Your Doctors

Dr Bruce Cameron


Bruce graduated from the University of Queensland in 1980 and relocated to Cairns for my hospital training. He entered general practice in 1986 after spending a year in Papua New Guinea whilst gaining experience in tropical medicine.

In 2007 Bruce moved back to the Gold Coast/Tweed Heads. Bruce has three grown up children. They live and enjoy the relaxed rural lifestyle at Upper Duroby.

Bruce enjoys the diversity of general practice and the challenges it provides.

Special areas of interest include Chronic Disease Management, Aged Care, Mental Health, Skin Cancer Management and Paediatrics.

Interests outside medicine include fitness, photography, movies and chess.

Dr Melquiadez (Mel) De Castro


Dr De Castro obtained his Doctor of Medicine Degree and passed the Physician Licensure examination in 1996 in Manila, Philippines. He worked in the local hospital and medical centre as a GP.

He was recruited by the Fijian government and worked as a GP from 2001 to 2004. In June 2004, he moved to Australia and worked as a GP in northern Queensland.

Due to the demand in the place where he worked, he studied diving and tropical medicine and has been performing diving medicals. He passed the fellowship examination of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2007. Dr De Castro moved to the Gold Coast area in 2008 and obtained a Diploma in Skin Cancer Surgery. Subsequently in 2010, he completed his Diploma in Dermatology and will be undertaking a course in Aviation Medicine at Monash University in July to be able to be accredited in performing medical examinations for pilots and air traffic controllers.

His special interests are Chronic Diseases, Geriatrics, Skin diseases/Cancers and general medical conditions.

Dr Tony Dique

MBBS(Hons) BmedSci(Hons) FRACGP

Having moved from Brisbane to Tasmania to study medicine, Dr Tony Dique graduated in 2006 with first class honours. He spent his intern and resident years at Ipswich General Hospital. Moving to Monto in the North Burnett Shire in 2009, he proceeded to spend most of the next 13 years in rural medical practice. In 2014, for over 7 years in Biloela he gained skills and experience in skin cancer surgery under the guidance of Dr Richard Tan OAM, as well as working towards completing a Fellowship in skin cancer surgery. Mid 2022 saw Dr Dique follow a sea change to the Tweed region and is looking forward to developing new patient-Doctor relationships within our Practice. Dr Dique’s practice will encompass all the usual aspects of general practice including child and family medicine, shared antenatal care, chronic disease management and skin cancer surgery.