Dr Robert Brun
After training in surgery in the UK and gaining his surgical fellowship at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Dr Brun emigrated to Australia and been in general practice in Kyabram since 1988.
Interests: General surgery with a focus on skin cancer medicine, endoscopy (gastroscopy/colonoscopy) and GP Supervisor.
Outside interests: reading (literature and history) and flying.
Dr Lee Chen (Lawrence) Tay
Dr Lee Chen Tay graduated in 2008 from Melbourne University. He had clinical experience in Monash medical centre, Dandenong hospital, as well as Casey hospital. In 2011, he started GP training in Kyabram, lasting for total of 2 years. He underwent anaesthetic training and acquire JCCA certificate, allowing him to perform anaesthetics, in 2013-2014. He has since returned to Kyabram to work as full time GP and anaesthetist. Other than Kyabram regional clinic, he has regular sessions in Tongala nursing home and Tongala clinic. He is particularly interested in men’s health, skin cancer medicine, as well as acute medicine.
Socially he is married to Esther and has 2 young children. He is a motorcar enthusiast and follows the latest news and updates in the automobile industry.
Dr Sameer Badgoti
Dr Sameer Badgoti completed his graduate in medicine and post graduate diploma in Child Health from India. He has been living in Australia for over 4 years now and has enjoyed living in Queensland and Tasmania before moving to Kyabram.
After work Sameer enjoys spending time with his family and I have a huge interest in sports, reading, gardening, painting, watching movies, cooking and bike riding.
Dr Lam Nguyen
Dr Lam Nguyen completed his Bachelor of Science, Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching (Secondary), and Doctor of Medicine at the University of Melbourne. He has worked at Albury Wodonga Health and Northeast Health Wangaratta before commencing general practice at Kyabram Regional Clinic, where he intends to stay.
He is happily married and prefers to spend time with his wife and daughter when he’s not working. His hobbies include reading, occasional poetry, computers and badminton.
Dr Peter Hool
Dr Peter Hool graduated from the University of Sydney. He trained at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children and Sutherland Hospital, with terms in both Bathurst and Dubbo.
In 1984, after a time in Nathalia, he moved to Kyabram, joining the Church St Medical Centre, where he practiced until 2002, when his last remaining partner there retired.
Rather than continuing as a solo practice, he joined the Kyabram Regional Clinic, where he has practiced for the last 13 years.
Apart from general medicine at the Kyabram Regional Clinic, he is a Visiting Medical Officer to the Kyabram & District Hospital, where he also provides Anaesthetic services. Dr Hool is also the Medical Officer to the residents of the Sheridan Nursing Home.
Dr Michael McQueen Thomson
After gaining qualifications at Monash University in 1972, Dr McQueen Thomson worked at a number of large hospitals including Geelong, Austin Hospital & Repatriation Hospital before joining Kyabram Regional Clinic in 1978, as a full time GP. Dr McQueen Thomson initially intended on staying for one year but is still here 38 years late, during this time her have devoted himself to obstetrics and sports medicine.
Michael is married to Heidi; they have 4 grown children and a bunch of grandkids. He can speak Italian and enjoys playing the guitar, bridge and golf.
Dr Satheesh Gabriel
Dr. Satheesh Gabriel finished his medical degree in India in 2007 and moved to Australia in 2008. He completed his Australian Medical registration exams and worked in Mildura, Ballarat, Bendigo, Melbourne and several other sites around rural NSW, WA and Victoria. He did his GP Anesthetic training in Mildura and has always wanted to challenge himself by working in a smaller community such as Kyabram. Apart from the General Practice service at Kyabram Regional Clinic, Satheesh also provides anesthetic and inpatient services at Kyabram and District Health Services.
Satheesh loves spending time with his family, travelling, listening to music, watching movies and documentaries. He also follows and plays cricket.
Dr. Asif Mahmud graduated in 1990 from King Edward Medical University in Lahore, Pakistan. Asif had post graduate training and certification in internal medicine in 1996 from New York, USA. Since then he has had extensive experience in general and emergency medicine in USA, UAE and Australia. Asif joined General Practice in 2017. In addition to Kyabram Regional Clinic, Asif also has a regular session at the Tongala Clinic once a week. His special interests are Geriatrics and Acute Care Medicine.
Asif is married to Attiqa and has three children; two daughters and a son. He loves the outdoors and spending time with family, bike riding and water sports.