Dr Amanda Illingworth


I have been in Australia for over 30 years and a Grange Road doctor since 1991 (does that make me a local yet?).

I was born in South Africa and grew up in Zimbabwe (Rhodesia), which was exciting and adventurous.

My husband and I emigrated to Australia looking for a better future for our family – and found it in Ipswich.

General Practice has been the most rewarding and exciting career for me. I am passionate about maintaining excellence in primary health care and so I am involved in local medical politics and medical education to do my ‘bit’ to continually improve local health care.

I have 2 awesome grown-up off-spring who are true Aussies.

I love to de-stress with making artworks and playing classical guitar.

Dr Scott Kirton


Scott Kirton was raised in Dapto, NSW.

He grew up almost within view (and definitely within smell) of Lake Illawarra, and spent an idyllic childhood sailing and cycling the countryside. He got badly sunburnt every summer on the beautiful beaches of Wollongong.

Scott moved north to Brisbane with his family in 1984 where he attended Aspley State High, and the University of Queensland where he met his wife Lisa. They have two children and two puppies.

Scott joined Grange Road Medical in 1996 and gradually came to realise that Ipswich is far better than Brisbane, so he moved here.

His special interests are skin cancer detection and surgery, and general skin conditions

Dr Iniyal Raveenthiran


I was born in SriLanka. After finishing high school, I was offered a scholarship to study medicine in Lvov Medical Institute, Russia.

On completing my medical degree, I returned to SriLanka and worked for 3 years.

I got married and migrated to Australia in 1991.
My husband is a Civil Engineer. We have 2 children – daughter and son, both are studying at University of Queensland.

I have been working in Grange Road Medical Services since 2002.

I love spending time with my kids and our family loves travelling.

Dr Christos Kondos


I was born in Perth, WA
Grew up at Queensland Agricultural College
School – Gatton State School and Lockyer District State High School
Uni – University of Queensland – Medical degree, followed by a Bachelor of Arts

I have: –
No pets
One wife
Two children

I never mumble
I am never scruffy
I always run to time
I am forbidden to do Movember


Dr Tu Khai Huynh


My name is Tu (t-oo) Huynh (Hwən).

I was born in Vietnam, and came with my parents to Australia as refugees in 1979.

I have lived in Brisbane most of my life. Went to Brisbane State High School and graduated from UQ in 1998 with my MBBS and spent 4 years at Ipswich General Hospital. I had experience in Emergency medicine, ICU, and Ophthalmology (eyes) apart from the normal rotations in hospital, before deciding on General Practice.

I have an interest in paediatrics (kids), eye problems, men’s health and skin checks, and perform minor procedures like removing skin cancers.

I have started the Ipswich Travel Clinic to provide travel advice and health needs (vaccines, travel kits, yellow fever certificates) for those travelling overseas..

I have a lovely supportive wife and two kids who are growing up fast.

I have been at Grange Road now for a few years and hope that we can continue to provide excellent service to the community with our collective knowledge and experience in our doctors.

Dr Lisa Moreton


My name is Dr. Lisa Moreton, or Mrs. Lisa Kirton, or Mum, or ‘Hey you’.

I have worked at Grange Road since 2000 and have lived locally since 2006.

My husband Scott works here too and we have two children, Hamish and Matilda and two beagles named Bowie and Buffy.

I was originally born in Inglewood, the only true Queenslander in my family and grew up in Rockhampton before moving to Brisbane for University and subsequent hospital time. Scott and I both passed our exams to specialize in General Practice in 1997, and Grange Road is a great place to work and endeavor to provide comprehensive primary care to our patients. I love the continuity of general practice, looking after people in the context of their families and their community.

For fun, I like reading (psychological thrillers, horror, science fiction and fantasy) cooking (decadent desserts especially) and quilting (many more unfinished projects than finished).

Dr Jason Dawson


Dr. Jason Dawson is a local resident with a young family and is an ex-RAAF doctor.

When not working, he coaches a local soccer team: enjoys four wheel driving and camping.

His interest areas of medicine include Ear, Nose & Throat, Musculoskeletal / Sports Medicine and Veterans’ Health.

Dr Nyree Swan


Born and bred in Ipswich and still here.

I am married with 2 children, both boys.

Education – primary and high school in Ipswich, then University of Queensland – initially for Bachelor of Science and then Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery. I then worked at Ipswich Hospital for a few years, then Chinchilla and Ipswich practices for GP training.

My hobbies/interests include keyboard and clarinet playing, scrapbooking, reading, swimming, and volunteering in the kids program at our church.

Dr Aletia Johnson


My name is Dr. Aletia Johnson. I have been working at Grange Road Medical Centre since January, 2010. I graduated from the University of Queensland in 2004 with a MBBS.

I also have a Bsc (Phychology).

Before coming here, I worked in Rockhampton, Gympie and Goondiwindi, as well as a brief stint at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital last year.

I have special interests in Accident and Emergency Medicine, Musculoskeletal Medicine and Chronic Pain Management

Dr Jill Colwell


My name is Jill Colwell. I grew up in outback NSW on a sheep and cattle property.

Graduated with honours in medicine from Sydney university in 1977.

I have worked in general practice for 25 years and at GRMS since 2007.

I believe that health is our greatest asset and we can all do something to improve our health.

For appointments with me, please phone the surgery. My appointments are not available online.

I usually have appointments available Monday to Friday, including urgent/same day appointments.

Dr Robert Illingworth

Rob was born and raised  in Ipswich. He graduated in Medicine from UQ Ipswich and spent 4 years working at Ipswich Hospital. Rob pursued a specialty in Rural and Remote Medicine, working in Dalby in both General Practice and rural hospital Inpatient and Emergency Medicine. He gained his Fellowship of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM) with advanced skills in Emergency Medicine. 


Rob also has a special interest in Musculoskeletal Medicine and pain management with a Certificate in Musculoskeletal Medicine from the Australian Association of Musculoskeletal Medicine (AAMM). He has a passion for using diet and exercise medicine to manage acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries and pain problems.


“Coming back to Ipswich feels a lot like coming home. I look forward to bringing my generalist skill base as well as special interests to the teams at Grange Road and Hunter Street Medical.”

Dr Chris Edgecumbe

Dr Chris is an Ipswich local, having moved into the area in 2011 to commence his medical training. Chris previously worked at Ipswich Hospital gaining experience in general and older persons internal medicine, ENT, palliative care, paediatrics, obstetrics, emergency medicine and gynaecology. 

Chris has an interest in all aspects of General practice, particularly paediatrics, skin cancer and musculoskeletal medicine. Prior to medicine Chris has worked in medical research, youth and disability care and hospitality. 

When not at work Chris enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 daughters.

Dr Teun Van Genderen

Teun was born in Brisbane and comes from a very hands-on family but decided to instead follow his passion for medicine and completed his medical degree at University of Queensland,
St Lucia. 
After graduation he worked at Ipswich Hospital before swapping to general practice. 

Teun has a special interest in Paediatics, Geriatrics and Occupational Medicine. In his free time he enjoys getting out on his boat, fishing and generally enjoying the outdoors.

Dr Andrew Warren

Andrew originally hails from Sydney but hopes you won’t hold that against him. He grew up in Brisbane and, following a career in IT, completed his medical education in Ipswich at the University of Queensland and undertook medical residency at the Redland Hospital on the bayside.
He has three grown children and an ageing Shi Tzu dog, and enjoys photography and music (mostly classical and jazz).  He enjoys the variety of general practice and loves to get to know his patients and provide ongoing care.