Campus Clinic is a family owned, non-corporate medical practice.
We are committed to providing the highest quality comprehensive medical care to the community of Wollongong University, students, alumni, staff and local residents.
Jennifer opened Campus Clinic in April 2016 and is dedicated to providing caring, friendly, high quality and ethical health care. She trained at the University of Queensland and received the University Medal for her medical degree. She then did 2 years of Physician training at the Mater Hospital, Brisbane and then a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and entered General Practice. Jennifer has special interests in Child and Adolescence, Women’s health and Dermatology and has postgraduate qualifications in these (Diploma in Child health from Sydney Children’s Hospital, Family Planning certificate, Diploma in Practical Dermatology from the University of Wales and Certificate in Skin Cancer medicine from the University of QLD). Jennifer is passionate about preventive health care and believes that quality health care should be accessible for everyone. She also loves trying to solve tricky diagnostic conundrums. When she is not at work she is usually running her 4 children around to after school activities or walking the beaches and forest trails of the Illawarra.
Jennifer is available from Monday to Friday
Euan is a Scottish born born General Practitioner who moved to Australia in 2009. He completed his undergraduate medical degree at Edinburgh University in 2003 , before completing his General Practice training in the north of Scotland in 2008. He has worked locally in the Illawarra for the last TEN years in Shellharbour, Warrawong and now at the University Campus Clinic.
He enjoys all aspects of medicine, and the wide variety of caseload that General Practice offers. He has additional interest in respiratory medicine, paediatrics, and mental health disorders.
Euan is available on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Caroline is a recent addition to the Illawarra, having moved here from Far North Queensland early in 2018 with her partner and cat. A born and bred Tasmanian, she completed her undergraduate medical degree at the University of Tasmania in 2013, before heading to Townsville for further hospital and General Practice training.
Caroline has been awarded fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and received the Tony Buhagiar Memorial Medal for her performance in her final clinical examination. She has an interest in Women’s Health and Sexual Health, and is able to provide IUD insertion and discuss pregnancy options. She also completed a Clinical Diploma in Palliative Medicine in 2016.
Caroline is available Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday and Friday.
Brendan graduated from the University of Wollongong in 2010. He completed his exams to become a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2014 and has also attained an Emergency Medicine Certificate through the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine.
As well as working locally as a GP, Brendan and his family have travelled to locations that include Alice Springs, Coffs Harbour and Elcho Island in east Arnhem Land to work in Aboriginal health. He also continues to work in Emergency Departments between Wollongong and Ulladulla.
Brendan is passionate about utilising non-drug therapies when appropriate, and is committed to minimising the use of antibiotics through adherence to current best practice guidelines.
Brendan is available on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.
Eniko obtained her Doctor of Medicine title at the Semmelweis University of Budapest in Hungary in 2003 and has been working as a doctor in Australia since 2007. She has been working locally in general practice since 2011 and has an interest in all aspects of women’s health, family planning, sexual health and preventative health care. Eniko is an experienced IUD inserter – Mirena and Copper.
She is well traveled and also speaks French and Italian.
Diploma in Child Health from Sydney Children’s Hospital
Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from the Royal Australian/NZ College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Eniko is available for IUD consultations only, one Thursday each month.
Our lovely nurse Keiran started with us in 2018 and works on Tuesdays and Thursdays, giving vaccines and assisting the doctors. Keiran also works in ED and the wards at Sutherland and Wollongong Hospitals.
Mother of 3, Danielle could well be the nicest person on Earth.
She has many years’ experience as a Medical Receptionist and Office Manager.
Please ask her for help with making or cancelling an appointment or any other enquiries.
Be sure to let her know if your medical problem is urgent if you are pregnant or elderly or the appointment is for a child.
Lovely Appellee is our Bookkeeper and Accounts Manager.
Our multitalented UOW students and junior receptionists.