Mandy is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese. She has a special interest in joint disease, children’s health and women’s health.

MBBS (UNSW), FRACGP, Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

 

Jasmin is fluent in Hindi. She has a special interest in children’s health, women’s health, mental health as well as preventative health medicine.

MBBS (Sydney), FRACGP, Family planning FPA certificate

Yvonne can speak Cantonese and Mandarin. She has a special interest in children’s health, women’s health, and mental health. She also performs minor skin procedures.

MBBS (Sydney), FRACGP, DCH(Diploma of child health), FPA (family planning cerficate)

Claire is fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.  She has special interests in children’s health, women’s health, and mental health. She is also interested in geriatrics medicine and does nursing home visits in some of the local nursing homes.

Tharuka completed her medical studies at the University of Sydney and worked at Westmead Hospital and a number of regional centres prior to specialising in primary care. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and has worked as a rural GP in Western New South Wales and at a number of locations in the South and Inner West of Sydney. Tharuka enjoys all aspects of primary care and places great value on the education and empowerment of her patients. She has a special interest in women’s health, chronic disease management, men’s health, sexual and reproductive medicine and mental health, and she completed the Sydney Child Health Program. She is registered for Implanon insertion and the medical termination of pregnancy.

 

Special Interests:

Women’s health

Chronic disease management

Men’s health

Sexual and reproductive medicine

Mental health”

Dr Alexander Beath is a General Practitioner with interests in preventive medicine, general medicine, geriatrics, paediatrics and skin cancer medicine.

Graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine in 2012 in his home town of Newcastle, Alex moved to Sydney for Internship/Residency in 2013-2014 at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He undertook Basic Physician Training in 2016-17 at St George/Sutherland Hospitals and in 2018 spent a year in the Emergency Department at Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospital prior to commencing General Practice Training.

Alex is also currently a part-time Staff Specialist in the Hospital in the Home department at Royal North Shore Hospital and recently became a Board Director of the HITH Society of Australasia. This keeps him engaged with hospital teaching and education opportunities as well as collaboration with medical, nursing and allied health colleagues.

In his spare time, Alex loves spending time with his young family, particularly taking them down to the beach on his cargo bike. He enjoys surf skiing and playing the guitar.

Dr Kemi Adu has been a specialist GP in Australia for several years and is a fellow of and GP supervisor with RACGP. Dr Adu also enjoys all of general practice including medical education/training.

Dr Adu’s special interests include:

Dr Adu also has personal interests in walking, reading, music, arts and culture.

Dr Anna-Kristen completed her medical studies at the University of Melbourne and the Australian National University in Canberra.
She has a diploma in tropical medicine and hygiene, and has a particular interest in international medical volunteering and travel medicine. Her other areas of interest include women’s health and mental health.

In her spare time she enjoys rock climbing and exploring new places.

Dr Harrop studied medicine at the University of Sydney. She
graduated from there with a Bachelor of Medicine and
Bachelor of Surgery in 2012. Following this Dr Harrop spent
several years working in hospitals in and around Sydney,
gaining valuable experience in multiple areas of medicine
including Paediatrics and Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery. She
is now undertaking her Fellowship in General Practice and
enjoys working with patients of all ages and stages to
improve their health and wellbeing.
Dr Harrop has a particular interest in children’s health and
has additional qualifications in this area through the Sydney
Child Health Program.
Special interests: Pediatrics, family planning and sexual
health, women’s health

Dr Jessica Wang obtained her Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor
of Surgery (Honours) from Monash University. She has also
completed her SCHP Certificate in Child Health and her FPAA
National Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health.
She takes pride in the therapeutic relationships she builds
with her patients and the holistic care she offers, allowing
her patients to achieve their full health potential.

Special Interests: Pediatrics, women’s health, and sexual
health.

Erica completed her Doctor of Medicine at The University of Sydney in 2017. Since then, she has worked at Royal North Shore Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital, and undertaken additional paediatric training at the Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick while also completing the Sydney Child Health Program.

Erica has a special interest in paediatric medicine and women’s health – she enjoys providing care across the vast array of a woman’s health journey and particularly enjoys supporting women through perimenopause.

Erica also has an interest in metabolic health and weight management, and provides non-judgmental, patient-centered care while helping patients to achieve their goals.

Erica prides herself on taking a collaborative approach to evidence-based care, and tailors her management to the individual. She works hard to ensure patients understand their health issues and are in the driving seat when it comes to their own health.

Outside of work Erica is busy keeping up with her two young children, and trying to maintain her Duolingo Italian streak.

Dr Kritika Gupta graduated from Western Sydney University in 2020, working her first two years across a multitude of hospitals including Westmead Hospital, Auburn Hospital, Coffs Harbour Base Hospital and the Children’s Hospital at Westmead. She has completed the Sydney Children’s Health program in 2022 and is currently in the process of obtaining her Certificate of Women’s Health.

In her free time, she is usually doing yoga, working on her sewing skills or planning her next holiday.

Languages spoken: English and Hindi.

Special interests: Women’s health, paediatrics, sexual health and preventative health.

Dr De Pedro began her career in asthma research at the Woolcock Institute in Sydney. She obtained her medical degree at Monash University in Melbourne before working in various hospitals around Western Sydney, the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network and more recently in General Practice in Wagga Wagga NSW. Monique is interested in all aspects of general practice with a special interest in paediatric medicine having completed the Sydney Child Health Program at Westmead Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Pham completed Doctor of Philosophy at the University of New South Wales followed by Doctor of Medicine at the Sydney Medical School. He holds a diploma in Child Health, a certificate in Emergency Medicine, and the FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health. Dr. Pham has extensive medical experience across various Sydney hospitals, including Westmead, Blacktown and Cumberland, as well as abundant general practising at more regional settings such as Gunnedah, Tamworth and Merimbula. He is also an accredited ALS / APLS provider and a member of the Australasian College of Skin Cancer. Special Interests: Procedures / minor surgeries, dermatology, skin cancers and skin check including skin excision biopsies. Paediatric health, sexual and reproductive health including insertion and removal of contraceptive implant; Infectious diseases; Indigenous health; Chronic disease management; obesity; travel medicine; Worker’s compensation and mental health. He is a strong believer in patient-centred care with the objective of achieving best health outcomes for his patients. Personal interests: Dr. Pham likes spending time travelling with his family when not at work. He is also a confident swimmer as well as enjoys being an avid Lego master builder with his little boy.

