There are a number of friendly male and female doctors providing services at Total GP Care with extensive experience in general practice.
Please see the profiles for each of the doctors below. You can make an online booking with one of the doctors by selecting 'Make a Booking' on their profile, which allows you to view all available appointment slots.
Alternatively, you may call us on (08) 8102 0992 and speak to one of our friendly staff to arrange an appointment.
Please Note: Total GP Care Norwood is opening soon and bookings will be available shortly. However, we welcome early enquiries, so please register your interest for Norwood via our website enquiry form or call us on (08) 8269 1796.
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Dr Andrew Booker
Dr Booker (BMBS Flinders, CSCT, DRANZCOG, FRACGP, FACRRM) graduated in 1988 and has been practicing medicine for over 31 years. He has a special interest in emergency medicine excels at acute care and has wide ranging experience providing medical care to rural and remote communities. Dr Booker works in the Urgent Care Centre at Norwood. He also has experience in cosmetic and skin cancer procedural work.
Dr Azeran Azhar
Dr Az completed medical studies and early clinical positions here in Adelaide before practicing general medicine and surgery in rural Malaysia for several years. He has a special interest in Chronic disease management, especially Cardiovascular Health and Diabetes care; Children and Adolescent issues and General Mental Health. He is active with education and clinical supervisions of junior doctors and medical students, and is a primary supervisor for registrars working at Total GP Care.
Dr Az is an avid follower of football (of all codes!) and loves the popcorn at the movies!
Dr Charis Leila Johnson
Dr Charis 'Leila' Johnson received her MBBS in 2019 from the University of Adelaide. Leila has worked at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Lyell McEwin Hospital, Modbury Hospital and in a community attachment to the Northern Adelaide Palliative Care Service. She is currently working as a General Practice Registrar with special interests in women’s health, preventive care, advanced care planning and palliative care.
Dr Devi Radhika Dampanaboina
Preferring to be called Radhika (DCH, MBBS, FRACGP), she has nearly 20 years experience as a doctor. Originally from India – Radhika speaks Telugu and Hindi in addition to English. Radhika graduated in 2004 from university in India, then moved to Australia in 2006.
Radhika worked in Adelaide hospitals in various specialities including cardiology and women’s health. She did a Diploma in Children’s health in 2010 at the Women’s and Children’s hospital. Radhika has also completed rural GP training mostly in the Adelaide Hills and received her General Practice Fellowship from the RACGP in 2020.
Radhika is married, and while being a busy mum takes opportunities to raise awareness about women’s health in the community. In addition to being a holistic GP, she has special interests in women’s health, cardiology and children’s health. Radhika is proficient in procedures and is an accredited provider of Mirena and Implanon insertion.
Dr Eswari Byka
Dr Byka (MBBS, FRACGP, DRANZCOG) graduated from NTR University of Health Sciences in India. She worked in the United Kingdom for three years before migrating to Australia. During her GP Fellowship program, she worked with Indigenous patients in rural Victoria. Her primary interests include women's health and paediatrics, as well as the care of chronic health conditions such as hypertension, asthma, and diabetes. Dr Byka is certified to do Mirena insertions as well as minor skin procedures.
Dr Ewa Stankiewicz
Dr Ewa (MBBS) graduated medical school in 1991. After completion of graduation, she finished her internship and worked for several years at the QEH, mainly in accident and emergency. Dr Ewa has an interest in women’s health, children’s health, aged care, mental health, management of chronic diseases, diabetes, hypertension, heart and respiratory problems.
Dr Irwan Hamid
Dr Hamid is a vocationally registered GP specialist with more than 10 years medical experience. He graduated from Adelaide University in 2009, and gained his fellowship from the RACGP in 2019. Dr Hamid completed his internship at various local hospitals in Adelaide and gained additional knowledge and skills in Aged Care, Drugs of abuse and dependence, Mental Health and Infectious Diseases during his time working at the Department of Correctional Services and After Hours Medical Services.
Dr Hamid is passionate about his work. He enjoys seeing all general presentations and has a special interest in skin problems (Dermatology). Dr Hamid offers several clinical procedures, including skin biopsies, Implanon removal and insertion, and resection of ingrown toenails. Dr Hamid always strives to provide high quality medical care to his patients and is keen to establish a long term patient to doctor relationship.
Outside of work, Dr Hamid enjoys travelling, fishing, sport, and spending quality time with family and friends. Dr Hamid is a private billing GP specialist. He does offer discounted fees for pensioners, healthcare card holders, and children. Some bulk billing services will be applied – including DVA patients, chronic disease management plans, and standard childhood vaccinations.
Dr Jaswinder Kaur
Dr Jaswinder Kaur (MBBS, FRACGP, DCH) started medical training in India in 1994 and after graduation, worked in family practice before embarking on a one-year Fellowship in Emergency Medicine in 2004. Dr Kaur moved with her family to Australia in 2006 and after a short stint at Mount Gambier, decided to move to Gawler, SA in 2007. Since then, she has worked as a rural GP in Gawler, working in a local clinic here as well as in the Emergency department of the Gawler Hospital.
Dr Kaur has also provided care to nursing home patients in the local area. Dr Kaur attained Fellowship in General Practice (FRACGP) in 2010 and also completed a Diploma in Child Health in 2011. Dr Kaur has a special interest in emergency medicine, with her skills, training and experience making her well suited to providing Urgent Care services.
She has also trained in women’s health and is passionate about all aspects of women’s healthcare, including but not limited to menstrual issues, contraception care including IUD insertions, iron infusions, antenatal & postnatal care as well as has advanced training in all aspects of Menopause.
