GP Position Available
Join Our Team!
Join Our Team!
Dr Mary Ross graduated from the University of NSW in 1991 and previously worked in Canberra, the UK, and in her self-established Tumut GP practice for 15 years. Dr Ross established Trail Street Medical Centre in 2011 with the aim to provide quality and accessible medical services to the Wagga Wagga community.
Family medicine, mental health and drug & alcohol.
Family time with her two sons, horse racing and travel.
Dr Emma Vieira completed her studies at the University of Newcastle. Originally from Dubbo, she has now settled at The Rock with her husband and three young children. She has extra training in emergency medicine and paediatrics from her previous experience at Westmead Children’s Hospital in Sydney.
Paediatrics, geriatrics and chronic disease.
Time with family, cooking and tennis.
Dr. Jaison Mangahis graduated from the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines. He has worked in Liverpool Hospital and in Tumut. In Tumut he worked in a busy rural GP practice. Additionally he worked as a VMO in Tumut hospital and is experienced dealing with acute emergencies.His young family are settled in Wagga, he loves the relaxed lifestyle and plans to stay.
Geriatrics and chronic diseases.
Travel, Geography and Family time.
Dr Udara Gunawardane graduated from the University of NSW in 2013. He completed his hospital training in Sydney hospitals (St George/Sutherland/Nepean) prior to joining the GP Synergy registrar training program. Dr Udara recently completed a rural medical term in General Practice/Hospital placement in Temora. He has now settled back in Wagga with his young family.
General practice, Chronic disease.
Family and travel.
Dr Khin Kway graduated from University of Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) in 2012. Dr Khin started working in Alice Springs Hospital in Northern Territory for nearly 3 years prior to her General Practice placement with GP Synergy. Dr Khin recently worked in Temora and has now settled at Trail Street Medical Centre in Wagga Wagga.
Chronic Medical conditions, children’s and women’s health.
Travel and spending time with family and friends.