Dr Stephanie Chiu is a friendly and caring doctor who graduated from the University of Sydney, where she initially completed a music degree through the Sydney Conservatorium of Music before finding her love for medicine. She loves all aspects of general practice but has a particular interest in child health, pregnancy care and breastfeeding medicine and is currently working towards a formal lactation consultant qualification (IBCLC) as well.

Outside of work she is a busy mum of 2 girls and enjoys singing, baking and sleeping, although realistically has little time for any of the above!

 

Dr McGuinness completed her medical training and internship in Tasmania before further hospital training in Newcastle, Southeast New South Wales, and the Sydney Children’s Hospital.

She holds a Diploma of Child Health and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney (which she completed another lifetime ago).

She has an interest in paediatrics, geriatric medicine and preventative health.

Outside of work she enjoys surfing, swimming and spending time with her son.

Dr Sophia graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Medical Studies/ Doctor of Medicine. As a junior doctor, she gained a wide range of experience in general medicine, surgery, emergency medicine, paediatrics and obstetrics and gynaecology. She has completed the Sydney Child Health Program and loves the diversity of seeing patients of all ages and backgrounds. In particular, she enjoys women’s health (including insertion/ removal of Implanon and removal of Mirena), pregnancy care, preventative health and chronic disease management.

Dr Avni Garg graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. She completed her internship and residency at Westmead Hospital, where she trained under various medical and surgical specialties. She has also completed the Sydney Child Health Program through the University of Sydney in 2020, and subsequently attained Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She enjoys providing evidence-based and holistic care to a varied range of general practice consults, and has a special interest in Women’s and Children’s Health. In her spare time, she enjoys baking and spending time with her family.

She is also fluent in Hindi and Punjabi, and can consult in both if preferred.

Dr. Patrick Khoury is a respected doctor with expertise in skin checks and skin cancer management. With a solid academic background and a patient-focused approach, he’s known for thorough skin examinations and community education on skin health. His contributions in early cancer detection have earned him recognition among peers and patients alike.

MB ChB FRACGP
Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Physician
Member of Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine

Dr Gui du Toit graduated from medical school at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa in 1981. After two years compulsory military service as a doctor in the South African and Namibian outback, he continued his post graduate training in the departments of Plastic, Reconstructive and Cranio-Facial Surgery; General Surgery; Obstetrics and Anaesthetics at the Medical Universities of Stellenbosch, Cape Town and Pretoria in South Africa.

Prior to immigrating to Australia in 2009, he spent 10 years in rural Canada as a specialist (Proceduralist) GP during which time he obtained the Canadian medical degrees: LMCC and CFPC. During the last five years in Australia he obtained the FRACGP as well as Diplomas in Skin Cancer Medicine and Cosmetic Medicine.

He is passionate about the anti-ageing benefits of physical training, a healthy lifestyle and wonderful results of non-surgical facial rejuvenation with little or no down time versus surgical interventions with longer down time. He is an avid fitness fanatic and has done two Canadian Ironman races as well as many Olympic distance triathlons. He is a keen concert pianist and enjoys the artistic power of classical music.

Dr Paul Jung is a highly skilled General Practitioner with a passion for delivering comprehensive care to his patients. He graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in 2019 and has since honed his expertise through hands-on training at various hospitals, including Hornsby, Northern Beaches, Wahroonga, Sydney Adventist & Westmead Children’s Hospitals.

His areas of interest in general practice are broad, and he places a strong emphasis on the importance of communication, holistic care and preventative medicine.

Outside of work, Dr Jung is an active and engaged individual who values his relationships with family and friends. He enjoys staying active, playing basketball and is actively involved in his church community.

Dr Carolina Munoz completed her Bachelor of Medicine in 2006 at El Bosque University in Columbia. She has worked in Australia as a GP since 2013 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has a special interest in Women’s health including Menopause, Lifestyle medicine and prevention of Chronic diseases and Mental health.

She is also fluent in Spanish.

Her personal interests include exercise, meditation, dancing and spending time in nature.

Susan is a General Practitioner (GP/ Family Medicine)

Originally commencing a solo practice in Annandale but then working in Singapore, Taiwan and Beijing for 15 years.

Whilst in Asia, Studied Acupuncture and then became a Fellow of the Australian Medical Acupuncture College.

Returning to Australia in 2001.

Joined Norton Street Medical Practice 2001

Enjoys family, friends, gardening and general practice.

Malar is a General Practitioner (GP  / FAMILY MEDICINE) – over 25 years
Founded and managed a Solo practice over 21 years @ Henley Beach Surgery, Henley Beach South Australia until Dec 2021. As a GP provided medical service to the Henley Beach and surrounding community. During COVID time , Henley Beach surgery was one of the earliest surgeries to provide COVID vaccinations and administered over 4000 Covid 19 vaccinations.
Joined Norton Street Medical Centre Since February 2022 – Practicing as GP 2 days a week.

Dr. Ambika Rani obtained her medical degree from The Australian National University after first completing a Bachelor of Science with first class honours from The University of Sydney.

She holds the Family Planning Alliance Australia National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health and is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Child Health. Ambika has trained in multiple hospitals across NSW & interstate as a junior doctor in various medical, surgical, psychiatric & emergency specialties.

Dr. Ambika loves all aspects of whole-person, patient centred care and her special interests include chronic disease management, women’s health, mens health, paediatrics, reproductive health (including implanon insertion) and sexual health. In her spare time, Dr Rani enjoys cooking & travelling.

Dr Min-Qing Lee is a registrar with the RACGP
Dr Lee graduated from The University of Queensland in 2018 and has completed his AGPT Training in Yagoona, Kogarah, and Airds. He has experience with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, holistic healthcare, travel medicine, antenatal care, and workers compensation medicine. Dr Lee previously worked with Redcliffe Hospital, Powell Street Family Practice, Blue Shield Family General Practice, and Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation. He also continues to work as a cosmetic physician.

Special interest: Men’s health, acute care, and sports medicine.

Personal interests: loves playing sport and finding new places to eat

Dr Jo Taylor grew up and trained in the UK. She graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2010 and worked as a GP in London before re-locating to sunny Sydney in 2019. 

Dr Taylor is a friendly and caring GP who enjoys all aspects of general practice but has special interests in woman’s & sexual health, wellness, nutrition & preventative medicine, mental health & skin cancer medicine.  

A keen scuba diver, when not at the clinic, she’s likely to be found exploring Sydney’s underwater world.

