Dr Sharyn Dimmick
Coast and in Noosa (Hastings St) before returning to Brisbane for school years at St Pascel’s, Wavell Heights, Aspley
East State School, Aspley & Kedron State High. She graduated from University of Qld in Dec 1976 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. She did her intern year at RBH with a country terms at Gladstone Base Hospital and the Gympie Base Hospital. Sharyn then spent 5 years as Radiology Registrar at the Mater Hospital and Toowoomba Base Hospital. She spent two years in General Practice and then time at the RBH before her son Julian was born. Since then she has worked in General Practice in the Logan Area with interests in women’s issues, especially Domestic Violence, mood disorders and gender issues
In 1988 she commenced an Art Degree Part Time. Her Hobbies are Sailing & Gardening and her favourite past time is consuming Great Food and Booze in the company of Good Friends. Sharyn lives in Parkinson with 2 dogs, 1cat, 1 crazy parrot and an understanding hubbie called John.
Dr Mario Soteriou
Graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1997. He initially worked at Princess Alexandra Hospital for 3 years before spending 2 years as an orthopaedic registrar at the QEII/ Logan & Gold Coast Hospitals. He continued to work in emergency medicine before completing his FRACGP in 2007. Since then he has worked in both General practice & also worked throughout rural Australia in emergency departments as well as a general practice.
He has interests in all aspects of medicine from children to elderly including chronic disease management, sports medicine & musculoskeletal injuries, men’s health including Vasectomy and Circumcision.
Dr Mario Speaks: English and Greek
Dr Azima Portelli
Graduated from the University of Leicester, UK in 2007 and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Azima was born in the UK and completed her medical training there, working in various different specialties such as diabetes, paediatrics and emergency medicine before completing her GP training. While in the UK, she undertook further specialisation and achieved both Diploma of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Diploma of Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare.
She moved to Australia in late 2012 and has worked as a GP in Rochedale South for 2.5 years until she joined our practice. In addition to this she holds Certificates in Skin Cancer Medicine and Dermoscopy with the skin cancer college of Australasia.
Azima also works with Greater Metrosouth medicare local as a GP Reviewer to help produce guidelines and care pathways for fellow GPs.
She has a special interest in women’s health and is a Mater aligned maternity shared care GP. She offers a range of family planning services including insertion and removal of intrauterine devices and contraceptive implants.
Her other areas of interest includes skin cancer checks, care of the elderly, managing chronic health conditions, child health and performing minor surgery, including joint injections and skin cancer excisions.
Dr Jonathan (Tzung-Shiahn) Sheen
Dr Jonathan Sheen gained his medial degree from the National Taiwan University in 1984. He was appointed as an Associate Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at the National Taiwan University Hospital and had obtained a PhD degree in Clinical Medicine with a main interest in molecular carcinogenesis.
Dr Sheen’s additional experience includes publishing over 100 papers in well-known international medical journals (accessible through PubMed). Further he has 20 years of experience being an oncologist and ENT specialist in Taiwan and now is interested in all areas of general practise.
Since moving to Australia in 2003, Dr Sheen has worked in Redland Hospital and Mater Children’s Hospital. He then undertook his GP training in Kingaroy, Withcott, Toowoomba and gained qualification with the FRACGP.
Dr Sheen has a special interest in ear, nose and throat diseases and head and neck tumours. Dr Sheen enjoys applying a holistic approach to medicine to enhance the well being of his patients.
Dr Sheen speaks fluent Mandarin and Taiwanese.
We are excited in having Dr Sheen and his vast experience join us in January 2016. Please contact our friendly staff at Sunnybank Hills Family Practice to arrange an appointment with Dr Sheen.
Please note that Bulk-Billing is available.
Dr Lihua Andrew Bai
Graduated from the Tianjin Medical University in 1999 in China. He came to Australia in 2005, worked initially in Royal Darwin Hospital for 4 years and moved to Queensland in 2009.
Dr Bai is a fellow of Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine. He is also a GP Anaesthetist and has special interests in Emergency Medicine and Aeromedical Retrieval medicine. He has been actively involved in the college registrar’s training program.
Dr Bai currently is still working part-time for Royal Flying Doctor Service Queensland Section as an FIFO aeromedical retrieval medical officer.
Dr Bai Speaks Fluent English and Chinese (Mandarin)
Dr Jimmy Wang
Dr Jimmy Wang is medical graduate of the University of Queensland. Prior to becoming a doctor, Dr Jimmy studied pharmacy and worked as a community pharmacist in various suburbs throughout Brisbane. After graduating from his medical degree, Dr Jimmy spent his resident years working at the Mater Hospital with rotations in the Adult’s, Children’s and the Mother’s hospital before embarking on his career in General Practice. In particular, Dr Jimmy has a special interest in Women’s Health (including pregnancy and antenatal care) and Ears, Nose and Throat medicine. He currently holds certification in Mirena and Implanon insertions, as well as Certificate of Women’s Health. He looks forward to meeting with you and being involved in your health care.
Dr Parul Agarwal
Originally from India, moved to USA and did secondary and college there, went to Ross Universiy in Dominica and did her clinical training in different hospitals in USA. Moved to Australia 10 years ago, worked mainly in Mater Adults ED and Mater Mothers. Moved onto Ipswich hospital as ED PHO and for past 3 years done multiple role as ED doctor, GP and involved in case base learning and clinical coaching for year 1&2 medical students at UQ. Now focusing mainly on GP and UQ students.
Interest is mainly in women’s health and minor ops
Outside of medicine, love to meet people from different cultures and travel the world while making difference in others lives.
Dr Aneesa Taylor
Aneesa was born in country New South Wales but moved to Brisbane for secondary school. She attained her medical degree at the University of Queensland before relocating to Cairns to complete her General Practice Fellowship.
Aneesa has a special interest in children’s, women’s and Indigenous health – having previously worked with True Relationships and Reproductive Health (formerly Family Planning Queensland) and Aboriginal Medical Services in North Queensland. In keeping with her interests, she has completed additional training including the National Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health, Diploma of Child Health at the University of Sydney and Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine. She is also certified to insert/remove intrauterine devices and contraceptive implants.
Outside of medicine Aneesa enjoys the cinema, good food and travel.