Dr Hall is a medical doctor who trained at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. His experience includes emergency medicine, mental health, general medicine and surgery.
After graduating in medicine from Adelaide University in 2006 with prizes and first-class honours, Dr Hall completed his internship at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, including rural and emergency work in General Practice. Following this, he pursued work as a clinical investigator, involving educating and protecting the safety of patients in early phase clinical trials.
During his work he became increasingly aware of patients struggling with chronic illnesses, including fatigue syndromes, mental health battles, and digestive symptoms, whose health was not improving despite taking multiple medications for decades. It became a passion of his to thoroughly understand the biochemical pathways, metabolic processes and toxic influences that affect people’s health in unique ways, and to understand how to naturally support the body’s own capacity to heal.
He has undertaken post-graduate training with the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM). His enthusiasm and knowledge resulted in his election to the Executive Board of ACNEM in 2011, where he has previously served as college Vice President, and appointment to the ACNEM teaching faculty. He is also Medical Advisor for the Australasian Institute of Medical Nutrition.
Dr Hall’s goal is to support the recognition of nutritional and environmental medicine as an essential part of medical student training, and ultimately the introduction of evidence-based nutritional medicine into acute hospital care.
He believes “the best service I can offer patients is to present a range of therapeutic options with evidence. This places them in a strong position to be in control, and to make informed decisions about their health.”
Deb is a Registered Nurse, Naturopath and Nutritionist with more than 25 years experience.
Deb works collaboratively with Dr Hall to best support patients, especially those requiring complex disease management. In many cases, after an initial consultation with Dr Hall, a patient’s second appointment will be with Deb, whose expertise is integral to developing a recovery strategy. Click here to learn more.
Deb’s areas of interest include longevity, immune conditions, fatigue, assisting in recovery from long term conditions, women's health including menopause, men's health, mental and emotional wellbeing.
With her compassionate nature, Deb has gained a reputation as a practitioner who understands the unique needs of each of her patients and applies individual protocols for each person to ensure they receive the most effective care for their requirements.
Heather is an administration professional with over 15 years experience working in the health sector and has qualifications in primary health care and community services.
Heather supports the team to provide a friendly and efficient customer experience including welcoming clients, managing appointments, payments and orders for the clinic.
Bernadette is the first welcoming face many of our patients see when they visit the clinic.
With more than a decade in the health sector, Bernadette enjoys helping people who may be feeling stressed or uncertain about their health.
Kristy is a nurse with more than 15 years’ experience. She trained at Flinders University and spent a considerable amount of time in the hustle and bustle of a busy public hospital.
She has worked in the education area of nursing and is passionate about helping others succeed.
For more than four years she has been involved in nutritional medicine, staying up to date with the training provided by AIMN.
Kristy believes true health starts from the inside.
Suzanne is a registered nurse who studied at Flinders University and trained in Critical Care nursing at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Suzanne has more than 10 years experience as a registered nurse in areas including palliative, oncology, emergency, intensive care, cardiac, renal, medical and surgical. She has experience in Nurse management in clinical research at the RAH and has studied further through ACNEM.
Combining these skills from the vast areas she has worked in gives her a broad insight and extensive experience relating to complex health conditions, which in turn enables her to treat patients holistically.
Suzanne believes in the unique individuality of each patient and treats each patient as such.
Brandon is a registered nurse who has developed his skills working out of a regional hospital in Queensland.
He has a special interest in oncology and haematology and has experience supporting individuals across all aspects of their journey.
Brandon also has an interest in research and has moved to Adelaide to complete a PhD with Flinders University at the Adelaide Institute of Sleep Health.