Designing innovative care
Designing better care to help patients with cancer and heart disease achieve the best possible life outcomes.Who we are
We don’t treat John's cancer, we treat John.
We believe care should be focused on you, the individual, not your condition.Learn more
Delivering world class cardiac care
We offer the latest cardiac treatments and devices to help you live your best life.Learn more
Who we are
Designing innovative care for people with cancer or heart disease
Why choose us?
The forefront of treatment
What we offer
Patient first approach
We believe that patients can be our teachers and trusted advisors, and we benefit from their unique perspective. Making patients partners is an intrinsic part of our culture, giving patient’s a voice and empowerment.
I’m very grateful for the exceptional care I’ve received from everyone at GenesisCare. The efficiency, compassion and care of every single person does make the circumstances so much better. Thank you.
Meet our doctors
A/Prof David Macfarlane
Nuclear Medicine Physician
David developed an enduring interest in radiopharmaceutical therapy and oncologic nuclear medicine during his Fellowship at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He joined the GenesisCare team to pursue his interest in Theranostics
Dr Lauren Galt
Sleep and Respiratory Physician
Dr Lauren Galt studied undergraduate Biomedical Science at the University of Melbourne, before moving to Brisbane to study Medicine. She graduated from the University of Queensland in 2010. Her training in Thoracic Medicine was undertaken at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) and the Princess Alexandra (PA) Hospitals.
Dr Chelsie O’Connor
Dr Chelsie O’Connor has a passion for improving patient outcomes through collaboration and the utilisation of new technologies. She studied a Bachelor of Medicine at the University of Newcastle and completed her junior doctor training at Bankstown and Campbelltown Hospitals.
Dr Daniel Cehic
Daniel graduated from the University of Adelaide and completed his internship and physician training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He was awarded a Mark Jolly Travelling Fellowship and a Lions Heart Foundation Overseas Clinical Fellowship to work at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, UK to further his interest in cardiac electrophysiology.