Dr Linda Clow
MBBS, FRACGP, DRANZCOG,
Dr Clow has been with Lenah Valley Medical Centre since 2013. Growing up in Hobart, her special interest areas are in sports medicine, women's health including obstetrics, and children's health. Dr Clow also works as a medical educator in Tasmania and is a Supervisor within our GP Registrar training program. She enjoys playing hockey and badminton.
Dr Alexandra Roberts
Dr Roberts became part of the Lenah Valley Medical Centre team in July 2014. She graduated from UTAS and her special interest areas are women's and children's health, skin cancers and minor surgery. Dr Roberts is currently completing her Diploma in Skin Cancer medicine and is also one of our Supervisors within our GP Registrar training program. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and playing the cello.
Dr Megan Baker
MBBS, FRACGP, DipChHlth
Dr Baker relocated back to Tasmania following 5 years in the Navy She joined our practice in January 2015. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice including family medicine and has completed her Diploma in Child Health. Her interests include spending time with her children, bushwalking, kayaking and outdoor activities.
Dr Robert Blakesley
Dr Blakesley joined Lenah Valley Medical Centre in January 2015. He grew up in Hobart and graduated from the University of Tasmania. His special interest areas are in sports medicine, minor surgery, and men's health. He is currently the Clarence Football Club Seniors team doctor and enjoys AFL football and bush-walking.
Dr Michael Chen
MBBS, FRACGP, DipSportsMed
Dr Chen became part of our Lenah Valley team in May 2016. He grew up in New Zealand and graduated from the University of Auckland. He has been working in general practice for the last 10 years. Michael has a special interest and Diploma in Sports Medicine. He enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including running and hiking and is also fluent in Mandarin.
Dr Annika Roach
Dr Roach joined Lenah Valley Medical Centre in October 2017. She grew up in Hobart and studied at the University of Tasmania. Her special interest areas include women's and children's health, but she enjoys the variety of patients she sees in General Practice. In her spare time, she enjoys playing soccer and bush-walking.
Dr Emma Byard
Dr Byard grew up in Tasmania, and studied at the University of Tasmania. She enjoys all aspects of primary care, particularly paediatrics and womens health. In her spare time Emma enjoys playing tennis and spending time outdoors.
Jessie is especially interested in neurological and musculoskeletal rehabilitation and has experience working with local football clubs.
Meg grew up in Hobart before moving to Melbourne to study a Bachelor of Applied Science/Masters of Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. Meg has since returned home and joined the team at Back in Motion. Meg has been interested in health and sport from a young age, having competed in a variety of sports including Australian Rules Football, rowing and soccer. Meg is interested in sports physiotherapy and helping people do what they love. Meg enjoys hiking, playing football and spending time with friends and family.
A born and bred Hobartian, Liam moved interstate to study a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science at Deakin University in Geelong, and then onto Sydney to complete a Masters of Physiotherapy at The University of Sydney. The pursuit of a career in physiotherapy stemmed from a desire to help and positively influence people from all walks of life. Liam has a strong interest in sports physiotherapy and helping people improve their functional outcomes.