Dr Shiamala Suntharalingam BSc(Hons), MB BS, DRCOG, DFFP, LoCIUT, LocSDI, MRCGP(UK), FRACGP(Aus), DCH(Aus), CertFPAA(Aus)

Dr Shiamala Suntharalingam graduated from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 1997 then undertook GP training. She has special interests in women’s health and family planning including STI checks and contraception insertion / removal (find out more about her Family Planning services). Dr Shiamala also has interests in chronic disease management, child health, acute medicine, minor procedures such as suturing wounds,and skin lesion biopsy / excision (not head or neck), travel medicine, and care of patients of all ages.

Dr Dan Corkery MBBS

Dr Dan Corkery completed a Bachelors of Information Technology before getting his MBBS from University of Sydney in 2006. Dr Corkery relocated from Townsville to Canberra, and has worked extensively in the emergency medicine, pre-hospital and trauma fields. His professional interests include sports medicine, veteran’s health and paediatrics.

Dr Rathi Sasitharan MBBS DCH FRACGP

Dr Sasitharan graduated  from India in 2004, and has over 10 years of experience in the field of general medicine from overseas and Australia. Dr Sasitharan has been working in Canberra, Goulburn and Yass for the past seven years. Her main interests are in women’s health, paediatrics, mental health and chronic diseases management.

Dr Mark Fletcher MBBS BSc Biomed. Forensic Biology FRACGP

After completing a degree in Forensic biology in 2005, Dr Mark Fletcher completed his medical studies from the Australian National University in 2011. He then completed his residency in Albury/Wodonga with a special interest in Critical Care and Anaesthetics. Dr Fletcher moved back to Canberra in 2013 and now enjoys working as a general practitioner with a special interest in emergency medicine and men’s health.

Dr Shaheen Ashraf MBBS FRACGP

Dr Shaheen Ashraf is practising as a GP in Australia since 2004. He graduated from Chittagong University Bangladesh where he practised for 5 years. Shaheen has a special interest in General Medicine, Paediatrics, Orthopedic’s, Minor Injury and Repairs, Men’s Health. He is also interested in Chronic Disease Management, Mental Health, Women’s Health, Occupational Health, Work Related Injuries and Antenatal Care. He also enjoys travelling, cricket and listening to music in his spare time.

Dr Aseen Wajdi MBChB RNCGP RNZCGP RACGP

Dr Aseen Wajdi is an experienced General Practitioner who was born in Iraq and immigrated to New Zealand with her family in 2001. After working in NZ hospitals, she trained as a General Practitioner prior to moving to Australia in 2011. Dr Wajdi has been working as a GP in Canberra since 2012. Her special interests include women’s health, chronic disease management, minor surgeries for skin lesions, and acute illness.

Dr Shaikh Wahab General Practitioner

Dr Shaikh Wahab graduated from Dhaka University in Bangladesh in 1991, and has been practising as a GP in Australia since 2011. He previously worked as a Registrar in Mental Health in The Canberra Hospital for 6 years, and also worked as a Medical Officer in Bangladesh and New Zealand before coming to Australia. His special interests include general medicine, paediatrics, and men’s health. Dr Wahab is also interested in chronic disease management, mental health, women’s health including antenatal care, and occupational health including work-related injuries. Dr Wahab also enjoys travelling, cricket, community and multicultural activities.

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