Dr Eddie Kanan is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Having started his clinical experience at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney, he soon gained further work in rural medicine at Shoalhaven Hospital, Wagga Wagga Hospital and Armidale Hospital in New England. Dr. Kanan began his general practice experience in 2006. His specialties include general medicine with an interest in emergency medicine, paediatric and geriatric care. He has extensive experience in dermatology including skin checks, skin cancer/skin lesion excision and removals. Dr. Kanan has gained a further speciality of cosmetic medicine, including injectables.
Dr Cheema is passionate about holistic, patient centred medicine. She graduated from the University of Western Sydney in 2012 and worked at Liverpool hospital from 2013-2015 in a broad range of medical and surgical disciplines and more extensively in Emergency medicine. She has completed the Advanced Paediatric Life Support course, and several other Emergency medicine courses including an emergency ultrasound course, advanced life support training, and rural trauma training. In 2017 she completed the Diploma in Child Health from the Sydney Childrens’ Hospital Network. Before embarking on a career in General Practice she spent some time living in the UK and doing Emergency medicine in Nowra and Shellharbour Hospitals. She is a member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. A mum herself, Dr Cheema has a keen interest in paediatrics and women’s health. She is an Antenatal Shared Care provider with SWSLHD and will soon start offering Antenatal shared care services at Riverwood. More recently Dr Cheema has become interested in nutritional approaches to promoting health and disease prevention.
Dr Michael Pham graduated from Western Sydney University in 2013. He received his postgraduate training at Westmead Hospital, Auburn Hospital and Coffs Harbour Base Hospital. He cares deeply about mental health, with a particular interest in depression and anxiety disorders in young adults.
Ruby Chen graduated from Queensland University of Technology in 2010. She has worked in various podiatry settings, including hospital, aged care and private practices all over Sydney. She is experienced in treating the elderly and the high-risk population. She is able to treat biomechanical pathologies, diabetic foot care and wound management. She can provide orthoses prescription as well as footwear advice.