DR JACQUELINE KORNER
MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP
Jacky completed her medical studies and specialist qualification in General Practice in London. After working in Hong Kong and Paris she settled into general practice in her adopted country and city of Sydney.
"I am committed to treating my patients in the way I would like to be treated, collaboratively, respectfully, remembering that any illness belongs to the patient, but ultimately I am an advisor.”
“I enjoy ‘the puzzle’ - that problem that no one can solve...my interests include paediatrics, women’s health, men’s health, mental health, travel medicine and preventative medicine.”
DR ALINE SMITH
MBBS, MMH, FRACGP
Aline graduated in 1986 from the University of NSW and has a broad experience in general practice gaining child health experience in community paediatrics and in women’s health issues with Family Planning NSW and at the Liverpool Womens’ Health centre. Aline is registered to provide shared antenatal care at Royal Prince Alfred and Canterbury hospitals with public and private obstetricians.
Aline is experienced in helping people with a variety of mental health problems such as anxiety, depression and eating disorders through her skills in counselling and holds a Masters degree in Mental Health from the NSW Institute of Psychiatry. She is also committed to providing medical care to people with a broad range of physical and mental disabilities.
Aline is involved in medical education as both a Supervisor for GP Registrar training, including teaching medical students at the practice.
DR LEANNE ELLIS
BSc (Hons), PhD, MBBS, FRACGP
Leanne completed a science degree with first class honours and received a scholarship to do a PhD in medicinal chemistry, designing anti-cancer drugs. She started her medical degree at Melbourne University and completed it at Sydney University and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Leanne has completed the Sexual Health course at Family Planning Australia and she is accredited to do shared care at RPAH, Canterbury and Bankstown. She is interested in all areas of general practice and particularly enjoys working with children as she has two young boys of her own that keep her very busy outside work hours.
"I look forward to being involved in the care of my patients and their families."
DR LOUISE HARRISON
MBBS (Hons), Dip Paed, FRACGP
Louise graduated from UNSW in 1989, then worked at the Royal North Shore Hospital for 2 years and a further year at Sydney’s Childrens Hospital where she completed her Diploma in Paediatrics. Louise then worked in general practice for a further 11 years until she took some time away from medicine to have her 3 beautiful children. Having recently returned to general practice she continues her interest in women’s health and paediatrics and is accredited to do the shared care program at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
DR KRISHNA GHOSH
BSc (Hons), PhD, MBBS, DCH, FRACGP
Krishna completed a science degree with first class honours and then a PhD in neuroanatomy before gaining her medical degree in 2003. In between raising a family and medical research she has worked as a surgical assistant, as an Intern and then Resident Medical Officer at Concord Hospital and as Senior Resident at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital with stints at Sydney Eye Hospital and in general surgery at Broken Hill and Canterbury Hospital.
She is interested in all areas of general practice and particularly enjoys interacting with children having recently completed her Diploma in Child Health through Westmead Childrens Hospital.
Krishna also has a special interest in aboriginal health and in family planning when not spending time with her own.
DR ANNABELLE WOOD
MD, DCH, BNurs, MHEcon
Annabelle completed her degree in Doctor of Medicine at Flinders University in 2014.
She completed her residency and internship at Flinders Medical Centre and has worked in Obstetrics and Paediatrics at Wollongong Hospital and Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital. Following this she relocated to Sydney to train in General Practice.
She has a special interest in Paediatric and Women's Health and has completed a Diploma in Child Health from Westmead. She is currently studying a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
In her spare time she enjoys going to beach and sampling all the culinary delights that Sydney has to offer.
DR RULA ALI
BHB, MBChB, FRACGP
Rula completed her medical degree at Auckland University, New Zealand, her studies included a secondment to Oxford University where she did general surgery and completed her medical research in cancer. On her return to Auckland, Rula worked in emergency medicine, urology, ENT, vascular and trauma surgery and became a member of the Australasian College of Surgeons.
Rula is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice. She has a special interest in dermatology and has done further training in identifying and managing skin cancer. She obtained Professional Certificate in Dermoscopy and Advanced Certificate in Skin Cancer Surgery. Combining her surgical expertise and her special interest in dermatology, Rula provides thorough skin checks and can perform skin lesion removals including skin grafts and flaps.
Rula is also trained in providing injectable anti-wrinkle treatment. She believes in a conservative approach to achieve a natural rejuvenated look. Besides being a GP, Rula is a senior medical educator and a supervisor for training GPs. She also has a certificate in Medical Education, and Medical Leadership from Dundee University. Besides medicine, Rula enjoys contemporary art and reading.
Rula has recently returned from maternity leave and will be accepting appointments from Friday March 8 2019.
DR ZUO HUANG
Zuo comes to general practice with a special interest dermatology, pediatrics and men's health. He is undertaking a Masters of Skin Cancer Medicine and offers comprehensive skin examinations and performs minor skin surgeries. He completed his medical degree at the University of New South Wales, gaining a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2009.
Following his postgraduate training at St George and Sutherland hospitals, he went on to do a further year in Paediatrics and Obstetrics & Gynaecology at St George hospital to gain valuable skills and experience in the management of children and women’s health.
