Book AppointmentDr Miranda Sherley is a GP with a broad interest in all areas of general practice including minor procedures such as skin cancer removal, implanon insertion and removal and IUD insertion and removal. She is also a Sexual Health Physician and offers care in all areas of sexual health including HIV, Hepatits, Menopause, Womens and Mens health, Sexual health screening, Genital Dermatology and Transgender Medicine. If you would like to see Dr Sherley as a Specialist please see your usual GP for a referral.
Book AppointmentCarlos is a fellow of the RACGP with special interest in skin conditions, minor surgical and cosmetic procedures, eye conditions, child and adolescent health and mens health. He is one of the doctors involved in our skin check clinic.
Book AppointmentTom graduated from the University of Manchester in 2011, and worked in the NHS in the UK for 2 years, before moving to Canberra in 2013. He has since worked in a variety of critical care roles, including in the Emergency Department, Intensive Care and Anaesthetics, before moving into General Practice in 2016. He completed his specialist training in General Practice in 2021. He has also attained the Diploma of Child Health from Sydney Children’s Hospital, and the Emergency Medicine certificate from the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine. He still works part of the week in the Emergency Department at Canberra Hospital and has an interest in Emergency Medicine, Sports medicine & injuries, child health and men’s health. He is currently studying for a Master’s of Sports Medicine at the University of Queensland.
Emma has an interest in child and family health and worked at Orange Hospital before completing her GP training in Forster, Braidwood and Bungendore. She has a Diploma of Child Health and a Certificate of Reproductive and Sexual Health. Emma grew up in Gunnedah, in north west NSW, and is committed to delivering health care to regional and rural areas.
Registrars are qualified doctors who have completed their medical degree and have undertaken a minimum of 2 years training in a public hospital. These doctors have chosen to specialise as a General Practitioner just as a surgeon or paediatrician undertakes further studies to specialise in their field. Registrars work under the supervision of the experienced GP’s in the practice and you are always welcome to ask the Registrar to double check management with your regular GP.
The Bungendore Medical Centre is a teaching practice directly affiliated with the Australian National University (ANU). Dr Cross is a lecturer and tutor with the ANU. Throughout the year we welcome 3rd year Medical Students for their Rural term. We also enjoy having Medical Students from other Universities. The students invariably love the area, the patients and the experience in a Rural Practice. Some of our students from over the years have returned as doctors. Our other teaching experience is with post-graduate doctors before they sit their final exams for College Membership and it’s such a joy to have access to their wide level of experience. We all learn so much from them and from each other: after all medicine is about life long learning.
Our Practice is supported by four Registered Nurses – Sharon, Stephanie, Lozang and Janelle. They come from a wide variety of backgrounds and have extensive nursing experience in general practice and the hospital system.
We also have two nurses in training – Molly has completed her Diploma in Medical Practice Assisting and is now studying a Nursing Degree, and Kristina is studying a Certificate III in Nursing.
Sharon is the Practice Manager and Registered Nurse. Please feel free to see her if you have any suggestions or feedback.
Molly is has completed her Medical Practice Assistant course. You will occasionally see her also at reception. She is now studying for her Nursing Degree.
Kristina is studying her Diploma in Nursing and currently works as receptionist. You will see her also during her practice placements as a student nurse.
Lozang is a Registered Nurse with experience in various hospital settings including medical, orthopaedic and rehab wards. He also spent time working with children in India.
He recently moved to Bungendore from New Zealand with his wife and children. His interests are completing the nurse vaccinator certificate, wound care, cardiac medicine and caring for people of all ages.
Anne has worked at the practice since 2003 and works Monday to Friday.
Maxine joined the practice in 2014 and works part-time Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Mary has been a part time receptionist here for just over 3 years and works Tuesday and Wednesdays afternoons and Friday morning.
Victoria has joined our practice as a full time receptionist. We welcome Victoria to our team. You will see her Monday to Friday.
Allied Health and Services available
Tracy Harb is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Public Health Nutritionist, and has many years experience in public health nutrition policy development and program management for Government institutions and has worked as a Public Health Epidemiologist.
Tracy now devotes her time to helping individuals identify and overcome their barriers to making healthy lifestyle changes.
Tracy provides healthy eating advice for Diabetes, Weight management, Gastrointestinal disorders (IBS)), Aged Care Nutrition, Food Allergies and Intolerances, Fussy Eaters, Paediatric Nutrition and more.
For further information see www.ahealthyplate.com.au
David is a Registered Psychologist and is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society. David works in private practice and provides Psychological services across the lifespan, including: children, youth, adults and has extensive experience completing educational assessments, behavioural assessments and ASD assessments.
Appointments can be made after a referral from your GP. Please ring reception at Bungendore Medical Centre on 02 62381417
Kenneth has over 30 years’ experience providing person-centred social work support and case management in the disability and aged care sectors, working with individuals, their families and carers. He liaises with other allied health professionals to provide assistance accessing supports and services. Additionally, Kenneth provides support for people accessing My Aged Care, NDIS and Centrelink.
Kenneth also provides counselling and support to individuals, families and carers during times of grief and loss and when preparing for end of life.
For patients of this medical practice this is a subsidised service (conditions apply). For appointments (Tuesday mornings and Thursday afternoons) call 02 6238 1417
Melanie practices aspects of podiatry practice including: treatment for corns and calluses; nail surgery for ingrown toenails; neurological and vascular assessment of the lower limb including Doppler flow studies; risk assessment and management of the diabetic foot; orthotic therapy and prescription; assessment of children’s feet; and advice on footwear.
Appointments can be made by calling the surgery on (02) 6238 1417.