Dr Emily Frost graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2016 and worked in a wide variety of hospital specialties before deciding to pursue a career in General Practice. Emily enjoys all aspects of GP including (but not limited to) mental health, women’s health, paediatrics, chronic disease management and management of workplace injuries. Emily takes great pride in the relationships she builds with her patients and enjoys working together to achieve the best health outcomes.

 

 

Dr Alice Muspratt is from the UK and completed her undergraduate training in Scotland and GP training at Oxford. She has been working as a GP in Sydney for over 10 years. Her particular interests are antenatal care (shared antenatal care provider with RPAH and RHW) paediatrics, women’s health and chronic disease management. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her three young children.

Background – Dr Predny completed her medical degree at the University of Newcastle in 2011, before working in Royal North Shore Hospital for three years and gaining particular experience in Paediatric Medicine. She has recently earned her fellowship with the RACGP.

Special Interests – Dr Predny was attracted to General Practice for the opportunity it provides to provide care to a variety of people at all the different stages of their lives. She has a particular interest in providing quality health care to members of the LGBTIQ+ community, as well as in Paediatrics and Women’s health. She is also passionate about promoting health through lifestyle, and is a proponent of the Health at Every Size approach to wellness.

Personal Interests – Outside of medicine, Dr Predny enjoys hiking, rock climbing, dance and performing, and dabbles with Archery and playing the ukulele.

Dr Marr studied medicine at UNSW and undertook a few years of training in Radiation Oncology prior to entering general practice training. He practiced at an Aboriginal medical service on the Mid north coast of NSW prior to joining Nuvo Health, and has special interests in men’s health, sexual health, implanon insertions and removals, skin checks and excisions, and management of chronic conditions. He is a registered provider of Medical Terminations of Pregnancy. He is available at Birkenhead Point on Monday ,Wednesday , Thursday, and Five Dock on Tuesday and Friday.

Dr Arti Arora is an experienced, thorough and compassionate clinician. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Dr Arora was awarded her Medical degree from The University of Sydney, where she also completed an undergraduate Physiotherapy degree. Her hospital training was completed at the Royal North Shore Hospital. She is a registered Antenatal Shared Care provider and has also completed a Diploma of Child Health. Dr Arora is skilled in managing children, men and women through all phases of life. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family, exploring nature and cooking.

Dr Nicholas Moor completed his medical degree at the University of Newcastle, and subsequently completed a Master of Public Health at Griffith University. He has particular interests in preventative medicine, dermatology, sports medicine, travel medicine and chronic disease management. His holistic approach to medicine ensures patients have an active role in the management of their health,and he works with every patient to achieve their best health outcomes. Fluent in English and German, he is an active member of the community and enjoys volunteering with St John Ambulance and tending to his garden.

Michael is a fellow of the RACGP having completed his medical degree at the Australian National University in Canberra. He has worked in Western Sydney, the Blue Mountains, and Canberra with a prior background of research into malaria at the University of Sydney. Michael’s medical interests include paediatrics, men’s health and preventative medicine. His personal interests include being jogging, cycling and until recently travelling.

I am a Fellow of the RACGP and a graduate of the University of Sydney. Prior to working at the Practice I have worked at various practices, including the Blue Mountains, Eastern Suburbs and Western Sydney. I am interested in paediatrics and women health. I also enjoy walking and playing lots of netball.

I have been with the practice for over 15 years. My special interests are in Paediatrics, Geriatric Medicine and Womens Health. Outside of work I love travelling and cooking for family and friends.

I identify as a middle-aged, male General Practitioner. I have spent some time as a Rehab Registrar in the nineties and maintain a sneaking regard for rehab as a result of this I have been fascinated with World War 11 fighter aircraft since the age of 9, I enjoy playing with computers and synthesisers at home and own a psychotic kitten called Scout.

I have been with this practice for over 30 years. I have an interest in aged care and orthopaedics.

When not working I enjoy my garden and travelling. I have recently discovered the enjoyment of cruising.

This Carlingford Epping Surgery is the first practice I have worked in since leaving University. I have always enjoyed the challenge of taking care of my patients and the responsibility that involves.

I have interests in all human ailments but particularly paediatrics, geriatrics, lung conditions, wounds, skin pathology, women’s health, mens health, and mental health issues.

Dr Brian Ng graduated from medicine at The University of Sydney and gained fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practice (FRACGP) in 2018. As part of his training, he has completed the Sydney Child Health Program; and residency at Royal North Shore Hospital and Port Macquarie Base Hospital. Dr Brian Ng has a broad range of experience as a GP – previously working in Dee Why, Carlingford, Kingswood and Darwin.

Graduated from Sydney Uni 2002. Lived and worked as a doctor in the Inner West for 20 years (17 years in General Practice) Registered with RPAH ANSC program.

Dr Emma specialises in women’s, antenatal care and Children’s health.

Dr Wallace-Hor graduated from the University of Sydney in 2015 and worked at Concord and Canterbury Hospitals before completing her training as a GP. She obtained a Diploma of Child Health in 2017 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Wallace-Hor chose General Practice because she loves the variety it brings. However, she is particularly interested in preventive medicine, women’s health and paediatrics. She is a registered antenatal shared care (ANSC) provider at RPA Hospital. She is also trained to insert and remove Implanon implants.

Dr Eric Le graduated from the University of Queensland in 2015 and completed his internship and residency at Blacktown, Mt Druitt and Bathurst Hospital. He has since gained fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and completed a Diploma of Child Health.

Dr Le enjoys all aspects of family medicine but have a particular interest in Paediatrics, Mens health and preventative healthcare with a focus on exercise and nutrition.

Outside of work, Dr Le enjoys having an active lifestyle and keeping his dog company.

Dr Selwyn has been a GP for 38+ years.

He has extensive experience working in South Africa, Tasmania and in Sydney.
He has a passion for Men’s Health and Travel Medicine.
Away from work, he enjoys mountain biking and kayaking.

Background
Dr Doeuk graduated from the University of Queensland with an Honours Degree in Pharmacy. She completed her medical Degree at Griffith University and undertook her junior training at The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane and went on to work as a Surgical Registrar at the Gold Coast University Hospital for 3 years.

Special Interests
She enjoys the diversity that General Practice offers. Dr Doeuk is an accredited Robotic, Laparoscopic and General Surgical Assistant. Given her proficient surgical background, she has a keen interest in minor procedures, skin cancer excision and cosmetic surgery.

Personal Interests
Born and raised in Lyon France, Dr Doeuk speaks French as her first language. Outside of Medicine she has started piano and Mandarin classes for beginners. She comes from a Chinese background and enjoys travelling and learning about different cultures.

