Dr Snehal Patel (MBBS, FRACGP)
graduated from UNSW in 1989 and came to the practice as an Advanced Registrar in 1994. After completing his fellowship in 1997, he bought into the practice in 2000. He is actively involved in medical education having been a GP Trainer with Wentwest for 13 years and is currently a GP Supervisor with GPSynergy. He is also actively involved with the RACGP as a senior examiner as well as being a Associate Clinical Lecturer at the Medical school at the Univ of Notre Dame. In addition, he recently started working as a Performance Assessor for the NSW Medical Council. His interests include chronic disease management especially Daibetes, Heart Disease and Lung Disease.
Dr Michelle Li (MBBS, MS, DCH, FRACGP)
graduated from the University of NSW in 2006 and has experience in General/Plastic Surgery, Paediatrics and general medicine. She is also a medical educator with Wentwest and has interests in womens health and family planning.
Dr. Prakash Mistry (MBBCh)
graduated from the University of Witswatersrand (South Africa) in 1982 and has experience in General Medicine, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Surgery and Intensive Care. He has 3 decades of experience as a GP and has done short courses in Adolescent Medicine, Psychiatry and Counselling and has a special interest in Mental Health. He is able to speak multiple languages including English, Gujarati, Hindi and Afrikaans.
Dr Linda Tran (MBBS, DCH, FRACGP)
graduated from the UNSW in 2012 and trained at various hospitals throughout Western Sydney. She joined the practice during her GP training and became a fellow of the Royal Australian College of GPs in 2017. She is keen to be involved in Medical Education and is involved in training medical students from the University of Notra Dame. In her spare time, she enjoys netball and music.
Dr Mita Saha (MBBS, FRACGP)
graduated from Dhaka University, Bangladesh and has trained at Prince of Wales Hospital and Westmead Hospital. Her special interests include Womens Health, Childrens Health and Chronic Disease Management. She is fluent in Bengali. Outside of medicine she enjoys cooking
We aim to provide a quality, ethical, and comprehensive medical service for all individuals and families in our community.
The practice has been servicing the Hawkesbury region for over 30 years.
We are a true general practice in that we see a broad range of cases and our continuity of care allows us to see generations of families at various stage of their life from childhood to the elderly. We place a strong emphasis on prevention and improving quality of life. Preventative medicine, treatment of common diseases and minor surgery as well as counselling and mental health are also within the scope of this practice.
We are an Accredited, computerised practice with dedicated consulting rooms and broadband internet on all computers. There are three principal doctors, three associates and one Registrar and our GPs are supported by efficient, experienced and friendly receptionists and a Practice Nurse.
Our aim is to adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards in order to provide the best level of care for our patients. As part of our commitment to excellence, we all participate in ongoing medical education and in RACGP Quality Assurance activities.
We are ably supported by our practice nurse - Lyn Milford, and our receptionists - Gail, Tracey, Debbie and Jade.
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The 2020 Influenza vaccines are now available.
The are supplied FREE from the government for all patients over the age of 65 as well as any patients chronic conditions such as lung problems (Asthma, COPD), heart disease (valve problems, heart attacks, heart failure), chronic kidney disease, Diabetes or an immune deficiency disorder (HIV, cancer)
We have been involved in GP Registrar training for the past 20 years. Currently we have 2 registrars. We welcome Dr Madhara Weerasinghe and Dr Ann Lisha Koshy who will be here for 12 months. Their time at the practice finishes at the start of February 2021.
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