Dr Agnes Ocampo

Dr Agnes Ocampo is an Australian trained GP who has been practising in this clinic for over 10 years. She is a member of the Australian College of Aesthetic Medicine (ACAM) and is at present doing her Fellowship.

Dr Kiran Abro

Dr Abro has been working in Darwin for the last nine years and is a locally trained GP with a special interest in preventative health, women's health, pregnancy care and children's health. She also holds a certificate in Sexual & Reproductive health and can assist in contraception, menopause (including HRT), IUD and Implanon insertion/removal.

Dr Michael Paroulakis

Born in Melbourne and educated at Scotch College, Michael graduated from Melbourne University in 1963 with the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery. In 1968 after further surgical training Michael was admitted to the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, and in the following year in London was admitted to the fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Dr Neda Nikpour

Dr Neda Nikpour obtained her medical degree in Iran in 2003. She has been living in Darwin since 2013. Dr Neda has a focussed and committed approach to her own Continued Professional Development, and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Having completed a certificate in reproductive and sexual health, she welcomes female patients who seek sexual health advice in women's general health and antenatal care.

Dr Paul Gilbert

Paul is registrar of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). From a farming family in Far North Queensland, Paul completed his medical training at James Cook University rotating through the Northern Territory for the final two years of his degree. He has since worked in Northern Territory Hospitals for the last 5 years as an intern, resident and surgical registrar, always with the long term goal of becoming a General Practitioner. Paul’s special interests include paediatrics, men’s health, care of the elderly, surgical follow up and skin cancer medicine. Whilst not at work, Paul enjoys playing cricket, taking part in community events and exploring the Northern Territory with his wife.

Dr Puja Gupta

Dr Gupta is a UK trained female VR GP who previously worked with Casuarina Square Medical Centre before moving to Sydney, and now has relocated permanently back to Darwin.   She is an accredited GP supervisor in Darwin and participates in the registrar teaching.   She has more than 14 years experience in general practice and nearly 5 years of experience in Australian General practice. She also has diploma in sexual and reproductive health (family planning) from UK.   Apart from paediatric consultations, women's health and family planning - including mirena insertions and removals, she undertakes a lot of chronic disease management including diabetes, asthma and Mental health consultations.   Furthermore, she has a special interest in Cosmetic medicine, currently pursuing diploma and fellowship in Aesthetic medicine from Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine. She is extremely passionate about her work and deeply committed towards her patients health and well-being.   She speaks English, Hindi, Urdu and can understand Punjabi.

Dr Sajeel Samjowan

Dr Sajeel Samjowan moved to Darwin in 2004 and worked at the Royal Darwin Hospital until 2011, doing rotations in critical care and paediatrics. Dr Sajeel's area of interest is Skin Cancer Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Chronic Disease Management and Weight Loss.


Gaudencio Gadil (Paediatrician)

Dr JR Gadil had been a practicing Paediatrician in the Philippines before moving to Australia in 1996. He had further training in neonatal intensive care at Westmead Hospital NSW, and Monash Medical Centre in Victoria. He moved to the Northern Territory in 2000 and worked at Royal Darwin Hospital - Paediatrics with rotation at Princess Margaret Hospital for Children in Perth.

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Jan Stevenson

(Diabetes Educator) Jan came to live in Darwin 1987 from 'down south' and worked as a clinical registered nurse at Katherine Hospital and then Royal Darwin Hospital until 2007 - over this time she realised how much diabetes was out there, so decided on a university course to become a qualified Credentialed Diabetes Educator (CDE).

Vongayi Majoni (Diabetes Educator)

Vongayi qualified as an RN in the UK in 2000. She worked and specialised in cardiac nursing and then moved to primary care with special focus on cardiac and diabetes health prevention, promotion and self management support for patients with chronic conditions.

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