Our Doctors

Dr. Monique Akouri


Dr Monique Akouri graduated with Honours from The University Of Tasmania in 2006. Since graduating she completed 4 years training at The Royal Hobart Hospital, before moving back to Sydney to work at Sydney Childrens Hospital, Royal Prince Alfred & Campbelltown Hospital.
Dr Akouri is due to complete her FRACGP training in December 2017. She also has a Diploma in Child Health & National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health.

Dr Akouri enjoys all areas of General Practice, with particular interest in womens & childrens health, geriatrics & chronic health issues. Dr Akouri is available Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays & participates in a Saturday rotation roster.

Dr. Tim Carroll

MBBS MRCGP, MRCP / Diploma in Dermatology

Dr Carroll is an experienced GP from London having previously worked as a partner at a busy practice. He has an interest in dermatology and works as a GP undertaking skin checks, dermoscopy and minor procedures.

Dr Carroll is available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.


Dr. Sinead Cassidy


Dr Cassidy went to the University of Glasgow in Scotland and completed her GP training in the United Kingdom. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice including family care, women and children’s health and care of the elderly.

Dr Cassidy consults Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. She also participates in a Saturday rotation roster.

Dr. Aaron Chien


Originally from Myanmar, Dr Chien graduated in 2006 before moving to Australia. Dr Chien completed his GP training in Tasmania and attained Fellowship recognition with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2014.

Dr Chien is available Monday to Friday and participates in a Saturday rotation roster.

Dr Mary Beth MacIsaac


Originally from Canada, Dr MacIsaac graduated and completed Fellowship in 2008 before moving to Australia and obtaining a Fellowship Ad Eundum Gradum from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr MacIsaac holds a Diploma in Child Health, and has interests in medical education, Women’s Health and Childrens Health.


Dr. Jodie Parker


Jodie studied her bachelor of medicine through both the University of New England and University of Newcastle.
She completed her FRACGP at the beginning of 2017. Jodie enjoys caring for all members of the family and working with other health professionals to achieve the best health outcomes for her patients. Her interests include children’s health and women’s health.
She also takes part in the “Shared Care Program”, looking after women through their pregnancy.
Dr Parker is available from Tuesday to Friday and participates in a Saturday rotation roster.

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