Dr David Campbell graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1978 and embarked upon a “voyage of discovery” in preparation for rural practice. This included work in remote South Australia, remote Western Australia, and far north Queensland as well as two years at Alice Springs Hospital.
Dr Ian Broom spent his formative years in Manchester, England before moving up to Scotland in 1977, graduating with a Science degree in Anatomy and Experimental Pathology from the University of St Andrews in 1981.Wondering what on earth he would do with this, he decided to pursue a degree in Medicine and trundled all the way down to Cardiff to graduate from the University of Wales College of Medicine in 1984.
Dr Greg Hayes has been a part of Cunninghame Arm Medical Centre since 2006. Prior to this, he had a private practice in Beaumaris for twenty years and did many locums in Victoria, as well as outback NSW and the Northern Territory before he re-located to Lakes Entrance and called it home. Dr Hayes is interested in all aspects of General Practice, from children to the elderly.
Dr Tadrous graduated from medical school in Egypt in 2005. In 2007 he finished his internship and started working as a rural GP in Egypt until early 2009. In January 2009, he moved to Australia and a job opportunity in Mount Gambier, South Ausralia. He worked as a GP for 5 and 1/2 years. He moved to Gippsland as his wife was offered the role of Medical Officer in Bairnsdale and they are loving the move to the area. Together they are raising a girl in our wonderful seaside town. Dr Tadrous' special interest in medecine is 'General prevnentative medicine', 'palliative care' and 'sports medicine'. His interests in life is swimming, soccer and travelling and he wants to learn fishing, so please give him some tips next time you're in to see him.
Dr Mariam Herz graduated from Medical School in Egypt back in 2010 and moved to Australia in 2013 to join her husband, Dr Mina.
She did her initial training in Gippsland, at LRH, CGHS and BRHS.
In 2018 Dr Mariam began her training into General Practice and completed her fellowship in April 2021.
Main Interests - Women's Health, Palliative Care, Paediatrics and Chronic Disease Management.
Hobbies - sewing and crocheting (needle work!)
From the small tropical island of Mauritius, Amy moved to Australia in 2008 to complete her Bachelor of Biomedicine followed by her Doctor of Medicine at the University of Melbourne.
After a few years, she relocated to London where she worked in Emergency Medicine. She enjoyed travelling Europe and supporting her football team, Tottenham Hotspur, during her time in the UK.
She started her next chapter in general practice in Lakes Entrance. She appreciates the continuity of care and variety that family medicine offers. She endeavours to provide the best possible healthcare to the community.
In her free time, she loves to go camping in the Gippsland high country, skiing the snowfields and scuba diving in Cape Conran.
Dr Maryam has begun working at CAMC and Dr Jane’s Place as of February 2021. She is currently enrolled in ACRRM Fellowship Training. Her main interests include; internal medicine, paediatrics, women’s health and some dermatology. Dr Maryam completed Medical School in Iraq, in 2009. She then completed a two year internship, in Kurdistan/Iraq. Dr Maryam moved to Australia with her husband in 2011 and studied her Masters of Biomedical Science in Tasmania, until 2014. After having her first child, they made the move to Bairnsdale, and she began working at the Bairnsdale Regional Hospital, Emergency Department, from 2017 -2021.
Fiona was born and raised in a small diamond mining town in Botswana, Africa. She left her country for the first time to travel to Australia for Medical School and graduated from Melbourne University in 2012. She has been working in Melbourne Hospitals for the last 7 years doing Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Surgery, and Internal Medicine.
She was loving them all but was unsure what to pick! She discovered that General Practice would offer her the best of all worlds and that is what has brought her here to Lakes. She, her husband and her greyhound Tank are looking forward to calling Lakes Entrance their second home.
Dr Ran hails from the tropical shores of Sri Lanka, and began working at CAMC and Dr Jane’s Place in February 2022. Prior to this, she worked at Bairnsdale Regional Health Service and Eastern Health. She is currently enrolled in RACGP training, with special interest in chronic disease management, palliative care and health planning.
When not studying, she enjoys watercolour painting, reading and trying out new recipes – be sure to mention your favourites when you next see her!