 

Dr Boyatzis graduated from the University of Notre Dame with an MBBS in 2011. She completed her FRAGCP in 2016. Before entering General Practice she worked in Emergency Medicine at Royal North Shore Hospital.

Dr Wu graduated from University of Melbourne in 2009. Before joining us, She worked at Royale Eastwood Medical Centre, Campbelltown Mall Medical Centre, Macarthur Square Medical and Dental Centre, and worked as a Plastic and Reconstructive, Maxillofacial Surgical Registrar. She is also certified for Antenatal Shared Care with RPA & is a certified Acupuncturist.

Dr Yan graduated from the University of New England in 2013 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) since 2018. He worked at Blacktown, Hornsby, and Westmead Hospital as a medical registrar before undertaking his General Practice Training in 2017.

His other roles include being a GP Supervisor for GP registrars and medical students, Antenatal Shared Care (ANSC) GP for RPA and Canterbury Hospital, and Designated Aviation Medical Examiner (DAME) for the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).  He enjoys all aspect of general practice and is particularly passionate about preventative health care and developing good long term relationships with patients of all ages and cultural backgrounds.

Dr Kelly Nguyen is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and a graduate of Sydney University (1999). She trained at Westmead Hospital and has worked in rural areas of Orange, Dubbo and Alice Springs. She has a post graduate diploma in Child Health (UNSW), Certificate of Reproductive and Sexual Health (FPNSW) and is a Shared Antenatal Care provider with RPA/Canterbury Hospitals. She has over 15 years experience in General Practice and thoroughly enjoys the privilege of looking after families over the generations. She is currently a RACGP Supervisor for GP registrars, and also enjoys teaching medical students from Macquarie University. She has a special interest in Women’s Health, Paediatrics, Antenatal care, Travel medicine and Preventative Health. Outside of medicine, she enjoys relaxing with her 3 kids and dog, and when time allows, would like to read more, paint more, improve her gardening skills and travel again.

Dr Vanza graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in The United States. She moved to Australia in 2007 and completed her hospital training at Bendigo Base Hospital in Victoria, St George and St Vincent’s Hospitals in Sydney. She has completed her Masters in Public Health from UNSW as well as her Diploma in Child Health. She has worked at several practices around Sydney and enjoys all aspects of general practice. Dr Vanza is also passionate about the potential to treat some health conditions that may not have responded to other solutions. Plant based medicine is often used for the treatment of Chronic pain, generalized anxiety and insomnia.Prior to the consultation we highly recommend you to download and read the TGA information fact sheet.

 

As an experienced practitioner and passionate scholar of medical health, Dr. Luo continued her research and graduated with a PhD in Medicine at the University of Sydney. She then pursued a career in Medical Research in Australia and abroad in the United States for over a decade with special interests in Cardiovascular disease, Diabetes and Renal Disease. She acquired a Diploma in Child Health (DCH) from the University of Sydney and a Certificate in Women’s Health from Family Planning, Australia.
Dr Luo has worked in General Practice across NSW for over 10 years. She completed her medical training at hospitals in Sydney, extending her reach across a wide range of communities with a focus on emergency medicine. Her training in mental health at St Vincent Hospital has offered extensive experience in various areas of Psychiatry. Her experience in Paediatrics at the Westmead Children’s Hospital has been valuable in management of Paediatric conditions. She has special interest in detection and management of skin cancers.
Outside work, Dr Luo spends her days tending to her garden, playing piano and board games with family and friends.

Background: Dr. Clayton Leung graduated from medical school in 2012 at the University of Western Sydney. He went on to train in various hospitals across the country including Queensland and South Australia, where he gained valuable skills and experience in rural settings.  Before Australia, Clayton grew up in Canada. He completed an Honours Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Toronto. Having lived in multiple countries, he has a great appreciation and respect for the diverse range of cultures and backgrounds that patients come from.

Special Interests: Clayton is passionate about paediatric and adult general medicine but especially preventative care and chronic disease management. He is a firm believer in improving health outcomes through establishment of a trusting relationship with his patients.

Personal Interests: When not working, Clayton enjoys food and travelling. He would also spend hours trying to perfect his coffee making skills.

Dr Lin graduated from University of New South Wales in 2006. She previously trained in Paediatrics at Children’s hospital at Westmead and Sydney Children’s hospital for 3 years.

She has a diploma in Paediatrics obtained in 2010. She has a special interes in Paediatrics, Women’s health, travel medicine and mental health. Fluent in Mandarin. Outside of general practice, Dr Lin enjoys spending time with her family, watching movies and hosting dinner parties.

Dr Fiona Napier-Flood graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2012. She completed her hospital training in Westmead, Auburn and Westmead Children’s Hospital. She has worked in several general practices across Sydney.

Dr Napier-Flood also has further training in Children’s health. Prior to medicine, she completed a PhD in Pharmacology at the University of Sydney in 1993 and worked in medical research for over 15 years.

Dr Lara Monaghan graduated from the University of Sydney in 2012. She completed her hospital training at Hornsby, Manly and Westmead Children’s Hospital, and has qualified as a Fellow of the the Royal College of General Practitioners.

She has further training in children’s health and family planning.

Dr Tong graduated from University of Tasmania, with a couple years experience in the Rural Clinical School in Burnie, Tasmania.

She enjoys General Practice, because of the opportunity to work with each person in the community to be their healthiest and happiest version.

Dr Rida Sen studied medicine at the University of New South Wales and completed her internship and residency at Concord Repatriation General Hospital. She holds a Diploma in Child Health and has had additional training in mental health prior to coming into general practice. She loves being a family doctor and has worked to serve communities in both regional and western Sydney.

She enjoys the holistic nature of general practice and has a special interest in women’s health, paediatrics, mental health, and preventative healthcare.

In her spare time Rida enjoys watercolour painting, reading, spending time outdoors in the sunshine and with her family.

Dr Yew Lim Cheng graduated from University of Queensland in 2010 and has worked at Liverpool and St George Hospitals. He completed his GP training in regional NSW, and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

He has an interest in chronic disease management, aged care, aboriginal health and palliative care.

When not at work, he enjoys fishing and spending time with his young family.

Dr Georgie Olesnicky graduated medicine from the University of Sydney in 2009, and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has over 10 years of experience as a doctor in various hospital, community and corporate settings.

Georgie enjoys all areas of general practice and has a special interest in mental health, women’s health, child and adolescent health, drug and alcohol, preventative medicine, weight management and chronic disease. Prior to becoming a doctor, Georgie worked as a social worker, which is where she developed her interest and skills in psychology and mental health.

