TasOGS' all-female team of experienced Women's Health GPs offers women's health expertise without the same waiting time often required to see a Specialist Gynaecologist. Even if specialist gynaecologist input is needed in your care, our Women's Health GPs can liaise directly with an on-site gynaecologist to begin initial investigations and treatment options.


Dr Annie Kaczmarski

Women's Health GP
CTM (International Cert. Travel Medicine)

Dr Annie Kaczmarski is an experienced General Practitioner with background across many fields of medicine. Annie has a strong passion and long standing experience in woman’s healthcare as well as a keen interest in travel medicine.

Annie previously worked in obstetric and gynaecology as both an O&G resident and registrar in Alice Springs. She received her DRANZCOG in 1990 and has since spent a number of years working at both Sexual Health (Hobart) and Family Planning Tasmania (Hobart). Annie currently continues her work in general practice, travel medicine and as a surgical assistant at both Hobart Private and Calvary Hospital. She is delighted to bring her experience and passion for women's healthcare to her new role at TasOGS.   

Annie is looking forward to working with patients with the goal of improving their health and well being. In her spare time Annie is a keen bushwalker, loves to travel, and loves spending time with her friends and family. 


Dr Hannah Chapman

Women's Health GP

Hannah is a General Practitioner with a keen interest in women's health. She completed a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Tasmania, graduating with first class honours in 2002. Hannah went on to complete General Practice training in Hobart and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Hannah has spent several years working in General Practice and during that time has developed her interest and expertise in women's health. She has completed the Certificate of Sexual and Reproductive Health, and for the past nine years has worked at Family Planning Tasmania helping women with contraceptive choices (including IUDs and Implanons), bleeding difficulties, sexual health checks, preconception checkups as well as management of menopause and breast symptoms.

Hannah enjoys helping women navigate what can at times be a difficult journey through the reproductive and menopausal years and is passionate about helping her patients to thrive at these times in their lives. Hannah has expertise and experience in women's mental health and wellbeing and will be also be providing mental health services.

Her other professional roles include Aesthetic Medicine and Medical Education within the GP training program.

Hannah has two gorgeous sons, Charles and Rupert, with her fiancé Stuart whom she describes as a wonderful life partner and an amazing co-parent. Outside of work she enjoys getting away with her family, spending time with her golden retriever Lucy, dabbling in photography and keeping fit with pilates and cycling.


Dr Jessica Shady

Women's Health GP

Jessica is a General Practitioner with a special interest in Women's Health. Jessica enjoys all aspects of women's health but has a particular interest in pregnancy planning and contraceptive advice.

She graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2010 with Honours. She then completed her resident years at the Launceston General Hospital during which time she also worked with the University, teaching and examining medical students. Jessica completed her RACGP Fellowship in 2014.

Jessica grew up in Northern Tasmania and now enjoys life in Hobart with her husband, daughter and their Boston Terrier Murphy. Outside of work she enjoys travel, eating out and exploring wonderful Tasmania.


Dr Emily Ware

Women's Health GP

Emily is a General Practitioner (GP) with an Advanced Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Emily has a keen interest in women's health and wellbeing, and enjoys all aspects of holistic women’s healthcare. Emily holds a qualification in obstetric and gynaecology ultrasound, and is able to insert and remove contraceptive IUDs.

Originally from Tasmania, Emily graduated from the University of Tasmania with first class honours. She completed her general practice training in Hobart and was awarded the Gold Medal for the highest GP exam result in Tasmania. 

Prior to her general practice training Emily worked in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the hospital setting in both Hobart and Melbourne. In 2013-2014 Emily and her family moved to Bangladesh to serve in a rural hospital. Here Emily worked on a busy obstetric and gynaecology ward, taking both a clinical and teaching role for this community.  This colourful and confronting adventure gave Emily a deep admiration for women from all cultural backgrounds and provided the wider perspective of how varied life can be for women placed in different parts of the world. This overseas experience brings a deeper understanding of culture, holistic care, and empowerment to Emily’s practice with her patients.

Emily is married with three busy children. She is known for her rather vocal encouragement on the soccer sideline and loves watching her kids have fun in sport. Emily also loves to cook, dance and go camping with her family. Combining these three with her passion for travel is her favourite way to spend family holidays.

Emily is looking forward to meeting you through TasOGS and is delighted to be part of this dynamic women’s health team!