Ochre Medical Centre St Helens, TAS


Improving the health of our communities.

Local Family GP Doctor

Ochre Medical Centre St Helens

Opening Hours
Mon to Fri: 8.30am to 5.30pm
Sat: 9.00am to 12.00pm
Closed Sunday and public holidays

11 Pendrigh Place
St Helens TAS 7216


Call: (03) 6376 1777


Hours of Operation 
Monday to Friday: 8.30am – 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am – 12.00pm
Closed Sunday and public holidays

Billing Type
Ochre Health is a mixed billing practice. Bulk billing is available at the discretion of the individual doctor and as a general guide, pensioners (over 65 years of age), health care card holders and children under 16 years can be bulk billed at certain times during the day. Please ask our friendly reception team for more details. Please also note, we have systems in place to process your Medicare rebate claims on the spot.

Practice Manager
Alison Young

Nursing Services
Pap smears/breast checks
Chronic disease management plans

List of visiting and on-site allied health and pathology services
A range of allied health providers visits St Helens on a regular basis. For more information please speak with reception.

Dr Magnus Agomuo (MBBS) – General Practitioner
Dr Agomuo has been practicing medicine since 2000, and has trained as an Emergency and Life Support Practitioner. In addition, he is a mentor for the John Flynn Scholarship Program and an online lecturer for the University of West Indies. Dr Agomuo is fluent in English, Igbo, Spanish and French, and in his spare time enjoys photography, ancient history, archaeology and theology.

Specialty interest areas: Family Medicine, Minor Surgery, Skin Cancer Medicine, Work Cover, Men’s Health

Dr Mark Brown (MBBS) – General Practitioner
Originally from Yeppoon, in Central Queensland, Dr Mark Brown graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery from University of Queensland in 2000. He has since worked extensively throughout Rockhampton and the Central Highlands in Queensland, becoming experienced in all aspects of general practice. During this time, he also worked as the major competition doctor for Queensland Rugby League, based in Rockhampton, leading him to have a special interest in sports medicine. Passionate about providing emergency relief to rural communities, Mark has worked in various communities throughout South Australia and Tasmania, including Streaky Bay, Port Pirie and Scamander. After completing a locum in Scamander, Mark was inspired to move to Tasmania’s north-east coast, and subsequently joined Ochre Medical Centre St Helens. He recently completed his law degree and is currently working towards being admitted as a solicitor, as well as completing his advanced training in occupational medicine. In his spare time, Mark enjoys playing sport and spending time with his wife and three young children.

 Specialty interest areas: Emergency Medicine, Sports Medicine, Cosmetic Medicine, Skin checks and excisions, and medical law

Dr Rebecca Storck (MBBS) – General Practitioner
Since graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery from University of Queensland, in 2006, Dr Rebecca Storck has worked extensively as a general practitioner in Cairns and other parts of Far North Queensland, including Thursday Island and Mareeba. From 2009 to 2011, she worked in Bright, in north-eastern Victoria. In 2012, she moved back to Queensland to work in Ayr, followed by Cairns, where she opened a small community General Practice. Rebecca, who recently spent six months travelling around Australia, fell in love with Tasmania’s north-east coast, inspiring her decision to join the community at Ochre Medical Centre St Helens. In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her two young children, reading, and playing with her adopted greyhound.

Specialty interest areas: Women’s health, children’s health, preventative health and lifestyle medicine


11 Pendrigh Place
St Helens TAS 7216

Contact Details
Phone: (03) 6376 1777

St Helens is the largest town on the east coast of Tasmania. Located on the Tasman Highway (around 160km east of Launceston), it is one of the fastest growing areas of Tasmania with a population of 2,173 in 2011. Named after the town of the same name on the Isle of Wight (England), its history is rooted in whaling, fishing, mining, shipping and timber. The first European to explore the St Helens area was Captain Tobias Furneaux who sailed up the coast in 1773. He named the southern point of Georges Bay, St Helens Point.

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