General Practitioner Registrar/Doctor
What is a Registrar/Doctor?
A GP Registrar is a fully qualified medical doctor, undertaking advanced training to specialise in General Practice. The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Australia College of Rural and Remote Medicine requires General Practitioners to complete an advanced GP training program. Over at least two years, GP Registrars will attend placements at up to four different medical practices.
Here at Priority Health Medical Centre they receive a great opportunity to work in a highly functioning and supportive environment that focuses on family medicine and community health. Being qualified medical doctors, GP Registrars are knowledgeable and skilled. At times they may ask our Accredited Supervisors or Senior General Practitioners to assist them in your consultation for their expertise and advice in your health care.
Where is my Registrar?
After 12 months Registrars some times move onto their next placement. Once they complete their final exams they may return to us here at Priority Health Medical Centre.
We have welcomed and farewelled many brilliant, caring doctors over the years.
Who are our Registrars?
Our Registrars are:
We are excited to announce 5 Registrars to our team in 2018 – Watch this space!
Dr Fang-Wei Chen
Paediatric and Adolescent health, Women’s health, Antenatal health, Implanon removal and insertion, Mental health, Older people’s health
Dr Fang-Wei Chen is from Brisbane and completed her training at the University of Queensland. She welcomes a holistic approach to healthcare and wellness.
Dr Shabarish Kamalanathan – Registrar
General medicine in all ages including Adult, Adolescent and Paediatric Health
Dr. Shabarish Kamalanathan grew up in Brisbane and completed his training at the University of Tasmania. He completed his residency at the Gold Coast University Hospital and has since decided to pursue a career in General Practice.
Dr Georgia Schiller – Registrar
BMedSc, MBBS, RACGP Registrar
Women’s and Men’s health, Paediatrics, Antenatal care, Chronic Disease management, Musculoskeletal medicine, Mental health, Holistic health care and Preventative medicine.
Dr Georgia Schiller graduated from Griffith University Medical School in 2010. She enjoys all areas of General Practice and the opportunity to care for patients holistically across the lifespan.
Dr Tejminder Sandhu – Registrar
MBBS, B.Pharm, GradCert SpMed (UQ)
Tej graduated with MBBS from the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra in 2011.
Since then he has spent several years working in the hospital system mainly in the areas of Intensive Care and General Medicine at both the QEII and Mater Hospitals in Brisbane.
Tej also has an interest in sports medicine and in 2016 he completed a Graduate Certificate in Sports Medicine with UQ.
Outside of medicine he likes to follow the Brisbane Broncos and regularly attend their home games. He also enjoys gym and sports/recreation in general.
Dr Matthew Mills – Registrar
Matt graduated with a BPharm from UQ in 2004 and MBBS in 2011. He has worked mostly locally at Ipswich General Hospital for the majority of the last five years. He spent most of his time in Emergency and General Medicine with sometime in Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and General Surgery. Matt also worked at Princess Alexandra Hospital for 18 months in Orthopaedics.
Matt enjoys all aspects of medicine and has a keen interest in Trauma, Fracture Care, Minor operations, Men’s health, Weight loss and Chronic Disease management.
To relax Matt likes to nerd it up by playing something from his vast video game collection, enjoy some chess and board games, or any movie with explosions or car chases (preferably both).