MBChB, FRACP, FRCPA
Speciality: Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist
Phone: (07) 3859 0690
Dr Rebecca Cleary is a Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist with a broad range of clinical experience in the diagnosis and management of both malignant and non-malignant haematological presentations. Rebecca has a strong focus on communication, establishing an excellent rapport with her patients and their families. Ensuring that all patients have a thorough understanding of their diagnosis and treatment plan is a priority in Rebecca’s practice.
Rebecca consults within Haematology Queensland (HQ). HQ is an independently owned group of three Brisbane Haematologists who offer a unique, personalised approach to Haematology, providing an exceptional standard of care to patients. Rebecca consults from Westside Private Hospital in Taringa, and the North Lakes Day Hospital; as well as providing in-hospital patient care at The Wesley Hospital and Greenslopes Private Hospital.
Rebecca is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians (FRACP) and the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (FRCPA). After completing her medical training at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom in 2006, Rebecca immigrated to Australia in 2008. She subsequently completed her specialist advanced training in clinical and laboratory haematology at a number of Brisbane hospitals including the Princess Alexandra Hospital and the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. Rebecca has a strong focus on current best practice by keeping up to date with developments in the field of haematology and participating in professional development and teaching. In addition to her practice with HQ, Rebecca holds positions as a staff specialist at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s hospital and QML pathology.
Rebecca has a diverse interest in the diagnosis and management of both malignant and non-malignant haematological issues, including:
- Diagnostic workup of abnormal full blood counts
- Multiple Myeloma
- Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL)
- Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML)
- Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS)
- Myeloproliferative neoplasms including polycythaemia and essential thrombocythemia
- Iron deficiency
- Thrombosis including deep vein thrombosis
MBBS, RACP, RCPA
Speciality: Clinical Haematologist
Phone: (07) 3859 0690
Dr Raluca Fleser is a Clinical Haematologist with special interests in general haematology, pregnancy-related haematological issues and diagnostic management of haematological malignancies with a focus on lymphoma and myeloma.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine in 1996, Raluca became a specialist in Internal Medicine before moving from Europe to Australia in 2002. Raluca then commenced post-graduate physician and specialist training in clinical and laboratory haematology at both the Mater and Princess Alexandra Hospitals.
Raluca is a member of the Haematology Society of Australia & New Zealand (HSANZ), a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) and of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA). All inquiries and bookings can be made at Raluca’s private practice at North West Medical Centre.
Raluca consults and visits Greenslopes Private Hospital, Holy Spirit Northside Private Hospital, North West Private Hospital, North Lakes Specialist Centre, and Caboolture Private Hospital. Raluca ensures that each patient is provided with the utmost professional advice, treatment and personable service while in her care.
Phone: (07) 3859 0690
Dr Peter Davidson is a Consultant Haematologist. He trained in Brisbane at RBH/RCH/RWH complex, as well as Greenslopes Repatriation Hospital and Australian Red Cross Blood Service (ARCBS), and in 1996 gained specialist registration.
He is currently Head of Haematology at QML Pathology as well as VMO at Mater Hospitals Complex at South Brisbane, and VMO at ICON Cancer Clinics, and other Private Health Facilities on the Northside. Dr Davidson has interests in haematology and immunology in particular diagnostic haematology, obstetric haematology, coagulation disorders, low-grade haematologic disorders such as chronic cytopenias and myeloproliferative disorders, autoimmune haematologic problems, nutrition-related anaemias and disorders of iron metabolism. He also has special interests in immune deficiencies and chronic fatigue.
He is a member of several organisations including Haematology Society of Australia & New Zealand, Australian & New Zealand Society of Blood Transfusion, Australasian Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis , Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy, and Australasian College of Medical Nutrition.
MBBS, FRACP, FAChPM (1976) Dip.Clin.Hypnosis
Speciality: Medical Oncologist & Clinical Haematologist
Phone: (07) 3859 0690
Dr Geoffrey Hawson is APHRA registered as a Medical Oncologist Clinical Haematologist and Palliative Care Physician. He has previously been Director of Haematology Oncology at TPCH, Director of Oncology and Palliative Care at Redcliffe Hospital and Director of Cancer Services at Nambour Hospital where he now works part-time.
Geoffrey has a substantial research background and is still actively involved in clinical trials at Nambour. He has published many articles and abstracts in the medical literature. Currently, his medical oncology practice involves mainly Lung and Colorectal cancer. He has done Lung Cancer and GI Cancer Preceptorships. He has a holistic approach to the care of patients with cancer and is an active promoter of mind-body wellness, including the use of hypnosis for pain management and hot flushes in chemotherapy induced menopause. He is a full member of the Australian Society of Hypnosis and American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. He gave an invited plenary session on Mindfulness in Cancer at the Brisbane Cancer conference in December 2015.
He is planning to practice mainly with non-malignant haematology and is especially interested in early haemochromatosis counselling. He would like to offer hypnosis in patients with cancer to help with either symptom management or existential issues, without taking over their care from their primary medical provider. He is active in martial arts with a second Dan in Aikido and first Dan in Jodo. He has joined North Lakes Haematology & Oncology Clinic and will be consulting one day per month.