Georgie is a mother of three and enjoys cooking, traveling and when the opportunity arises, loves skiing!

Lily completed her medical degree at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and holds a Diploma in Child Health from the Children’s Hospital at Westmead/University of Sydney.

Skin cancer checks, biopsies and skin excisions. Accredited to fit and remove the contraceptive implant (Implanon). Child and Adolescent Health – Lily loves seeing babies and kids! When it comes to children, there are no silly questions and it will never be a wasted visit. Aged Care – Lily recognises the challenges of navigating the healthcare system as people age. She hopes to make this process a little easier by getting to know you and your wishes.

Lily is a mum to two young boys. She loves beach holidays, op-shopping and stopping people in the street to talk to their dogs.

Dr Hookins graduated from the University of Sydney in 2016. He has worked in the obstetrics and gynaecology departments of Royal North Shore, Hornsby and Gosford Hospitals, and has a special interest in antenatal care, women’s health, and family planning. He spent the last year working in rural medicine in Central Western NSW and has returned to Sydney to complete his training in general practice.

Special interests: Very interested in care during pregnancy, women’s health, paediatric medicine, mental health as well as drug and alcohol use, skin procedures, palliative care, holistic care and general medicine.

Personal Interests: outside of work he enjoys music, photography, kayaking, film, and bushwalking

Dr. Pham completed Doctor of Philosophy at the University of New South Wales followed by Doctor of Medicine at the Sydney Medical School. He holds a diploma in Child Health, a certificate in Emergency Medicine, and the FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health. Dr. Pham has extensive medical experience across various Sydney hospitals, including Westmead, Blacktown and Cumberland, as well as abundant general practising at more regional settings such as Gunnedah, Tamworth and Merimbula. He is also an accredited ALS / APLS provider and a member of the Australasian College of Skin Cancer.

Special Interests: Procedures / minor surgeries, dermatology, skin cancers and skin check including skin excision biopsies. Paediatric health, sexual and reproductive health including insertion and removal of contraceptive implant; Infectious diseases; Indigenous health; Chronic disease management; obesity; travel medicine; Worker’s compensation and mental health. He is a strong believer in patient-centred care with the objective of achieving best health outcomes for his patients.

Personal interests: Dr. Pham likes spending time travelling with his family when not at work. He is also a confident swimmer as well as enjoys being an avid Lego master builder with his little boy.

Dr Salie Greengarten has worked as a general practitioner in Lane Cove for over 35 years. He is interested in all aspects of general practice.

His special interests are Chronic Disease Management, skin checks, minor surgical procedures, Veteran’s Care and men’s health.

Dr Daim completed her residency in various hospitals including St George, Sutherland, Bankstown and Campbelltown Hospitals

Samaa is interested in the whole scope of General Practice with special interests in – Preventative Medicine – Childrens and Adolescent Health / Paediatrics – Women’s Health – Chronic Disease Care – Obesity Management / Weight loss plans – Eczema, Acne

Michele completed combined Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMed), Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Bachelor of Arts (BA) degrees from the University of New South Wales in 2015. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).

She completed internship and residency at Prince of Wales Hospital with subsequent training at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and St Vincent’s Hospital in Intensive Care before she moved into GP. She has completed secondments in rural and regional hospitals around Australia across a broad range of medical and surgical specialties and worked with the Aboriginal Local Health Service in western Sydney.

Michele enjoys all aspects of primary care with a particular interest in preventative healthcare, metabolic health and wellbeing, reproductive and sexual health, men’s health and chronic disease management. She holds further certifications in Paediatrics (Diploma of Children’s Health- Highly Commended).

In her time outside work, Michele enjoys writing, music and travel.

Dr Crighton grew up and trained in the U.K.

She graduated in Medicine at Edinburgh University in 1995, also completing a dentistry degree in 1988.

She worked in General Practice since 2001, mostly in the U.K. but also in Sydney during 2015-2016.

Linda is interested in Screening and Preventative Medicine.

Dr Lim worked as a community pharmacist prior to becoming a GP.

She trained at Bankstown Hospital for 3 years, then moved on to successfully complete her GP training.

Debbie is passionate about all aspects of Women’s and Paediatric Health, and vaccinations.

Dr Hyde has been a medical practitioner since 1991. She is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice.

Dr Hyde is currently an examiner for the RACGP and GP Supervisor with GP Synergy.

Natasha is accredited for Antenatal Shared Care with RPA (Royal Prince Alfred), Canterbury Hospital and RHW (Prince of Wales- Royal Hospital for Women).

She is passionate about paediatrics, women’s health and sexual health. Natasha can provide scripts for HIV medication, PrEP along with STI screening and treatment.

She is able to offer consultations in Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian, as well as English.

Dr Dissanayake comes with over 20 years of emergency experience since joining Westmead Hospital in 2001. She also has extensive Child Health experience after working at Westmead Children’s Hospital for some years as a Joint Emergency Medicine and Paediatric Emergency Medicine Advance Trainee.

She started GP Training in 2017 and has combined her general practice work with her ongoing emergency medicine work.

She has a keen interest in Mental Health, Paediatrics and Womens Health.

Dr Ricketts comes from Scotland originally having graduated from Glasgow University in 2004 and has gone on to work in Glasgow, Melbourne, London and Argentina.

She moved to live and work in general practice in Sydney in 2010.

She is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice.

Dr Lin graduated from the University of NSW and completed his hospital training at the Prince of Wales Hospital and Canterbury Hospital (paediatrics).

He has an interest in all aspects of general practice including screening and preventative care.

Dr Gundevia comes from England and has worked as a doctor since 2005.

She worked in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, in England and Hornsby.

She worked in Sexual Health and assault in Sydney.

She completed GP training in England and returned to Sydney to work as a GP.

Dr Gundevia enjoys all aspects of general practice but has a passion for women’s health, sexual health and family planning.

She is qualified to fit and remove coils and implants.

She is a shared Antenatal Care Provider at the Royal Hospital for Women.

Dr McAlister worked as a paediatrics registrar at Sydney Children’s Hospital for 4 years prior to commencing GP training in 2017.

He has also completed a Diploma of Paediatrics.

Dr McAlister is interested in all aspects of General Practice, however he has a particular interest in Paediatrics and Travel Medicine.

Michael is passionate about the importance of lifestyle in preventing disease and maintaining physical and mental wellbeing.

