Dr Rushika

Dr Manupa

Dr Manupa Lama is our newest member from Nepal,  the beautiful country of Himalayas. She completed her Medical Degree at the University of China in 2006.

Manupa recalls her childhood saying to her parents at the age of 3 “I want to become a doctor and go to the land of Kangaroos” so here she is.

She embarked her career as a RMO in many tertiary hospitals back in Nepal for 2 years .After that she joined the international clinic under United Nations where she worked as a General Practitioner for 8 years before she moved to Australia in 2015 with her husband. During her tenure in UN she also worked with health immigration department for USA, Australia, Canada , UK , NZ , Norway ,Denmark and Netherland. She attended many international workshops and trainings held in USA and Europe to expertise her knowledge in travel medicine and communicable disease including extensive knowledge and skills in managing tuberculosis. She Locum in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia in 2016.  Dr Manupa has wide range of experience and interest in all aspects of chronic disease management .Being a “people” kind of person, she found General Practice the most rewarding and exciting career for her. She believes in knowing the person behind the disease and provide compassionate healthcare for her patients. Dr Manupa keeps up to date with new changes in healthcare system by involving herself in ongoing learning and training. She has good command in Nepali ,English , Hindi and Mandarin.

When not at work she enjoys watching movies in Theatre , cooking ,dancing and listening music. In addition , she is passionate about playing Sitar .

Dr Indika

Dr. Indika Ranasinghe (MBBS, MSc, FRACGP, PhD) qualified with a Medical degree, in 1987 at the University of Ruhuna in Sri Lanka. He obtained his PhD in Health Information Management from Queensland University of Technology. In 2014, he obtained the Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.  He also holds a Masters degree in Medical Administration.

Since qualifying as a general practitioner his experience has been equally broad, having worked in regional areas and hospitals in Australia. He believes in disease prevention and a holistic approach to optimising physical and mental health. He ensures he is up to date with the full spectrum of general practice, but particular interests include chronic disease management, child health, treatment of skin cancer and adolescent mental health, He received  special training in primary care skin cancer surgery from University of Queensland.

Dr. Indika speaks English, Sinhala and Tamil. Outside of medicine, he has a variety of interests including reading, movies and travelling. He lives with his family in Parkinson QLD.

Dr Amin

Dr Suleman

Dr Peter

Dr Peter Lin obtained his medical degree in the University of New South Wales with Second Class Honours. He completed his hospital training as St George Hospital in Sydney NSW and worked as a GP in Ipswich and Toowoomba before joining Algester Medical Centre.

What does he do with his spare time? Varies with time, but currently finds floating around on an inflatable kayak enjoyable. He is open to tips for fishing and catching crabs.

Qualifications: MBBS, Bachelor Science (Med), FRACGP, AMAC Part 1

Languages other than English: Mandarin, Taiwanese

Dr Cortez

Dr Leah Cortez is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has worked in Australia since 2003 and has acquired a wealth of experience while training in numerous Queensland hospitals & General Practice. Dr Cortez has completed her Diploma in Child Health & has special interest paediatrics & women’s health. Dr Cortez enjoys spending time with her husband and two beautiful daughters.


Dr Laila

Dr Laila completed her first medical degree in Egypt, in 1990. She has since gained a Masters in Skin Cancer and is currently studying both travel medicine and Auslan. Upon arriving in Australia, Dr Laila worked in numerous hospitals. Some of these include the Royal Brisbane Hospital, the Prince Charles Hospital and the Mater Hospital. In 2008, she gained her RACGP fellowship, which is a meritorious achievement. Dr Laila has a particular interest in dermatology and related procedures. Outside of her professional life, she enjoys gardening, cooking, eating and spending time with her children. Her broader aspiration is to retire on a farm.

Dr Katy Huang

Dr Huang completed her medical degree at the University of Queensland in 1999. She sought to broaden her medical experience throughout her years of training. To do this, she worked in a variety of hospitals in regional and metropolitan areas. She has since worked and trained in both Sydney and Toowoomba as a GP. She was able to gain considerable experience in all areas of general practice, throughout this period.

In addition to this, Dr Huang has completed postgraduate studies. These include a Diploma from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, in 2003. As well as her extensive experience in all areas of general practice, Dr Huang has special interests in preventative medicine, women’s health and children’s health. Dr Huang views herself as very fortunate for having attained her position and she is very passionate about her work. Outside of her professional interests, she enjoys reading, travelling and spending time with family. She is also fluent in Mandarin and Taiwanese.

Dr Badrul

Dr Badrul graduate from South Australia University 25 years ago. He commenced his studies at the age of 17 and has a wide range of medical experience. Dr Badrul specialises in nutritional medicine, dermatology and paediatrics. Patients often describe Dr Badrul as a very compassionate listener. Because of this, we expect that most patients will feel very comfortable in his presence. Outside his professional career, Dr Badrul enjoys spending time with his 3 children and playing golf.