Doctors Nick Dreyer, Le Le Myo, Daniel Gelic, and Belen Manimbo
Dr. Belen Manimbo
Doctor Belen Manimbo completed her medical degree in the Philippines from the Davao Medical School Foundation. After she passed the Medical board examination she proceeded to do her residency in Family Medicine (their version of General Practice Training) at San Pedro Hospital for 4 years. After finishing in the hospital system Belen went into private practice. She and her husband moved to Australia in 2008, and she worked in Emerald Queensland for 10 years. Having holidayed on the Sunshine Coast several times they finally made the move here to join Parklands Medical Centre . Belen enjoys all aspects of General Practice with particular interests in women’s health, paediatrics and elderly patients.
Belen is available for consultations every day from Monday to Friday.
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Dr. Daniel Gelic
Dr Daniel Gelig has completed his medical training across Australia and joined our Parklands medical practice after working as a GP in Nambour and Gympie for several years, as well as at various hospitals across Brisbane.
Dr Gelic enjoys all aspect of general practice and welcomes new patients to the Parklands clinic.
Daniel is available for consultations every day from Monday to Friday.
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Dr. Nick Dreyer
Dr Nick Dreyer gained his medical degree in 1993. Nick has 23 years experience as a General Practitioner in Australia with extensive experience over a broad range of medicine, including 10 years experience in cosmetic injections, anti-wrinkle treatments and lip enhancements.
Nick has a special interest in cosmetics, skin lesions and general medicine and has been a GP on the Sunshine Coast since 2003.
Dr Dreyer has been a principal owner of two family medical practices in the past - including Pelican Waters Family Doctors - and mentored general practitioners. Dr Dreyer is an examiner for the RACGP and holds a Diploma of Clinical Hypnosis.
Nick's after work interests include golf and rugby union, and enjoying quality time with his wife and three children.
Dr. Le Le Myo
Burmese born Dr Le Le Myo is much loved by our patients for her happy 'love life' attitude and quick laugh. And she certainly knows her medicine!
In addition to her fellowship degree in General Practice from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Le Le has obtained her Obstetrics and Gynaecology diploma from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of O&G. In addition to general practise and preventative medicine she will focus on Sunshine Coast women’s health, antenatal care, post natal care, Implanon insertions, Mirena insertions and removal, sexual and reproductive health, infertility and family planning.
Le Le loves seeing the whole spectrum of life through pregnancy, birth, childhood, the challenging adolescent years, middle age and then working with the elderly as part of her role as a GP. Le Le's favourite thing about being a GP is being able to support Sunshine Coast patients to make positive changes in their lives.
When not on the job she loves exploring the Sunshine Coast with her husband and two sons.
Dr. Frank Demaio
Dr Frank Demaio has moved across to our Bundilla Clinic in Mooloolaba full time. Please book in with another Parklands GP or contact our Bundilla Clinic to transfer your records across and continue seeing Frank there.
Dr Frank Demaio studied medicine at Melbourne University and graduated in 1986 with his MBBS. Frank ran his own medical clinic for a number of years before joining forces with a medical group in Victoria. He made the move to the Sunshine Coast in 2016 with his wife and two kids. Dr Demaio embraces all aspects of general medicine, helping patients young and old, male and female, with health issues ranging from discomfort to illness to minor surgery.
* Dr Ross Woodward. Ross has retired from general practice. We wish you all the best Ross, and thanks so much for your years of service with Alive & Kicking.
* After her maternity leave, Dr Debbie Tennett has decided not to practice medicine on the Sunshine Coast. We wish her all the best in her future endeavours!