Growing up in North West Tasmania, Jerome relocated to Queensland to study medicine. He returned to Tasmania completing his General Practice training at the Launceston General Hospital, Longford, Smithton and George Town. After spending over 2 years working in a variety of general practices, country hospitals and Emergency Departments across rural and remote Australia he now calls Launceston home.
His special interests include acute and emergency medicine and this is a key reason for establishing the Launceston Medical centre next to the Launceston General Hospital. This was in order to give patients an option for their acute health care needs.
His other interest areas include work cover and sporting injuries for which he assists Tasmanian institute of sport athletes and a number of football teams in the north.
In his spare time, Jerome enjoys playing AFL for Evandale football club and spending time with his young family.
Appointments with Jerome are available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Dr Muir Wilson regrets that he is unable to take new patients at this time (excluding sporting injuries – please call the practice to arrange).
Having grown up in Launceston and training in Tasmania, Jackie has experienced a variety of locations across Australia with Jerome. Despite experiencing the beauty of Far north QLD and outback Australia she can see no better place to call home than Launceston.
She felt the best way to put the range of skills into practice was to start a fresh and innovative practice.
Jackie has a passion for womens health, loving to share the journey through a woman’s life including antenatal care, post pregnancy care, and following this through with issues that arise for women later in life. She also enjoys and caring for children and all their health requirements.
Jackie has a keen eye for design and wanted to create a relaxing, modern and efficient practice that didn’t have a ‘hospital feel’ and was a pleasure to work in.
Hoki had a circuitous route to medicine, studying art and beekeeping before working as an engineer and then sign language interpreter and finally discovering the joys of medicine. He completed his medical studies at Sydney University, then trained at Lismore Base Hospital and in GP clinics in Northern NSW.
Dr Sarah Anthony joined Launceston Medical Centre in July 2022.
Dr Anthony gained her Bachelor of Medicine in 2015 and by 2017 was working as a senior resident in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Northern Hospital, Epping. She worked here for 2 and a half years before migrating further south to Tasmania, working as an (unaccredited) Plastic Surgery Registrar at the LGH.
She commenced her General Practice training in July 2021 and has worked at George Town Medical Centre for 12 months.
She continues to assist in theatre, working alongside several of the local Plastic Surgeons.
Sarah works Thursday/Friday in general practice and Monday/Tuesday at the Launceston Skin Cancer Clinic.
When she is able to take a break from her studies, she enjoys exploring wine regions and dining experiences of Launceston and surrounds!