Medical Staff

Dr Hussain Kajani MB BS, FRACGP

General Medicine
Family Medicine

Dr Kajani graduated in 2002 and has experience in the USA, UK and Regional and Rural Australia. He has been a General Practitioner for over 15 years. Dr Kajani has special interests in; men’s health, women’s health, chronic disease management, geriatric care, skin cancer, anti-wrinkle injections and minor procedures. Dr Kajani will look forward to having you as his patient and new patients are always welcome.

Dr Julie Mencel BM BS, FRACGP, MFM (Clin) (Monash)

General Medicine
Family Medicine

Dr Mencel has practiced general medicine for over 20 years. She thoroughly enjoys the full spectrum of family practice from antenatal care through to geriatrics. She has worked at the Norwood Family Practice since 2004.

Dr Srimal Nawana BM BS, FRACGP

General Medicine
Family Medicine

Dr Nawana graduated from Flinders University in 1994. She is an experienced general practitioner with special interests in paediatrics, women’s health, diabetes management and preventative health.

 

Dr Chui-Ping Hew MB BS, FRACGP

General Medicine
Family Medicine

Dr Hew graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1995. She has a wide experience of General Practice having worked in rural towns as well as in the city. She enjoys the diversity of General Practice and has worked in the Eastern Suburbs since 2003.

Dr Patrick Wang BM BS, FRACGP

General Medicine
Family Medicine

Dr Wang was born in China and moved to New Zealand with his family when he was a young boy.  He completed a degree in Pharmacy at University of Auckland in 2011.  He moved to Adelaide and graduated from Flinders University in 2015 with a medical degree.  In 2020 he completed his fellowship with Royal College of General Practice. With a passion for paediatric are, Dr Wang also completed a Diploma in Child Health from the University of Sydney.  Dr Wang speaks fluent Mandarin and Cantonese.  In his spare time he enjoys basketball, soccer, lifting weights and computer games.

Areas of interest include: Paediatric Care, Chronic Disease, Preventative Medicine.

Dr John Weaver MB BS, BSc(Hons)

General Medicine
Family Medicine

Dr Weaver completed a Science Degree and worked in Immunology Research before studying Medicine as a mature age student, graduating at the University of Adelaide in 1982.
He trained in Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine at Flinders Medical Centre for several years before entering community medical practice in 1986, working in various roles, acquiring his own General Practice in 1989 before joining a Corporate Practice in 2003.

Dr Weaver has taught medical students for over 30 years in General Practice, and General Practice Registrars over the past 10 years.  He has worked part-time in specific Travel Medicine and worked as an assistant to various Specialist Surgeons over 30 years.  He has worked with Adelaide Unicare for the past 12 years, seeing a wide variety of International patients.

Dr Weaver’s special interests are: Chronic Management including auto immune diseases, Men’s Health including metabolic syndromes, Women’s health including long term contraception and perimenopausal management, minor surgery including skin cancers, acute injury treatment and Travel Medicine.

Dr Bhavna Mishra MB BS

General Medicine
Family Medicine

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.