Our Doctors

Dr Brad Cranney

Dr Brad Cranney

MBBS (UNSW) MRACGP

Dr Brad Cranney studied Medicine at the University of NSW & obtained his medical qualification in 1979. Dr Cranney was Deputy Director of Accident & Emergency at Gosford District Hospital from 1982 to 1989. He resigned from that position to open in General Practice in Toukley.

Appointments:

Visiting Medical Officer with Berkeley Vale Private Hospital since 1990 to present.

Dr Cranney has a strong interest in all areas of General Practice but especially Chronic Disease Management and Skin Cancer detection & treatment.

Dr Cranney also enjoys teaching students of all health disciplines.

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Dr Elspeth Fotheringham

MBChB DCH FCFP FRACGP

With over 20 years experience in Family Medicine, Dr Fotheringham enjoys teaching medical students and the clinical supervision of GP registrars which ensures her clinical knowledge is up to date and evidence based.

Dr Fotheringham also has special interests in Children, Allergy and Asthma as well as all aspects of Women's Health including Antenatal and Postnatal care. 

Dr Fotheringham is a participant in the Central Coast's Antenatal Shared Care program and is able to insert Mirenas and Implanons (which are long acting progestogen contraceptives).

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Dr Abhijit Ray

MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DCH FRACGP

Dr Ray completed his medical school training in London in 2005.  He initially trained in Paediatrics before specialising in General Practice.

Dr Ray enjoys all aspects of General Practice.  He has clinical interests in Chronic Disease Management, Elderly Care as well as Children's Health.  Abhijit speaks Bengali.

Outside of work he is a loyal supporter of Liverpool Football Club and is eagerly awaiting the next Ashes series.

Dr Gillian Marsh

MBBS (UNSW) FRACGP

Dr Gillian Marsh has worked as a General Practitioner on the Central Coast for almost 30 years.

From 2002 to July 2020 she ran her own practice, Practice at the Bay, which relocated from Toowoon Bay to The Entrance in 2010.

 

She feels privileged ​to have looked after generations of the same families.

 

Her particular interests include Women's Health and General Medicine.