Meet Our Team


Dr Carol Moon (MBBS MRCGP (UK 2013) FRACGP)
Background- Carol graduated from the University of London in 2008 and completed her GP training in the UK before relocating to Sydney in 2015. She enjoys the diversity that general practice offers and the continuity of care it provides. She is passionate about building strong relationships with her patients and working together to provide individualised care. Special Interests- Carol loves all areas of general practice and has a special interest in women's health including offering different forms of contraceptive methods. She is able to insert and remove Implanons and IUDs. She also enjoys children's health, preventative medicine and doing minor procedures. Carol is fluent in Korean. Personal Interests- Outside of work, Carol enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 young children, eating out, exploring coffee/cafes, travelling and music.
Dr Sajeeb Roy (BMed MD, FRACGP)
Background - Dr Roy graduated from the University of NSW in 2016 and has since worked in hospitals in Blacktown & Mt Druitt. He completed his general practice training in Wagga Wagga and Canberra, with exposure to patients of all ages. He has completed the Sydney Child Health Program.
Special Interests - He enjoys all aspects of general practice, with a particular interest in skin cancer/procedures and paediatrics.
Personal Interests - All things technology, attempting to play the guitar and traveling.
Dr Victor Hoang BMed, UoN
Dr Hoang graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2016 and worked for 2 years in Bankstown and Campbelltown as part of his residency and a further year in Gosford and Wyong doing paediatrics. Dr Hoang is currently completing his 4th term of GP registrar training. Special Interests: paediatrics, mental health and preventative health. Personal interests: avid sports fan especially NBA, cricket and tennis.
Dr. Kavita Gupta MBBS FRACGP
Dr Gupta has particular interest in mental health, complex disease management, women's and children's’ health. Outside of medicine, Kavita is an active member of the local walking and healthy living group and enjoys travel, yoga, meditation and healthy cooking.
Dr Jonathan Phan (MBBS UNSW, FRACGP)
Background - Dr Phan graduated from the University of NSW and has been in general practice since 2007. He enjoys general practice as it gives him the opportunity to interact with patients of all ages and cultural backgrounds.
Special Interests - He enjoys preventative health, looking after children and pregnant women.
Personal Interests - Outside of medicine he likes to spend time cooking and traveling.
Background - Dr Vo is a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and a graduate of the University of NSW.
Special Interests - He has an interest in all aspects of General Practice.
Personal Interests - Outside of the practice, he enjoys the occasional game of golf, learning to sail and travelling.
Dr Cleon Pinto (MBBS, FRACGP)
Background - Dr Pinto was awarded his MBBS in December 2012 from the University of Western Sydney. He has rotated through practices across Sydney.
Special Interests - Dr Pinto's interests are in Paediatrics and antenatal care.
Personal Interests - He loves photography and travel
Dr Kate Baker (MBBS, DCH, FRACGP)
Background - Dr Kate Baker studied medicine at the University of Newcastle. She went on to do further study in paediatrics, achieving a diploma in child health, as well as developing a passion for integrative medicine which she studied in the United States with the Institute for functional medicine.
Special Interests - Kate sees all patients, from young to old, for acute and chronic illness, with a particular interest in Women's health, fatigue, and chronic illness. She practices integrative general practice also, which involves longer consultation times, allowing for a patient's physical and psychological health to be take into account in a holistic manner in approaching health and wellness.
Personal Interests - Outside of medicine Dr Baker enjoys being active.
Dr Nicholas Loukakis (MBBS, BSc, FRACGP)
