At Cranbrook Medical, we are recognised for the high standard of our medical services. From the perspective of our surrounding community, we’ve also got the status of being a local landmark. Our team is immediately associated with the charming heritage building that’s long accommodated our practice. You may have noticed our exciting construction works. The build process involves adding new facilities, but only those which fit with the existing set up — allowing us to preserve the integrity and appeal of our original premises.
We’ve often heard it said that in some ways Cranbrook Medical feels more like a home than a clinic! Our genuine and professional staff are absolutely to credit for that. Alongside this is our commitment to upholding the tradition of the family GP. The ability for a patient to have a long-term professional relationship with a dedicated family physician can be a rarity these days. However, our practice is a place where relationships are fully nurtured and supported, and that’s our ongoing promise to you!
- Winston Churchill
Dr Naomi Gleadow is owner/operator of Cranbrook Medical. She graduated with Honours from a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Monash University in 2003. Other milestones include completing a Masters of Women's Health from University of NSW in 2018. Dr Gleadow has worked in a variety of regional/rural hospitals and for Aboriginal Health Services. She enjoys being a part of patients' lives and helping them navigate the health system. In general, it’s about making a difference in the lives of others. Dr Gleadow is also an avid reader, enjoys spending time with family and keeping fit.
Dr Anita Lowe is an experienced medical professional who has been based at Cranbrook Medical for over a decade. In 1999, she completed a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at University of Queensland. Since then, Dr Lowe trained at the Mater Brisbane Hospital and completed GP training in Bundaberg. Dr Lowe finds great purpose at Cranbrook Medical in working for a personalised family practice that provides long term care across multiple generations. She has special interests in breast medicine, women's health and holistic care. Outside of medicine, she practices martial arts/weight training, as well as playing the piano and doing crafts.
Joining Cranbrook Medical in 2011, Dr Jonathan Rainbow was pleased to find himself a part of a practice defined by its close-knit family feel and friendly team. Graduating from The University of Queensland in 2002, he became a doctor because of his strong desire to help others. Dr Rainbow has a specialisation in neuromuscular physiology (Honours recipient) and is interested in chronic disease management and men’s health. When he’s not working at Cranbrook Medical, he enjoys sifting through his classic movie library which features movies from the 1970s to 1990’s — in which the original Star Wars trilogy takes pride of place.
As a GP at Cranbrook Medical, Dr Toni Weller enjoys the privilege of getting to know her patients over time and being able to assist with a wide variety of health needs for all ages. She completed her postgraduate General Practice training in North Queensland to become a specialist General Practitioner. Dr Weller also works at the Townsville Hospital as a GP Liaison officer, assisting with improving communication and teamwork between local GPs and hospital specialists. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling — especially camping — and taking time out to immerse herself in a good book.
We are a cohesive team with a positive outlook, which includes our dedication to constant improvement. Our medical centre is in the process of undergoing renovations, and we see this as the perfect opportunity to expand our services to more patients within the local area. Watch this space!