Our team works hard to not only make you feel better when you’re sick, but also to keep you healthy and happy the rest of the time. So if you haven’t found that clinic you feel comfortable with yet, we’d like to welcome you to your new medical home.
As a relationship based discipline, general practice seeks to build health, wellbeing and resilience through a continuing patient-doctor relationship of trust, clinical acumen, the application of best available evidence in the unique context of each consultation, and planned coordination of clinical teamwork, resources and services.
All of our doctors see all regular GP presentations. Anything that they have a special interest and extra training in, is listed in their profiles also.
Dr Kathryn is a very experienced and dedicated GP with special interests in women's health, pregnancy care and paediatric medicine. Kathryn has a wealth of experience in fertility health, menstrual disorders and PCOS, regularly consulting with patients presenting with complex health issues.
After graduating from UNSW in 2008 she obtained Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2013. Additionally, she obtained the Diploma of Child Health in 2012 and in 2013 she obtained the Certificate in Sexual Health and Family Planning. She holds Antenatal Shared Care Registration with both the Royal Hospital for Women and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital catering to all members of the Waterloo/Zetland community.
She is well known to many in the community having worked in the Green Square area since 2013. You’ll always find her in the local area chatting away with her patients at the shops or the local café, as she loves being an active part of our community. Her patients tend to adore her, so if you’re looking for your forever GP look no further!
Dr Andrew loves all aspect of general practice but has a special appreciation and extra skillset in skin cancer medicine and surgery.
Having originally trained at the University of Adelaide medical school, Andrew underwent a range of placements including rural emergency medicine, and anaesthesia training.
He has a special interest and advanced skills in skin checks, the diagnosis and management of skin cancer, and advanced skin cancer surgical procedures. This helps to identify and treat serious skin cancer much earlier than is typically possible as diagnosis to treatment can be undertaken with your own GP
He also has interests in mental health, men’s health and chronic disease management.
His spare time is usually spent with his young family, searching for the best Vietnamese roast pork rolls and riding his motorbike at the racetrack.
Dr Winnie is an experienced GP with an interest in holistic family medicine. She previously worked as a GP in the CBD. She graduated from Monash University in 2010, and obtained Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2015. She also has a Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health, and a Graduate Certificate of Paediatric Medicine from Sydney University.
Dr Winnie has a special interest in women's health and paediatric medicine, having previously worked at St George Hospital in both the Paediatric and Obstetrics & Gynaecology departments for 8 months each. She is one of the few GPs in the area who is accredited to provide medical termination of pregnancy service (abortion).
She is registered for Antenatal Shared Care with a number of hospitals, including the Royal Hospital for Women, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Royal North Shore Hospital, St George Hospital, and Canterbury Hospital. She is also experienced in looking after patients with chronic disease, and does skin checks and minor procedures.
Dr Winnie grew up in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs before moving to Melbourne for university. She returned to Sydney after graduating and still lives in the Eastern suburbs with her husband and daughter.
Dr Winnie is also fluent in Mandarin Chinese
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Dr Holly fellowed in 2017 and joined Green Square Health in 2020.
Dr Holly completed her medical education, including her Advanced Science degree, medical degree and Masters in Medicine at the University of Sydney. After pursuing divergent interests in orthopaedic surgery (bones) and ophthalmology (eyes), she found it was the depth and breadth of clinical practice offered by general practice that inspired her.
In 2017, she was admitted as a Fellow to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).
She has a strong interest in skin cancer medicine & advanced skin cancer surgery and continues to further her education in the field. She has interests in women’s health, child health & is a strong LGBTQIA+ ally. She is an s100 HIV prescriber & a gender-affirming hormone prescriber for trans-identifying patients. She is Sydney bred & a Redfern local of more than 7 years. She is an exercise nut, competing in multiple endurance obstacle events & skiing internationally every year & loves cats.
Dr Holly also has her own website full of information and resources. Check it out at hollythegeepee.com
Dr Vicky enjoys a holistic approach to General Practice, getting to know patients and their families from all walks of life.
In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, baking and having a good laugh with her family and friends.
She has a special interest in cardiovascular medicine, paediatric medicine, reproductive medicine and sexual health, having completed the National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health.
Dr Min enjoys getting to know new people and has joined our team to engage with our community.
He completed his medical training through Western Sydney University in 2015 and then went on to work at St George and Sutherland Hospitals. He then commenced working as a GP in 2018 and completed his fellowship in 2020. He has undertaken further training with a Diploma of Child Health and the Family Planning National Certificate of Reproductive & Sexual Health.
He has a particular interest in sexual health and after having worked at the Kirketon Road Centre, he is keen to continue applying the skills he has gained within a general practice scope. He also enjoys sports medicine and nutritional medicine with a strong focus on lifestyle measures being an important aspect of one’s overall health.
Outside of work, he enjoys staying active and social by playing touch football whilst also enjoying boxing and rock climbing. When he has some downtime he attempts to recreate cooking recipes with varying levels of success.
Dr Daniel loves the diversity and engagement from the Green Square community that he has decided to base his long term practice here and is a local resident.
When not seeing patients, he is often thinking of ways to make healthcare and healthy living more engaging and effort free for his patients. This ranges from useful patient information handouts, developing web and social media content, and constantly researching innovative ways to use technology to make general practice safer and more engaging for our community.
He has special interest in chronic disease care, men’s and women’s health, travel immunisations and advice, psychological medicine, skin cancer and cosmetic medicine.
Dr Angela enjoys all aspects of what general practice has to offer and will be gaining her specialist GP fellowship at the end of 2021.
She completed her medical training in 2016 and went on to work at Western Health in Melbourne before commencing work as a GP in Sydney in 2019. Additionally she has spent time completing a country paediatric term from which she gained a lot of experience and also enjoyed her time working in multiple emergency departments.
Prior to this Dr Angela completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Sydney before working in medical research whilst pursuing a professional swimming career. She went on to represent Australia at a World Cup level before deciding to pursue medicine.
Dr Angela has a special interest in women’s and children’s health, sports medicine, sexual health and general family medicine. She enjoys getting to know her patients and building good family relationships.
In her spare time you can find her reading, swimming and spending time with her nieces and nephew.
Caitlin has been working as a doctor since 2014, making the switch from hospital-based medicine to General Practice at the beginning of 2020. She grew up in Sydney but has spent several years living and working in regional NSW.
Caitlin is interested in everything General Practice has to offer, so if you’re after a GP who is warm, patient and thorough, she’d be delighted to help you to improve your health and well-being.
Charlotte is another member of our nursing dream team, working with the doctors to help provide the highest levels of care to our community. When not seeing patients face to face, she is always working hard behind the scenes to ensure results are dealt with in a timely manner, ensuring people aren't missing our on preventative health opportunities, and finding ways to always improve the service we offer.
Charlotte is able to provide all nursing services at Green Square Health. She works Monday to Friday.
Charlotte is also fluent in Mandarin Chinese
Marina is one of our amazing practice nurses, involved in many aspects of patient care. Often working behind the scenes, you might hear her familiar voice on the phone to help inform you of results, or remind you its time for a review.
Hailing from the shores of Ireland, Marina now calls Sydney home.