Background - Dr Nicholas Loukakis graduated from the University of Sydney with degrees in science and medicine. He has worked at a wide variety of hospitals and practices across Sydney and has lived in the Inner West for many years.
Special Interests - Dr Loukakis is interested in all areas of general practice.
Personal Interests - Outside of medicine Dr Loukakis enjoys reading, cricket, running, and playing with his 2 French Bulldogs.
Dr Sharon Hagen (B.Sc, MBBS, DCH, EM Cert, FRACGP)
Background - Dr Hagen graduated in medicine from the University of Sydney in 2010. She worked as a Senior Resident in the Emergency Department of Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, completing a Certificate in Emergency Medicine in 2013. She gained her Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2016, and completed her Diploma in Child Health in 2017.
Special Interests - She enjoys all aspects of general practice, however is particularly interested in child health, women's health, and preventative medicine with a focus on holistic care.
Personal Interests - Outside of work, Dr Hagen enjoys spending time with her young son, travelling, and (somewhat hopelessly) learning to play the piano.
Dr Mier Marges (MBBS, DCH)
Background - Dr Mier Marges has practiced as a clinical doctor across Europe, Africa and Australia for the last 23 years. She has a rich surgical experience, has worked in gynaecology and obstetrics and sexual health, and has spent years in rural Africa being an all-round doctor. She currently has a focus on health promotion and disease prevention and also offers full skin checks and skin excisions. She is passionate about supporting people to live a healthy life style and is highly skilled in identifying and managing acute and chronic medical conditions. Special interests – Early detection of health conditions, Infections, Skin checks & procedures, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Sexual health, Travel medicine, LGBTI health, Mental Health, Aboriginal Health. Personal interests - Cycling, dancing, travelling, drumming. She speaks English, Dutch, French, German and African languages.  
Dr Maha Qidwai BMedSc, MBBS, DCH, FRACGP, 300RYT
Background- Local Sydney sider and holistic GP, Dr Maha Qidwai has graduated with BMedSC (UNSW), and MBBS (USYD) and has completed her FRACGP. She has also completed her Diploma in Child health, FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health and FPNSW IUD insertion certificate. She has extensive women’s health expertise , being a clinical instructor and trainer at Family Planning NSW. She performs Implanon and IUD (both hormonal and copper) insertions and removals. Dr Maha’s additional area of special interest is holistic health care – she combines both Eastern and Western Medicine in assessing the mind, body and spirit as an integrative whole. Dr Maha aims to empower her patients in their health care and frequently uses yoga, meditation and acupuncture as preventative and treatment modalities. She is an AMAC certified Medical acupuncturist, as well as 300 hour registered meditation and yoga teacher. Personal Interests - nature, sneakers, travel, acupuncture, yoga & meditation
Dr Elizabeth Dunlop (MBBS, FRACGP, DCH, Master of Medicine (Paed)
Background- Dr Elizabeth Dunlop completed medical school and junior doctor training in Sydney before spending some time on the Central Coast working in Paediatrics. She completed her GP training in 2017 and has since spent time both working and travelling.
Special Interests- During her training and work experience she has gained particular interests in Paediatrics (Child Health), Women's Health, Sexual Health and Mental Health. She particularly enjoys helping patients set and reach their individual health goals and takes pride in her thorough approach to each patient.
Personal Interests- When not at work Elizabeth enjoys eating out, working out, travel and reading.
Dr Miriam Jarrett – MBBS, B.Ed(Hons), FRACGP
Dr Jarrett is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She enjoys all aspects of general practice. Outside of work she enjoys being very busy with her young family.

