Meet the Team

Meet the Team

The team at Mount Isa Medical Centre are dedicated to providing the highest level of care to all our patients. With a group of experienced medical practitioners, all with a wide range of expertise and skills, we can provide quality medical care for any issue from your basic health check, through to all general practitioner procedures. Make your next doctor’s appointment online with our fantastic Mount Isa medical team here.

Dr Mbaogu

Dr Michael Mbaogu has a keen interest in rural health, and is focused on bettering the health outcomes for people living in North West Queensland. He trained as a GP in the United Kingdom, and practised there and in Canada, before moving to Australia

He holds fellowships in General Practice in all 3 countries. Since moving to Australia in 2008 Dr Mbaogu has worked as a General Practitioner in Outer Metropolitan, Regional, Rural and Remote Medical Centres.

Dr Mojisola Fakiyesi worked at the Mount Isa Hospital and  GP Practices in Port Douglas and Mossman prior to joining the Mount Isa Medical Centre. She has an interest in Women's Health. She holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, DRANZCOG. She also holds  a Postgraduate Diploma in Child Health from the University of Sydney/Wesley Hospital, DCH. She is also a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, FRACGP. 

Dr Moji is married  and has two beautiful girls. She loves Running, Cooking and watching Netflix. She is a person of Faith.

Dr Rinesh Maharaj moved to Mount Isa from Ireland in 2017. He graduated Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Obstetrics from the University College Dublin, Ireland. He loves Rural and Remote Medicine. He has a special interest in Emergency Medicine.

Dr Rinesh Maharaj is organised and conscientious. He has a strong work ethic. He is attentive, Patient and Professional.

Dr Brianna Smith graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, BScN fromThe University of Alberta, Canada. She later studied Medicine and Surgery at The James Cook University, Queensland graduating with MBBS. She also holds a Masters of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, MPHTM.

She has an interest in Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Rural Health. She is Canadian and Australian.

Dr Brianna Smith is Bilingual, she speaks English and French

Dr Marjad Page is from Mount Isa. He is a Kalkadoon, Gangalida and Waanyi Man. He graduated from the James Cook University in Townsville, Queensland. He has an interest in Emergency Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Anaesthetics and Medical Administration. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Griffith University, Queensland. His Qualifications include Fellow Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine, FACRRM; DRANZCOG (ad); Dip. PallMed( Clinical); MBBS; AFRACMA, JCCA.

Dr Mostayn Alam (Dr Mo) is an Australian-Canadian, who obtained a Bachelor of Science , BSc. Hons degree in Biopharmaceutical Sciences with a concentration in Genomics/Molecular Biology from the University of Ottawa, Canada his home town.

 He subsequently went on to graduate with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery , MBBS from the University of Southampton School of Medicine, UK and qualified as a medical doctor. He completed internship and senior house officer training in various specialties such as paediatric surgery, neurosurgery, ENT, General medicine, Orthopaedics and general practice from 2010-2012.

 In 2012, he relocated to sunny Queensland (Gold Coast and then Brisbane)  for the lifestyle and the sunshine and has not looked back. He has broad experience across both Queensland and NSW having worked as an unaccredited registrar in Orthopaedics, general surgery, intensive care, internal medicine and emergency medicine across various hospitals in metropolitan, regional and rural Australia . In addition, he did registrar training in rehabilitation and occupational and environmental medicine through the RACP (Royal Australasian College of Physicians) for a period of time.

 With an interest in rural and remote medicine and desiring to be a well-rounded family physician, able to manage anything that walks through the door, he set his eyes on general practice and moved to Mt Isa in 2023. He intends on completing GP training in Mt Isa and becoming a part of the community.

 He has an interest in Emergency medicine, musculoskeletal and orthopaedic medicine, dermatology and minor procedures, ENT ,  mental health and occupational medicine . He is friendly and approachable and offers holistic care for every patient that he encounters.

 In his spare time, he loves body building and fitness, travelling, reading about science, art , philosophy and science fiction, playing electric guitar ,collecting vinyl records , teaching medical students and above all spending quality time with his beautiful wife.

Dr Alam is fluent in English, Hindi and Bengal.

Dr Anna Cunningham started working at the Practice in 2014. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, FRACGP, and a Fellowship in Advanced Rural General Practice, FARCGP. She has a Special interest in Mental Health and holds A Masters Degree in Psychiatry.  Dr Anna Cunningham is available for Telehealth consultations

Professor Richard Hays, with qualifications in both clinical medicine and medical education, has a strong record of achievement in research and scholarship related to training of medical practitioners, measurement of performance, rural health service delivery and workforce, and program evaluation and accreditation.


  • MD (Higher Doctorate), University of Queensland, Australia, 2004 Thesis: Improving Standards in Rural General Practice
  • PhD, James Cook University, Australia, 1991 Thesis: Self-evaluation of Videotaped Consultations in General Practice
  • MBBS, University of Queensland, Australia, 1976

 He has had roles in the development of several medical education programs, including new medical schools in Australia (JCU), the United Kingdom (Keele), Ireland (Limerick), Canada (Northern Ontario and Northern British Columbia), and in South-East Asia. He has also participated in many international medical education quality assurance reviews in Australia, New Zealand, the Western Pacific region, Asia, Europe and the UK. He has been awarded about AUD 3 million in competitive research and development grants and has published about 100 research papers, 150 other journal articles, 16 book chapters and 9 books, primarily on assessment, curriculum design and educational quality assurance. He still loves leading change based on medical education development and remains in part-time clinical practice.

Administrative expertise

Richard has been a head of school or Dean at four Universities, around major educational reforms.

Amy Campbell is one of our Practice Nurses. She started working at the Mount Isa Medical Centre in May 2023. She is originally from Ipswich, Queensland but lived in Townsville prior to moving to Mount Isa. Her approach to Nursing is Patient-Centred and she is empathetic. She is a fitness fanatic and is known to spend time at the Gym and F-45 Training.

Dr Todd Gregory moved to Mount Isa mid-2023 from regional NSW.  He studied medicine at  Western Sydney University and has previously worked at Gosford hospital in NSW.  Currently he works splits his time between Mount Isa Base hospital and Mount Isa Medical Centre.  He has a keen interest in improving the health of rural and remote Australia. Before medicine Todd worked in the Australian Air Force and for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and has worked in many countries overseas.
Outside of work Todd enjoys bushwalking, camping and four-wheel driving whilst seeing the beauty the north west has to offer though in the summer heat he can be found enjoying some quiet time at home reading or watching a great TV series.