Dr Elliott Fang BSc(med);
MBBS (UNSW); Dip Paeds; DRANZCOG; FRACGP
graduating from James Ruse Agricultural High School, Elliott embarked
on his medical career with his 6 year medical degree at The University
of New South Wales (BSc (med), MBBS). He then worked in Westmead
Hospital, Sydney Children's Hospital and Royal Hospital for Women for
the next 4 years. During this time, he had pursued a varied interest in
his career which prepared him for General Practice.
He first obtained a Diploma of Paediatrics (Dip Paeds) from Sydney
Hospital, then a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DRANZCOG) from
Westmead Hospital. He had also obtained Certificate in Paediatric Life
Support from APLS, Certificate in Implanon insertion from Organon
Australia and Certificate in IUD insertion from FPA Health.
decided for a career in General Practice, he underwent further general
practice training and obtained his fellowship with the Royal Australian
College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). He has been working as a
general practitioner in the Hills District since 2005.
has also completed a certificate and passed part 1 exam for fellowship
with Australian Medical Acupuncturists College (FAMAC). With this, he
is able to offer medicare rebate to acupuncture services for Medicare
and DVA card holders.
He has also completed a Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer
Medicine from University of Queensland to better his clinical acuity
for skin cancer.
Having the appropriate
only the beginning. To be a good doctor, one must truly care
for his patients' well being and Dr Fang is such a doctor. He is married
with three children which further enhances his interest in family
orientated medicine. He is still continuing his post graduate studies
better himself in serving his patients.
Kala Jeevakumar MBBS;
DCH; FRACGP Kala
had been living in a few countries before she settles in Australia.
Experiencing the various cultures had helped her gain better
understanding of our similarities and differences. She had undergone
many years of General Practice experience in Australia after she
arrived and obtained her Australian qualifications of FRACGP. She has
now chosen to settle in the beautiful Hills District after travelling
Despite her experience, she remains a keen student.
Having further her studies with the completion of Diploma of Child
Health (DCH) and Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine with
University of Queensland, she is better equipped to manage the various
challenges of General Practice. She also has an interest in procedural
medicine and skin cancer management.
She has a very strong work
ethic, often bringing herself to work when most would have called in
sick. You know that Dr Kala will be there for you as much as she is
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Rumi Liyanagamage MBBS;
came to the University of Adelaide on a merit scholarship to study medicine.
She was the top of her graduating year in her high school, Visakha Vidyalaya (Leading
National Girls School in Sri Lanka) at the HSC equivalent. She successfully
completed her medical degree and internship in Adelaide. From the medical
student days, her ability to connect with people and interest in holistic
medicine, lead her towards a career in general practice.
further trained at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, in emergency medicine,
cardiology and ophthalmology and general medicine. She broadened her experience
at Nepean Hospital in paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, gastroenterology,
haematology and emergency medicine.
her training to become a GP, she worked in an Aboriginal Medical Service and
and a rural medical practice in Bathurst . She has also been actively involved
in teaching doctors in GP training program and medical students in the
Department of General Practice, in the Western Clinical School of the
University of Sydney. Since obtaining her fellowship she has completed a
Diploma in Child Health at Westmead Children’s Hospital.
has experience in general practice for more than 6 years. She enjoys all
aspects of general practice, seeing patients of all ages and cultural
backgrounds. The overall care of the person and the family in the community and
not just focussing on the illnesses, continue to keep her inspired in general
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Dr Maha Qidwai MBBS;
BMedSc; DCH Maha
graduated from University of Sydney Medicine and continued her studies
to satisfy her hunger for knowledge. She had completed Diploma in Child
Health (DCH), Certificate in Sexual & Reproductive Health,
Certificate in Advanced Life Support of the Newborn and Certificate in
Implanon insertion. She had worked in various hospitals including Royal Women's Hospital at Randwick.
Maha has always been passionate about medicine. When
she discovers that her interest lies in 'whole patient care', she knows
her calling is in General Practice. She treats each patient with
attention, aiming to provide the best possible medical care she can for
her patients. She also has a special interest in Paediatrics, Women's
Health and Sexual Health. She constantly keeps up to date with the
latest at FPA Health to ensure best clinical care for the women she
She also enjoys performance cars, sneakers and travelling.
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Dr Shafiq (Sam) Rahman MBBS; FRACGP; FAUS; Duro; Duroc Sam
had been spending most of his professional life working as a doctor in
various countries in the European continent. That is where he obtained
his Urology diploma (Duro, Duroc).
He came to Australia more
than ten years ago and continued his medical career in Australia,
obtaining his Australian qualification of FRACGP. He is gentle and caring, and always tries his best to help.