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 Emily Brimblecombe

Dr Brimblecombe started at NCWH in June 2018.  She gained her medical degree from James Cook University in Townsville where she graduated in 2008. She has worked as a GP in Emerald and Cairns and is now based on the Sunshine Coast.

Wendy Stephenson

Wendy is the practice manager and nurse, who has been with us for over 25 years. She aims to treat clients with kindness, acceptance and professionalism.


Vicky has been with us at NCWH since 2014. She enjoys working in an friendly environment where women come first. Her hobbies include gardening, beach walking and snow skiing.

Dr Raylea Parkes

Dr. Allison Butler

Dr Allison Butler grew up in the U.K, completing her medical training at University of Nottingham in 1995. Dr Allison moved to the Sunshine Coast in 2007 and has worked in general practice, women’s health and cosmetic/skin cancer clinics.

Dr Lisa Hammerton

Dr Hammerton completed her Medical Degree at UQ and is a doctor at Breastscreen QLD, as well as a SCUH Antenatal provider. Her interests include Antenatal care, Breast Disease, Adolescent Reproductive Health and Menopause.

Dr Allison Morris

Dr Allison Morris is the foundation doctor of North Coast Women’s Health. She has worked for many years as a GP and has a wealth of experience in women’s care, having worked in the industry for over 25 years.

Dr Camilla Stevens

Originally from New Zealand, Camilla Stevens attained her medical degree at Otago University, Dunedin and moved to Australia in 1999. Camilla has worked at NCWH since 2006 and has an ongoing special interest in women’s health.