Dr Swati Sharma

After obtaining her medical degree from Mahe (Manipal Academy of Higher Education) in 2001, Dr Swati began worked in Emergency Departments and General Practice.

Continuing her studies, Dr Swati obtained a Diploma in Anaesthesia before moving to Australia in 2008 and completing her AMC certification and Fellowship with the RACGP, all whilst working in General Practice.
Since 2009, Dr Swati has been working and enjoying all aspects of general practice, with a special interest in women’s health.

Funnily enough, Dr Swati’s husband is also a GP and works at the centre too – she says that so far, working together is going well 😉. This dynamic husband and wife GP duo also share two high school aged children who keep them busy!

Outside of medicine, Dr Swati enjoys gardening, attending regular yoga classes, cooking Indian food and travelling. For two years, Dr Swati also did Jazz dancing, which she thoroughly enjoyed!

Dr Sanda Bonchis

Graduating in Romania in 1990, Dr Sanda trained and qualified as a specialist in obstetrics and gynaecology. After working in various hospitals in Romania and passing her AMC exam, Dr Sanda moved to Brisbane in 1998 and started working at the Mater Hospital and Logan Hospital.

Due to a change in family circumstances, Dr Sanda changed her career path to general practice, becoming a Fellow of the RACGP and Diplomate of Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Dr Sanda has now been a been a general practitioner in Springfield for over 21 years!

A loving wife and mother of two adult sons, Dr Sanda says that her youngest son, who is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, is the reason she developed a passion for being an advocate for people with disability. Keen to learn as much as she can about people with neurodiversity and other disabilities, Dr Sanda wants to help people with disabilities achieve their potential and support them with their health.   <

Outside of medicine, Dr Sana enjoys travelling and treats cooking as a hobby.

Dr Sumera Angus

A dedicated women’s health advocate, Dr Sumera has over 13 years of experience as a physician. Graduating from Imperial College London in 2010, Dr Sumera made the move to Australia in 2023.

With a keen interest in sexual and reproductive health, Dr Sumera has completed her Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health.

Having collaborated with the health tech industry, Dr Sumera has enhanced accessibility, driven the development and successful launch of pioneering women’s health products.  

Passionate about supporting women, Dr Sumera has offered insightful commentary on major media platforms as a vocal advocate.

Dr Shoma Chowdhury

Completing her MBBS degree in 2003 in Bangladesh, Dr Shoma went on to train in gynaecology and obstetrics in a maternity hospital and then in a children’s hospital, before settling as a GP.

Moving to Australia in 2013, Dr Shoma completed her Diploma in Child Health from the University of Sydney, before beginning work in rural South Australia. After moving to regional Victoria in 2017, Dr Shoma finally settled in metro Victoria.

Although she enjoys all aspects of general practice, Dr Shoma particularly likes to have a holistic approach and to provide continuity of care.

Outside of medicine, Dr Shoma lives with her husband and daughter, enjoys all aspects of cooking and baking, loves to travel, and listen to music.

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 Nevin Gabra

After graduating from the Faculty of Medicine in Cairo Egypt in 2012, Dr Nevin moved to Australia in 2015, finished her fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and began working at Pasadena Medical in August 2022. After extensive experience in intensive care and the emergency department, Dr Nevin ultimately chose a career in General Practice.

Although she enjoys all aspects of General Practice, Dr Nevin has a special interest in women’s health and is also able to performs minor procedures, including Implanon insertions, IUD insertions, iron infusions and obstetric shared care.

Outside of medicine, Dr Nevin enjoys spending time with her two young boys and loves indoor sports and reading.

Dr Priya Murugiah

Although born and raised in Malaysia, Dr Priya completed her MBBS at Adelaide University, before completing her GP training by working in Riverland and Barossa Valley in regional SA. Moving to NSW in 2018, Dr Priya worked in Riverstone, then in Jerrabomberra, before relocating to Canberra and starting at Phillip Medical and Dental Centre.

As an outstanding student, Dr Priya was presented with multiple awards during her years of study, including; Best Resident Medical Officer 2013 from the Lyell McEwin Hospital Intern Choice Awards, The Tun Dato’ Seri Dr Mohamed Zahir Merit Award in 2009 for excellence in academic performance and the Pre-clinical MBBS from International Medical University (IMU) in Malaysia.

Dr Priya has also volunteered her time to be an OSCE examiner/patient for Adelaide University students, PRCC Flinders Medical University students as well as for the RACGP.

Outside of medicine, you will find Dr Priya reading or spending quality time with family and friends, including her precious 8 month old daughter.

Dr Sudhish Sudhan

During his internship in Kerala State in India, Dr Sudhish had a renowned obstetrics and gynaecology trainer from whom he gained a lot of experience in managing women’s health conditions as well as antenatal care.

Completing his GP training in the UK, Dr Sudhish worked in the obstetrics and gynaecology department for six months before completing his diploma in family planning and his MRCGP degree.

Relocating to Melbourne in 2012, Dr Sudhish completed training in IUD insertion and has been providing all contraceptive services over the last few years.

Known for his cheerful and optimistic demeaner, Dr Sudhish comes from a family of doctors, with healthcare being a way of life in the household.

A proud father of 3 wonderful children, Dr Sudhish’s eldest son is also already working as a doctor! Dr Sudhish credits his beautiful wife for keeping the family health and happy, alongside smoothly running the household.

Outside of medicine, Dr Sudhish is a keen sports enthusiast and badminton player. Doing his bit for the community, Dr Sudhish helps run a local badminton club and likes to bring people together to socialise through sporting activities.

Dr Olivia Waturuocha

With initial post graduate training in psychiatry in the UK, Dr Olivia is well versed in adult mental health, child and adolescent mental health, old age, brain injuries and disabilities.

Completing her general practice training in the UK, Dr Olivia went on to practice in different parts of London and the East of England, leading her to complete a diploma in sexual and reproductive health. During her gynaecology rotation as a GP trainee, Dr Olivia and developed a keen interest in women’s health.

Obtaining a scope certification in obesity/weight management, Dr Olivia is keen to help women address their weight concerns, empower them to take control of their lifestyle and improve their confidence.

Moving to Australia in 2011 with her family, Dr Olivia was awarded the FRACGP qualification and has been practicing as a GP ever since.

Dr. Olivia Wats is currently taking face-to-face appointments only

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.