All of the independent doctors at Prospect Medical Complex are Vocationally Registered General Practitioners.

They have a commitment to continuing professional education and to provide the best possible medical care for their patients.

Dr Frank Brunacci

Dr Frank Brunacci

B.Med.Sc, MBBS

Holds a medical degree from the University of Tasmania. He started Prospect Medical Centre in 1981.

He is interested in all aspects of primary health care

Dr Frank Brunacci

Dr John Ballantyne

B.Med.Sc, MBBS

An experienced general practitioner who is interested in all aspects of family medicine including;

  • General medicine,
  • Paediatrics,
  • Minor surgery,
  • Women’s health, and
  • Men’s health
Dr Frank Brunacci

Dr Sujata Kohli

MBBS, DCH, RACGP

Dr Kohli has been working at Prospect Medical Centre since 2012 and has over 10 years experience as a general practitioner.

She has a Diploma in Child Health from Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide. She was awarded the Tasmanian Faculty Medal in the RACGP Fellowship exams.

She has an interest in all fields of family medicine.

Dr Frank Brunacci

Dr Simon Morris

MB.ChB, DCH, DRACOG

Dr Morris moved to Launceston in 2012 after working in general practice on the North West Coast for 23 years. Prior to that he worked in various hospitals in the UK and Australia gaining post graduate diplomas in both Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Dr Frank Brunacci

Dr Natalie Hopley

B.Med.Sc, MBBS (Hons), FRACGP

Dr Hopley holds a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery with honours from the University of Tasmania, and a Fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

She is interested in all aspects of family medicine with a special interest in:

  • Paediatrics,
  • Obstetric care, and
  • Women’s health.
Dr Frank Brunacci

Dr Josh Anand

MBBS, DRANZCOG, FRACGP

Dr Anand grew up in Launceston before moving to Melbourne to study Medicine at Monash University. He then worked at the Launceston General Hospital for three years before starting at Prospect Medical Centre in 2016. Dr Anand has an interest in all areas of General Practice.

Dr Frank Brunacci

Dr Gerry Vanderslink

B.MedSc, MBBS, DRACOG, D.P. Prac Derm

Dr Vanderslink has a medical degree from the University of Tasmania. He has returned to the practice after working in Medical Practices in rural Western Australia. He is interested in all aspects of family medicine. He has study dermatology (skin diseases) through the University of Wales (UK). Dr Vanderslink is available for appointments Tuesday to Friday. He does speak some Dutch.

Dr Frank Brunacci

Dr John Lim

MBBS, Dip Paeds, FRACGP

Dr Lim has a Medical Degree from Sydney University. He is interested in all aspects of General Practice and is available for appointments Monday, to Friday.

Dr Frank Brunacci

Dr Caroline Tinston

MB, ChB, DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Tinston has over 15 years experience in general practice working in England, New Zealand and Tasmania.

She enjoys all aspects of general practice.

Dr Frank Brunacci

Dr Danielle Truscott

Accredited Consultant Pharmacist

Danielle Truscott is an experienced Accredited Consultant Pharmacist.

Danielle completed her Bachelor of Pharmacy in Tasmania and went on to study further in the area of medical education. Danielle has worked since 1993 in a variety of settings. This has included many differing community pharmacies, public and private hospital and residential aged care facilities. For most of these years, she has been instrumental in providing therapeutics education and support to general practitioners and senior medical students.

Danielle currently supports the GPs at two medical practices. She undertakes Home Medicine Reviews which are well received by both patients and their doctors.

Danielle’s strengths lie in Quality Use of Medicine. This entails selecting management options wisely, using suitable medicines if a medicine is considered necessary and using that medicine (including complementary and alternative medicines) both safely and effectively.

The Home Medicine Reviews are informal, informative and ultimately for the wellbeing of the patient Danielle is visiting.