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Dr Nurul Chowdhury- Principal GP.


Dr Chowdhury Completed his hospital training at Gosford & Wyong Hospital in Central Coast. After finishing his hospital year, he entered into GP training. He finished his GP training at the Country town of Bathurst & Forbes. 

Before establishing his practice at Kareela He worked at Moore Bank. 

Dr Chowdhury established Kareela Village Medical Centre in 2016. 

Started as a solo doctor practice since 2016 the practice now has grown up to 6/7 doctors 

Dr. Chowdhury likes all aspect of General practice with special interest to Paediatrics, Mental Health, Sports related injury, Chronic disease management & Geriatrics. He is committed to teaching of Registrars & Medical Students.

When not working he likes to spend time with his family & travelling.

Dr Richard Nguyen

MBBS (WSU), FRACGP Diploma of Child Health

Certificate in Dermoscopy & Skin Cancer Medicine

Richard finished his medical degree at WSU in 2013 before going on to complete internship and residency at St George and Sutherland Hospitals. After that he spent 3 years in Gundagai at both the Gundagai District Hospital and Gundagai Medical Centre where he honed his skills in all aspects of general practice as well as emergency and acute care medicine. He completed his Fellowship in the Royal Australian College of GP as well as Diploma of Child Health in early 2018.

Returning to Sydney in late 2019, Richard brings across vast experience in all aspects of medicine. His bedside manner focuses on relaxation, rapport and understanding. He is particularly interested in preventative care, skin cancer and mental health. He is also accredited in providing focused psychological strategies for those in need of acute counselling. Still retaining a love of rural medicine he occasionally works shifts for Murrumbidgee Health providing emergency telephone assistance to nurses in rural hospitals without a doctor on site.

Throughout 2020 Richard dabbled in advocacy and leadership among the GP plane. He is often quoted by the Guardian Australia and is an occasional columnist for them. His articles can be found at

In his spare time Richard likes to play video games on his overpowered computer, watch sport and read about history.

Dr Jeffrey Tran


Dr Jeffrey Tran completed internship and residency at Liverpool Hospital where he gained experience in a variety of areas including Paediatrics, Emergency Medicine, and Cardiology. Following the completion of his training in general practice, he joined Kareela Village Medical Centre as a full-time doctor. He has completed postgraduate education with the Sydney Child Health Program and participates in GP registrar teaching. He is a third generation GP, and this has given him a great appreciation for high quality, enduring family medicine.

Dr Jeffrey has a particular interest Child Health and Musculoskeletal medicine / Sports medicine.

Outside of medicine, Dr Jeffrey juggles an overwhelming number of hobbies including spearfishing, trekking, gardening and woodworking. 

Special interests:

  • Child Health
  • Men’s Health
  • Musculoskeletal medicine / Sports Medicine
  • Metabolic health including weight management
  • Perimenopause / Menopause management
Dr Greta Sears

Dr Priya Rajaendran

B. Med, RANZCOG Diploma of Children and Women’s Health (Female Doctor)


Dr Luke McPhail

B Biomed Sci (Monash), BE (Chem) (Hons) (Monash), MD (USyd)


Dr Gavin Levy

MD (High Distinction), BSc (Physiotherapy Hos)


 Dr Brendan Wong



 Dr Lin Yang