Dr Neil Mackay at Queen Street Medical Centre Moruya

Dr Neil Mackay

Dr Neil Mackay

After graduating from the University of Tasmania in 2013 I worked for two years in Launceston before heading up to the Sunshine Coast and Cairns in Queensland where I lived and worked for four years while training in orthopaedics. Early in 2020 I began my general practice training in Pambula on the far […]

Dr Bronwyn Henderson at Queen Street Medical Centre Moruya

Dr Bronwyn Henderson

Dr Bronwyn Henderson

I grew up in Batemans Bay and moved to Auckland in my early 20s to work in microscopy and then started as a front-line ambulance paramedic. I am ever motivated to learn and so returned to Aussie to study medicine in 2010. I graduated from the University of Wollongong Graduate School of Medicine […]

Dr Nadira Khan at Queen Street Medical Centre

Dr Nadira Khan

Dr Nadira Khan

I joined Queen Street Medical Centre as a General Practice Registrar from a desire for a closer sense of community. I am passionate about my career and cherish the continuity of care of my patients.
I completed my post-graduation in Bangladesh and hold full general registration with the General Medical Councils in the UK […]

Shenoa Holliday - GP Registrar at Queen Street Medical Centre, Moruya

Dr Shenoa Holliday

Dr Shenoa Holliday

I graduated from the University of Newcastle in July 2012. Following my first 2 years as a junior doctor in Albury, I spent 4 years working in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in Launceston, Western Australia, Gosford and Orange and hold an Advanced Diploma in Obstetrics.
I am now with the Queen Street Medical team as […]

Dr Neil Starmer

MBBS (UNSW), MPH & TM (JCU), FRACGP


Dr Neil Starmer graduated in medicine from UNSW in 1989 and plotted his escape from Sydney soon after. Neil has worked in hospitals and general practice in Sydney, the Central Coast, the Gulf of Carpentaria, Townsville and Darwin, and on Royal Australian Navy ships and bases.
Neil completed his General Practice training and a Master’s in Public Health and Tropical Medicine while serving with the Royal Australian Navy. Neil left full-time service with the RAN in 1999 to join the Queen Street Medical Practice as a partner and remains in the Navy Reserves.
Neil chose to be a General Practitioner to provide continuing, comprehensive, coordinated health care to people in their community. Neil appreciates the completeness of care that can be provided through working in both the general practice and Moruya Hospital. Neil is also interested in drug and alcohol medicine and is an accredited methadone prescriber.
Neil is married with two children and enjoys being a part of the Eurobodalla community. Neil participates in many pursuits; his ideal day involves one major and two minor activities. His recreational interests include remaining fit, sailing, gardening and telemark skiing.

Dr Les Roberts-Thomson

MBBS, FRACGP, FACRRM, DRANZCOG (Adv.), DTM&H




Dr Les Roberts-Thomson grew up on a potato farm in Tasmania and did most of his training in North Queensland before moving to Moruya in 2004. Along the way, he has done some work in Papua New Guinea and Ethiopia.
Apart from work, he enjoys cricket, cycling and the snow.

Dr Tim Shepherd

MBBS (Monash), DRCOG, FACRRM


Thirty-two years ago, I began my GP career at QSMC. In the early days, I was a Visiting Medical Officer at Moruya Hospital – Obstetrician, Anaesthetist, rural GP, father of 4 and, in some spare time, a volunteer doc overseas. I love the longevity of our team in our practice – its evolution of new people and the development of our new surgery. I am still surfing, kayaking, photographing, hiking, travelling – and happily married. I am a grandfather of 2 – fantastic!