Our GPs

Dr. Brian Donohoe

Dr Brian Donohoe

Brian has been a GP for over 40 years involved in all aspects of general practice.

Brian has worked at the clinic since its inception in 2017 and prior to that had worked with the homeless and vulnerably housed at the Brisbane Homelessness Service Collaborative.

Dr. Tracy Schrader

Dr Tracy Schrader


Dr Tracy Schrader is an experienced General Practitioner. She graduated from the University of Queensland and has a Master of Public Health from QUT.

Tracy has worked across diverse areas for over 35 years. She has worked in private general practice, the community sector and government positions. This has included work with homeless youth, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Health Services, the Women’s Prison, the Drug and Alcohol sector and Sexual Health. She is a S100 prescriber for HIV and a QOTP prescriber. She has an interest in Transgender Health, Mental Health, Sexual Health, and Women’s Health.

Tracy has been an active advocate for universal health care since her university days and continues to be an advocate for her patients.

Dr Huddy Fuller


A native Queenslander, Dr Huddy Fuller graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2012 and spent his hospital years in Launceston then Hervey Bay. He went on to complete GP Fellowship in NSW, choosing General Practice because he believes it is the most important medical specialty for the betterment of people’s lives.

Huddy has a background as an exercise physiologist and enjoys bringing this knowledge to General Practice.
He is experienced in skin cancer screening and management, musculoskeletal medicine, and chronic disease management, especially type 2 diabetes. Huddy focuses on an education and shared decision-making approach to general practice.

Dr Julie

Dr Julie O’Brien


Dr Julie O’Brien is an experienced GP of over 20 years. She believes strongly in health care equality, and that everyone should receive high quality, respectful, patient-centred care. She loves working as part of a team and looking at the whole person. She is experienced in all aspects of general practice from babies to the elderly and everyone in between. She is experienced in chronic disease management, alcohol and other drugs, mental health including trauma, chronic pain, and pregnancy care.

Dr Kerrie Seeger


Kerrie has enjoyed working at Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub for the past 2 years.

Her background includes, working with the Navajo Nation (USA) Health Service, a brief military career, academic medicine (Professor – University of New Mexico Medical School) and as a GP in a small rural practice in northern NSW.

Her practice is the full scope of family medicine with the exception of skin checks.