Dr Mohammed I Sultan is the owner and practice principal of the clinic, and prides himself on the professional, passionate team he has under his wings.
Mohammed was born in Durban, South Africa, where he qualified as a Medical Practitioner with a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery (MBChB) at the University of Natal in 1986. He migrated to Australia in 1998 and obtained his Fellowship of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and is registered with APHRA as a Specialist General Practitioner.
He has been a Medical Practitioner for over 30 years and has been a General Practitioner in Gatton for the past 19 years now. Mohammed consults in all areas of General Practice with a special interest in all Chronic Disease care especially Diabetes, Hypertension, Travel Medicine, Men’s Health and Skin Cancers.
Mohammed also performs anti-wrinkle treatment at his clinics. Treatments include upper face injections for frown lines and crows feet; performed hygienically in the privacy of our clinic.
He is also an accredited mentor and supervisor to GP Registrars. Mohammed is committed to training the next generation of Specialist General Practitioners and has been recognised with an Award by the GP Supervisor Association in 2019.
AHPRA Registration number: MED0000946637
Dr Richardy Hostiadi was born in Indonesia and migrated to Australia in 1997.
He initially trained as Registered Nurse before he switched to study Medicine at the University of Queensland Medical School where he graduated as a Doctor in 2013.
Richard worked at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, in several disciplines including Cardiology, Chronic pain, Paediatrics, and Obstetrics.
Richard obtained his Fellowship in General Practice (FRACGP) in December 2017, and registered as a Specialist General Practitioner.
His special interests are Cardiology and Chronic Disease management. He now does Acupuncture and Prolotherapy to assist with pain management, and is now a registered Medical Acupuncturist.
Richard is also passionate about sport in general and has completed 2 Marathons, a half Marathon, a Tough Mudder, a 14 km Spartan Race, and this year will compete in the Spartan Race at the Suncorp Stadium.
He joined the Clinic in 2016, and before long became a very integral part of our team.
AHPRA Registration number: MED0001863786
Dr Evelyn Rank prefers to be called Dr Evie, as she is called Evelyn only when she is in trouble.
She graduated from University of Queensland in 2011, and trained mainly in Ipswich Hospital and Gold Coast University Hospital.
She really enjoys people, loves food and is secretly a little bit of a geek. Her boys drag her out running, which she does reluctantly only so that she can have that little bit more chocolate after dinner.
Her favourite patients (if she is really honest) are those with multiple chronic medical conditions, the elderly and youth who don't quite fit the box.
Evie also speaks Malay
Evie spent a few months working at Gatton Hospital back in 2012 and is thrilled to be back in the area.
AHPRA Registration number: MED0001670244
Dr Farah Albi Abdul Patah prefers to be called Dr Albi.
Albi graduated from University of Melbourne in 2009 with Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery and has worked in various hospitals in Victoria, NSW and QLD.
She enjoyed all aspects of general practice but her special interest are Geriatric Medicine, Preventative medicine and Women Health.
Outside of medicine , Albi enjoys the travelling, healthy living and spending time with family and friends
AHPRA Registration number: MED0001208759
Dr Manjula Abeysinghe, originally from Sri Lanka, graduated from medical college in Sri lanka 12 years ago.
Manjula has worked both in General Practice and as a Hospital doctor for about 4 years in Sri Lanka, before relocating to Australia 8 years ago.
Since arriving here she has worked in the Emergency Department of the Ballarat Hospital and then at the Redland Hospital.
Manjula enjoys working with patients and providing good quality care, and is looking forward to expanding her skills in variety of areas at the Family Health Clinic. Manjula also speaks Singhalese.
Outside of patient care she loves to spend my time with her family and enjoys reading.
AHPRA Registration number: MED0002120651
Dr Rosalind Marshall, originally from the South-East of England, Dr Ros graduated from Imperial College, London in 2014 before completing her residency in Edinburgh, Scotland.
In search of better weather, she moved to the Gold Coast where she worked in the Surgical Departments at GCUH and Robina Hopital, followed by time in the Emergency Department at Logan Hospital and as a GP in Chinchilla.
Ros enjoys working with all patients, especially women, children, and those who may be nervous to see a doctor. She hopes you finds her room warm and welcoming!
Outside of work, Ros dabbles in pottery and Islamic geometry. She also loves to cook - especially with vegetables she’s managed to grow herself! However, she still struggling to make the perfect rice ...
AHPRA Registration number: MED0002047878
Dr Sagir Alibrahim or as he likes to be called Dr Zac.
Zac graduated from the University of Duhok in Iraq, and completed his residency in its hospitals before joining rural General Practice.
Joined his Australian wife in Brisbane, and qualified with AMC Certificate, he started working in Hervey Bay Emergency, then Medicine, Surgery and Renal Departments. Then moved back to Brisbane and work at The Prince Charles Hospital Children and Adult Emergencies, Mental Health, Orthopaedics, Medicine and Surgery Departments.
Zac loves being a generalist, a family physician, a specialist in all aspects of life and to walk through health and well-being journeys with his patients. Dr Zac also speaks Arabic, French and Kurdish.
When he puts his stethoscope and imaginary medical hat away, he is a husband, a father of two toddlers, who loves riding horses, be active, and read whenever there is any time ever to do so.
AHPRA Registration number: MED0002091847
Dr Saneetha Ponnusamy known to her patients as Dr Sangee, completed her Medical training in Dr MGR Medical University, Tamilnadu, India in 2001, after which she trained as an Ophthalmologist. After migrating to Australia, she has opted to become a Specialist General practitioner.
Dr Sangee will be available at FHC from 20th July 2020 and will be consulting on Monday, Tuesdays and some Saturdays.
She has keen interest in Adult and Children’s Mental health and does skin cancer checks. She also has wide experience in managing Chronic diseases like Hypertension, Diabetes, Obesity, Heart problems, Asthma and COPD.
She loves Yoga, Meditation, classical Music and Dance. Dr Sangee is a mother of two and has a strong belief in making positive difference to people’s lives through primary health care.