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We aim to lead through excellence in all health services.
Our policy is to see all sick children on the day requested.
We are an Agpal accredited practice
Dr Graeme Davey graduated from Sydney University and did his residency at Hornsby Hospital. He joined the GP training scheme at Hornsby and spent time in general practice in Castle Hill and Yass and then the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Broken Hill. Graeme then spent 6 months at Penrith Hospital studying Obstetrics and successfully completed his Diploma of Obstetrics. He then left Australia for 2 years, working in New Zealand and UK doing GP locums (accompanied by his wife and 2 sons aged 1 month and 2 years) returning to Australia in 1978, when he joined Dr Ross Hayter at the Dean Street Medical Group. With the arrival of further doctors the practice outgrew the rooms and so the Gardens was “born” and we moved surgery in May 2008.
Graeme’s main interest is providing all facets of a family general practice as well as minor surgical procedures.
“My interests outside of medicine over the years are family and grandchildren. I have enjoyed skiing, cycling, tennis, squash, swimming, local wineries and more recently golf.”
Dr Adrian Kay graduated from the University of NSW. He worked at the Royal Prince Alfred, Albury Base Hospital And Penrith where he gained his diploma of Obstetrics.
He moved to Albury in 1982 to join The Dean Street Medical Group. He is a founding director of The Gardens Medical Group.
Adrian enjoys the diversity of general practice.
“My interests include fishing, footy, water skiing, gardening and especially time with the family.”
Dr Victor Karaffa was born in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania in the USA and migrated to Australia as a child. He attended high school in Adelaide and did his medical training at Flinders University of South Australia. Dr Karaffa’s post graduate hospital experience was at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and at Albury Base and Mercy Hospitals, including a diploma of obstetrics from the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. After doing locums for about 15 months, Dr Karaffa joined the then Dean Street Medical Group, taking over from the retiring partner, Dr Ross Hayter. After running out of space at the Dean Street rooms, we built and moved into the Gardens Medical Centre allowing expansion of the services provided to our patients.
“I enjoy the full mix of clinical problems that patients present in General Practice. From obstetric shared care and paediatrics to palliative care and geriatrics, they all have their individual challenges and rewards. When not working in the field of medicine, I enjoy amateur music making performing (singing in the Murray Conservatorium Choir and playing viola in the Murray Conservatorium Orchestra). Luckily my wife Sue and son William both show an interest in and aptitude for music which allows us to share this common interest.”
Dr Patrick Farrell has been a General Practitioner in Albury since after taking over the practice of [Late] Dr R King Stevenson at Olive St Clinic, 1987. Prior to general practice he had a 10 year hospital career featuring Emergency Medicine and Medical Administration, including 3 years as Deputy Medical Superintendent Albury Base Hospital.
Past President of Albury Base Visiting Medical Officers and Border Medical Associations. Past Board member of Border Division of General Practice.
Professional interests other than general practice include orthopaedic surgical assistant AWPH and Insight Clinic medical support at AWPH, VMO Albury Mercy.
Dr Farrell joined The Gardens Medical Group in 2008 after 10 years solo general practice and is enjoying the advantages of a modern multiservice medical practice.
Dr Ian Cook undertook study in Organic chemistry with BSC (Hons) and PhD at University of Western Australia with post doctoral studies in the synethic chemistry of biogically active compounds, before completing his medical studies. Upon graduation he served for 3 years with the Australian Army, 1 year at Kapooka, Wagga Wagga and 2 years in Lae, PNG.
On return to Australia he worked in his own practice and then for the Federal Health Department, until starting a busy solo practice in Taree.
During his time in Taree he completed a Masters of Family Medicine (Monash University) and was appointed a Conjoint Senior Lecturer at Newcastle University. He graduated with a Medical Doctorate in evidence based medicine in 2009 and has just this year been promoted to Conjoint Associate Professor of NSW, Conjoint Senior Lecturer at Newcastle University.
“"Doctor Cook has made wide interests in general medicine and also follows Australian Rules Football being the club doctor for a number of teams over the years. Dr Cook is working full time in this area because of his grandchildren who live in Finlay."”
Dr Paul Evans joined our Practice in February 2011.
Dr Michael Thomas joined our Practice in May 2011. Dr Thomas is a CASA Accredited doctor and Obstetrician.
Dr Micheal Giltrap joined our Practice in July 2011.
Dr Rebecca McGowan joined our practice in July 2011.
Dr James Chenoweth joined our Practice in April 2013
Dr Natasha McLellan joined our practice in August 2011.
Dr Stephen Zhao joined our Practice in February 2012.
Dr Julia Khaled joined our Practice in February 2011.
Dr Sajee Fernando joined our Practice in February 2012.
Dr Mohammed Quazi joined our Practice in November 2012.
Dr Glenn Davies joined our Practice in February 2013.
Dr Keith Abraham joined our practice in February 2012.
Gardens Medical Centre Level 3, 470 Wodonga Place Albury NSW 2640
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