We’re very excited to welcome you to Sunny Street Maroochydore Medical Centre.
No Medicare care or money? We see Australians without a Medicare card and bulk bill those experiencing homelessness or poverty.
Otherwise, our standard fees are as below. A percentage of our profits support our free health clinics for vulnerable Australians:
- $40 for short appointment, under 10 minutes
- $70 for standard appointment, under 20 minutes
- $100 for long appointment, over 20 minutes
Sunny Street offers the chance for people to take the time and have a conversation with a Doctor and/or a Nurse regarding their own lived experience of their unique health journey, their understanding of their health concerns and their capacity to take action and affect their life in a positive and independent way.
Proceeds from the centre allow Sunny Street to continue to provide healthcare for those experiencing homelessness and vulnerability across Australia.
We are a Bulk Billing practice, open to all Australians, and female owned by the co-founders Nurse Sonia Martin & Dr Nova Evans.
Meet the Team
Ms Kym Hogan
Conversationalists / Administration
Dr Nova Evans
I have always been passionate about community health and patient-centred care! After completing my Rural Generalist training in 2013 and working in Kingaroy for a number of years, I relocated to the Sunshine Coast and excitedly co-founded Sunny Street alongside my colleague Sonia Martin RN in July 2018. I feels as though Sunny Street allows me to be the Doctor I always wanted to be. To take the time with people, and hold space, whilst providing exceptional care.
Dr Juergen Landmann
I am excited to join the Sunny Street team because I am inspired by people who challenge the normal, and rather then asking ‘what is being done’ Sunny Street ask ‘how can I make this happen?’. I also love having fun in medicine! I consider myself to have the best job in the world. I love laughing with my patients and being myself. Most importantly though, as a GP, I find it a privilege when individuals and families trust me and allow me into their lives. They tell me things that often not another soul knows and I can help them at their darkest moments. My medical hero is Barry Marshall, a guy who endured the criticism of his peers for his theory that the bacteria H.Pylori was causing stomach ulcers, only to end up proving it was true by drinking a beaker of culture from a Petri dish (mixed in lukewarm beef extract). Sometimes you do what it takes to get the job done!
Dr Lucinda Luckett
I completed medical school in 2014 at the University of Notre Dame Sydney and have since worked at both St Vincent’s Hospital Darlinghurst and Wagga Wagga Base Hospital. Following that I specialised in General Practice and trained for a further three years before becoming a consultant General Practitioner in January 2019.
I like to practice holistic, preventative medicine, treating the whole person to encourage overall wellness. I feel comfortable seeing patients from all backgrounds and want people of any gender, sexuality or culture to feel welcome. I am a parent myself and I am happy to see children of all ages, and welcome teenagers alone or with their parents. I am confident with all aspects of general practice and have a special interest in paediatrics, mental health, sexual health, drug and alcohol issues and women’s health. I also care for women during pregnancy and post-partum, along with unplanned pregnancies.
Outside of medicine I like to spend time with my family, travelling, gardening, reading, watching films, eating good food and going on bike rides. You might spot me doing laps at the pool or visiting my family back home in country NSW.
Storm Law - Dietician
I am an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist, completing my Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Being diagnosed with Coeliac disease at an early age, I pursued a degree in dietetics to make a difference in people’s lives by supporting them in gaining the skills and knowledge to make positive changes to their health. I am well versed in all chronic disease management, however, I have a keen interest in the interconnectivity of nutrition to mental health and wellbeing. Having completed the Monash University’s FODMAP training for Dietitian’s, I have a deep understanding on how to support clients through medically required diet adjustments and provide dietary changes targeting improvement in gut and overall health. I will work with you to improve your relationship with food, create healthy habits and build health goals that are personalised, achievable, and specific to your individual needs.