Stacey Graham

BNurs RN

Senior Nurse


Stacey spent her first nine years of nursing working in hospitals across Canberra.  She was an endoscopy nurse for four years, and then subsequently a surgical ward nurse with experience in ED, paediatrics and the CCU.  Enjoying the move to general practice,

Stacey intends to complete a Masters in Primary Healthcare in the near future.  In her down time she loves musical theatre, running after her young daughter and watching Game of Thrones.

Philip Habel

BSc(Hons) RN


Philip moved from medical nursing at The Canberra Hospital to nursing in general practice in the 1990s, when the practice received a grant to supply enhanced support for HIV management.  Over the years this venture transitioned into the ACT Medicare Local’s HIV Program.  Today he continues to work with partner organisations to provide services aimed at reducing the impact of STIs in the Canberra area.

Carola Lis



Carola has been nursing for over 30 years both in hospitals, and in the Canberra and Queanbeyan communities as a Community Nurse.  She also has certificates in Child and Family Health Nursing and Audiometry.  

Always passionate about nursing, Carola has also worked as a remote area health nurse in the Northern Territory.  Retired now from full time work, she really enjoys the fulfilling role of practice nursing, albeit in a casual capacity.

Bryan Umback



A country boy born and bred, Bryan has been living in Canberra for the past 2 years.  Previously he worked in country and city hospitals, and also nursing homes.  Now thoroughly enjoying general practice nursing, he has a particular interest in primary/preventative health and men’s health.

In his spare time Bryan enjoys hiking, mountain biking, and helping out on the family farm.