Doctor Fereshteh Sabet-Peyman has gained a wealth of experience in all areas of General Medicine, having practiced as a GP for more than 38 years. Her special interests include paediatrics, women's health, antenatal care and all aspects of general medicine. In her free time, Fereshteh likes to travel.
Dr Peng (Lisa) Li, Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioner (FRACGP), was working as a geriatrician in China before moving to Adelaide in 2012. To ensure the continued provision of safe and effective care that meets best practice standards to her patient, she regularly participates in continuing professional development and training opportunities.
She has completed the National Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health. She has been accredited in Mirena insertion and removal, Implanon insertion and removal, antenatal shared care, skin lesion management, skin cancer check and management, common clinical procedures such as wedge resection of ingrown toenail and sebaceous cyst removal, a HBV prescriber for patients with chronic hepatitis B infection and a provider of GP Focused Psychological Strategies for patients with mental health issues.
- Skin cancer check up and management, common skin problems
- Common clinical procedures
- Women’s and children’s health
- Shared obstetric care
- Intra-uterine contraceptive device (IUD) insertion
- Mental health therapy
She has two children, enjoying spending time with her family, travelling and playing tennis.
Languages spoken by Dr Li include English and Mandarin.
Doctor Mishra has more than 30 years of experience working in the medical field. She graduated in 1988 and completed her post-graduate studies in India, specialising as an Ophthalmologist in 1991. Dr Mishra worked as a consultant ophthalmologist until moving to the UK in 1996 where she took some time off to look after her children. Dr Mishra arrived in Adelaide in 1999 where she worked as an honorary registrar in the Department of Ophthalmology at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for an 18-month duration. Dr Mishra then began working as a medical officer in the busy Emergency Department of the TQEH and continued to work as a senior medical officer for 11 years. Teaching and taking regular tutorials for medical students, ED interns and RMO’s has been of particular interest.
Bhavna joined the GP training program in 2011 and worked as a GP registrar in various clinics for 3 years before achieving fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practice. She also participated in courses at the Women’s and Children’s hospital where she gained a Diploma in Child Health.
Dr Mishra likes to practice medicine with "an extra care factor" for her patients. Special interests include paediatrics, dermatology, women’s health and ophthalmology.
Dr Sushil Jaiswal has been a General Practitioner since 1995.
He is a Fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
He has vast experience in addressing medical conditions and helping patients from all ages and social backgrounds.
Away from work, he enjoys music and painting.
Doctor Lucy Lu is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, a Diplomat of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (RANZCOG) and a member of the Joint Consultative Committee of Anaesthesia (JCCA).
Dr Lu started her internship at the Modbury Hospital in 2006, she was then employed at the Women's and Children's Hospital, the Royal Adelaide Hospital, as well as the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, and continued on to attain an advanced Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and a diploma in Anaesthetics.
After working as a country GP proceduralist in Jamestown, Kadina and Clare, Dr Lu moved back to be a doctor in Adelaide. She has experience in women's and children's health, chronic disease management, nursing home and palliative care. She is also passionate about dermatology, which stems from previous regular skin clinic work in rural areas doing routine skin cancer checks and procedures.
Dr Lu is currently undertaking a skin cancer medicine course through the University of Queensland, and is working weekly at a skin cancer clinic. She is highly respected among her peer doctors, particularly due to her extensive experience in the field of medicine, and is dedicated to servicing the community as a GP in Adelaide CBD.
Doctor Niranja Colombaarachchi is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, she has particular interests in women's and children's health, minor procedures, such as iron infusion, Implanon and Mirena/IUD insertion and removal.
Doctor Yun Li is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and a general practitioner who specializes in medical acupuncture. She gained additional qualification in acupuncture in 2014 through the Australian Medical Acupuncture College (AMAC). She is currently registered as a GP with the addition of being a medical acupuncturist and is hoping to help people with acupuncture treatment.
New patients to Dr Li will not require a referral and all acupuncture consultations will attract the same Medicare rebates as standard GP consultations. Dr Li's mainly focuses on acupuncture treatment for treating all kinds of medical disorders such as;
. Frozen Shoulder
. Neck pain
. Tennis Elbow
. Low back pain
. Achilles tendonitis
. Shin splints
. Plantar fasciitis
. Peripheral neuropathy
. Work cover related Musculoskeletal injuries
. Sports injuries
. Hay fever
. Preparing for IVF
. Women periods disorder
Languages spoken by Dr Li include English and Chinese (Mandarin).