Lori, is a Gundagai local but don't hold that against her! With a friendly and welcoming persona Lori is here to answer your questions and assist you making your booking in person or via phone.
Recently completing a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance Lori also helps run our weekly Active Ageing exercise groups and is eager to continue to progress her career within the allied health industry. Away from work Lori enjoys playing team sports, exploring our regions scenic walks and spending time with her loved ones.
Lori looks forward to assisting you booking your next appointment with our caring team of local health experts!
Karen Baker Practice Manager
Karen will be a familiar face for many with 13 years previous experience as a Medical Receptionist at Tumut Family Medical Centre.
A born and raised Tumut local, Karen loves the country lifestyle that our beautiful region offers. Away from the Clinic Karen will be found working hard on the farm with her daughter and partner.
Karen is passionate about health and wellbeing, with a Certificate III in Financial Services and Medical Administration, Karen is here to support our staff ensuring you get the most out of your visit to Rural Health!
Jill Climpson BPod Podiatrist
Jill grew up in the Riverina region on a mixed grazing and cropping property and after several years living in Northern Queensland is excited to return home.
Jill studied a Bachelor of Podiatry at Charles Sturt University in Albury, holds additional certification in lower limb dry needling and has practiced in a range of private practice, community health and high risk settings.
Brodie grew up in Tumut, moving away to study a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Rehabilitation at the University of Wollongong. Before returning to Tumut Brodie practised in a range of health care settings including private practice, cardiology and disability services.
Brodie has always held a strong interest in rehabilitation, exercise and recreation options for people with a disability. Brodie continues to be involved in wheelchair sports as both a volunteer and athlete, playing wheelchair basketball for the Sydney University Flames in the Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball League.
When Brodie isn't travelling the country to play wheelchair basketball you can find her getting active swimming, cycling and bushwalking around the local area. Brodie is always up for a new adventure or challenge, and be warned, she loves to share lame jokes and puns.
Evan Feather BPodMed Podiatrist/Director
Evan was born in Tumut spending his early years on an East Gilmore property and was excited to return to Tumut in 2018 to co-found Rural Health.
Evan studied a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine at Charles Sturt University in Albury and has practiced in a range of health settings including private practice, community health and high risk services in Australia and New Zealand.
In his spare time you'll most likely find Evan on the river, renovating, or riding horses.
Evan has pursued additional training in surgical & injection techniques, foot & lower limb specific strength and conditioning, running technique and lower limb dry needling.
Leah Rossato BPhysio Senior Physiotherapist
Note: Leah is currently on maternity leave and unavailable.
Leah will be recognised by many having previously practiced from Capper Street Physio in Tumut. Leah has practiced in the Snowy, Illawarra and Riverina regions in private, public and community sectors developing her diverse knowledge base and range of skills.
Leah has experience in assessing and treating a wide scope of problems including musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, neurological and Women’s Health conditions. Leah has had further training in pelvic floor assessment and treatment, treating pregnancy related complaints, antenatal care and continence assessments and treatment.
Leah's passion is working with people to reach their goals, relieve pain and nurture a proactive approach to managing problems. On weekends, you’ll likely spot Leah relaxing enjoying a coffee or out on the move hiking one of the many scenic trails in our beautiful region.
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