Michael completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science at Bond University, before undertaking postgraduate medicine at the University of Norte Dame Sydney. Following this he completed his internship and residency at St George and Sutherland Hospital. He did two years of work as a senior surgical resident at Royal Prince Alfred hospital and also undertook rural experience in Griffith’s emergency department.

He has particular interests in the areas of dermatology, preventative medicine, women’s health and child wellbeing.

He is happily married with a son and enjoys cycling, surfing and scuba diving.

Dr Luo graduated from the University of New South Wales. Before entering General Practice, she worked in various hospitals including Royal North Shore, Westmead Children’s, Bankstown and St George.

She completed her Masters of Surgery at the University of Sydney in 2012 and Diploma of Child Health on 2015.

 

 

Dr Nicholas Loukakis graduated from the University of Sydney with degrees in science and medicine.

He has worked at a wide variety of hospitals and practices across Sydney and has lived in the Inner West for many years.

Dr Jarrett is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She enjoys all aspects of general practice. Outside of work she enjoys being very busy with her young family.

Dr Elizabeth Dunlop has particular interests in Paediatrics (Child Health), Women’s Health, Sexual Health and Mental Health. She particularly enjoys helping patients set and reach their individual health goals and takes pride in her thorough approach to each patient.

Dr Rodricks has spent several years working as a GP in Sydney. Prior to this he has trained in Hospitals and Emergency departments across all of Sydney. He has spent time traveling around Australia working in various emergency departments prior to training to become a GP. He enjoys practicing preventative health care and has interest in exercise and nutrition and incorporating this into his daily medical care.

Dr Daniel Bosnjak (Boz-nee-ak) graduated in 2013 from the University of Sydney with First Class Honours in Immunology. He continued his studies at USYD Medical School, attaining his Doctor of Medicine in 2017. After completing his internship and residency at St George Hospital, Kogarah, he undertook an additional year of residency at Campbelltown Hospital in Emergency Medicine & Paediatrics, to further develop and diversify his experience.

His experience in General Practice extends across South-West Sydney, Regional NSW and the Inner Sydney region. In 2023 he became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He brings compassion, expertise and dedication to all aspects of general practice, but has a particular passion for the interplay between mental and physical health. When not working, he is currently training for a marathon, following the Formula 1 or trying to improve his golf handicap.

Eric completed his medical degree locally, at the University of Sydney in 2007, along with a bachelors in medical science and diploma in child health. He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).

Eric believes in wholistic, pragmatic, and compassionate medicine. He values the continuity of care he can provide for his patients and enjoys managing all aspects of health, illness, and disease prevention.

 

Eric has interests in:

Men’s health
Women’s health
Sexual health
Travel medicine
Iron infusions
Implanon insertions
Paediatrics
Health assessments.
Diabetes management
Asthma management
Cardiovascular and diabetic risk assessments.

Outside of medicine he enjoys time with his wife and son, surfing, travelling, coffee, the outdoors, and generally just fixing things.

Background – Dr Roy graduated from the University of NSW in 2016 and has since worked in hospitals in Blacktown & Mt Druitt. He completed his general practice training in Wagga Wagga and Canberra, with exposure to patients of all ages. He has completed the Sydney Child Health Program.

Dr Chen obtained her Doctor of Medicine from the University of Sydney and worked at various hospitals and community settings in Sydney, gaining experience in multiple specialties including public health, sexual health and paediatrics before joining general practice. She completed her general practice training across a wide variety of practices before becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

She enjoys providing evidence-based, holistic care to her patients and in looking after their long-term health. Her special areas of interests include women’s health, sexual health and preventative medicine. When not at work, she loves curling up with coffee and a good show or book.

Areas of interest:
Women’s health
Sexual health
Preventative medicine
Health assessments
Iron infusions
Preconceptual planning

Dr Madeleine Max graduated with a Bachelor of Medical Science with Honours from the University of New South Wales followed by a post graduate medical degree at the University of Notre Dame in 2013. She underwent her training at Nepean Hospital and was worked in both metropolitan and regional areas of NSW.

She enjoys all aspects of general practice and  has a special interest in paediatrics and women’s health including  supervising medical terminations of pregnancy.  She holds a Certificate in Dermoscopy and performs skin cancer checks and simple skin excisions.

Dr Nick Dutton graduated from the University of Western Sydney with Distinction and the Dean’s Medal for Academic Achievement in 2015. He went on to practice in RPA and Concord Hospitals as well as across the state in a wide variety of specialties including Plastic Surgery, General Surgery, Geriatrics, ENT, and General Medicine. He completed his Masters of Public Health with a focus on health advocacy and preventative medicine and has been a Lecturer of Medicine for Charles Sturt University.

Dr Nick enjoys children’s health and completed the Sydney Child Health Program in 2020. He has further interest and experience in skin and cosmetic medicine including minor procedures, sports medicine, as well as preventative and chronic health.

Outside of medicine he enjoys hiking and trekking, guitar, basketball, gardening and spending time with his family.

Dr Chin completed a Diploma in Paediatrics after graduating from the University of New South Wales in 2004 with First Class Honours. She obtained her Fellowship in the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2011. She has worked as a GP in the Inner West since 2009. Outside of work, Dr Chin enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 children, eating out with friends, reading and travelling.

Dr Reichle has exclusively trained and practiced medicine in the inner west. He completed his medical degree at the University of Sydney in 2013. This was followed by completing his internship and residency at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital prior to entering general practice training locally. Dr Reichle enjoys all aspects of general practice.

He especially has an interest in paediatrics and early pregnancy care.

Dr Berenson has been a GP for over 40 years, she has recently become a resident of Glebe.

Helena is the mother of 2 grown-up sons and her hobbies include music and swimming

Dr Shajan graduated from Western Sydney University with her a medical degree in 2018. Since then she has worked at Westmead, Auburn and Coffs Harbour Hospital before moving to General Practice in 2021. Dr Shajan completed the Sydney Child Health Program in 2020 and has subsequently pursued further training in women’s health.

Special Interests – Dr Shajan enjoys all aspects of general practice, but particularly chronic disease management, children’s health, women’s health and preventative care.

Personal Interests – Outside of medicine, Dr Shajan enjoys playing with her dog, finding new creative hobbies, reading, eating out and spending time with her family.

Anne graduated from medical school at the University of Newcastle in 2008 and completed her internship at Westmead Hospital. She pursued 3 years of specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology but then changed career paths to General Practice so she could continue to care for her patients through different aspects of their lives.

