Dr Jahangir Khan (Dr Jahan)
Dr Khan has been a practicing GP in Australia since 2010. He holds a Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Dr Khan is an experienced GP who can help his patients in managing everyday health issues, including minor procedures. He has a special interest in the management of Chronic Disease, including Diabetes.
In addition to English, Dr Khan is also fluent in Punjabi, Bangla, Urdu and Hindi.
Dr Geoffrey Madden
Dr. Geoffrey Madden graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery in 1983. Dr. Madden established his career in Queensland, in 1984-86 working at the Bundaberg Base Hospital before moving to Redcliffe Hospital in 1987.
In 1989 Dr. Madden qualified as a General Practitioner, completing the Family Medicine Program and has since worked in General Practice. In 2007 he took a role as Medical Adviser, Department of Veteran’s Affairs, Brisbane.
Dr. Madden has published several papers in the Australian Family Physician and other recognised Journals and has special interests in the areas of family health.
Outside of his professional duties, Dr Madden enjoys spending time with his lovely wife and four children and has been a member of his local parish ensemble for over twenty years.
DR VISHNU VASUDEVAN
Dr Vishnu Vasudevan graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Kasturba Medical College, India in 1998. He has been a practicing GP in Australia since 2006 having worked in multiple disciplines in hospital as well as indigenous health. He completed his Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2012.
Dr Leila Shahmohammadi
Dr Leila Shahmohammadi is a vocationally qualified and experienced female General Practitioner having completed her Doctor in Medicine in 2009 from Mashhad Azad University of Medical Science, Iran. After graduation she worked in General Practice in Iran for 2 years before migrating to Australia. She has over 10 years of experience in General Practice and has been working in Queensland since 2015. She is a Fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Dr Leila has special interests in Women’s Health, Antenatal, Mental health, Skin Cancer amongst other areas of General Practice.
Dr Leila speaks Farsi.
Dr Pran Lal
MBBS, FRNZCGP, FRACGP, FAMPA (NZ)
Dr Pran Lal completed his Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Punjab University, India in 1979. After being awarded his medical degree, he had his initial training in Fiji and moved to New Zealand as a General Practitioner until 1987. He then moved to Gold Coast Australia in 2006.
He commenced his Australian medical career in Gold Coast and has since been working in General Practice across many Practices. He was awarded his Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) in 2006. He was a Clinical Examiner for RACGP until 2019.
Dr Pran is an experienced General Practitioner and practices in all areas of General Medicine including Chronic Disease Management, Paediatrics, Iron Infusions, Men’s and Women’s Health, Ear Nose and Throat, Complex Disease Management and minor Surgery and Skin Cancer.
Dr Pran speaks English, Gujarati, Hindi and Punjabi.