Our Team

Staff Donna Grove

Donna Grove

Practice Manager

Donna Grove has been working in the medical industry in administration, clinic management and as a carer for over 6 years. Donna enjoys the diversity of her job and is compassionate and enjoys interacting with patients. She is committed to providing the best patient care and management.

Donna’s hobbies include travelling and spending time with her husband and their two sons as well as their two dachshunds Bella and Rosie.

Kate Nolan-Young

Kate Nolan-Young

Admin Support Officer

Kate is currently studying her Bachelor of Nursing at the University of Canberra and has recently joined the team after working in the early childhood sector for over 6 years.

Kate has a passion for providing quality person-centred care through authentic interactions and compassion in times of need.

Jade Dickinson

Jade Dickinson

Admin Support Officer

Jade joined our team in April 2022. Jade brings with her experience working in a Pharmacy and is also currently studying a Bachelor of Nursing at the University of Canberra.

Jade is a great addition to the team who is a very happy and bubbly person who enjoys her role of being able to assist patients with their care and needs.

Nurse Cheryl Guthrie

Cheryl Guthrie


Cheryl Guthrie is a highly experienced nurse, who brings exceptional care, support, and experience to our team.

As a Urogynaecology nurse Cheryl Guthrie assist in the following areas:

  • Botox Therapy for Incontinence
  • Behavioural therapies and training
  • Urgent-pc therapy
  • Pessary & IUD education
  • Urodynamics
  • iAluRil therapy for painful bladder


Maureen Bailey


Physiotherapist Maureen Bailey

Maureen Bailey graduated in 1974 with a Bachelor of Science -Physiotherapy.

She has had her own Physiotherapy practice in Griffith, Canberra since 1983 and has just completed a Graduate Certificate in Physiotherapy through Curtin University, majoring in Continence and Women’s Health.

She has an interest in the management of specific conditions that affect women through life, including:

  • Incontinence of bladder and bowel
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Bladder and bowel urgency
  • Ante natal and post natal care, including musculoskeletal issues
  • Pre and post gynaecological surgical rehabilitation
  • Pelvic pain
  • Osteoporosis education and exercise
  • Post mastectomy rehabilitation

Her treatments are based on the latest evidence and years of clinical experience.