Practitioners

Doctors/GPs, Podiatrist, Chiropodist, Female Health, Male Health, General Medicine, Nursing Support, Blood Tests, Antenatal Shared Care, Babies, Vaccinations, Patient Advocates and a lot more

Our Doctors and Health Professionals

Doctors/GPs

All doctors at Fountain Medical Practice are Fellows of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners is the professional body for general practitioners (GPs) in Australia. GPs who have obtained the highest level of training and specialise in general practice are Fellows of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).

As a patient, when you choose a Fellow as your GP, you can be assured your health is in the best of hands and you will receive excellent care.

Our Psychologists and Podiatrists are all registered with their respective professional bodies and maintain their education and continually update their knowledge and skills.

Dr. James Robertson, MBBS, MRACGP, MPH

Dr James graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1990, completed his residency at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, then worked in HIV medicine in Barbados, West Indies for three years. He met his wife Dawn there and they spent the next ten years coming and going between Sydney and Bridgetown while he worked in the areas of diabetes, tropical disease and cardiovascular disease.

In 2006 he started working at Redfern Aboriginal Medical Service in Aboriginal health, where he developed the diabetes clinic into a diabetes and cardiovascular clinic with regular review of patients with chronic disease and on-site specialist review by the cardiology team from Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He remains very interested in diabetes and chronic disease. During this time he also developed his skills in the areas of substance abuse and mental illness, working with the mental health team to provide coordinated medical care for patients with psychiatric illness.

He is also interested in International Public Health and takes a group of medical students from Notre Dame University annually to Kenya, where they perform health checks and provide medical care to patients in a refugee camp for Internally Displaced Persons, in association with an NGO called So They Can. He has recently completing a Masters in International Public Health and has commenced a Masters in Metabolic Health.

He is married with two young adult men (formerly known as his children). When he is not doing medicine, studying Public Health or walking with his wife Dawn, he goes for a surf.

Dr. Catherine Lyons MBBS (Melb)

Dr Catherine Lyons has welcomed a new addition to her family, baby Zoe. She is beautifully purfect.

Dr Catherine has 22 years’ experience as a GP after spending 10 years in emergency medicine. After graduating from the University of Melbourne, she trained in pediatrics at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, as well as working in China and Africa with Medecins Sans Frontières. Catherine is passionate about the health of children and families, facilitating safe and healthy pregnancies, as well as sexual health, travel health and mental health. Catherine is also fluent in French and she has three sons at university.

Dr Catherine is available for skin cancer checks, dermascopy and minor proceedures. When booking for these appointment types please be aware of the extra time that may be needed for your appointment.

Dr Susie Creagh

Dr Susie Creagh has become an integrated part of the Fountain Medical Team. She is affiliated with The Royal Hospital for Women Randwick for the “antenatal shared care programme”.
Dr Susie Creagh is a fellowed GP who now lives in Sydney, after working in South East Queensland. She was awarded Bachelors of Medicine, Surgery and Science from the University of Queensland. Prior to working in general practice, Susie worked at Mater Hospital Brisbane gaining experience in medicine, general surgery, paediatric ear, nose and throat surgery, oncology, haematology, palliative care for adult and paediatric emergency medicine. Dr Susie is interested in all aspects of general practice and believes in a holistic approach to patient care.

In her free time Dr Creagh enjoys making ceramics, playing board games and spending time on the beach with her dog.

Dr Georgia Wyatt BSc (Med), MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Georgia Wyatt

Fountain Medical would like to welcome Dr. Georgia Wyatt to our ranks. Dr Wyatt’s obtained her bachelor’s degree from Sydney University and subsequently gained valuable experience across various locations in Australia.
Notably, Dr. Wyatt dedicated her skills and compassion to aiding refugees at the Thai-Myanmar border with Medecins Sans Frontieres. Her commitment to helping those in need led her to complete her GP training in 2013. It was during this time that she crossed paths with Dr. James Robertson at the Aboriginal Medical Centre in Redfern, forging a connection that would eventually bring her to our team.
Dr. Wyatt has certificates in Child Health, Implanon insertion and removal and further training in Mental Health.
Since 2017, Dr. Wyatt has been practicing medicine in Byron Bay, but now she is returning to Sydney with her family. We are delighted to welcome her aboard and look forward to the invaluable contributions she will undoubtedly make to our collective mission of providing exceptional care to our patients.

Rebecca Kennedy, BN, Grad Dip Peri Op, MN, BPod, Sydney Podiatrist

Rebecca has worked as a medical profession for 17 years. She began her career as a Registered Nurse with a Masters in Nursing and continued her studies by completing a Graduate Diploma in Perioperative Nursing. Driven by her passion for the industry and desire to provide quality care Rebecca graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Podiatry in 2008.

Elise Hawthorn, BPod, Sydney Podiatrist

In 2015 Elise completed her Bachelors of Podiatry at Newcastle University and is currently completing her Master of Public Health. Since gradation, she has been working in a private clinic which focuses on treating patients suffering from diabetic foot complications, and wound treatment. Elise’s professional interest is in diabetic foot care, surgery, and biomechanics and orthotics. She prides herself on providing customized podiatry care to all her patients, with a strong emphasis on prevention in a caring and compassionate environment. When she’s not working she’s an avid home cook, and enjoys playing golf and spending time with her friends and family.

Mitchell Howarth – Clinical Psychologist

Mitchell has obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology (Honours) from Macquarie University. He then went on to complete a Master of Psychology (Clinical Psychology) degree from the University of Western Sydney, he is also accredited by Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA) to help treat a range of psychological issues using various techniques including, but not limited to: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT) as well as Distress-Coping Method a powerful approach for treating issues such as personality disorders, complex trauma, PTSD, drug and alcohol addictions, eating disorders, mood disorders, depression, self-harm and suicidality is called dialectial Behavioural therapy (DBT). It involves a range of tools and coping strategies to manage intense negative emotions and distress.

Many years of clinical experience helping hundreds of clients ranging from children to older adults. Mitchell has worked in public hospitals, private hospitals, and private practice. Please call reception to organise an appointment (61293194665)