Dr. Mary Wang
MBBS, B PHarm (Hons),FRACGP, DCH
Dr Wang has a background in both pharmacy and medicine, having completed a Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours), and then going on to continue her studies at University of Sydney in Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery. She is a fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Since 2016, Dr Wang has trained and worked in a diverse range of clinics and communities both in Sydney and the Central/Mid North Coast. Her particular interests include preventive care, general internal medicine, skin cancer and minor procedures. She has also had a lot of experience in paediatric medicine and women’s health.
Dr Wang is fluent in English and Mandarin. In her spare times, she enjoys sports such as jogging and playing badminton, exploring the outdoors, trying out new restaurants and cafes, and cooking.
Dr. Sumit Chadha
MPthy, MBBS, FRACGP
Sumit began his career as a Physiotherapist training at Sydney University. He gained extensive experience, working for nearly 5 years in various sports practices in Sydney, Brisbane and Canberra.
He has worked with a diverse group of patients from elite athletes to the weekend warriors. Sumit completed a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy and gained a Level 3 Accreditation, which is the highest Physiotherapy merit. He completed a research project at the AIS in Canberra analysing soccer injuries and his expertise is in Biomechanics and running, he also specialises in shoulders and knees.
Medicine was Sumit’s passion and attracted him. He trained at the Australian National University and whilst at University he won the GP award. Subsequently he worked as an intern at Royal North Shore Hospital where he gained essential experience in General Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Geriatrics, Paediatrics and of course General Practice.
Sumit plans to undertake further specialisation in joint injections.
In his spare time Sumit loves playing with his young daughters and losing tennis matches to his wife. He is also a keen soccer player.
Dr Trevor Hunter
MBBS (Hons), MRCP (UK), Dip. CH (Lond), Dip. Obst. RACOG
Dr Hunter has practised at NRFMP since 1989, and has particular interests in paediatrics, youth counselling, preventive care, and minor surgery. A keen diver himself, he performs diving medical examinations. He is available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and some Saturdays
Dr John Lee
MBBS (Hons), FRACGP
Dr Lee joined the practice in 1998. His interests are general internal medicine (cardiology, asthma, diabetes), minor surgery / procedures / cryotherapy, paediatrics & geriatrics. He also speaks some Cantonese. Dr Lee is available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and some Saturdays.
Dr Patricia Burke
Dr Burke graduated from Sydney University. She did her training at Hornsby Hospital and has worked in both the country and city. She began at this practice in 1998. Her interests include preventive care, paediatrics, shared antenatal care & women’s health. Dr Burke is available Monday, Wednesday & Thursday & some Saturdays.
Dr Linda Calabresi
Dr Calabresi commenced part-time at Cox’s Rd in 2014. She currently works Mondays, Wednesdays & participates in a Saturday rotation