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The Doctors
Please note that all the doctors are independent  contractors and are tenants at the premises and responsible for their own billings.

Dr Michelle Li (MBBS, MS, DCH, FRACGP)

graduated from the University of  NSW in 2006 and has experience in General/Plastic Surgery, Paediatrics and general medicine. She is also a medical educator with Wentwest and has interests in womens health  and family planning. Michelle is also fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.

Dr Linda Tran (MBBS, DCH, FRACGP)

graduated from the UNSW in 2012 and trained at various hospitals throughout Western Sydney. She joined the practice during her GP training and became a fellow of the Royal Australian College of GPs in 2017. She is keen to be involved in Medical Education and is involved in training medical students from the University of Notre Dame and the University of Western Sydney. In her spare time, she enjoys netball and music.

Dr. Prakash Mistry  (MBBCh)

graduated from the University of Witswatersrand (South Africa) in 1982 and has experience in General Medicine, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Surgery and Intensive Care. He has 24 years experience as a GP and has done short courses in Adolescent Medicine, Psychiatry and Counselling. He is able to speak multiple languages including English, Gujarati, Hindi and Afrikaans.


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Dr Andrew Read (Bachelor of Medical Studies (Distinction)/ Doctor of Medicine; Sydney Child Health Program, FRACGP)

completed his medical studies at the University of New South Wales in 2019. He enjoys all aspects of general health, with a special interest in:

- Paediatrics and Child Health (having taken a postgraduate Child Health diploma)

- Women's Health

- Men's Health

- Adolescent Health

- LGBTQIA+ Health


Andrew's approach to healthcare is taking a broad focus and working with the patient to figure out their goals, rather than only focusing on disease.


Outside of medicine, Andrew is an avid singer and musical theatre performer who can often be seen performing in musicals across Sydney, having starred in shows such as 'In the Heights,' 'The Addams Family', 'Chicago' and 'Les Misérables.' 


He works at the practice Monday to Thursday, and is happy to see new patients. 

The practice has been open since 2006 and was closed for a short period from February 2015 until April 2015. It is now under new management with new doctors as noted below.


The combined experience in General Practice will allow us to  provide a quality, ethical, and comprehensive medical service for all individuals and families in our community.

The practice is a true general practice in that it sees a broad range of cases and the continuity of care allows the independent doctors to see generations of families at various stage of their life from childhood to the elderly. The independent doctors place a strong emphasis on prevention and improving quality of life. Preventative medicine, treatment of common diseases and minor surgery as well as counselling and mental health are also within the scope of this practice.


This is an Accredited, computerised practice with dedicated consulting rooms, a treatment room and broadband internet on all computers. There are three independent doctors as well as a training practice practice for the RACGP with rotating GP registrars. The doctors are supported by efficient, experienced and friendly receptionists and a Practice Nurse.

The aim is to adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards in order to provide the best level of care for the patients in the community. As part of the commitment to excellence, all the doctors participate in ongoing medical education and in RACGP Quality Assurance activities.

We are ably supported by our practice nurse - Mona Patel, our receptionists - Tania, Sandra and Linda.



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