Meet Our Team

Doctors

Dr Maddison Kane – (MD, Bsc)
Dr Maddison Kane completed her medical degree at The University of Sydney in 2019. She has gained experience in hospitals on NSW's Central Coast prior to returning to Sydney. Dr Kane enjoys the wide variety of general practice and has particular interests in Adolescent Health, Mental Health, and Addiction Medicine. Outside of medicine Dr Kane likes to spend time in the garden with her husband, and read classic novels.
Dr Kaye Alom DCH, MBBS, FRACGP, BAppSc, (Phty)
Dr Kaytharee Alom is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and a graduate of the University of Wollongong. She completed her internship and residency at Liverpool Hospital before entering General Practice in 2017. Her field of interests include women’s health, perinatal care and children’s health. She has completed her Diploma in Children’s Health and is a certified antenatal shared care provider with RPA and Canterbury Hospital. Prior to pursuing a career in medicine, she worked as physiotherapist for two years in private practice. Outside of medicine Dr Alom enjoys spending quality time with her family and is a mother of two young children.
Dr Sadaf Salehi
Dr Sadaf Salehi achieved her MD qualification in 2010 in Iran and has been practicing in a range of settings over the past 12 years. Sadaf was admitted to the Royal Australian College for General Practitioners in 2018. She practices all areas of general practice and has special interest in Women’s health, antenatal care, and paediatrics. She provides antenatal shared care for Sydney. She also has a keen interest in therapeutic injectables (treatment of Migraine headaches, Excessive sweating and teeth grinding) and cosmetic injectables and has undergone extensive training in Australia and overseas in this field. Outside of the practice she in her spare time, Sadaf enjoys photography, swimming and training.

She is fluent in Farsi.

Dr David Ritchie (MBCHB DCH DGP FRCNZGP)
Background - Dr Ritchie qualified as a GP in New Zealand and started his own practice in 1985. This grew into an integrative Medical Centre with 5 doctors and some 30 staff.
Special Interests - He has a strong interest in child health and child development and behaviour.He has an interest in chronic illness and working with a team to improve quality of life for each patient.
Dr Debra Tattersall (MBBS (Syd))
Background - Dr Debra Tattersall graduated from Sydney University and has been in General practice for 25 years, working on the far north coast and Sydney’s western suburbs. She is accredited in Shared Antenatal care, women’s health, including intra-uterine contraception and hormone implants. Special Interests - She has an interest in adolescent and mental health. Personal Interests Loves spending time with her family, running, gardening and reading.
Dr Zoe Boyatzis (BA (Media & Communications); MBBS, FRACGP, Dip.Child Health)
Background - Dr Boyatzis graduated from the University of Notre Dame with an MBBS in 2011. She completed her FRAGCP in 2016. Before entering General Practice she worked in Emergency Medicine at Royal North Shore Hospital.
Special Interests - She enjoys Women's Health, having completed a certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health. She is also passionate about paediatrics and completed her diploma of Child Health in 2014.
Dr Celine Doeuk (B.Pharm (Hons) MBBS)
Background - Dr Doeuk graduated from the University of Queensland with an Honours Degree in Pharmacy. She completed her medical Degree at Griffith University and undertook her junior training at The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane and went on to work as a Surgical Registrar at the Gold Coast University Hospital for 3 years.
Special Interests - She enjoys the diversity that General Practice offers. Dr Doeuk is an accredited Robotic, Laparoscopic and General Surgical Assistant. Given her proficient surgical background, she has a keen interest in minor procedures, skin cancer excision and cosmetic surgery.
Personal Interests - Born and raised in Lyon France, Dr Doeuk speaks French as her first language. Outside of Medicine she has started piano and Mandarin classes for beginners. She comes from a Chinese background and enjoys travelling and learning about different cultures.
Dr Melissa Di Sano (MD, FRACGP, Dip. Child Health)
Background - Dr Di Sano graduated from University of New South Wales in 2013 and worked for two years at Royal North Shore Hospital before entering General Practice training. She completed her FRACGP in 2018. She completed a diploma of Child Health in 2017.
Special Interests - She enjoys all aspects of General Practice and the diversity of seeing patients of all ages and backgrounds. In particular she has an interest in Women's Health and paediatrics.
Dr Lisa Luo (MBBS; MS; Dip. Child Health)
Background - Dr Luo graduated from the University of New South Wales. Before entering General Practice, she worked in various hospitals including Royal North Shore, Westmead Children's, Bankstown and St George. She completed her Masters of Surgery at the University of Sydney in 2012 and Diploma of Child Health on 2015.
Special Interests - She enjoys all aspects of General Practice and in particular, paediatrics and minor procedures.
Dr Portia Predny (MD, Dip. Child Health)
Background - Dr Predny completed her medical degree at the University of Newcastle in 2011, before working in Royal North Shore Hospital for three years and gaining particular experience in Paediatric Medicine. Special Interests - Dr Predny was attracted to General Practice for the opportunity it provides to provide care to a variety of people at all the different stages of their lives. She has a particular interest in providing quality health care to members of the LGBTIQ+ community, as well as in Paediatrics and Women's health. She is also passionate about promoting health through lifestyle, and is a proponent of the Health at Every Size approach to wellness. Personal Interests - Outside of medicine, Dr Predny enjoys hiking, rock climbing, dance and performing, and dabbles with Archery and playing the ukulele.
Dr Sheeba De – (MBBS, FRACGP)
Background - Dr Sheeba De is a motivated, dedicated and clinically competent General Practitioner with over 10 years of General Practice experience in Australia. She did comprehensive General Practice training in the UK before moving to Melbourne in 2008.
Special Interests - Dr De has recently relocated to Sydney with her family and is looking forward to working in a local Medical Practice. Her special interest are women’s and children’s health. She speaks English, Hindi and Bengali.
Personal Interests- She is a keen traveler and enjoys participating in local fundraising activities. On weekends she enjoys spending time with her family and 2 children.

