Dr Mary Ann Kulh
MBBS (Syd) MPH FRACP
Dr Mary Ann Kulh is a geriatrician and physician with extensive clinical experience in adult medicine. Dr Kulh began her specialist training at Royal North Shore Hospital, relocating to the ACT more than a decade ago to complete her specialist education.
Dr Kulh was instrumental in the establishment of the Medical Assessment and Planning Unit (MAPU) at The Canberra Hospital and is now the Director of MAPU at Calvary Hospital in Bruce. Dr Kulh is a Clinical Examiner with the RACP and an active member of RACP training team across the ACT. She is a Senior Clinical Lecturer for the Australian National University Medical School (ANUMS).
Dr Kulh admits patients to Calvary Hospital, Calvary Private Hospital, National Capital Hospital. She visits Braidwood Hospital on a monthly basis providing regional services to the area.
Dr Arnagretta Hunter
BA (Hons) MBBS MPH FRACP
Dr Arnagretta Hunter is a cardiologist and physician with broad clinical experience and a commitment to patient-centered medicine. Her specialist medical training was at St Vincent’s Hospital, Darlinghurst, and St Vincent’s Hospital, Fitzroy with fellowship training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Dr Hunter worked at Riverina Cardiology, a busy clinical practice in Wagga Wagga in regional NSW from 2009 until the end of 2013. In 2014 she relocated to accept a position at Calvary Hospital in the Australian Capital Territory. In 2018 she moved from Calvary Hospital, to work in the General Medicine Unit at The Canberra Hospital.
Dr Hunter has been a regional examiner with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and has had long standing involvement with teaching and training for medical students and junior doctors. She has been a Specialist Medical Advisor for the Therapeutic Goods Administration. She is a Senior Clinical Lecturer for the Australian National University Medical School (ANUMS).
Dr Hunter admits patients at The Canberra Hospital, National Capital Private Hospital and Calvary Private Hospital. Dr Hunter also visits the Young District Medical Centre on a monthly basis.
Stella Creighton is a Specialist Nurse Practitioner who offers More than Medicine Braddon a person-centred customised service specialising in Aged Care, Continence Advice, Stomal Therapy, Cognitive Assessments, Aged-Care placement and relocation advice. Stella reviews patients in at More than Medicine, in their home or at residential aged care facilities. Stella works with families and patients to reduce hospital admissions and re-admissions by supporting the General Practitioners, Geriatricians and Families in managing older people in the community.
Stella has over 10 years of experience in Aged Care, five years of Womens Health experience at the Royal Women’s Hospital Melbourne, and many years experience working at the Children’s Hospital Melbourne, addressing paediatric health issues with a specialisation in managing stomal and continence needs.
Dr Rebecca Pearson
Dr Rebecca Pearson is a respiratory physician who specialises in complex lung disease and lung transplantation. She is a part-time Staff Specialist in the Lung Transplantation Unit at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney.
Dr Pearson trained at St Vincent’s Hospital, Darlinghurst and at Royal North Shore Hospital. She has worked as a respiratory consultant at the Royal Darwin Hospital before relocating with her family to Canberra in 2016.
Dr Tony Kwan
Dr Kwan is a specialist nephrologist and general physician with an interest in renal transplantation. He has been a specialist physician at Calvary Hospital since 2015. He also admits patients to Calvary Bruce Private Hospital and National Capital Private Hospital.
Dr Rachael Cordina MBBS FRACP PhD is a cardiologist specialising in Adult Congenital Heart Disease. Dr Cordina is a staff specialist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney and visits Canberra several times each year, consulting from More than Medicine in Braddon. Further information about Dr Cordina can be found at: drcordina.com.au
Dr Maria Brosnan MBBS FRACP PhD is a cardiologist based in Melbourne at St Vincents Hospital, Fitzroy. She undertakes clinical research in cardiac disease in athletes through the Baker Institute at The Alfred Hospital. Her speciality interest include cardiology for athletes, and cardiac genetics, as well as non-invasive cardiac assessment.