • Cervical screening
  • Breast screening
  • Contraceptive advice & prescriptions
  • Pre-menopausal care
  • Antenatal and postnatal pregnancy care
GPs with a special interest in Women's Health

We also have a physiotherapist with a special interest in women's health. Anjana Narsai and Tyneale Lloyd have completed advanced courses through the Women's Health Training Association including prolapse and stress incontinence, pessary fitting, overactive bladder and urgency, and genitourinary and anorectal pain.


Many men would prefer to see a male doctor about mens health issues and we have a number of experienced male GPs at our clinic who offer a range of men's health services.

Services include
  • Prostate surveillance
  • Testicular health
  • Heart disease prevention
  • Mental health screening
GPs with a special interest in Men's Health


Being a teenager can be a confusing time and it helps to have a regular doctor you can trust. Our GPs can provide you with a range of health services specific to your needs and can be a great source of support outside of your family and friends.

Services include
  • Sexual Health
  • Drugs and alcohol
  • Emotional and mental health
  • Family and relationship problems, including violence
  • Pregnancy
  • Sexuality
  • Parenting
  • Chronic health issues
  • Sexual assault
  • Dental problems
  • Skin conditions and infections
  • Health education
  • Soft tissue injury and wound care
  • Support with drug and alcohol issues (AOD)
  • Immunisations
  • Blood borne virus screening
GPs with a special interest in Adolescent Health


For pregnant patients we offer GP pregnancy care and shared antenatal care with the local Tweed and Murwillumbah hospitals. Foetal dopplers are used in routine checks and pathology services are also available on-site for most antenatal tests (please check with S&N Pathology for a full list of available tests).

Expecting mothers can access a range of allied health services from our clinic including: physiotherapy, nutrition, psychology and diabetes education. Any allied health professionals involved in your antenatal or postnatal care will work collaboratively with your GP and/or midwife.

GPs with a special interest in Pregnancy care

Complimenting our GP pregnancy care is a dedicated midwife clinic provided by Coastal Midwives.


For patients planning an overseas holiday you may want to consult one of our travel medicine trained doctors to ensure you stay healthy during your trip.

Services Include
  • Experienced advice with doctors trained in travel medicine (our doctors are part of the Travel Medicine Alliance [link])
  • Guaranteed up-to-date travel recommendations
  • On hand vaccines and medications including Yellow Fever vaccine
  • Traveller's medical supplies specific to your needs
  • An internationally accredited vaccination record book
  • Answers to your questions from our experienced staff

It's ideal to book in for your travel consultation early to allow enough time for planning and some vaccines take time to take effect. So, if you're planning a trip overseas, book an appointment with our travel doctors today (please ensure you mention you are booking for travel medicine when speaking to our receptionists).

GPs with a special interest in travel medicine


All of our nurses are accredited to give immunisations for prevention of childhood illnesses. Additionally, flu and pneumonia vaccinations along with all adult and travel immunisations are available.

Nurses will provide information for parents regarding their children's vaccinations. They will also be proactive in reminding parents and patients when their immunisations are due.

Parents can find more information about immunisations at the Immunise Australia Program or if you have any concerns please discuss these with your family doctor.


At Tweed Health for Everyone Superclinic we have a strong focus on preventative care in chronic disease management, including addressing risk factors such as obesity, smoking and alcohol. We are proactive in working with patients by providing education on how best to manage chronic disease.

Additionally, patients can access many allied health services including podiatry, dietitian, psychology, physiotherapy, diabetic education, hearing assessments, optometry and dentistry all from our one convenient location. By having these ancillary services situated together we also ensure a more streamlined and collaborative approach to patient care. For those patients requiring more complex care, we conduct regular coordinated care meetings in-house, including the involvement of providers from the public hospital system.

GPs with a special interest in Chronic disease management


Aged care at Tweed Health for Everyone Superclinic focuses on both chronic disease management and dementia services. We have close links with the Dementia Outreach Service as well as offer in-house services from psychologists specialising in dementia.

We also offer services to patients in Registered Aged Care Facilities. For all patients over 75 years of age, we can provide an annual in-home assessment with a visiting nurse. This assessment helps us identify any issues with memory, fall-risks in the home, and depression. Along with a general medical check these assessments ensure we can proactively address any problems before they escalate and result in hospital admission.

Older patients often have complex medication lists. Our doctors work with our local pharmacists to regularly review medications as well as suggest the use of dosing aids where appropriate.

In addition to GP care, elderly patients can access a range of allied health care including physiotherapy, psychology, dietetics, speech pathology, podiatry, hearing checks and optometry.

GPs with a special interest in aged care


Wellbeing involves not only good physical health but also mental health. Your GP is often your first point of call in addressing any mental health concerns and can provide a range of services in addition to referring you to a psychologist.

Services include
  • Adjustment disorder
  • Alcohol and other drugs
  • Anxiety and phobias
  • Depression
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Gender/sexual identity
  • Panic disorder
  • Personality disorders

  • Dr Renae Myhill
  • Dr Peter Barry
  • Dr Megan Kelly