Dr Graeme Brown – General Practitioner

About Dr Graeme

Dr Graeme graduated from medical school on the Gold Coast in 2009. After completing his residency at Gold Coast Hospital, he joined our practice in July 2013 and completed his fellowship requirements for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2014. Graeme is married to Dr Ailie Brown, a GP at our Robina Town Centre practice, and keeps active with his young family when he’s not at work.

Dr Graeme enjoys optimising the care of patients with chronic health conditions, as well as offering an easy-going and non-judgemental approach to teen health issues.


Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS)

Special Interests and Expertise

Dr Graeme looks after patients of all ages, in all areas of general practice. He enjoys treating newly diagnosed and long-standing diabetes and arthritis patients, optimising their care in-house where possible, making the best use of Allied health services. He enjoys the challenge of sorting out chronic health problems and helping patients make improvements utilising GP Management and Team Care Plans to ensure treatment is simple and accessible.

Dr Graeme has a particular focus on preventive medicine, promoting healthy lifestyle changes and regular check-ups. His easy-going and non-judgemental approach in treating teenage/adolescent patients means he can assist with various health issues that are part-and-parcel of becoming an adult.

Minor skin procedures are another area of expertise, including removal of skin cancers, cyst excisions and contraceptive implant insertion and removal.  He also regularly carries out general medicine assessments such as Employment Medicals, Travel Medicals and Commercial Driving Medicals.