Dr Johanna Wilson

BBiomed.Sc, BMed.Sc, MBBS(Hons), FRACGP


Dr Joh is originally from NSW but has called Tasmania home now for 20 years.

She has worked in General Practice for 8 years and completed her RACGP fellowship in General Practice in 2020. Prior to this she worked at the LGH.

She has a special interest in Women’s Health, Children’s Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health as well as preventative medicine to help you live your healthiest life.

She has completed the FPAA National Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health and can assist you with contraception, sexual health, pregnancy planning/fertility, early pregnancy management, postnatal mother and infant checks, period/bleeding problems, cervical screening tests, menopause and breast health.

She also plans to do training in infant neuroprotective developmental care (NDC) to become an accredited NDC practitioner during 2024.

She is a mum of 4 very busy boys and in her spare time enjoys going on adventures near and far to explore new places with her family. She also enjoys spending lots of time outdoors, swimming/beaching, walking her dogs and trying to grow her own vegies.



Joh can advise on the following topics:

Period Problems

Period problems can affect women of all ages from the beginning of menstruation all the way to perimenopause.

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The Bubble doctors can provide a number of contraception options including the oral contraceptive pill, intrauterine device, hormonal implant, contraceptive injection, vaginal ring, and emergency contraceptive options.

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You are eligible for a subsidised Cervical Screening Test if you are aged between 25 and 74, sexually active (or ever have been) and a woman or person with a cervix.

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Planning your pregnancy is important to ensure a healthy pregnancy with a good outcome. Unplanned pregnancies are at a higher risk of complications.

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The 6-week postpartum check is a crucial milestone for mum and baby.

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BreastScreen Tasmania provides a free screening mammogram every two years to women between the age of 40 and 74 years throughout Tasmania.

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The average age of menopause in Australia is 52. Perimenopause is that time leading into menopause and we refer to the time after menopause as post menopause.

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Good sexual health is important at all ages and all stages of relationships.

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The vulva and the vagina are an area of the body that should not be ignored and the Bubble female specialist GPs are very comfortable discussing these issues.

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