Trained as a General Practitioner from UK from one of the most prestigious institutions in London. Dermatology is her area of interest and she took up further post graduate training in dermatology.
Dr Tanya Unni has also done advanced skin cancer surgical and medicine training. Dr Tanya Unni is a Member of Australasian college of cosmetic medicine. She has vast experience in cosmetic medicine .
Dr Tanya Unni is a Member of Royal College of General Practitioner in UK and a Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Australia.
Her special interests are dermatology, skin cancer management, cosmetic medicine, womens’s health and mental health
Dr Da Silva practiced medicine overseas from 1978, he then moved to Australia in 2004 where he then began working as a General Practitioner with experience in assessing and treating a broad range of medical conditions.
His Major special interests include; Dermatology, Paediatrics, Geriatric Medicine & Preventative Medicine.
Dr Da Silva can communicate in four different languages; English, Portugese, Hindi & Konkani.
In his spare time he enjoys soccer, tennis, chess, reading, drawing and gardening.
Dr Uchenna studied and practiced in Nigeria (Enugu). He has also practiced in 2 other continents Trinidad & Tabago and British Virgin Islands before coming to Australia.
Dr Uchenna worked in SA, Northern Qld, NSW and Gold Coast areas -Nerang, Helensvale and Parkwood.
He has keen interest in Skin Cancer checks & general dermatology, Implanon insertion/removal and minor procedures Chronic Illnesses including Diabetes/Asthma/COPD, Mental Health Care, Child Health/Paediatrics, Aesthetic medicine, Womens Health, Mens Health, Travel Vaccinations and Immunisations
Languages: English and Igbo
Dr Janani has more than ten years experience in Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, Anaesthesia and General Practice. She has also completed part 1 MD anaesthesiology and has obtained the Mental Health Skills Training Certificate from ACRRM.
Dr Janani has a special interest in undertaking research related to Women’s Health and Mental Health, and is fluent in Tamil and Sinhale.
Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family and engaging in social activities. She is a volunteer teacher at Brisbane Tamil School and is very interested in Tamil and English literature. Dr Janani also has a special interest in eastern classical music and dance, plays the Veena and has her own collection of poems.
Gained MBBS from University of London and trained extensively in hospital medicine completing MRCP(UK) before entering General Practice. Awarded MRCGP(UK) in 2016 and Fellowship of the RACGP in 2017.
Her interest is mental health and mind-body balance. Has an Honours degree in Psychology with Physiology and membership of the British Psychological Society. Is self taught in mindfulness meditation, has completed part 1 of the Human Givens diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy and produced published work on incorporating psychological skills into medical consultations.
She supports women in healthcare through the Medical Women’s Federation and keeps informed on global developments in primary care through the World Organisation of Family Doctors. Educational contributions include participating as a MBBS examiner for the University of London.
She enjoys travelling and is delighted to have the opportunity to work abroad in Australia. She is a keen artist, finds mindfulness in yoga, likes the convenience of running and loves Indonesian food
Dr Mamunur Rashid has more than 15 years’ experience in family medicine, working last 10 years in Australia. He finished his fellowship in 2011.
He is interested in Chronic Disease Management, Men’s Health, Peadiatrics, Mental Health, Sexual and Adolescent Health. Other than English he can speak Bengali, Hindu and Urdu
Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his family, doing travelling, fishing and gardening