Allied Health

David Hutchinson- Clinical Exercise Physiologist
David is a clinical Exercise Physiologist and student researcher in human physiology. I completed my B. App Sci (Exercise and Sport Science) at USYD in 2016, and my Master of Exercise Physiology, also at USYD, in 2019. I have since been working in private practice in the Blue Mountains, working extensively in the following areas:
  • Exercise prescription and lifestyle intervention for the treatment of chronic conditions, including diabetes, hypertension, osteoarthritis, overweight/obesity, depression, anxiety, and chronic pain.
  • Motor skills coaching and physical activity promotion in children.
  • Promoting physical activity and exercise in people with disabilities.
  • Facilitating educational seminars for people with diabetes.
David strongly believe's in targeted physical activity as a treatment for chronic conditions, both as a lifestyle intervention in early disease stages and as an adjunct therapy in advanced cases. I also have a deep clinical interest in motor skills coaching for children with special needs, where I hope to empower kids to more competently and confidently participate in physical and social activities throughout school and life thereafter.  
Andrew Roy – B.Science (Psych, Phil), B.App. Science (Kines), M.Physiotherapy, MAPA
Andrew graduated with a Masters in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney in 2012, with previous degrees in Psychology (UNSW) and Kinesiology (SFU, Canada). Andrew has varied experience in the world of Physiotherapy and injury management, he has worked in Private Practice's in both Australia and Canada as well as Nursing Homes, Occupational Health and in various sporting teams. Having completed numerous courses such as Dry Needling, Shoulder and Hip pain, Facial Mobility. Andrew utilises a wide variety of techniques to suit each patient's needs.
Andrew approaches patients in a holistic manner, looking at the whole biomechinical chain to determine the causal factors of an injury not just treating the area of pain. Key areas of interest include shoulder, knee and acute or chronic spinal pain.
When not in the clinic Andrew is likely to be found chasing his three young children around the parks or beaches of Sydney!
Michelle Theodosi – Dietician APD, ASA
Background - Michelle is an experienced Accredited Practising Dietitian with a focus on creating positive behaviours and habits around eating. Michelle is one of a handful of dietitians in Australia with qualifications in both Dietetics and Psychology. She takes the time to listen to what clients really want to achieve and work together to develop a plan individualised to each client. Michelle uses the latest evidence to inform her practice and deliver long-term results for her clients. Interests - Michelle has a special interest in working with clients towards reversing and reducing the long term effects of chronic disease such as type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance and PCOS. In addition, Michelle works in the area of eating disorders and disordered eating to assist her clients in building a healthy relationship with food. Michelle is also an Accredited Sports Dietitian and loves working with active individuals to improve their performance through nutrition. Personal Interests - In her spare time, Michelle enjoys cooking up new recipes, going out for a delicious meal at her favourite cafes, playing piano and long walks with her French Bulldog.
Background – Naim has completed a Bachelor of Health Science/Mastering in Podiatric Medicine from the University of Western Sydney. His experience covers all scopes of podiatric care including bio-mechanical, chronic disease, pediatric and general podiatry. He has worked in many different settings including mobile podiatry, high risk in public hospital setting both local and internationally as well as having extensive private practice podiatry experience. His love of sports (including basketball and powerlifting amongst many other sports) has also fueled his interest in sports bio-mechanics in which is his most experienced scope of practice. Special Interests - Sports bio-mechanics and Chronic Disease Management Personal Interests - Outside of work, Naim enjoys playing basketball, power lifting and traveling
Sam Connell- B. Exercise Science & Nutrition, M. Clinical Excercise Physiology, M. Physiotherapy
Sam graduated with a masters in Physiotherapy in 2018, with previous degrees in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition. Sam has experience across the physiotherapy scope, including in acute care and ICU, neurological, orthopedics and rehabilitation. Sam also has experience working with semi-professional and elite level athletes. Sam has special interest in sporting/ musculoskeletal injuries and conditions & post operative recovery. Sam utilizes a range of techniques including manual and exercise therapy to achieve optimal outcomes for all patients. Sam enjoys spending time with family and friends playing gold and basketball.
Nadia Pendjerkova – Registered Psychologist; BSc Psych (Hons), MA Psych
As a registered psychologist I consult young and mature adults who struggle with various degrees of stress related issues and challenges, such as work life balance, relating to others, adjusting to new environments or suffering loss. It is my dedication to empower clients to think creatively, develop new skills, and enhance their quality of life. While working in private practice, occupational rehabilitation, EAP (employee assistance program) services, and medical clinic settings, I developed expertise in multidisciplinary treatment methods, short-term and in-depth therapy, including CBT, ACT, IPT, MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) and psycho dynamic approach. Originally from Europe, with academic and work experience from Canada and Australia, I work with clients from diverse cultural, economic and social backgrounds.  I am particularly attuned to how personal history influences established views and responses to current circumstances. The value of my experience intrinsically motivates me to support my clients in uncovering destructive patterns of thought and behavior, as well as to encourage and inspire them in establishing new and more adaptive habits.
Sarah Lombardi Dietician APD
Background – Sarah is a qualified Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Exercise and Sport Scientist who understands that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to improving nutrition and health. She takes the time to learn about how her clients’ eating and drinking patterns are influenced by their culture, mood, attitudes and social settings, so that she can personalise her interventions to their needs. Interests – Sarah has a special interest in reducing the risk and progression of chronic conditions such as Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease, Insulin Resistance, Type 2 Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Osteoarthritis. Sarah has a background in Exercise and Sport Science and enjoys working together with all clients to improve their performance through sustainable diet and lifestyle change. Personal Interests - In her spare time, Sarah enjoys teaching dancing, exploring new cafes with friends and - in true Dietitian style - experimenting with cooking (and eating!) dishes from new cuisines.
Mitra Storey – BSocSci (Psych), MEdPsych (Hons), MAPS
Mitra is a registered psychologist who is passionate about using her clinical skills and knowledge to really make a difference to people’s lives. Mitra specialises in working with a wide range of clinical presentations (i.e. depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties with the self and other, shame and trauma). She enjoys working in a holistic and client-centred manner to collaboratively design and implement best practice and evidence based treatment. Coming from a diverse background, Mitra is able to communicate with and work alongside different cultures and age-groups being both bicultural and bilingual herself. Mitra has worked across government and non-government services and has 10 years of experience working in the mental health industry across Australia and New Zealand. She takes an eclectic approach to working with individuals. Her primary therapeutic orientation is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), solution-focused and mindful-based therapy

Practice Staff

Jessica Gittany- Practice Manager
Shana – Receptionist
Priyanka – Receptionist
Priscilla Tabone- Receptionist
Nurse – Grace Mawbey
Nurse- Fiona Teale