Doctors

Dr Tran

Dr Vinh Tran

MBBS, FRACGP QLD
Special Interests

Paediatrics, Chronic Health Conditions, Diabetes, Heart disease, Mental Health, Depression, Anxiety, Counselling, Career & Work stress counselling, Couple counselling / therapy, Family therapy, Parenting coaching & support, Weight management, Asperger’s / Autism / ASD, General Medicine, Paediatrics, Wellness, Organisation/Corporate Health Workshop/Seminars.

Dr Vinh Tran is a Fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP), and Supervisor for The General Practice Training Program.  He is passionate about mental & emotional health, and has a Biopsychosocial approach to managing health and well-being, integrating the physical, psychological & social factors of each patient, through Health Coaching & Counselling.

He has an eclectic approach to mental & emotional health, and customises the therapeutic process to the individual need of each patient, for the most effective outcome.  His counselling sessions may include a variety or combination of psychological intervention therapies, which may include (but not limited to) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Triple-P Parenting Program, 1-2-3 Magic Parenting, Non-Directive Pregnancy Support Counselling.

He grew up in the northern suburbs of Brisbane, and has worked in Bundaberg & Goodiwindi.

Outside of work, he loves spending time with his family, and being by the beach or water.

Dr Huy

Dr Huy Dinh Vu

MBBS, FRACGP QLD
Special Interests

Dr Huy Dinh Vu is a Fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP), and Supervisor for The General Practice Training Program.

He enjoys all aspects of general practice, in particular, minor surgeries and procedures, and skin cancer checks.

He grew up in the western suburbs of Brisbane, and has worked in Yeppoon, Mornington Island and the northern suburbs of Brisbane prior to settling at Priority Health Medical Centre.

Outside of work, he loves fishing, boating, cooking and spending time with his family.

Dr Matilda

Dr Matilda Simic

MBBS, FRACGP
Special Interests

Women’s Health, Paediatrics, Geriatric Health, Chronic Health & Disease management, Mental health, General Medicine, Iron Infusions, Implanon/Mirena insertion/removal, and General medicine.

Dr Matilda Simic is a Fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP), and was a rural doctor in Chinchilla, prior to joining Priority Health Medical Centre in 2009.  

Outside of work, she enjoys travelling, and caring for her family and friends.

Dr Yasmin Esat ​

MBBS, FRACGP
Special Interests

Paediatrics, Women’s Health, Chronic disease.

Dr Yasmin Esat completed her MBBS at the University of Queensland and spent the following 3 years working between the PA, QE II and Mater Hospitals as well as various rural hospitals and GP clinics.

She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
(FRACGP) who has worked at Priority Health Medical Centre since 2015.

Dr Sitha Adriana

MD, FRACGP
Special Interests

Geriatrics (Elderly care), Implanon insertion/removal, Chronic Disease, Preventative Health, General Medicine, Mental Health, Patient Education.  

Dr Sitha Adriana is a Fellow of The Royal College of General Practitioners (FRACGP), and has previously worked in regional Queensland.  She loves all facets of general practice.

Dr Tuan Vu

MD, FRACGP
Special Interests

Preventative health and chronic disease management. General medicine. Mental health. Travel medicine. Minor procedures.

Dr Tuan Vu graduated from Griffith University with a Doctor of Medicine in 2016. He has previously worked at Ipswich Hospital where he has rotated through a variety of areas.  He enjoys the diversity of medicine and General Practice.

Outside of work, he likes to relax and enjoys games, coffee, travelling, photography, and keeping active with cycling and gym.

Dr Champika

Dr Champika Jinendradasa

FRCS(UK), FACRRM, FRACGP
Special Interests

Skin Cancers, Skin Medicine, ENT, General Medicine, and Minor Surgery & Procedures.

Dr Champika Jindendradasa is a Fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP), and has a special interest in Minor Surgery & Procedures.

Dr Anitha

Dr Anitha Makam

MBBS, FRACGP, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH, Professional Certificate Skin Cancer Medicine
Special Interests

Paediatrics, Women’s Health, Antenatal care (accredited with Mater antenatal shared care program), Mental Health, Sexual Health, Implant & Mirena insertion, Chronic Disease.  

Dr. Anitha Makam is an experienced GP from the UK, and is a Fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).

Outside of work, she enjoys cooking and looking after her young family.

