Harry has worked in a wide variety of general and other practices for over 20 years.
Reproductive health (including insertion and removal of Implanon and IUCD), skin cancer and mental health.
He also works at the CBD Medical Practice.
Adrian has been practicing for over 30 years. His interests include skin cancer detection and treatment, disease prevention and management of complex medical problems.
Ekaterina’s interests include women and children’s health and mental health. Ekaterina is also fluent in Russian as well as English.
Vimala graduated from Sydney University and did postgraduate training in paediatrics (children’s health) and epidemiology (preventative health). Her interests are broad ranging and include general and preventative medicine; family and children’s health as well as mental health.
Luce graduated in South Africa and completed her GP training in the UK. She is a Fellow with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Her interests are in women’s health (including implanon insertion and removal) and she is currently broadening her expertise in Skin Cancer medicine.
Milena's interests are women and children's health, management of chronic diseases and travel medicine. She is accredited for pregnancy GP shared care and Implanon insertion/removal. Milena is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice and has a postgraduate Diploma in Child Health (USYD). Milena graduated from UNSW with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery.
Adam Bowman graduated from Monash University and after working at Austin Health in Melbourne, completed his GP training in Darwin and Sydney. He is a Fellow with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and also works with the Royal Australian Navy at the Underwater Medicine Unit.
Adam's interests include dive medicine, men's health, muscoloskeletal medicine, skin cancer medicine and travel medicine. Adam also performs minor procedures including skin lesion excisions and is certified to perfom recreation and commercial dive medicals.
Katherine is originally from Perth and graduated from UWA with a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery. After moving to Sydney in 1999, she was awarded a fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Katherine loves the diversity of General Practice and her interests are broad but include women’s health, pregnancy care, children’s health, sexual health, mental health, sports medicine and travel medicine.