Anne has a special interest in antenatal care, children’s health, women’s health, perinatal mental health, breastfeeding and contraceptive options. She is accredited for the antenatal shared care program with RPA hospital and The Royal Women’s Hospitals and has been helping women with their pregnancy journey for over 10 years.

Background – Dr Di Sano graduated from University of New South Wales in 2013 and worked for two years at Royal North Shore Hospital before entering General Practice training. She completed her FRACGP in 2018. She completed a diploma of Child Health in 2017.
Special Interests – She enjoys all aspects of General Practice and the diversity of seeing patients of all ages and backgrounds. In particular she has an interest in Women’s Health and paediatrics.

Background – Dr Ritchie qualified as a GP in New Zealand and started his own practice in 1985. This grew into an integrative Medical Centre with 5 doctors and some 30 staff.
Special Interests – He has a strong interest in child health and child development and behaviour. He has an interest in chronic illness and working with a team to improve quality of life for each patient.

Background – Dr Debra Tattersall graduated from Sydney University and has been in General practice for 25 years, working on the far north coast and Sydney’s western suburbs. She is accredited in Shared Antenatal care, women’s health, including intra-uterine contraception and hormone implants.

Special Interests – She has an interest in adolescent and mental health. Personal Interests Loves spending time with her family, running, gardening and reading.

Dr Sheeba De is a motivated, dedicated and clinically competent General Practitioner with over 10 years of General Practice experience in Australia. She completed comprehensive General Practice training in the UK before moving to Melbourne in 2008.

Dr De has recently relocated to Sydney with her family and is looking forward to working in a local Medical Practice. Her special interest are women’s and children’s health. She is a keen traveler and enjoys participating in local fundraising activities . On weekends she enjoys spending time with her family and 2 children .

She speaks English, Hindi and Bengali.

Dr Karunaratne graduated from the University of Newcastle and completed her residency at Westmead Hospital and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. She has also worked as a senior resident medical officer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology where she had gained experience in antenatal care, contraception and women’s health. She holds a Diploma of Child Health and a Diploma of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists. She enjoys listening to and appreciating each of her patients unique stories so as to deliver personalised and evidence based health care.

Special Interests: She enjoys paediatrics, antenatal care, contraception, women’s health, chronic disease management and mental health.

Personal Interests: Travelling and spending time with her family and friends – especially her baby daughter.

Dr Kaytharee Alom is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and a graduate of the University of Wollongong.

She completed her internship and residency at Liverpool Hospital before entering General Practice in 2017. Her field of interests include women’s health, perinatal care and children’s health. She has completed her Diploma in Children’s Health and is a certified antenatal shared care provider with RPA and Canterbury Hospital. Prior to pursuing a career in medicine, she worked as physiotherapist for two years in private practice.

Outside of medicine Dr Alom enjoys spending quality time with her family and is a mother of two young children.

Dr Benjamin Lim graduated with Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Adelaide and completed his internship and residency working in the Central Adelaide Local Health Network.

He returned home to NSW and worked in several roles within hospitals spanning the South Eastern Sydney Local Health Network, gaining experience in fields including Medicine, Surgery, Ophthalmology and Emergency Medicine. He completed his Master of Medicine from the University of Sydney. Dr Lim entered General Practice and has interests in chronic disease management, men’s health and minor procedures.

Outside of medicine, Dr Lim enjoys travelling, trying new cuisines, playing football and spending time with his family especially chasing after his two young sons!”

Evan completed a graduate medical degree at the University of Sydney in 2014. Evan’s resident years were spent in the Hornsby and Northern Beaches area, Westmead in Emergency Medicine and Western Sydney region in addiction medicine before completing his fellowship with he Royal College of General Practitioners.

Evan enjoys most aspects of medicine, but has a particular interest in addiction medicine, men’s health, and preventative medicine.

Personal Interest: Dabbling in engineering and computer science.

Dr Bui graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1994 and completed her fellowship GP training in 1998. She joins our practice from Macquarie University where she was a GP for more than 6 years. She has worked all over Sydney in her years as a GP.

Dr Liong is a fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). Dr Liong commenced her medical training at Giessen-Justus Liebig University, Germany and completed her GP training in Australia. She is fluent in English, Mandarin and Indonesian

Dr Yoon graduated from the University of NSW. She has also completed a Diploma in Child Health and a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Surjadi graduated from Western Sydney University. He has also gained his fellowship with the Royal Austrailian College of General Practitioners.

He has special interests in paediatrics, preventative care and men’s health.

Dr Jacqueline is a specialist GP and a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She graduated from Western Sydney University and has a Diploma of Child Health through the University of Sydney and Westmead Children’s Hospital. Dr Jacqueline enjoys all aspects of family medicine and has a special interest in paediatrics and women’s health.

Dr Pinto was awarded his MBBS from the University of Western Sydney in 2012 and has rotated through practices across Sydney. He is a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners. Special Interests – He is interested in Antenatal Shared Care and Paediatrics.

Dr Samantha Ting studied medicine in Griffith University and graduated in 2016. She completed her residency in Concord Hospital and subsequently undertook her general practice training across several clinics across Western NSW.
She enjoys the diversity that general practice has to offer, with an interest in dermatology, chronic diseases and preventive health.
Her personal interests include: hiking, pilates, and theatre.

Background – Dr David Rowed is one of the founders of the practice. He has been an integral part of relief organisation in developing countries India, South Africa (including Amazon) and Bangladesh. He headed Australian and International teams in Health Information Research & Communication. Enjoys teaching young GP Registrars. Fluent in English and Spanish
Special Interests – Skin Care, Research in Health Information, Infectious Diseases, Tropical Medicine, all aspects of General Family Medicine
Personal Interests – Surfing, Bush walking
Availability – Monday to Wednesday: 8:30am to 4:30pm

Background – Dr Edmund Wong She graduated in 1995 from the University of Auckland. He trained and worked as a GP in New Zealand before moving to Australia in 2001.He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and part time examiner. He has been a trainer of medical students, GP residents and GP registrars over the years. Dr Wong She relocated to Sydney at the end of 2017 after spending 13 years working as a GP and partner at Toomina Medical Centre in Coffs Harbour. He moved to Sydney so his children could learn Mandarin as a second language (He does not speak mandarin).
Special Interests – He enjoys all aspects of general practice and has a special interest in diabetes, aged care and chronic medical conditions.
Personal Interests – When not working, he is busy with his family, supporting anything New Zealand .. and reminding his children to practice their Mandarin!
Availability – Monday to Friday: 8:30am to 5pm, Alternate Saturday: 8am to 12pm

Background – Dr Hettiaratchi has been working at this practice for 12 years. She enjoys all aspects of general practice and works full time. She graduated from UNSW in 1987. Her training included a year working at Westmead Childrens Hospital.
Special Interests – Travel medicine, discussions regarding nutrition, exercise, and prevention.
Personal Interests – In her spare time she enjoys walking, reading and spending time with her teenage children and dog.
Availability – Monday to Friday: 8:30am to 5pm.

