Our nurses at Malanda Medical Care
A Practice with Passion
Nic's education in Nursing, Diabetes Education and as a Nurse Practitioner has been through James Cook University, Curtin University and Queensland University of Technology. Her focus and experience means all patients with diabetes receive expert knowledge to ensure they understand the disease process and have a greater awareness of their condition.
If you're an early bird you're likely to see Nic trudging around the Tablelands with binoculars, cameras and a sketch pad - she's a super keen birder, photographer and artist. Now for the funny part ... she's trying to turn her hand to wood turning and carving - good luck with that Nic!
Growing up in Kuranda, Elizabeth enjoyed enrolled nursing at Atherton Hospital before completing her registered nurse training in Cairns.
Elizabeth's 35 years of nursing in hospitals, schools and the community has given her the caring, patient-focused foundation that has influenced her general practice experience over the last ten years. Elizabeth loves working with our patients and helping them achieve good health, and wellbeing.
Elizabeth absolutely loves the outdoors and is happiest camping, cooking and being on her family farm.
Tash has worked as a registered nurse on the Tablelands since 2010. One of the things she loves about nursing is interacting with a variety of people to help achieve positive health outcomes for patients. Though originally from Victoria she has been living on the Tablelands since 2003 and enjoys hiking, gardening, rowing on Lake Tinaroo, playing and listening to music and spending time with family and friends.