GP+ refers to those GPs who have completed advanced training in particular areas of interest in order to provide higher levels of expert care.
Dr Henny Tamboto
BSc MBBS MS
Dr Henny Tamboto received her medical degree (MBBS) and Master of Surgery (MS) from the University of New South Wales. She has worked extensively in the public hospital sector, particularly in the fields of general, breast and plastic surgery. She was awarded the John Ham Medal by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Surgical Research Society of Australasia Travel Grant for her research.
Henny has a special interest in the management of skin cancer. Australia is the skin cancer capital of the world and early diagnoses are essential to avoid invasive surgery and disfigurement. Henny continues to advance her knowledge and skills by undertaking dermoscopy courses and participating in the Skin Cancer Summit. She believes regular screening and surveillance should be considered as part of a preventative approach, and suggests everyone become familiar with his or her skin.
Dr Tim Carroll
Dr Timothy Carroll graduated from King’s College London in 2006. He completed his GP training in London and the surrounding areas. Once qualified as a GP, he began his dermatology training in 2011 completing the Diploma in practical dermatology and certification in dermoscopy at Cardiff University. He then gained experience in dermatology working at the Manchester Royal Infirmary for two years before returning to King’s in London. He worked as a GP plus in dermatology until moving to Sydney in 2017 with his wife and three children.
Professor Anand Deva
Professor Anand Deva is the Director of Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery at the Australian School of Advanced Medicine and a founding member of Macquarie Cosmetic Plastic Surgery, Macquarie University. He has over 10 years of experience in private practice and continues to cover the entire spectrum of cosmetic, plastic, reconstructive, hand and microsurgery. His special interests include cosmetic surgery of the face and breast.
Professor Deva is considered a leading academic and has published widely on issues related to wound healing and surgical infection, especially in relation to implantable medical devices. He has been a consultant to both government and biomedical companies and is a frequent invited speaker at both local and international meetings.
Professor Deva graduated from the University of Sydney in 1991 and was awarded first class honours and the University Medal in Medicine. After completing internship and residency at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, he was admitted into advanced training in General Surgery in 1994 and completed a Masters of Surgery in 1996. He commenced advanced training in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery in 1996 and obtained his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery) in 2000. He has received numerous awards and prizes that recognise his contribution to research and teaching. In addition to his training in Australia, Professor Deva has spent time at both Harvard and New York Universities furthering both clinical and research interests.
Associate Professor Gazi Hussain
Associate Professor Gazi Hussain is a specialist plastic and reconstructive surgeon with primary interests in cosmetic surgery, facial and breast surgery, microsurgery and skin cancer surgery. He attended the University of New South Wales and after graduating with an MBBS degree he undertook ten years of training in surgery. In 1999 he was awarded a Fellowship in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
Associate Professor Hussain subsequently spent one year in Toronto, Canada to undertake further advanced training in facial paralysis surgery, cosmetic surgery and microsurgery. Highly recognised in his field and widely considered by peers as one of Australia’s leading experts on facial reanimation surgery, He has also written multiple academic papers and been a guest presenter at international medical conferences.
Our administrative staff are committed to the concept of integrated care. Their focus is on the patient journey and to help facilitate access to all services. We are committed to recording patient feedback to continuously improve our standards.
- Mustafa Ozluk – Project Manager, Integrated Healthcare Clinics
- Joanne McShane – Practice Manager
- Samantha Guest – Practice Receptionist and Administrative Assistant
- Rachel Shine – Practice Receptionist and Administrative Assistant
- Asa Fredricksson – Practice Receptionist and Administrative Assistant
Our Skin Clinic has a dedicated specialist nurse who performs part of a patient’s care and guides patients through any treatment that they might have.
- Emma Xiang
- Stella Pan