Background – Dr Ronald Yuen graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2013. He completed his residency in Concord Hospital and has spent 6 years working in areas of surgery in the Northern Sydney and Central Coast regions.
Special interest – All areas of general practice with special interest in skin excisions.
Personal Interests – outside of medicine, he enjoys tennis and travelling.
Availability – Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 8am to 5:30pm, Alternate Saturday: 8am to 12pm.

Background – Dr Renata Chapman, MD, PHD, FRACGP has been working at this practice since 1989. She is interested in all issues of general practice and in particular in women’s health, endocrinology and geriatrics. She is currently working at the practice three days per week, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Languages spoken English and Polish.
Special Interests – Endocrinology/ diabetes, Women’s health and Geriatrics
Personal Interests – When not working, she teaches medical students at the University of Sydney.
Availability – Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8am to 5pm

Dr Shamendri Dassanayake graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from Western Sydney University in 2014 and has since worked across multiple hospitals and general practices in Sydney. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Shamendri is passionate about forging long-term doctor-patient relationships whilst treating a broad range of medical conditions. Her special interests are: women’s and men’s health, sexual health, antenatal care and cardiometabolic health. She is an Antenatal Shared Care Provider with The Royal Hospital for Women.

In her spare time, Shamendri enjoys travelling, baking, listening to music and spending time with friends and family.

Dr Phan graduated from the University of NSW and has been in general practice since 2007. He enjoys general practice as it gives him the opportunity to interact with patients of all ages and cultural backgrounds. Outside of medicine he likes to spend time cooking and traveling.

Dr Janice Lim studied Medicine at the University of New South Wales and graduated in 2004. She spent several years in the hospital setting undergoing surgical training before realising her passion lay in General Practice. She gained her Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2015.

She has also completed an additional Diploma of Children’s Health through Westmead Hospital.

Her interests are in Women’s Health, Child and Adolescent Health, Mental Health, Preventative Medicine, as well as simple surgical procedures that can be done in the GP setting.

Outside of medicine, Janice has a full and vibrant life caring for her young children and re-energises by spending time with family and friends.

Dr Don Wilton graduated from medicine at Sydney University in 1978 with first class honours. He undertook junior training at Prince of Wales and Prince Henry Hospital and then continued with paediatric training at the Camperdown Children’s Hospital and Westmead Children’s Hospital.

He obtained a Diploma in Child Health from London in 1984 and continued as a paediatric registrar in neonatal transport at Camperdown Children’s Hospital until entering solo General Practice in 1986 
in Neutral Bay.

He continued as a solo GP till 2000 and then joined 2 other colleagues to set up The Waters Road General Practice which has been running continuously since then.

“Dr Don” has always had a keen interest in paediatrics. He has also become particularly associated with caring for geriatric patients and those with complex chronic health conditions.

He has always aimed to supply high level , up-to-date medical care combined with the ongoing compassion and personal care traditionally provided by a family practitioner.

He considers holistic care of the patient and his/her family together with promoting preventative medicine to be of great importance. He also sees collaborative management together with the patient and other health professionals as essential. 

Dr Geoff Thompson is a well-established GP in Neutral Bay. He provides a comprehensive and balanced approach to general practice incorporating conventional medicine with complementary approaches such as hypnotherapy where needed.  

Special interests – Just like the GP role, his interests are varied, including preventive measures to optimise health and lifestyle, women’s and men’s health, and travel immunisations. 

Personal interests – outside work he enjoys keeping fit at the gym which helps offset his passion for cooking. Other loves include flyfishing, nature and travel. 

Dr. Yeli graduated from Western Sydney University in 2016. She subsequently spent her years as a resident in the Hornsby-Northern Beaches network followed by general practice training in Canberra.

Her special interests include paediatrics, women’s health and geriatrics/general medicine. 

Dr Zenith Lal studied medicine at the University of Western Sydney and completed his General Practice Training in Sydney. He has worked & trained across a variety of Hospitals and General Practices in Sydney.

Zenith enjoys all aspects of General Practice – including chronic disease, mental health, children’s health and looks forward to helping patients solve their daily medical problems.

Zenith has a passion in Medical Education – not only in patient education but in the support and training of Medical Students, Doctors in Training and his fellow General Practitioner colleagues.

Outside of work, Zenith is a Dad to two vibrant little girls and enjoys all things related to cricket. 

Dr Prabahan graduated from Bond University. Before joining us, she worked at Bankstown/Campbelltown Hospital, Concord/Broken Hill Hospital & Ryde Hospital.

She enjoys working with children, families, preventative health, general practice as a whole. 

 

Ali graduated from The University of Ankara-Medical Faculty, Ankara, Turkey and worked at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital from 2001 and has been working as a General Practitioner in Sydney since 2003.

He completed the Fellowship for the Royal Australia College of General Practitioners in 2003.

Dr Kutlu has an interest in mental health, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, travel medicine and general family practice. 

Dr Summer Kyung Kim studied medicine at the University of Queensland. She completed her GP training in Brisbane and was practicing as a GP there before moving to Sydney in 2020.

She practices all areas of general practice and has special interest in Women’s health, antenatal care and paediatrics. She provides antenatal shared care for Sydney and Brisbane hospitals.

Outside of the practice she enjoys art and cooking. She is fluent in Korean as well as English. 

Marion graduated from Sydney University in 1981 and became a GP in in 1983. 

She enjoys working in General Practice, including Preventative and Lifestyle Medicine. 

Eva graduated from University of Sydney in 1993 and completed her GP training in 2001. 

She enjoys the diversity that general practice offers and the continuity of care it provides. 

She is passionate about building strong relationships with her patients and working together to provide individualised care. 

Dr Salihbegovic has been a medical practitioner since 1990. 

Before becoming a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice, she worked at Prince of Wales Hospital and Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. 

Sadija enjoys all aspects of family medicine and is accredited for Antenatal Shared Care with POWH (Prince of Wales Hospital). 

Dr Vo is a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and a graduate of the University of NSW. 

He has an interest in all aspects of General Practice.