Hope Island Practitioners



MBBS, MRCGP, FRACGP

Dr Kishore Nallapu


Dr Kish, has been practicing medicine for 18 years. Beginning his career in India, Kish headed to the UK where his passion for General Practice grew. He is a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, UK, and a Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners FRACGP (QLD)

Kish has a particular interest in Diabetes Care as well as Emergency and Urgent Care, Child Health, and Pain  Management.





MBBS, DCH, Dip Derm, FRACGP

Dr Linn Kyaw


Dr Linn, as he prefers to be known, arrived in Australia seven years ago after receiving his MBBS from Myanmar. During this time he has been further trained in a wide range of specialties in tertiary hospitals all over Australia. His passion for providing holistic care to patients has lead him to commit to General Practice.

Dr Linn holds the Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in
addition to Diplomas in both Child Health and Dermatology, and certificates in Dermoscopy as well as Emergency Medicine.

He is interested in managing not only Acute Medical Conditions, but also Chronic
Disease, Preventative Health, Travel Medicine, Skin Cancer and common dermatologic
conditions.





MRCGP, DFSRH, MRCP, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Gurpreet Kaur


Dr Kaur worked in the UK for nearly 10 years before coming to Australia. She is a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, UK, holds a Diploma of Female Reproductive and Sexual Healthcare, UK, and also holds a Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Kaur’s interests include Chronic Disease Management, General Health, Women’s
Health and Contraceptive Device Procedures. Her regular Practice days are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday as well as every second Saturday.





MBBS (QLD), FRACGP

Dr Mary-Anne Lee


Dr Lee was born and raised in Brisbane. She is a University of Queensland graduate and was House Officer at Royal Brisbane Hospital which included GP Registrar training. Dr Lee spent a couple of years at the old Gold Coast Hospital and one year overseas at the Chinese University New Territories Hong Kong.

After returning to General Practice, Dr Lee worked in Melbourne and Perth before coming home to Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

She enjoys all aspects of General Practice including Geriatrics, Women’s Health and
Children’s Health.

Dr Lee’s usual days of practice are Monday to Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.





MBBCh, FRACGP

Dr Rafik Wanis


Dr Wanis is a highly experienced GP and emergency doctor who has worked throughout Australia and New Zealand over the years. He joined our Practice in January 2017 as a locum and is now looking forward to coming on board more permanently. Dr Wanis speaks fluent Arabic and French in addition to English. Currently practising varied hours including some evenings.





MBBS, Bsc (Hons), DRCOG, MRCGP, FRACGP

Dr Elena Douse


Trained in the UK, Dr Douse had a strong focus on Aesthetics before migrating to
Australia five years ago. She has practiced as a GP in country Victoria and New South
Wales and relocated to the Gold Coast in early 2016 where she has now settled with her young family and goofy golden labrador.

Dr Douse has varied interests in Diabetes Management, Chronic Disease Management, Aged Care, Obstetrics Care and Women’s Health as well as Skin conditions. Her regular Practice days are Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.





MBBS, DCH, Dip Derm, FRACGP

Dr Phyo Thandar


Dr Thandar qualified for her MBBS at the University of Medicine 1, Yangon in Myanmar and migrated to Australia in 2010. She has previously practiced in various areas of hospitals in Victoria, NSW and South Australia. Dr Thandar completed the Specialist GP Training in the Northern Territory and holds the Fellowship of
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Thandar enjoys travelling, cooking and is fluent in both English and Burmese.
Her usual days of practice are Wednesday to Sunday.





MBBS, FRANZCOG

Dr Suzan Elharmeel


Dr Suzan Elharmeel has recently taken over an existing urogynae practice. She has conveniently relocated her rooms opposite Pindara Hospital where she works. Here she has maintained the urogynaecology/ colposcopy services and added obstetrics and
IVF/ fertility care.

Being an associate of the Royal College of O&G in the UK and a fellow of the Australian
College ensures that she is on top of the most recent guidelines for both obstetric and
gynaecology practices. It also demonstrates to patients and colleagues her commitment to delivering world-class women’s healthcare.





Dr Seetharami Reddy Pateel






Dr Nikki Farzad






Dr Rupal Silva






Psychologist

Steven Kose


Steven has been practicing as a consultant psychologist for the past number of years. He has a strong background in Correctional Services with high risk offenders, -assisting them with their reintegration back into the community-, Department of Human Services, Employment Services -case management, workplace assessments and consultancy services-, cross-cultural counselling and has a profound acceptance of individuals from different cultural backgrounds.

Steven is also specialised in working with children, adolescent, adults, couples and clients presenting with anxiety, stress, depression, adjustment issues, post-traumatic stress, anger management, workplace stress, grief/loss and relationship/marital difficulties.

Steven utilises range of evidence-based treatment methods including Cognitive BehaviourTherapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Therapy, Drug and Alcohol Therapy, and Vocational Counselling, in alliance with his clients to achieve long-lasting outcomes.

Steven is a Medicare provider who can offer individual and group treatments as well as assessments.





Dietitian

Savvas Monolis


Dr Thandar qualified for her MBBS at the University of Medicine 1, Yangon in Myanmar and migrated to Australia in 2010. She has previously practiced in various areas of hospitals in Victoria, NSW and South Australia. Dr Thandar completed the Specialist GP Training in the Northern Territory and holds the Fellowship of
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Thandar enjoys travelling, cooking and is fluent in both English and Burmese.
Her usual days of practice are Wednesday to Sunday.





Podiatrist

Natasha Nadon


Dr Thandar qualified for her MBBS at the University of Medicine 1, Yangon in Myanmar and migrated to Australia in 2010. She has previously practiced in various areas of hospitals in Victoria, NSW and South Australia. Dr Thandar completed the Specialist GP Training in the Northern Territory and holds the Fellowship of
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Thandar enjoys travelling, cooking and is fluent in both English and Burmese.
Her usual days of practice are Wednesday to Sunday.





Diabetes Educator

Debra Sing


Dr Thandar qualified for her MBBS at the University of Medicine 1, Yangon in Myanmar and migrated to Australia in 2010. She has previously practiced in various areas of hospitals in Victoria, NSW and South Australia. Dr Thandar completed the Specialist GP Training in the Northern Territory and holds the Fellowship of
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Thandar enjoys travelling, cooking and is fluent in both English and Burmese.
Her usual days of practice are Wednesday to Sunday.




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