About Noosa Outlook Medical Centre

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“This Practice is committed to promoting wellness and disease prevention to all patients. We do not discriminate in the provision of excellent care and aim to treat all patients with due respect.”

Our Team

Dr Claire Lawrence

MBBS (London) MRCP (UK), ClinDipPallMed (RACP), FRACGP

Born in Kent, in the UK, Claire qualified at St George’s Medical School in Tooting, South West London in 2000. She came to Melbourne in 2004 to work for just a year in Emergency medicine before planning to return to train as an Aged Care doctor…but Claire fell in love with the Australian way of life and stayed on, later becoming a citizen! She finally realised hospital life wasn’t for her and so moved to the Sunshine Coast and retrained as a GP….by far the best 2 decisions she’s ever made! Having trained in Pomona and Cooroy, Claire loves this area of the Coast and enjoys the varied aspects of General Practice. She loves the “cradle to grave” approach, providing continuity of care as well as establishing a group of patients who she enjoys forming a relationship with; to advocate for and navigate through life’s challenges. Her interests include General Medicine, Aged Care and Palliative Care.

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Dr Rebecca Lock

General Practitioner BSc(Hons), MBBS, FRACGP

We are forever grateful for Rebecca stepping in to help us at Noosa Outlook Medical Centre- she works on a Tuesday morning.

She has a wealth of experience and is heavily involved in Medical Education, as well as being Mummy to Fur-babies, Mungo and Violet-Rose.

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Practice Nurse

Nursing since the age of 18, trained in England at the Royal Berkshire Hospital as a Registered General Nurse and then as a Midwife. Having worked extensively in Primary Health Care in the United Kingdom, specialities include Womens Health (pap smear and family planning), Chronic Disease Management, Minor Illness, Immunisation both childhood and travel, wound care and general treatment room duties. Gaining a BA Hons Degree in Community Nursing in 2009. Louise has been employed here since March 2011.

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Practice Nurse

Originally from Melbourne, Dasha completed her nursing training at Deakin University and started her career at Freemasons Hospital. Seven years ago Dasha, along with her husband, children and elderly Dalmatian decided the Queensland lifestyle was the way to go, and made the move to the Sunny Coast. She has nursed in many settings including Hospital in The Home and on the Covid hotline. Dasha enjoys going to the gym and out for coffee, and spending time with her 3 year old Weimaraner.

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Medical Receptionist

Sally had fond memories of holidaying in Noosa each year with her mum and sister when she was a teenager, never thinking that one day she would be living here on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. The move came 25 years ago, when Sally and her husband decided to relocate from Brisbane for a better lifestyle.

Until recently, she had been working in the banking industry for over 17 years in client facing customer service and sales roles.

Sally absolutely loves working at NOMC with the amazing team, being able to bring and use her customer service experience and to learn so many new skills in a totally different industry and environment, which she finds rewarding and fulfilling.

Outside of work she is kept busy in her garden and the joys of living on the Sunny Coast.

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Medical Receptionist

Born and raised in Country Qld, Veronica was transferred into the Sunshine Coast in 1986, met her husband the following week and has lived in Tewantin ever since. She began relief work on the reception desk at Noosa Outlook Medical Centre about 5 years after retiring from 35 years of teaching and is really enjoying the opportunity to work with this happy, caring and hard working medical team She is delighted to have the opportunity to continue working working in public service while at the same time acquiring such a variety of new skills.

Their 3 children all moved away from the area for study and work. Veronica is busy enjoying time visiting family, exploring new places, playing in her garden and kitchen, walking and being outdoors, reading and volunteering.

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Medical Receptionist

Originally from the Blue Mountains, Sydney, and having travelled to various parts of the world, Carrie has moved to beautiful Noosa for a relaxed lifestyle by the sea. She is learning Spanish in hopes of visiting South America in the future. Carrie is social and adventurous. She enjoys meeting new people and discovering new places to explore. When she’s not out with friends or taking scenic walks with her dog, she loves to curl up on the lounge, sipping warm tea while getting lost in a book.

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Spoodle pup

We are very blessed to have a Therapy Dog Australia trained spoodle (poodle cross cocker spaniel) called Forrest.

Forrest is a regular to Noosa Outlook Medical Centre.

He is often just sleeping in the clinic- and there is evidence that this, in itself, can reduce your blood pressure and heart rate.

Forrest is intuitive and can sense when patients are sad or distressed.

He is very relaxed and loves nothing more than having his tummy being tickled.

Claire is Forrest’s dog handler (and fur-mum)

He loves runs on the beach and eating lactose free yoghurt for his lunch.

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