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Hugh completed his MBBS at University of Adelaide. He moved to Moruya in 1989 & has combined general practitioning with a VMO position at Moruya Hospital.
Hugh now shares his time on a daily basis between the Practice and Moruya District Hospital, Monday to Thursday. Appointments can be made for Hugh via reception.
Paul studied at Queens University, Belfast & qualified in 1983. He completed his post graduate training in Northern Ireland before moving to Australia in 1990. He spent 10 years in rural General Practice, Obsteteric and inpatient medical care for a population of 2500. He found the opportunity to be part of the community & provide continuity of care for patients admitted to hospital both challenging & very rewarding. In 2000 he moved to Moruya because of educational needs of his family & has endeavoured to continue a holistic approach to medicine by combining General Practice with Accident & Emergency & a VMO position at Moruya Hospital
Jorg has worked as a nurse and as a Medical Officer in the German Defence Force prior to his graduation in Medicine from Rostock University, Germany, in 1994. His post graduate training, mainly in the United Kingdom, involved several Specialities, including Accident & Emergency Medicine & Surgery, General Medicine, Anaesthetics, General Practice, Intensive Care Medicine, Orthopaedics, Neurology & Urology. Since his move to Australia in 2003 he has been working as a General Practitioner in Moruya. Jorg is a Visiting Medical Officer at Moruya & Batemans Bay hospitals, providing inpatient/anaesthetic and accident & emergency care. He also provides Anaesthetic services at the private Mogo Day Surgery and is supervisor for GP registrar training. Being involved in the training of medical students & young doctors is a particular passion of his. He is happily married, proud father of 2 lovely children & enjoys being with his family & animals & loves the outdoors, flowers & music. Favourite animal-big cats, favourite flower-iris & favourite colour orange.
Anke grew up in Germany. She worked for a year as a nurse prior to studying Medicine at Rostock University, Germany. She qualified in 1994 after coming back from a year in Australia & New Zealand. Whilst on maternity leave she completed her thesis 'Premanture rupture of fetal membranes' in 1995 & got her PhD. Anke completed her post graduate GP training in 2003 at the George Elliot Hospital in Nuneaton, UK, which included posts in Accident & Emergency, Paediatrics, Obstsetrics & Gynaecology and Psychiatry. Before moving to Australia she got certificates in Family Planning & Obstetrics and worked in a general practice in Coleshill, a rural town in the UK. Since coming to Australia in 2003, she has spent all her time in General Practice in Moruya, especially enjoying working with women & children. Anke endeavours to offer a holistic approach to medicine by routinely involving allied health specialists & alternative care practitioners. She is interested in herbal medicine. Anke is also teaching medical students at the ANU Rural Clinic School & works as a Supervisor for GP Registrars & Medical Students. She is married, a mother of 2 & enjoys cooking with her children, reading, writing, being creative & loves nature. Anke also enjoys walking the family dog & all the little things life has to offer, like smelling roses. Her favourite flowers include freesia & spoon lily.
Steve has been a GP in Moruya for 18 years. He graduated Melbourne University in 1982. Steve travelled to the UK in 1991/92 to work and passed his Diploma Of Anaesthesia after completing a year at the Royal Cornwall Hospital.In December 2013 due to ill health Steve had to cease working at the surgery. We are pleased to announce as of the 7 October 2014 Steve has commenced working at the surgery again. He is currently practicing 2 mornings a week. Appointments with Steve must be made via the reception staff.
Yves joins our practice on Monday 11th of February 2019.
Yves completed his medical degree (MBBS) in 2008 at The Australian National University in Canberra. Since graduation, he has had extensive experience in the practice of acute care as an Emergency Doctor trainee (The Canberra Hospital, The Calvary Hospital in the ACT and The Royal Darwin Hospital). His experience also includes work in the intensive care unit and the neonatal intensive care unit; he performed rotations in anaesthetics and retrieval medicine (RFDS, Alice Springs).
Prior to graduating as a medical Doctor, he performed a Ph.D. in biochemistry at the University of Geneva (place of origin). He remains strongly committed to the practice of research for the advancement of medicine.
He has an interest in rural medicine, recently joined the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) as a trainee, and endeavours to train as a general p[ractitioner to improve his understanding of chronic diseases and strategies for prevention and management.
Yves speaks French fluently and understands German. Yves loves the outdoors, whether on the snowfields or beaches; he likes reading, travelling and spending quality time with his spouse, two children and dog.
Sharwan joins our practice on Monday 11th February 2019.
I grew up on a small and remote island in Fiji, surrounded by poverty but an abundance of natural resources, parental encouragement, commitment and their sacrifices changed the course of my life. Hard work, sacrifice, discipline, dedication, determination and acheiving goals beyond expectations have made me the person I am today.
I graduated with Diploma in Diagnostic Imaging in 2001 and in 2008 graduated with Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Medical Imaging Technology) from Queensland Institute of Technology both with distinctions.
After working in medical imaging for 10 years I went on and completed a Diploma in Medical Sonography and later Masters in Medical Sonography from University of South Australia in 2012.
I completed post-graduate Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from Sydney School of Medicine at University of Notre Dame in 2015. During my clinical years I worked at St Vincents Hospital, Sacred Heart Palliative Care, Mater Private Hospital, Hawkesbury District Hospital, Royal Northshore Hospital and Munin Hospital in Rwanda.
I completed my internship and resident years working in various medical and surgical departments including neurology, respiratory, general surgery, vascular surgery and orthopaedic surgery. I recently completed 12 months of senior resident medical year in ED at Gosford and Wyong Hospital and I truly loved the organized chaotic environment of emergency medicine.
General Practice with a subspecialty in Emergency Medicine is my passion. I believe consultations, primary care, acute & chronic management and ongoing individualized patient care is a life's journey and being a GP offers me the privilege and honor to provide that service to the general public.
Daniel will join our practice on Monday 18th November, 2019.
Originally from the United Kingdom, I trained at St Thomas's Hospital Medical School in London and graduated in 1989. I emigrated to Australia in 1990, as soon as I could afford the air fare!
After many years on the West Coast, I relocated to the NSW Far South Coast with my young family in 2013. We all fell in love with the stunning views, clear air, amazing beaches and great fishing!
I am excited to join the Moruya Medical Centre after six years in General Practice further down the coast. I bring a wide range of medical knowledge,with particular interest in skin cancer, anxiety and drepression and preventative health care across all age groups.
When not working, I like to spend my time fishing and whale watching with my family, following international cricket and looking after the veggie patch (now in its fourth year).
My favourite quotes - "There is no security on this earth; there is only opportunity"- Douglas MacArthur. "If you think you can do a thing, or think you can't do a thing, you're right"- Henry Ford.
We are excited to welcome Daniel to our team
This surgery is a teaching facility of the ANU Medical School. We host students in the various stages of their medical training. Under the supervision of our doctors, the students gain an understanding of what it means to be a general practitioner in a small coastal community.