Dr. Geoffrey Arthurson
MBBS, DA (UK), Dip (Obst), RCOG
Dr Geoff Arthurson joined the practice in 1985.
He graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1978 and undertook 3 years of surgical training and also training in Obstetrics and Paediatrics in Adelaide before undertaking training in Anaesthetics in the UK to enable himself to use all those skills in rural General Practice.
Geoff has a strong interest in IT and undertook some training through TAFE in this area. He was one of the first GPs in the Barossa and in Australia to embrace computers in General Practice.
Dr. Michael Hoopmann
MBBS, FRACGP, DRACOG
Born and raised in Adelaide, Michael worked in several Adelaide hospitals in various disciplines, before venturing to the country in 1984 to join the Nuriootpa Medical Centre.
His main interests lie in obstetrics, anaesthetics, sports medicine and limited surgery (caesarean sections, vasectomies, skin grafts and flaps). He has 4 adult daughters.
Outside interests include family, jogging, tennis and travel.
Dr. Abhishek Rana
I am a Registrar in GP training and a new member to the team. I graduated in year 2000 in India and worked in several New Delhi hospitals in various disciplines before training in Orthopaedics in 2005. I worked as Orthopaedics surgeon in New Delhi for 5 years before moving to Australia in 2013.
In Australia, I lived in metro and small country towns before settling in Adelaide. Tanunda was my first residence when I arrived in Australia where I learned a lot about the country and the life in Australia. I enjoy playing badminton, watching cricket, spending time with family and friends and travel. My special interest is excision of skin lesion besides general surgical procedures.
Dr. Saif Akram
Dr Saif completed his medical studies in Pakistan and quickly gained experience in a variety of specialties including General Surgery, Urology and Emergency Medicine. He then relocated to the UK where he worked as a hospital doctor in England and Wales in various disciplines before emigrating to Australia in 2013, gaining valuable experience in Royal Adelaide Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He enjoys all aspects of general practice and has established his reputation as a compassionate and experienced GP while working in three different states of Australia. His special interests include chronic disease management, Surgical procedures, Weight management and Mental Health.
Saif enjoys spending time with his family, travelling and listening to music. He has played cricket for several years and loves to play and watch cricket.
Dr. Neha Sinha
Dr. Chandima Perera
Dr. Binu Chandran
Dr. Charlotte Newitt
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