Dr Keith Adam
M.B., B.S., Fellow ACOM, Fellow AFOEM, RACP
Senior Specialist Occupational Physician
Chief Medical Officer
Dr Keith Adam is a Senior Specialist Occupational Physician with Sonic HealthPlus and an Associate Professor of Occupational Medicine with the University of Queensland. Treating and rehabilitating injured workers since 1984, Dr Adam has extensive experience in determining what duties injured workers may be able to perform, and managing return to work programmes.
Dr Adam regularly consults as a Senior Medical Advisor to Yancoal, Curragh Qld Mining, and the Queensland Fire and Rescue Service. He was appointed Chief Medical Adviser for Queensland Rail in October 1997, and for Pacific National in 2005. He was involved in the development of a health standard for Queensland Rail employees, which led to further involvement in the development of the first National Standard for Health Assessment of Rail Safety Workers in 2003 and 2004.
More recently, he was invited by the National Transport Commission to participate in a review of that standard, and has also been involved in the development of a national training program for Authorised Health Practitioners in the rail industry.
Dr Craig White
Regional Medical Officer (WA/SA)
Doctor Craig White is a specialist Occupational and Environmental Physician and the State Medical Officer for Sonic HealthPlus in Western Australia.
Having completed a wide-range of post-graduate studies in the fields of occupational medicine, Dr White provides highly specialised advice to clients regarding the effects of work on health and conversely, health on work.
Dr White is a designated Aviation Medical Examiner (CASA) and a Certified Medical Review Officer (MRO). In addition to this, Dr White is a WorkCover approved medical specialist (AMS) and certified as Independent Medical Examiner (IME) by the American Board of Independent Medical Examiners.
Dr White holds memberships of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Australasian Society of Aerospace Medicine, Australian and New Zealand Society of Occupational Medicine and Australasian Medical Review Officers Association.
Dr David Jones
MSc, MB ChB, MFOM (RCP)(UK), Fellow AFOEM (RACP)
Occupational and Environmental Physician
Regional Medical Officer (QLD/NT)
Dr Jones is an experienced occupational physician, who has been in specialist practice for over 25 years. He is currently an Occupational and Environmental Physician with Sonic HealthPlus, providing a range of consulting services for corporate and government clients. He undertakes independent clinical assessments, fitness for duty assessments, assists in the design and operation of health surveillance programs and provides a wide range of specialist consultancy advice services in the fields of occupational and environmental medicine.
Dr Jones is certified to carry out independent medical examinations for the assessment of permanent disability and to assess individuals and provided advice under Australian and New Zealand Standards with respect to drug and alcohol testing, including giving consultancy advice to employers about organizational policies and management of such cases.
He currently acts as a Senior Medical Adviser to two large Rail Companies. In addition to this, he is a medical expert in hazardous substances health surveillance and consults to organisations involved in major land remediation projects.
Dr Jones is the National Lead Medical Inspector for Seafarers and (now) Chief Medical Adviser to Queensland Rail.
Dr Marcus Adonis
National Medical Officer (GP)
Dr Adonis is experienced across a broad range of medicine including general practice, occupational medicine (specifically injury management) and sports medicine. In 2003, Dr Adonis was awarded an Order of Australia for his services to sports medicine. In 1980, he pioneered the first occupational medical clinic in Western Australia.
Dr Adonis uses his expertise in general practice to assist with education and employment of Sonic HealthPlus Doctors throughout the country. Dr Adonis is a member of the WorkCover Medical Board of W.A.
Dr Victoria Oey
MBBS MS GDOEH FAFOEM
Occupational and Environmental Physician
Regional Medical Officer (NSW & ACT)
Dr Victoria Oey is an occupational and environmental physician and regional medical officer at Sonic HealthPlus. Working in occupational healthcare since 2011, Dr Oey specialises in undertaking assessments for government and private organisations to evaluate the impact of work factors on health and equally health factors on work.
Dr Oey has previously undertaken extensive research in sleep apnoea and has held positions within the surgical field, immigration and across clinical governance. Her passion for occupational medicine saw her shift her devotion to this branch of medicine where she has remained for over five years.
Accredited as a Rail Safety Authority Health Professional, Medical Inspector of Seafarers (AMSA), Medical Review Officer, Authorised Health Professional for Marine Pilots (NSW) and with an Australia Certificate of Civil Aviation Medicine, Dr Oey specialises in the management of workers across a wide variety of industries.
Dr Oey regularly performs safety critical worker assessments, fitness for duty and return-to-work assessments, health and work site assessments, pre-deployment assessments, workplace injury management and health surveillance to support the occupational healthcare of workers across the transport, seafaring, mining and public health sectors.
With extensive knowledge in occupational healthcare, Dr Oey is a specialised occupational and environmental physician who supports the diverse range of health requirements of Australian workers and businesses.
B.BioMed.Sci, MBBS, MonashCertClinOccMed, RACGP, AAAM, ANZSOM
Occupational Medical Practitioner (Sonic HealthPlus)
Lecturer (Griffith University Medical School)
Clinical Operations Lead (DSP)
Dr Charles was schooled in Adelaide, South Australia and relocated to the Gold Coast in 2002. He completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science Degree before completing a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in an inaugural Gold Coast Medical Program. Dr Charles undertook Internship, Junior House Officer and Senior House Officer years at the Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service before completing Principal House Officer years in Private Practice.
Dr Charles has significant experience within the specialties of Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Rural & Remote Medicine, Ophthalmology & Sports Medicine. Dr Charles has attained publications in peer-reviewed journals and has completed further postgraduate studies in Clinical Occupational Medicine. Dr Charles is a Lecturer at the Griffith University School of Medicine and currently works as an Occupational Medical Practitioner and consults at various Sonic HealthPlus locations.