Envisioned to provide much-needed Reproductive and Sexual Health Services within the MidCoast region and bordering towns, our Hiraya Health Practitioners provide quality evidence-based health care to bring out the “Hiraya” in you and help every person be the best healthiest version of themselves! Hiraya (Hi-ra-ya) MidCoast Women’s Health Clinic provides services primarily addressing Women’s Health but will also cater to Males, LGBTQI with sexual and reproductive issues.

Dr Grace Maano

GP-Obstetrician

Fellow of Australian College of Rural Remote Medicine (FACRRM)

Advanced Diplomate in Obstetrics & Gynaecology 

Dr Grace Maano is a GP-Specialist with extra training qualifications on Women's Health.  She is passionate about serving the rural and remote areas in Australia when she is not out volunteering overseas and helping in the developing countries.  

 

With her Advanced Diplomate qualifications in Women's Health, she can provide quality antenatal and postpartum care as well as manage full range of health issues that affect women throughout their lives from contraception, to pre-pregnancy planning, infertility and sexual health issues, menopause, vulval conditions and many more.

Envisioned to provide much-needed Reproductive and Sexual Health Services within the MidCoast region and bordering towns, our Hiraya Health Practitioners provide quality evidence-based health care to bring out the “Hiraya” in you and help every person be the best healthiest version of themselves! Hiraya (Hi-ra-ya) MidCoast Women’s Health Clinic provides services primarily addressing Women’s Health but will also cater to Males, LGBTQI with sexual and reproductive issues.

Dr Grace obtained her Medical Degree in the Philippines in 1999 and migrated to Australia in 2005. She has loved working and living in Australia – the diversity of the continent has matched her adventurous spirit, diverse interests and rural generalist skills. Since 2005, she has worked in various roles as Emergency Doctor, Obstetrics & Gynaecology Trainee, Cruise ship Doctor, Occupational Health Doctor, Refugee camp Doctor and Volunteer Doctor in developing countries. 

 

In finally achieving her GP-Obstetrician and Rural Generalist Fellowship with the Australian College of Rural Remote Medicine (FACRRM) in March 2021, Dr Grace lives by the saying 

“Whatever you hold in your mind, you can hold in your hand!”