Having grown up in Sydney’s Inner West, Zuo is dedicated to the holistic care of patients and their families. Outside of work, he enjoys cycling, photography and following his beloved football club, Juventus FC.
DR FIONA LONG
BSc (Med), MB BS (Hons), Grad Cert GP, FRACGP
Fiona has over 20 years experience working in general practice. She enjoys all aspects of general practice, and is particularly passionate about preventative care, working with her patients to achieve and maintain good health for them.
She has special interests in the areas of women's health, paediatric and adolescent health care, and sports medicine, where she has worked with several sporting teams over the years.
When she is not at work, Fiona can be found enjoying time with her family, and walking her cavoodles!
DR CATHERINE HSU
MBBS, BSc (MED), FRACGP
Catherine graduated from UNSW in 2006 and trained at Liverpool and St George Hospitals with a focus on critical care. Recently she returned to Sydney after having spent time in rural general practice.
She has a strong interest in travel medicine, women's health and paediatrics and is currently undertaking a diploma in travel medicine. She completed the sexual health course with Family Planning. Catherine is also interested in art, reading, climbing and hiking.
Catherine has recently returned from maternity leave.
DR DANIEL ARLOTTA
Daniel completed a degree in medical science at the University of Sydney in 2009 and subsequently studied medicine at the University of Queensland, graduating in 2013. He then completed his internship and residency at Westmead Hospital.
He has a special interest in paediatrics and travel medicine. When not working he enjoys travel, running and listening to hip hop.
DR OWEN TSAO
BMed, MD, Clin Dip Pall Med.
Dr Owen Tsao completed a Doctor of Medicine at UNSW in 2013.
Dr Tsao completed his residency at Bankstown, Campbelltown and Camden Hospitals. He loves to see patients from all walks of life and is passionate about Palliative Medicine, completing a Clinical Diploma of Palliative Medicine in 2018.
In his spare time he is actively involved in the local community and enjoys gardening, cooking and spending time with family.
DR MOYA MOLLOY
MBBS. Dip. Child Health, Adv.DRANZCOG, FRACGP
Moya graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1986. She has worked both in London and Sydney and has a wide range of experience in both Paediatrics and Women’s Health.
As well as pursuing a career in general practice, Moya has worked in paediatric emergency, community paediatrics and recently completed 3 years in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Manly Hospital. Moya is fully trained in IUCD insertion (including Mirena) and Implanon insertion/removal and participates in Shared Antenatal Care (private and public).
Moya is also actively involved in medical student teaching and has a conjoint appointment as senior lecturer at the University of Notre Dame whilst also completing a Masters of Health Professional Education.
Outside of her busy week, Moya plays regularly with several community orchestras and The Australian and NSW Doctors Orchestras.
DR MIRANDA NORQUAY
MBBS (Hons), MSc. (Forensic Anthropology), BSc, GDip Sc
Miranda completed a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and a Masters of Science in Forensic Anthropology. She then went on to complete a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Notre Dame, graduating in 2014. Miranda completed her residency at Royal Melbourne Hospital.
She is currently also working as a Medical Officer in the Royal Australian Navy, and has special interest in women's health, antenatal care, travel medicine and mental health. Miranda completed her Diploma of Child Health in 2017.
In her spare time she enjoys travelling, spending the day at the beach and catching up with friends for long lunches.
DR ERIC BUSTOS
MD, FRAGCP, BSc (Hons)
Eric currently works in Refugee Health and Military Medicine (including Underwater Medicine) in addition to his work at The Village Medical Practice. He enjoys all areas of general practice especially the opportunity to care for patients and their families over the long term. His specific interests include men’s health, paediatrics, preventative medicine, minor procedures, sexual health, travel medicine and underwater medicine.
Eric completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology at Trent University, Canada in 1991 then completed his Medical Doctorate at the University of Ottawa in 1995. He completed his residency in Family Medicine at McGill University in 1997 then commenced work in General Practice and Casualty.
Eric moved to Sydney in 2001 and became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He has worked in Casualty, Aboriginal Health, and Industrial Medicine in addition to General Practice. He has been involved in the training and evaluation of medical students and registrars in Canada and Australia.
Outside of work he enjoys travelling, cycling, and bush walking with his wife and 3 kids. Eric also enjoys cinema, surfing, and is taking up ice-hockey again after giving it up in childhood. In addition, to English, he speaks Spanish and French.
DR UMA SUBASH
MBBS, FRACGP, DRANZCOG
Uma graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery degree in 2003. She subsequently completed her internship and 2 years of residency at Monash and Dandenong Hospitals in Melbourne. Uma travelled around the world for next 2 years and worked in various hospitals in The Republic of Ireland. She moved to Sydney in 2010 and became a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She also has a diploma in women’s health from the Royal Australasian College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and is an accredited provider of antenatal shared care through the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Uma has special interests in women's and paediatric health and geriatric medicine.
DR KIM GOODMAN
Kim completed her medical studies in the UK in 2001. Since then, she has worked across a wide range of hospital specialities including predominantly emergency and paediatrics. After her twins were born, she went on to complete her general practice training.
She is passionate about offering holistic and preventative care across all ages and loves the privilege of caring for the whole family. She has a special interest in mental health and alongside general practice works one day a week in youth mental health at Headspace.