Dr. Rob Campbell
Dr. Rob Campbell might almost be considered a local with 35 years of service to the Deniliquin community.
Dr. Campbell works full time at the clinic providing the full range of GP services from blood pressure checks to skin checks as well as contributing to the Deniliquin Hospital Emergency Department roster.
He has additional skills in anesthetics and obstetrics and is able to follow your pregnancy care through from pre-conception to post natal.
Dr. Campbell runs an out-reach GP service to Mathoura every second Tuesday and also attends both Deniliquin Nursing Homes weekly.
Dr. Campbell is currently accepting antenatal clients and patients for anesthetic review.
Dr. Marion Magee
MBBS (News) Dip RACOG
Dr. Marion Magee is one of our principal GPs.
She gained her undergraduate medical degree in Newcastle in 1982, and then continued to train for family practice.
Dr. Magee practices full time at the clinic, and contributes to the Emergency Department roster at Deniliquin hospital.
Dr Magee is a GP-obstetrician and can perform cesarean sections.
She also has anaesthetic training and is able to manage your anaesthesia for procedures at Deniliquin hospital.
In other words she can do it all.
Dr. Magee has a special interest in acupuncture. She has completed further training to help her patients manage chronic pain and other aliments without medications.
Dr. Magee has her books open for new antenatal clients and anaesthetic reviews.
Dr. Ben James
Dr. Ben James is a new fellow to the RACGP. He graduated from Finders University in 2012 and has completed further training in anaesthetics and emergency medicine.
Dr. James has a keen interest in medical teaching. He is accredited to teach advanced paediatric life support (APLS) and advanced life support level 2 (ALS2). His also has a special interest in skin lesions and is able to provide surgical management for a range of skin cancers.
In addition to offering full time services to Deniliquin Clinic he contributes to the Deniliquin Hospital Emergency Department roster and provides anaesthetic support for obstetric and elective surgical lists.
Dr. Rachel James
Dr. Rachel James graduated from Finders University in 2013 and since that time has pursuing a career in rural health. She has recently fellowed with the Australian College or Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM).
Dr. James has completed further training in obstetrics and women's health and is able to follow your care from pre-conception all the way to the post-natal stage, including delivery at Deniliquin Hospital. She can perform cesarean sections if required. Dr. James can also discuss contraceptive needs and is trained for insertion of Implanon and Mirena.
Dr. James has a special interest in paediatrics. She has completed her diploma of child health whilst working with the paediatric department in Wagga.
She is trained as an advanced life support, level 2 instructor (ALS2) and enjoys teaching medical students about rural health.
Whilst providing full time consulting services to Deniliquin Clinic, she also contributes to the Emergency Department roster at Deniliquin Hospital.
Dr. Rachel James is accepting new antenatal patients.
We are supported by a group of brilliant nurses and medical reception staff.
Nurse Tina has extra skills in adult and child immunisation. If you or your children are due for immunisation please give us a call and make an appointment with Tina.
Nurse Sue has additional skills in podiatry and is trained to provide basic foot care.
Our medical receptions will help triage your appointment and ensure you have the right amount for time for your health needs