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Dr Peter Pham

B.Pharm M.D FRACGP
Special Interests

Dr Peter a completed a degree in Pharmacy and Doctor of Medicine (M.D.). Since graduating in 2014, he has worked at Princess Alexandra Hospital and QE-II Jubilee Hospital.

Dr Peter enjoys many of the broad aspects in medicine.  His previous experiences were as a surgical resident and most recently a Medical Registrar in various specialties.

Outside of work, Peter enjoys spending time with his young family and friends, sports and cooking.

Dr Georgia Schiller

Dr Georgia Schiller

BMedSci, MBBS, FRACGP
Special Interests

General medicine, Chronic disease, Paediatrics, Women’s health, Mental health, Sexual health, Preventative health and Lifestyle medicine.

Dr Georgia Schiller has completed her specialty training in General Practice, earning her Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).

‘I enjoy the diversity of General Practice and the opportunity to provide individualised care to my patients. I enjoy getting to know my patients and the privilege of helping them to achieve their health goals. I believe there’s always more to learn and love that medicine is always growing and changing.

My 4 girls have been my best teachers. Most of all, they have taught me to embrace the present, and the chaos.’

Dr Adeline Gong

Dr Adeline Gong

Special Interests

Dr Adeline completed her medical studies and trained as a general practitioner in Scotland. In addition to her general practice training there, she also gained experience in internal medicine and is a Member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP UK).

Some of her special interests are mental health (worked in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry with additional mental health skills training within Australia), antenatal care (accredited with the Mater Maternity Shared Antenatal Care programme), as well as chronic disease (experience in geriatric and rehabilitation medicine in Singapore). She is also a member of the Australian Menopause Society.

Dr Julian Wood – Registrar

Special Interests

Special Interest – Skin Cancer, Head and Neck Cancer, ENT, General Surgery, Minor Surgery and procedures, preventive health, paediatrics and Chronic Disease Management.

Julian graduated from Griffith University in 2012 and has worked at Logan, Toowoomba, Cairns and Gold Coast Hospitals.

He has experience in a variety of specialities including ENT, General Surgery, ICU, General Medicine, Paediatrics and cute Mental Health. He has a keen interest in patient centered health care.

Outside work he enjoys hiking and mountaineering, travel and family time.

Dr Leah Hind

DR Leah Hind — MD, Registrar

Special Interests

Special Interest — General Medicine, Paediatrics and Women’s Health.

Leah completed a Bachelor of Science in Canada before moving to Australia and graduating with a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Queensland in 2019. She then spent three years working throughout Central Queensland before returning south and working at Ipswich Hospital.

Leah has experience in Paediatrics and has completed a postgraduate Certificate of Child Health. She has also spent time working in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and ENT. However, she enjoys all aspects of medicine and welcomes all patients.

Outside of work, Leah enjoys going to the beach with her cocker spaniel.

What is FRACGP?

Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) denotes safe, specialised, high-quality general practice care.

At Priority Health Medical Centre, Doctors are Fellows of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP), and Vocationally Registered Associates of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (GPs with 5yrs+ experience prior to the introduction of FRACGP), and our Registrars are qualified medical doctors who are undertaking advanced GP training to attain their FRACGP.  

The Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) is a specialist general practice qualification accredited by the Australian Medical Council.

While general practice is a recognised medical specialty, not all medical practitioners working as GPs in Australia hold a specialist general practice qualification. The attainment of the FRACGP signifies that a GP has been assessed as competent across the core skills of general practice enabling him or her to practice safely, unsupervised, anywhere in Australia.

What is a Registrar/Doctor?

A GP Registrar is a fully qualified medical doctor, undertaking advanced training to specialise in General Practice. The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Australia College of Rural and Remote Medicine requires General Practitioners to complete an advanced GP training program. Over at least two years, GP Registrars will attend placements at up to four different medical practices.

Here at Priority Health Medical Centre they receive a great opportunity to work in a highly functioning and supportive environment that focuses on family medicine and community health.  Being qualified medical doctors, GP Registrars are knowledgeable and skilled.  At times they may ask our Accredited Supervisors or Senior General Practitioners to assist them in your consultation for their expertise and advice in your health care.

Where is my Registrar?

After 12 months, Registrars may move onto their next placement.  Once they complete their final General Practice training requirements, they may return to us here at Priority Health Medical Centre.

We have welcomed and farewelled many brilliant and caring doctors over the years.