Practice Staff

Donna – Practice Manager
Hannah - Team Leader Stephanie- Receptionist Max - Receptionist Rosa - Receptionist Sandy - Receptionist Sepehr - Receptionist
Kim Davies-Griffith – Nurse
Kim studied a Bachelor of Nursing Degree at University Of Technology Sydney and completed her post graduate year with North Shore Private. She majored in Critical Care with a sub major in paediatrics. Kim has been working in General Practice for the last seven years. Most recently Kim has been working as a asthma consultant for Sydney Kids Hospital and completed her cosmetic injectables training. Her current interests are in wound care, diabetes care and providing hyperhydrosis treatment.
Lucyta Mahe – Nurse
Lucyta Mahe completed bachelor of nursing in 2016 at University of Technology Sydney and underwent a wide variety of clinical rotation. Following this, she worked in general practice and community palliative care. Lucyta is a mother and is very happy to welcome children and their parents. She enjoys the diversity in general practice and dedicated to provide holistic care.

Allied Health

Dr Natalie Shavit – Senior Clinical Psychologist
Dr Natalie Shavit has extensive experience in assessing and treating a wide range of psychological issues including anxiety, depression, stress, anger, pain management, relationship difficulties, LGBT issues and adjustment problems, to name a few. Natalie has nearly 20 years experience specialising in both short and long term therapy, including: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for depression, anxiety disorders and stress; Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (a mindfulness based CBT) for certain personality disorders and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for relationship issues and more long-standing problems which may not respond to CBT.
Naim Bireroglu Podiatrist
Background – Naim has completed a Bachelor of Health Science/Mastering in Podiatric Medicine from the University of Western Sydney. His experience covers all scopes of podiatric care including biomechanical, chronic disease, pediatric and general podiatry. He has worked in many different settings including mobile podiatry, high risk in public hospital setting both local and internationally as well as having extensive private practice podiatry experience. His love of sports (including basketball and powerlifting amongst many other sports) has also fueled his interest in sports biomechanics in which is his most experienced scope of practice. Special Interests - Sports biomechanics and Chronic Disease Management. Personal Interests - Outside of work, Naim enjoys playing basketball, powerlifting and traveling
Jessica McDonald Physiotherapy
Jess graduated with Masters of Physiotherapy in 2012 from the University of Sydney, and also completed undergraduate study in Exercise and Sport Science in 2007. She has also undertaken further training in Dry Needling and Shoulder courses. Special Interests Having had a variety of sporting injuries over the years, Jess has a particular interest in the in-depth analysis of the causes of injuries, looking at the patient holistically and viewing the person as a whole, not just focusing on the injury area. The goal of her treatment is to combined Physiotherapy and Exercise management to achieve a long term change. Personal Interests Outside of work Jess enjoys watching sport, going out for dinner and travelling.
Jessica Peronne – Dietitian
Jessica is a qualified Accredited Practicing Dietitian who is passionate about helping individuals live happier, healthier lives through utilising the power of food. She often encourages her clients to adopt a ‘non-diet' approach and instead focus on working towards a healthier, sustainable lifestyle that can be maintained long term. She loves building long-lasting relationships with individuals and utilising evidence-based nutrition to help her clients achieve their unique goals. Jessica has a special interest in the prevention and management of various chronic conditions such as Type 2 diabetes and Insulin Resistance, High Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure and weight management. She also enjoys helping individuals in exploring and understand their unique relationship with food. In her spare time, Jess enjoys baking and pasta-making, coastal walks and reading a good book. QUALIFICATIONS Master of Nutrition and Dietetics - University of Sydney Bachelor of Science (Nutrition and Metabolism) - University of Sydney Accredited Practicing Dietitian Registered Member of Dietitians Australia
Daniel Sit
I’ve been practising physiotherapy since 2015 and have a wealth of experience in assessing and treating various musculoskeletal conditions. In particular, I have an interest in treating: - Sports injures – ankle, knees and shoulders - Headaches and migraines My treatment has a strong focus on a hands-on approach, utilising various manual therapy techniques to improve a person’s movement and decrease pain so that they are able to perform complimentary exercises that will lead to improvements in their overall functional capacity. The aim of our treatment is to enable our clients to perform tasks or activities that they previously could not due to their condition and/or injury. Services that I can provide include: - Soft tissue release - Taping - Joint mobilisation and manipulation - Sports braces - Dry needling - Core activation and strengthening exercise prescription - Exercise prescription for strengthening, balance and flexibility - Rehabilitation for pre-op and post-op - Return to sport rehabilitation - Biomechanical analysis of posture and movements I’ve treated clients through a number of different avenues including Medicare (Chronic Disease Management – formerly known as EPC), WorkCover, CTP, DVA and private health funds. As such I understand that there can be various stakeholders involved in managing a client’s conditions. I have a lot of experiencing in communicating to various stakeholders, providing timely letters and reports, and participating in case conferences