Dr F Seema Siddiqui’s has worked as a general practitioner for 15 years. She completed her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2019, alongside completing a diploma in Child Health at Westmead Children’s Hospital. She holds special interests in women’s health, children’s health, and chronic disease issues. Additional studies in skin conditions, child health, and mental health means she is also highly skilled in these areas. Overall, Dr Siddiqui enjoys dealing with a variety of family medicine. In addition to English, she can speak Urdu, Hindi, & Sindhi.
Dr Jason Kwan started his working career as a small animal veterinarian in Melbourne and Hong Kong when he decided to transition to medicine. He completed his medical degree at Monash University and completed his residency at the Austin Hospital and Geelong Hospital in Victoria. After this, he transitioned to General Practice training and completed this in 2019. He has interests in all aspects of general practice and has interests in paediatrics, chronic disease, surgical procedures and ENT. He is trained in Implanon removal and insertion and iron infusion.
Dr Farhana Faria obtained her medical degree from University of Dhaka in Bangladesh in 2009. She completed 3 years of postgraduate training in medicine in Bangladesh before migrating to Australia. Since 2014, she trained at several hospitals in NSW including Bankstown Hospital, Campbelltown Hospital, Royal North Shore, and Ryde Hospitals. She subsequently completed the Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Additionally, she completed Diploma in Child Health through Sydney University and the National Certificate in Sexual Health & Family Planning through Family Planning Alliance Australia. She is trained in the insertion and removal of contraceptive implant (Implanon). She has additional working experience in psychiatry.
Dr Faria has strong interests in child health, women’s health, and mental health. Dr Faria also focuses on promoting lifestyle as medicine and preventative medicine. Outside the clinical practice, she works as a medical educator for GP trainees.
Away from work, Dr Faria loves spending time with her family, enjoys hiking, walking, and visiting new places in Australia. She loves forming long-term relationships with her patients and she looks forward to helping you and your families towards better health.