Our Team

Our Leadership Team

Dr. Stephanie Trust – Clinical Director/Principal GP

Dr Stephanie is a Gidja/ Walmajarri woman and was born and raised in the East Kimberley. She initially trained as an Enrolled Nurse before converting this to an Aboriginal Health Worker qualification and worked with Aboriginal Medical Services in Kimberley and Pilbara regions for around 12 years. In 2000, Dr Trust travelled to Perth to fulfil her lifelong dream of becoming a Doctor. 

Dr Stephanie is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners with a passion for remote primary health care, aboriginal health, chronic disease management and is a designated aviation medicine examiner. She has previously been Medical Director at the Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council, Board member of the Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association, East Metropolitan Health Service, the Kimberley-Pilbara Medicare Local and the Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation. Dr Stephanie has also been a Cultural Mentor and Advisor for Western Australian General Practice Education & Training Ltd. She currently serves on the Rural Health West Board. 

Dr Elly Hobbs – GP Registrar

Dr Elly is a GP Registrar, working towards a fellowship with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). She works between Wunan Health and Kununurra District Hospital, and plans to be a Rural Generalist Obstetrician. She relocated from Darwin this year with her fiancé and beloved dog, and loves the laidback East Kimberley lifestyle.

Dr Elly graduated from The University of Adelaide in 2017 before moving to the Northern Territory where she has worked both in Royal Darwin Hospital, and a variety or rural and remote locations across the Top End. She worked as an Obstetrics and Gynaecology Registrar for two years, gaining experience in sexual health, women’s health across the lifespan, and pregnancy care. She is currently completing her Masters in Public Health.

Dr Cody Butler – GP Registrar

Dr Cody Butler is a Wongutha Man and was born and raised in Kalgoorlie, in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia. He is a GP Registrar, working for both Wunan Health and Kununurra District Hospital. He recently relocated here from down south with his partner and beloved cat, they are both very excited to explore all that Kununurra has to offer. Having only spent a short time here last year, he said he will need a bit more time to get used to our lovely heat, but is excited to explore the waterfalls.

Dr Cody Butler graduated from University of Western Australia in 2016 and spent some junior doctor time in Derby and Kalgoorlie and more recently practiced general medicine at Midland. His passion and main interest in medicine is Aboriginal Health and Well-being. He’s excited to be with us here at Wunan Health.

Dr Sean White – GP Registrar

Dr Sean White is Paakantyi and grew up in country NSW. He graduated from University of Newcastle in 2010 and is currently a GP Registrar with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM).

Dr Sean has relocated from Carnarvon, where he had been working for the past three and half years and has extensive experience in paediatrics, mental health, men’s and women’s health, aged care, addictions – drug and alcohol, palliative care, emergency medicine, Aboriginal health, emergency medicine, rural and remote medicine.


The Practice Team:

Practice Manager
Suzette Chemello

Practice Advisor
Andrea Edwards

Clinical Co-ordinator/Practice Nurse (RN)
Jacinta Middleton

Practice Nurse (RN)
Rachel Ebsary

Aboriginal Health Worker
Shaun Cox

Health Programs Manager (AHP)
Wayne Beddall

Medical Receptionists
Ramona Bader                                
Ella-Tia Yeeda
Courtney Barnes
Leticia Ray


Practice Nurses

Our team of practice nurses provide a range of services including immunisations, chronic disease management, women’s health and contraception, audiometry, drug and alcohol testing and more. The practice nurse team supports our practitioners to deliver other services such as medicals and skin procedures as well as contacting patients with treatment plans and test results.

Aboriginal Health Practitioners

Our Aboriginal Health Practitioners (AHPs) provide a range of services including immunisations, chronic disease management, audiometry, drug and alcohol testing among many others. With a focus on Aboriginal health checks, chronic disease management plans our AHPs are committed to providing a culturally sensitive environment and care for our Aboriginal patients. Our AHPs also support practitioners to deliver other services.

Medical Receptionists

If you wish to learn more about our services, make an appointment or require any assistance, please feel free to contact one of our friendly medical receptionists.

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