Our Team

The clinic is staffed by caring female doctors, nurses and receptionists who understand that female medical needs are unique. Our highly specialized team has years of experience working with women and deeply understand women’s medical requirements.

Our doctors have a particular interest and expertise in female medical care. If you have an issue, they’ll be able to either assist or refer you to the specialist you need. Alternatively our nurse Wendy is available to answer any reproductive health questions you may have, and you are always welcome to ring her on 07 5452 7349 if you have a query.


Dr Kelly White


Dr Kelly White moved to the Sunshine Coast in 2020 and joined the team at North Coast Women’s Health. Medicine is her second career, after having obtained a PhD in Microbiology at the University of Newcastle in 2004. This was followed by several years of post-doctoral research focussed on Chlamydia, which generated a strong interest in fertility and sexual health. She graduated from the UQ School of Medicine in 2012, and received her GP Fellowship in 2019. 


Kelly finds working with women’s unique health needs very rewarding, and enjoys the culture of NorthCoast Women’s Health, where the emphasis is on compassionate care. 

Dr Raylea Parkes


Dr Raylea Parkes graduated from The University of Queensland in 1998 with a Bachelor or Medicine and Surgey.  She commenced her GP training under the North Queensland Consortium, and became a ‘Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners’ in 2003.  

Dr Parkes returned to South East Queensland in 2004, to work in General Practice on the Sunshine Coast, and to also raise a family here.

In 2020, she moved to North Coast Womens Health Clinic,  to focus more on her area of special interest, Women’s Health.

Raylea enjoys working with all aspects of womens health,  including sexual health and STI screening,  cervical screening and breast checks,  antenatal care,  menopause and contraception (including mirena,  other IUD and implanon insertions).

Raylea is married with 3 teenage children.  She enjoys spending time with family and travelling, as well as running, hiking, yoga and reading.



Dr Camilla Stevens


Dr Camilla Stevens (MBChB, DipRANZCOG, FRACGP)


Originally from New Zealand, Camilla obtained her medical degree at Otago University, Dunedin, in 1996. She spent her initial post-graduate years working in Christchurch, until she moved to Australia in 1999. She worked at Townsville General Hospital for three years, during which time she completed a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DipRANZCOG).

In 2001, she relocated to Tasmania for three years, where she trained to be a General Practitioner on the rural training pathway.

Since returning to Queensland in 2004, she has remained working on the Sunshine Coast. Camilla commenced employment at North Coast Women’s Health in 2006 and she continues to enjoy working with a great team to provide health care to the women of the Sunshine Coast and its surrounds.

Camilla is able to provide advice on all aspects of women’s health and also performs the insertion and removal of intrauterine contraceptive devices, amongst other contraceptive procedures.

She is a preferred provider of shared antenatal care with the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health service.

Dr Alison Morris

Dr Emily Brimblecombe

Dr Lisa Hammerton

Support Staff 

Bec  (CLinical Manager)

Paula (Admin Manager)

Lee & Vicki (Reception)


Rebecca & Emily (Nursing)




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