Queen Street Medical Centre
12 Queen Street Murwillumbah NSW 2484

Phone: 02 6672 1244

Our Doctors

Dr Joe Biles


Dr Joe Biles has enjoyed living in Murwillumbah with his wife and three children since 2005. They are actively involved in the community through school and church activities.

Joe trained in Newcastle upon Tyne, England and moved to Australia in 2000.  He worked in Bourke prior to moving to Murwillumbah.

Joe divides his time between Queen Street Medical Centre and Murwillumbah Hospital where he works as a Visiting Medical Officer, caring for inpatients. He looks after practice patients that are admitted to Murwillumbah Hospital.

Joe sees a broad range of patients in the practice aged from 0 to 98. He regularly teaches and mentors Medical Students and GP Registrars. He is a Senior Lecturer at Wollongong University.

Dr Kate Tree


Kate wishes to acknowledge the Bundjalung people as the traditional Indigenous custodians of the land where we live and work.

Dr Kate Tree grew up on the Gold Coast and graduated from the University of Queensland in 1987. She was awarded her Diploma in Obstetrics in 1992, undertook specialist training in general practice via the Family Medicine Programme and was awarded Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1995.

Kate has previously worked in hospitals from Rockhampton to Canberra, including the Emergency Department at The Tweed Hospital. Kate has also previously cared for patients at a variety of general practices, including a community-controlled indigenous health service.

Dr Kate joined Queen Street Medical Centre in 2016. Her many medical interests include women’s health, mental health and palliative care. Dr Tree is a member of the Australasian Menopause Society.

As a member of the Clinical Council for the North Coast Primary Care Health Network, Kate is hoping to facilitate improvement of patients’ experiences of care whether in the community or within hospitals.

Dr Nispa Krongkaew


Nispa completed her medical degree at the Sydney University in 2006 and worked in Canberra until 2008.  She moved to Northern NSW in 2009 where she commenced GP vocation through North Coast GP Training, including 15 months as a registrar at Queen Street Medical Centre.  She also worked at The Tweed Hospital in psychiatry, emergency and obstetrics & gynaecology during this time.

After obtaining her Fellowship with Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2012, Nispa also completed a Diploma in Child Health (DCH) and a Diploma in Women’s Health (DRANZCOG) in 2013.

Nispa’s interests cover all areas of medicine.  Therefore, the only specialty that can satisfy her curiosity of the entire human being is General Practice, and this has been a realisation of her life-long vision.

Nispa returned to Queen Street Medical Centre in late 2013 and also works as a GP Visiting Medical Officer at Murwillumbah District Hospital, covering general medicine, paediatrics, geriatrics, post-natal, post-surgical and palliative care.

 Dr Kunam Karishma Mani

M.B.,B.S., FACRRMDr Kunam Mani

Dr Mani has been working as a full time doctor since 2003 when she graduated from the Fiji School of Medicine. She achieved the Gold Medal for best graduate in her year as well as Distinction honours for Obstetrics & Gynaecology. After working in Fiji for a few years, the family moved to the Sunshine Coast in 2006 where Dr Mani worked at the Nambour and Caloundra public hospitals in the various departments and then decided to just do Emergency Department and GP work.

She has worked in a variety of GP and Emergency Dept settings ranging from single doctor country hospitals, remote sites, mine sites, after hours home visits, in the QANTAS airport office as well as in most of the public and private Emergency Departments in QLD and Northern NSW over the years.

Dr Mani’s Fellowship is from the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine and she currently works as a GP as well as doing locum Emergency Dept shifts. Her interests include the whole scope of general practice with particular interest in paediatrics, psychology, dermatology, aged care ,weight loss and chronic disease management.

Dr Bob Meehan


Dr Bob Meehan

Dr Meehan – happy to be called Dr Bob – grew up on the Gold Coast and completed his medical degree at the University of Queensland in 1984. He gained Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) in 1993. He completes ongoing training updates with the RACGP and with the Local Health District.

Dr Bob is proud to be a third generation doctor, his late father a GP and his late grandfather a pioneering Orthopaedic Surgeon in Brisbane. Dr Bob worked his first seven years as a GP and Hospital Superintendent in Oakey on the Darling Downs, Queensland, then moved to Murwillumbah in 1995 working the first 13 years solo in Treetops Medical Practice. After amicable relations over the years Dr Meehan joined Queen Street Medical Centre in 2009.

Dr Bob enjoys the wide scope of general practice and has special interests in chronic disease management (eg diabetes, COPD, heart disease), mental health (including CBT), addictions (including opiate addiction programs) and Hepatitis C infection. He is a Visiting Medical Officer to Tweed Hospital mainly treating opiate addiction 1 day per week.

Dr Bob has been treating Hepatitis C with the new highly effective and tolerable antiviral drugs available since March 2016 and accepts new patients with or without referral.

In his leisure, Dr Bob enjoys music, rowing, cycling, running, skiing and snowboarding.

Dr Shauna Purser


Dr Shauna Purser has worked at Queen St Medical Centre since 2002, having previously worked as a GP in Kingscliff and Brisbane. She holds a Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners.

Shauna is enthusiastic about the wide variety of interests and challenges that general practice provides, and also treats patients admitted to Murwillumbah Hospital.

A particular passion is addiction medicine, and Shauna is a prescriber of opiate replacement therapy, eg methadone. She also does a regular Skin Cancer Clinic.

 Dr Nichola Reich


Nichola studied Medicine in Newcastle and Tamworth, and having graduated in 2011 and enjoying rural practice so much, decided to undertake her hospital years at Tweed Hospital in 2012-13, a smaller hospital but still close to the coastal lifestyle that she loves. She completed her specialist General Practice training with  North Coast GP Training, undertaking 12 months as a registrar at Queen Street Medical Centre , 6 months in Tweed Heads doing additional Emergency training, and then 6 months in Mullumbimby. She attained Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of GPs in early 2016.

Throughout 2015, Nichola completed extra paediatric training through the Diploma of Child Health (DCH).  She works additionally as a GP Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) at Murwillumbah Hospital, allowing her to provide extra continuity of care – seeing patients at the practice and then following them through their hospital admission and after discharge at the practice again.

Nichola loves the variety that general practice gives, the ability to make an impact with preventative health, and empowering and educating people.

Dr Sasha Morris


Dr Sasha Morris is our GP registrar and will be consulting with us for the next 12 months.

Sasha was born and bred in Port Macquarie and completed her medical degree at the University of Newcastle in 2015.

Her love of general practice grew from her experiences as a medical student in the Aboriginal Medical Services on the Mid-North Coast.

In 2016, Sasha undertook her internship and residency in Western Sydney, before moving to the Central Coast for a year, working in the emergency departments of Gosford and Wyong Hospitals. During this time Sasha completed a Diploma in Child Health (DCH) and decided to commit to general practice training on the beautiful Northern Rivers.

Sasha enjoys the challenge and variety of general practice, particularly in regional and rural areas.

Contact Us


Queen Street Medical Centre
12 Queen Street
Murwillumbah NSW 2484

We are located on the right 80 metres from the town clock along Queen Street. This is just before the pedestrian crossing.


+61 02 6672 1244

+61 02 6672 1244 - After hours (all hours)


+61 02 6672 6029




Our practice has been accredited with the Australian General Practices Accreditation Limited (AGPAL) since 2000. AGPAL logo