Dr Jenny Chong
Dr Chong graduated from the University of Adelaide and worked at the Royal Adelaide Hospital for 3 years. Special interests include educating patients in the management of chronic diseases: such as asthma, emphysema, diabetes and high blood pressure. Her current focus includes preventative health care and weight management, particularly body image aspects regarding nutrition, exercise and social expectations.
Dr Chong advocates for advance care planning within the greater community and participates in the Palliative Care Shared Care Programme for patients requiring end of life care. Dr Chong is also experienced in the areas of women’s health, contraception advice and contraceptive insertion.
Dr Loan Duong
Dr Duong graduated from medical school in 1996, then completed GP training in country GP, Yorke Peninsula. She received RACGP fellowship 2004, and now has over 20 years experience in general practice. Dr Duong’s special interests include women’s health, family planning, shared antenatal care, contraception (including contraceptive implants), paediatrics, preventative health checks, chronic disease management and weight loss management.
Dr Mark Sobieraj
Dr Sobieraj has nearly two decades of general practice experience. His interests include musculoskeletal and sports injuries, men’s health, diabetes and insulin management, cardiology and blood pressure management, paediatrics, chronic disease management and chronic pain management.
Dr Mohd Rizal Abdullah
Dr Riz is an Australia trained GP who obtained his medical degree from Monash University, Melbourne. He worked at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Lyell McEwin Hospital and gained extensive experience working in geriatric medicine, general medicine, respiratory and sleep unit, palliative care, rehabilitation, paediatrics, obstetric and gynaecology and emergency medicine.
He completed his GP training and become a fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2016. His special interests include paediatrics, men’s health, chronic disease management, minor procedures (Implanon removal and insertion, Mirena removal, wedge resection and skin cancer removal) and preventive medicine.
He does iron infusion for patient with iron deficiency with or without anaemia. He can also organise therapeutic venesection for patient with hereditary hemochromatosis (and other conditions in discussion with patient’s treating specialist). Outside of medicine he enjoys badminton, indoor soccer, and hiking with his family.
Dr Muhammad Hafizei Muhammad Nasir
Prefers himself to be addressed as just ‘Mo’, Dr Mo graduated from University of Auckland, Aotearoa in 2012 and found Australia home not long afterwards recounting Adelaide with having many similar loving features to his hometown in Kelantan, Malaysia. There, he grew up watching close relatives debilitating complications from multiple chronic illnesses which soon instilled his motivation.
Now as a GP, he further envisions to bridge the art and science of medicine closer together so to optimise patients’ outcome. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking with his young family of five.
Dr Norhanafi Abd Ghani (Registrar)
Dr Ghani is a doctor enrolled in the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program. The AGPT Program is the main training doctors undertake to become specialist general practitioners in Australia. GP registrars are highly skilled doctors supported by a team of very experienced supervisors and medical educators.
Dr Scott Marschall
After completing training as a rural general practitioner, Scott (MBBS at University of Adelaide, FACRRM) has a keen interest in acute care, as well as patient centred care of chronic health conditions. He has spent time attaining skills that are particularly useful in remote communities in areas such as skin cancer treatment and surgery. Scott's aims to get to know his patients and maintain a holistic approach to their care. His special interests are skin cancer treatments and urgent care.
Dr Scott Parsons
Dr Scott Parsons is a general practitioner with a special interest in paediatrics. His extensive experience includes over 10 years working at Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital in the emergency department. Dr Scott specialises in paedeatric chronic disease, paedeatric acute Illness and injuries, and emergency care (including urgent care).
Dr Vikram Chellaboina
Dr Chellaboina (prefers to be called as Vik) has over 20 years experience as a doctor. Originally from India – Vik speaks Telugu and bit of Hindi in addition to English. Vik graduated in 2000 from university in India, and started his Emergency medical specialist training in the UK in 2003 then moved to Australia in 2006 to continue his emergency department work in Adelaide hospitals.
After arriving in Adelaide, he attained an Advanced Diploma in Emergency Medicine. During his specialist GP training Vik worked in the country including Victor Harbor, Quorn and for the Port Augusta Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) where he had invaluable experience in primary health care. While he continues to work in the country as an emergency medicine Rural Generalist, he is a passionate GP with special interests in procedures and chronic disease management. Vik is also keen on providing medical education via the rural stream to medical students at Victor Harbor.
Vik is married and has a daughter. He is friendly and spends his leisure time kayaking and hanging out with friends.
Dr Yee Min Kong
Dr Kong is originally from Malaysia, with multiple years of practice before moving to Australia in 2017. He has a strong passion in emergency medicine, with a keen interest in trauma and orthopaedic related medicine. Besides English, Dr Kong speaks Malay (Bahasa Melayu), Mandarin and Cantonese. Dr Kong obtained a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from Manipal University, Malaysia in 2009 and an AMC Certificate from Australian Medical Council, Australia in 2021.
Dr Yu (Emma) Wang
Dr Wang (FRACGP, FARGP, MBBS) completed her medical degree in China and trained as respiratory physician. She has been working in various hospitals and clinics in and around South Australia for more than 8 years. She has worked extensively in the emergency department at Lyell McEwin Hospital, Women’s and Children’s Hospital and several regional hospital Emergency departments. She attained a diploma in Emergency medicine and completed the Sydney Child Health Program.
Dr Wang is passionate about rural medicine with special interests in procedures, acute care and paediatrics.
Dr Anne Beygirlioglu
Dr Anne (MBBS, FRACGP, ACRRM) is an experienced GP with interest in wide range of general adult medical conditions.
Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited (AGPAL)
Total GP Care are AGPAL Accredited. The practice is accredited with AGPAL 4th Edition Standards. Patients, carers, referral network providers can be assured of high quality patient care and health services. AGPAL is the leading provider of national general practice accreditation which assesses and measures standards of delivering safe and quality health care developed by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).