Dr Therese Kanaan
Dr Therese Kanaan completed a Bachelor of Medical Science and Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery with Honours at Sydney University (graduated in 2011). During her training she was awarded a scholarship which saw her traveling to rural and remote areas of Australia. She has trained at Nepean and Lithgow Hospital and has volunteered her time to teach medical students from the University of Sydney and Notre Dame. Dr Kanaan is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and her interest in aged care and palliative care saw her furthering her experience by working in aged care and palliative care facilities around Sydney. She has experience in minor surgical procedures, dermatology, women, men, adolescent and children’s health, mental health, geriatrics and palliative care. Dr Kanaan speaks both English and Arabic, and is currently a GP supervisor with GP synergy.
Dr Adib Obeid
BHealthSci.MBBS.FRACGP, Principal GP
Dr Adib Obeid completed a Bachelor of Medical Science at The University of Sydney, followed by a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at Sydney University (graduated in 2011). He trained at Nepean hospital and has experience in paediatrics, geriatrics and common surgical problems. He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and his interest in aged care and palliative care saw him furthering his experience by working in aged care and palliative care facilities around Sydney. He speaks Fluent English, Arabic and French. He is currently a GP supervisor with GP Synergy and a mentor for GP trainees working toward achieving their Fellowship with RACGP. He also teaches medical students from University of Sydney and University of Western Sydney.
Dr Alfred Massoud
BMedSci, MBBS, DCH, FRACGP
Dr Alfred Massoud completed a Bachelor of Medical Science at UNSW in 2006, followed by his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Sydney, graduating in 2011. He completed his internship and residency at Nepean Hospital and subsequently worked as a medical registrar at Liverpool and Hawkesbury Hospitals for 4 years, prior to commencing GP training. Dr Massoud became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2019. Throughout his time in the hospital system, he was heavily involved in medical student and junior doctor teaching, being awarded an Honorary mention as "Teacher of the Year" in 2018 by the Australian Medical Association. He has also completed a Diploma of Child Health in 2018.
He has a special interest in complex medical care, aged care medicine, palliative care and minor skin procedures, including skin checks. He is fluent in both English and Arabic.