Dr Anthony Solomon

GP MBBS (UNSW), Dip.Paed., Grad. Dip.Rural, FRACGP, FARGP

Anthony is the Principal GP of the North Coast Medical Centre. He graduated from UNSW in 1991 and completed post graduate training in Paediatrics and General Practice. Anthony is a Fellow of the RACGP and also Fellow of the rural arm of the RACGP. With 15 years in clinical practice Anthony’s special interests are children’s medicine, acupuncture, aboriginal health, addictions medicine, integrative medicine.

Dr Anthony Solomon is a Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) at the Byron Central Hospital. He is also Co-Director of the Byron Integrative Medicine Conference.

Dr Robert Trigger

BMBS, Cert.Sports Med

Rob graduated from Flinders Medical Centre (SA) in 1984 where he completed his intern training. He moved to the Northern Rivers and spent 2 years at Lismore Base Hospital as a Resident Medical Officer. He began General Practice in 1988 in Byron Bay and spent 10 years as a Visiting Medical Officer at Byron District Hospital. He commenced practicing at North Coast Medical Centre in 1998. In addition to his medical qualifications Rob holds a Diploma in professional Pilates and teaches this from his studio at the back of the medical practice– for more information about this please visit www.drpilatesbyronbay.com.au

His other medical interests integrating Western and Complementary approaches to achieve best health outcomes,  intravenous vitamin and nutrient therapy, and young people’s health care. He has done some extra training with Family Planning Australia for insertion of intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUDs).


Dr Bettie Honey


Bettie has consulted as a GP at North Coast Medical Centre since 2006. Her past experience in Children’s Health and Obstetrics and Gynaecology can now be combined with a new found interest in Nutritional Health, all with a commitment to whole family care.

Dr Jessica Wade

GP Registrar, Doctor of Medicine (UNSW)

Jessica is a GP registrar currently undertaking her training with GP synergy. She graduated from UNSW in 2014. Jessica is a proud Aboriginal woman; her ties are to the Nyoongah people of South West of Perth. She is an active member of the Australian Indigenous Doctors Association (AIDA) and has undertaken research in looking at the cultural barriers to smoking cessation in Aboriginal women.
Jessica has an interest in mental health and completed GP mental health training through Northern Territory General Practice Education in 2016. She understands the complexities of health and well-being and how this impacts physical and emotional health of individuals and families.