Senior General Practitioner
Dr. Asad is the senior GP here at AWAHS and has been here since 2011, having worked as a doctor since 1998. Dr. Asad is responsible for looking after patients health issues as well as supervising our registrars and medical students and helps with the management of AWAHS. He loves his job because he is passionate about Aboriginal health and wants to help close the gap in Aboriginal health, he also loves all the staff he gets to work with and the local ATSI community. In his spare time, Dr. Asad like to pray, read and watch documentaries on various topics.
Dr. Pat is a long serving GP here at AWAHS and has more than 10 years experience. Pat also works as a part time medical administrator with Albury Wodonga Health and RVTS and is a GP Obstetrician. Pat loves his job here at AWAHS because he gets to work with a great group of patients. In his spare time, Pat enjoys keeping fit by cycling at least 200 Ks a week.
Tess is a GP Obstetrician here at AWAHS and has been since 2009, with over 10 years of experience, Tess also delivers babies at the Wodonga Hospital. She is responsible for general practice as well as AWAHS antenatal patients. Tess loves her job here at AWAHS because she is appreciative of what she does and can have a laugh with people, she also loves the team at AWAHS. In her spare time, Tess enjoys riding her horses and being an UBER mum for her children.
Kylie is the practice nurse here at AWAHS and has been with us since 2014, bringing with her experience in midwifery. She is responsible for day to day running of the clinic, helping the doctors and seeing patients as they present. Kylie loves her job here at AWAHS because it is different and interesting every day and she enjoys meeting people and seeing them along their journey towards better health. In her spare time, Kylie enjoys bushwalking, camping, seeing live music, good food and reading
Kate is the midwife here at AWAHS and has been since 2015. Kate studied her midwifery in the UK and has previously worked with the Royal Women’s Hospital and also worked within the community midwife program in Wangaratta. She is responsible for providing antenatal care and support to our clients. Kate loves her job because of the diversity and challenges and because making mums and bubs healthy is really important to her. In her spare time, Kate enjoys the outdoors, swimming, being with her kids, cooking and reading.
Aboriginal Health Practitioner Clinical