BMed Sci, MBBS FRANZCOG
Jacqueline completed her medical degree at James Cook University, Townsville, before moving to Brisbane for her obstetrics and gynaecogical training.
Jacqueline’s training has been centered in tertiary hospitals throughout Queensland where she furthered her interest and experience in both tertiary obstetrics and advanced laparoscopic surgery. Jacqueline completed a fellows position in 2019 in gynae-oncology here in Tasmania to further advance her operating skills in laparoscopy and complex gynaecological cases.
Her interests include colposcopy, advanced laparoscopic surgery and complex gynaecology.
In her spare time she enjoys swimming, trekking and making the most of life with her family and friends.
Conditions treated by Dr Jacqueline Brown include:
• Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
• Heavy Periods
• Ovarian Cysts
• Abnormal Cervical Screening Tests
• Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
• Vulval & Vaginal Disorders
• Pelvic Pain
More information regarding the above services can be found here.
Period problems can affect women of all ages from the beginning of menstruation all the way to perimenopause and menopause.Learn more
Menopause can occur naturally and at the expected age, prematurely or early. Perimenopause is the stage before natural menopause, and is when the ovaries are running out of eggs. It is often the time when women begin to experience the symptoms of menopause, such as hot flushes, vaginal changes and mood swings.Learn more
Our doctors can provide a number of contraception options including the oral contraceptive pill, intrauterine device, hormonal implant, contraceptive injection, vaginal ring, and morning after options.Learn more
There are many vulval and vaginal conditions that cause women a lot of angst such as thrush, bacterial vaginosis, vaginal atrophy (vaginal dryness due to menopause) and many more. Embarrassment commonly prevents women from seeking help. This is an area of the body that should not be ignored and the female specialist GPs are very comfortable discussing these issues.Learn more
If you are aged between 25 to 74 with a cervix, you should have your first cervical screening test 2 years after your last Pap test. A common concern among cervix owners is the new age range for cervical screening as previously cervical screening started at age 18. Research shows us that having a five-yearly Cervical Screening Test from the age of 25 is safer and more effective than having a two-yearly Pap test from the age of 18.Learn more
BMedSci, MBBS (Hons), FRACGP, Director, Specialist General Practitioner, NDC practitioner
APA Physiotherapist, Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Grad Cert Pelvic Floor, Grad Cert Prolapse and Pessary Management.