Ochre Medical Centre Grafton, GP SuperClinic, NSW



Improving the health of our communities.


Ochre Medical Centre Grafton

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday: 8.00am to 6.00pm
Saturday: 8.00am to 1.00pm
Closed Sundays and public holidays

4 Clarence St
Grafton NSW 2460

Call: (02) 6640 3600 Superclinic logo


Ochre Medical Centre Grafton is a spacious purpose-built modern facility, close to the centre of town. There is ample parking at the clinic which is situated right next to the banks of the beautiful Clarence River. It is an accredited teaching practice and has a strong and dynamic team of professionals both GPs and Allied Health. The practice benefits from having both pharmacy and pathology services on site.

Hours of operation
8:00am – 6:00pm Monday to Friday
8:00am – 1:00pm Saturday

After Hours
The doctors at the Grafton GP Super Clinic provide an after hours call service. A doctor on call can be contacted by telephoning the practice on (02) 6640 3600 or on Mobile Number 0472 831 714 outside of trading hours.

Billing type
This is a private billing practice. Bulk billing is available for holders of concession cards. Please see reception for details.

Practice Manager
Carol Pachos

Registered and Enrolled Nurses
Grafton GP SuperClinic has two Registered Nurses and two Enrolled Nurses

List of visiting and on-site allied health and pathology services
Mental Health Nurse
Diabetes Educators
Speech Pathologist
Occupational Therapist
Exercise Physiologist
Audiometry Services
Acacia Sleep – Sleep Studies
Renal Physician


Ochre Medical Centre Grafton – Winner of
Professional Services – 6 or More Employees
 at the Clarence Valley Business Excellence Awards.

Dr. Nicholas Cooper (FRACGP) – Medical Coordinator/General Practitioner
Dr Cooper has more than 25 years of experience working as GP in the UK and Australia. His main objective is to provide high quality GP service to his patients.
Specialist Interest Areas: Chronic disease management including cardiovascular and diabetes.

Dr. Miek Messerschmidt (FRACGP) – General Practitioner
Dr Messerschmidt completed his MBChB in South Africa in 1973 and gained fellowship of the RACGP in 2010.
Specialty Interest Areas: Procedural GP.

Dr Dheyaa Jouda (MBChB) – General Practitioner
Dr Dheyaa Jouda has been practicing as a GP since 2003.  Dheyaa’s interest include skin cancer, skin checks and diabetes management.  Dheyaa has enjoyed moving to Grafton where he takes appointments four days a week.
Speciality Interest Areas: Skin cancer, skin checks and diabetes management.

Dr Mark Bell (FRACGP) – General Practitioner
Dr Bell has been trained in medicine from the University of Liverpool in 1990s and since then has undertaken several hospital training posts to gain good experience for general practice. He was qualified as a GP in 2004, initially worked in urgent care and Out of Hours. There he became the clinical lead and then the Deputy Clinical Director for the Community Business Unit of the hospital in Macclesfield. Dr Bell was then made partner in a busy training practice in 2008 and subsequently the Medical Director of a Community Interest Company which provided “out of hospital” services to the residents in Eastern Cheshire (population 200,000.)
Mark has now moved with his family to Australia and wish to provide the best service possible to the patients in Grafton. Dr Bell enjoys walking, playing chess, spending time with his family, especially in outdoors activities.
Specialty interest areas: Musculoskeletal medicine.

Dr Nicole Williams (MA Hons., Intl. Relations, MBBS, FRACGP) – General Practitioner
Dr Nicole Williams graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2010. In 2013, she was recognised for her outstanding commitment to GPRA, her peers and general practice and received the “Above and Beyond Award” at the Breathing New Life into General Practice Conference.  Prior to entering general practice medicine, Nicole was medical editor for the ‘Going Places Prevocational Doctor’s Guide to General Practice’. She completed her internship and residency years at Westmead Hospital, Sydney before commencing her GP training in Cairns.
For the last two years, Nicole has been working on Thursday Island and is a senior lecturer for fourth-year medical students at James Cook University. She also holds a master’s degree in International Relations which diversifies her skill set. Nicole is a mother to 3 year old twins. Outside of work, her interests include: photography, travelling and art.
Specialty interest areas: General Medicine

Dr Maneesha Weerasena (MMBS)– General Practitioner
Dr Weerasena moved to Australia in 2011 and has worked at Campbell Hospital as an Emergency Doctor for nearly six years. Outside of work, Maneesha enjoys reading and travelling. 
Specialty interest areas: General Medicine

Dr Matthew Roberts (BM, MA, FRACGP) – General Practitioner
Dr Matthew Roberts moved from the UK with his wife and two young daughters to Melbourne in April 2017. His family decided to relocate to the warmer climes of New South Wales in November 2017. He arrived to Medicine via a circuitous life route, growing up in PNG in his early years with later school and university in the UK. He graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in Natural Sciences and afterwards spent time in various jobs including a stint teaching English in Morocco. He then decided to try his hand at Medicine and qualified from the University of Southampton in 2008. He has been a GP since 2013. In the UK he was involved in ‘admissions avoidance’ which involved working in partnership with older patients, managing their chronic medical conditions, and maintaining their independence at home. As well as general medicine he also has interests in elderly care and otolaryngology. Outside of Medicine he spends most of his time running after his young daughters trying to keep them out of trouble. Matt enjoys spending time with family, walking, badminton, outdoors recreation, travel.
Specialty interest areas: Chronic disease management, elderly care, otolaryngology


PO Box 3
4 Clarence St
Grafton NSW 2460

(02) 6640 3600


Grafton is a town on the North Coast of NSW situated on banks of the beautiful Clarence River. It services the Clarence Valley which has a population of nearly 50 000. Grafton has its own regional airport and is in close proximity to the Qld Gold Coast which is just over a 2 hour drive away.

Grafton is a gracious, historic city famous for its Jacaranda trees and beautiful parks. It is a sporting hub and plays host to many large sporting events including State Hockey Championships, Rowing Regattas and Australian Power Boat Racing.

Just east of Grafton, Yuraygir National Park is a sensational strip of coast teeming with wildlife. It also boasts pristine beaches, high dunes, paperbark lagoons, freshwater creeks that spill into the sea and some of the best coastal walking tracks in the State. Nearby, Yamba, Maclean and Iluka are also well worth a visit.



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