Our GPs

Dr Scott Preston


Scott has been working as a GP since 2003.

His special interests include providing high quality healthcare to people who are underprivileged.

Scott has been a Medical Educator with General Practice Training Queensland since 2008. and since 2016 he has been the chair of the education committee of the RACGP Qld. His special interest in medical education is teaching patient-centred communication skills. and has the academic title of Associate Professor through the University of Queensland.

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. Mary-Jane Stanley

Dr Mary-Jane Stanley


Mary-Jane is highly experienced in all aspects of general practice.

She has a special interest in Women’s Health, in particular the management of Menopause and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.

Dr Stanley also has special interest in:

  • Pre-pregnancy discussion and shared antenatal care
  • Contraceptive advice including Implanon.
  • Children’s health
  • PEM medicals
  • Mental health care plans and GPMP
Dr. Majella Henry

Dr Majella Henry


Majella completed her medical degree at UQ in 2002. After some years in the hospital system she went on to a career in general practice and became a fellow of the RACGP in 2008. At this time she also completed a diploma in obstetrics and gynaecology as she had a keen interest in women’s health.

Over the last decade, Majella has had various roles in General Practice and hospital based outpatients, working at the Mater Hospital in the antenatal and postnatal clinics. In this time she has had her own 3 children and continues to work part time at the Mater Mothers’s Parenting Support Centre. One of her areas of interest is mental health, particularly in the perinatal period and supporting parents who are adjusting to their new role. She completed a graduate certificate of Psychiatric Medicine in 2020.

Dr Jones Chen


Jones has been practising as a GP for over 12 years and is also trained as a Palliative Medicine Specialist.

Jones speaks Chinese (Mandarin) and Taiwanese.