Dr Ekhlas Nasser

Driven by a desire to make a positive impact on people’s lives, Dr Ekhlas is committed to a holistic and patient-centred approach, focusing on both physical and emotional well-being.

Known for her compassionate and warm nature, Dr Ekhas nurtures strong doctor-patient relationships while also supporting her patients autonomy in making informed decisions about their health.

Dr Nasser is vocationally registered GP Specialist, Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (FRACGP), has obtained a Diploma of Child Health from Westmead Health, as well as a Certificate in Women and Sexual Health from Victoria Family Planning.

With experience that expands close to two decades in various hospital departments, Dr Ekhas has worked in emergency, intensive care, general medicine, surgery, paediatrics, geriatrics, orthopaedic and psychiatry departments in Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales.

As a general practitioner, Dr Ekhas has a special interest in the health, mental health and well-being of children and women.

Outside of medicine, Dr Ekhas is passionate about philanthropic work overseas with Sudan’s Doctors for Human Rights, she also enjoys reading books and travelling.

Dr Angela Dastouri

An Australian qualified GP, Dr Angela is dedicated to providing comprehensive and compassionate care to her patients.

With over 10 years’ experience in general practice, Dr Angela is committed to delivering personalised healthcare tailored to individual needs. Although experienced in all areas of general practice, Dr Angela has developed a keen interest in women and children’s health.

Outside of medicine, Dr Angela likes to spend my time with her family and play tennis.

Dr Susan Pan

Graduating from Sun Yat-Sen University in 1993, Dr Susan is a Fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has now worked as a GP in Australia for over eight years. Before settling in Chatswood, Dr Susan worked in various hospitals and GP practices in metro and rural areas of Australia.

Outside of medicine, Dr Susan loves gardening, travelling and bush walking.

Dr Jenny He

Completing her medical degree in China, Dr Jenny moved to Australia, completed her fellowship with the RACGP and has since been a practicing doctor in Sydney since 2014.

Experienced in all areas of general practice, Dr Jenny has a special interest in women’s health and preventative health. Continuity of care is important to Dr Jenny and she takes pride in providing holistic care for her patients.

Outside of medicine, Dr Jenny enjoys travelling, reading and spending time with her family and friends.

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Dr Flora Bella Abril-Basobas

Completing her medical degree in the Philippines, Dr Flora moved to Australia and became a fellow with the RACGP and has now been a practicing doctor in Sydney since 2007.

Although experienced in all areas of general practice, Dr Flora has a special interest in women’s health and preventative health. With a diploma in child and adolescent health, Dr Flora is also an accredited focused psychological care provider with the ASPM.

Continuity of care is important to Dr Flora and she takes pride in providing holistic care for her patients.

Outside of medicine, Dr Flora enjoys travelling, reading and spending time with her family and friends.

Dr Chiharu Yamano

Growing up in Melbourne, Dr Chiharu studied medicine at Monash University before going on to work as part of Monash Health.

With a special passion for women’s health, Dr Chiharu prides herself on treating her patients in a way that is empathetic and respectful of their emotional and physical health.

Outside of medicine, Dr Chiharu enjoys getting out to the great outdoors, especially when it comes to a good hiking trip. Dr Chiharu also loves to nestle up with a good book and would love any recommendations to add to her reading list.

Dr Brenda Nathanson

Completing her medical degree in 2003 from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa, Dr Brenda’s early career involved delivering babies and performing minor gynaecological surgeries in rural South Africa, which sparked her passion for women’s health.

As her professional journey continued in the United Kingdom, Dr Brenda worked across general practice, accident and emergency, and mental health services. In London, Dr Brenda earned her Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology through the Royal College and went on to become a partner in a GP practice for ten years, before making the daring move to Australia, prompted by a desire for sunnier skies.

Having worked in regional Queensland for the past four years, Dr Brenda has attained her Australian GP Fellowship, achieving distinction as the recipient of the Mary Mahoney Memorial Prize for the top exam candidate in Queensland.

Dr Brenda’s passion for women’s health revolves around collaborating with women to optimise their physical and mental well-being through proactive health measures.

Outside of medicine, Dr Brenda can be found enjoying time with her family, doing Pilates and buying makeup.

Dr Grace Abdukeyum

Having worked closely with gynaecologists and obstetricians since 2017 in the Newcastle region, Dr Grace has dedicated time to assisting deliveries and managing various obstetric and gynaecological presentations in the private health sector.

With a strong belief in providing compassionate and dedicated patient-centred care for pregnant and non-pregnant women, Dr Grace aims to create an environment where women can discuss their issues openly and feel part of the decision-making process.

Dr Grace likes to give back and has been part of a volunteering program called “feed the homeless” where the group would drive down to Sydney every Saturday to bring clothes and food for people in unfortunate situations.

Outside of medicine, Dr Grace loves gardening, reading historical books and exercising with her adorable dogs.

Dr Salina Ahmed

Completing her medical degree in Bangladesh in 2003, Dr Salina worked as a gynaecology & obstetric registrar for 2 years before moving to Australia in 2008 and becoming a full time GP.

Completing her Fellowship from the RACGP in 2019, Dr Salina taught at University of Adelaide’s medical and dental schools for two years before relocating to Newcastle where she qualified for shared antenatal obstetric care from the University of Newcastle. Having now been working as a skilled general practitioner for over 20 years, Dr Salina has a wide variety of experience from rural health to urban busy practices.

Outside of medicine, Dr Salina enjoys looking after her gorgeous daughters and spending time in nature with friends and family. With a bit of a green thumb, Dr Salina is also passionate about her vegetable garden and cooking spicy food!