Doctors

Providing a comprehensive general practice service.

Meet the team of health professionals

Doctors

Dr. Benjamin Teh

(MBChB, FRACGP)
Independent Practitioner

Languages spoken:
English, Malay

Dr Benjamin Teh graduated with MbChB ( Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) from University of Auckland, New Zealand in Nov 2007, FRACGP ( Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practice) in October 2014.

He has worked and managed in various areas including renal medicine, respiratory medicine, cardiology, gastroenterology, neurology, endocrinology, geriatrics, oncology and hematology.

He worked in Wallaroo Clinic, Wallaroo Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital before practicing medicine ranged from children having a viral upper respiratory tract infection to multiple medical conditions in the elderly in the community locally.

Dr Teh also has an interest in minor procedures, such as, Implanon insertion and removal, Skin excisions and wound care.

Dr. Benjamin Teh consults Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday.

Dr. Ewa Paul

(MB, FRACGP)
Independent Practitioner

Languages spoken:
English, Polish

Dr Ewa grew up in Poland and migrated to Australia in 2009. She obtained her medical degree from Medical University in Bydgoszcz in 1999. Dr Ewa obtained her fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) in 2009.

Ewa has been working as a medical practitioner since 2001. She was working in Ireland from 2007 to 2009.
Ewa has been working in Virginia Medical Centre since 2009. She knows the local community well and enjoys providing care to all stages in the community. Her special interests include Women’s Health, Elderly Care, Chronic Disease Management and Mental Health.

Dr. Paul consults Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.

Dr. Mahamudur Hassan

(MBBS,MMedSci,Adv Dip EM (ACEM, Australia) )
Independent Practitioner

Languages spoken:
English, Bangla

Dr. Mahamudur Hassan graduated MBBS from Bangladesh and moved to the UK for 6 years, working and gaining further medical qualifications before he moved to Australia 2006.

Since then he has worked in different states and different major regional and remote hospital in Australia, gaining a vast work experience in emergency medicine and obtained Adv Dip EM (ACEM) in 2020.

His special interests include acute medicine, sports injuries & children and men’s health.

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Hassan loves sports, especially cricket and soccer and he enjoys traveling and is highly involved with community work including helping IMG.

Dr. Hassan consults on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Dr. Francis Ko

Dr. Ko has a special interest in Men’s Health, Geriatrics and Chronic Disease Management.

He will be consulting from Virginia Medical Centre on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Dr. Soravee Kiranantawat

Languages spoken:
English, Thai, Mandarin (Chinese)

Dr Soravee Kiranantawat graduated with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from The University of Adelaide.

She has worked in many tertiary hospitals in South Australia including Royal Adelaide Hospital, Lyell McEwin Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital prior to joining General Practice.

Dr Kiranantawat enjoys all aspects of General Practice with interests in minor procedures, skin and women’s health.

Outside of work, she is an avid cyclist who loves coffee and enjoys perfecting her own morning brew.

Dr Kiranantawat consults, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday’.

Dr. Edwin Choy

(MBChB, FRACGP)
Independent Practitioner

Languages spoken:
English, Malay Cantonese

Dr Choy graduated from university of Auckland in 2007. He has undertaken most of his post graduate training in South Australia including at the Lyell McEwin and Modbury Hospitals. He joined general practice in 2012 and since 2014 has been a Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practice.

Over the years, he has also spent time in regional rural SA in Yorke Peninsula and Northern Territory.

He has special interest in chronic disease management especially Diabetes, Asthma, COPD, and Obesity. He is also interested in Children’s and Men’s Health. He performs minor procedures including implanon insertion and removal. Dr. Choy is an accredited Medical Acupuncturist. He is also an examiner for Royal Australian College of General Practice.

Outside work, he enjoys spending time gardening.

Dr. Choy consults on Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

Dr. Noor Suhana Mohd

(MBBS, FRACGP)
Independent Practitioner

Languages spoken:
English, Malay

Dr Noor Suhana Mohd Graduated with MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from The Adelaide University in 2011. She obtained her Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) in 2019.

She has worked in various hospital across Adelaide including Lyell Mcewin Hospital, Modbury Hospital and Flinders Hospital in various fields including Paediatrics and Emergency. She has also spent a year working rurally in Renmark.

Her special interests includes Paediatrics, having also completed the Diploma of Child Health through Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Women’s Health, Chronic Health and Adolescent Medicine. Dr Suhana is able to perform Implanon insertions/ removals and minor procedures.

Outside of work she enjoys traveling and community work having been involved with ethnic school teaching and writing for a local community magazine.

Dr. Suhana consults Monday, Tuesday Thursday & Friday.

Dr. Rohit Soi

(MBBS, EM Dip(ACEM), FEM(RCGP-UK))
Independent Practitioner

Languages spoken:
English, Hindi and Punjabi.

Dr Rohit Soi completed his MBBS from India and went on to obtain Fellowship in Emergency medicine from Royal college of General Practitioners.

He moved to Australia in 2005 and has trained at Royal Hobart, Launceston General, Flinders and Royal Adelaide hospitals. He completed his Advanced Diplomate in Emergency medicine and moved into Rural general practice.

Dr Soi’s special interests are Emergency medicine, Chronic disease management, Men’s health, paediatric care.

Dr. Soi consults at Virginia Medical Centre on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Dr. James Gulati

Dr James Gulati graduated with MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) from the University of Limerick, Ireland in 2016. He then trained as an intern and resident in the UK for two years before continuing his training in Australia since 2019. He is currently working as a GP registrar.

He was worked in various areas including emergency medicine, general medicine, general surgery, gastroenterology and paediatrics and spent time working in both Adelaide and various rural towns in South Australia.

In addition to work, James has a strong interest in travelling and enjoys a round of golf.

Dr Gulati consults Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Dr. Shin Loong

Dr Loong is a male doctor consulting at Virginia Medical Centre Tuesday to Friday.

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday
9:00am - 1:00pm

Phone (08) 8380 9145

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