Dr Graham Stevens
Mb. Ch.b (UK) B.Sc (Hons) FRACGP Cert. EM (ACEM)
Dr Graham Stevens is experienced in all areas of general practice with special interests in Hyperbaric and Diving Medicine, Men’s Health, Sexual health including, STI screening, and Preventative Health medicine.
He is an accredited s100 HIV community prescriber.
This means he is authorised to prescribe highly specialised HIV medication called antiretroviral therapy (ART) and has advanced training and experience in providing care to people at risk of HIV or people living with HIV.
Dr Stevens has obtained his ANZCA Advanced Diploma of Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. He has close ties with the World class Hyperbaric and Diving Medicine department and the Aerospace Medicine, and the PEGASUS EnviroLab (extreme physiology) at the Royal Hobart Hospital.
This means Dr Stevens is accredited to conduct Recreational SCUBA Diving Medicals (SPUMS) and Occupational Diving Medicals under the Occupational Dive Medical AS/NZ 2299.1/Standards.
The Dive Medical focuses on assessing cardiac, pulmonary, ear nose and throat, neurological and general health issues to ensure that the diver is not placed at undue risk. Our doctors can follow up any health conditions that may present during the Dive Medical or refer these conditions back to your regular GP.
Dr Stevens is a clinical lecturer at the University of Tasmania Medical School and often has third year or fifth medical students attending the practice to learn about General Practice. Your consent would be sought before hand if it impacts your consultation.
There are currently several lines of medical research promulgated by Dr Stevens at our practice. If you are eligible and interested, then a proper consent process would be undertaken.