Our Doctors

Dr Andrew Bai Sunnybank Hills Medical

Dr Lihua Andrew Bai  白医生 (国语)

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)

Make an Appointment with Dr. Lihua Andrew Bai here

Dr Parul Agarwal Sunnybank Hills Medical

Dr Parul Agarwal

Originally from India, Dr Parul moved to the USA and completed secondary school and college there. She then attended Ross University in Dominica and completed her clinical training in different hospitals in the USA.
Dr Parul moved to Australia in 2006, and worked mainly in Mater Adults Emergency Department (ED) and Mater Mothers. She then moved onto Ipswich Hospital as ED Principal House Officer (PHO) she has done multiple roles as an ED doctor, GP and involved in case based learning and clinical coaching for Year 1 & 2 medical students at UQ. Now focusing mainly on GP and UQ students.
Dr Parul’s areas of Interest include Women’s Health, Antenatal care, Children’s Health, Minor Operations and Medicinal Cannabis.
Outside of medicine, Dr Paurl loves to meet people from different cultures and travel the world whilst making a difference in others lives.
Dr Parul Speaks fluent English and Hindi

Make an Appointment with Dr Parul Agarwal here

Dr Andrew Chai Sunnybank Hills Medical

Dr Andrew Chai 車君漢 醫生

Dr Chai previously worked as a pharmacist for a few years prior to commencing his studies in medicine. After completing his medical degree he worked at Logan Hospital before consulting in the Toowoomba and Highfields area. He  is interested in all aspects of medicine with a special interest in Skin and preventative health.

Dr Chai Speaks: English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

Make an Appointment with Dr Andrew Chai

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Dr Tony Arcibal

Dr Tony Arcibal is a Fellow of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM) with Advanced Specialty in Adult Internal Medicine. Dr Tony Arcibal has more than 13 years experience in General Adult Medicine and Sub-specialties (eg Cardiology, Endocrine and Diabetes, Obstetric Medicine, Respiratory, Renal, Geriatrics, Infectious Diseases, Rheumatology, Neurology, Medical Oncology and Haematology, and Rehabilitation Medicine) in major hospitals in Queensland (The Prince Charles Hospital, The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital for Renal, Mater Adult Hospital including Obstetric Medicine, The Townsville Hospital, Ipswich Hospital, and Logan Hospital).  He has also 4 years experience in combined Emergency Medicine and ICU (both medical and surgical) in The Townsville Hospital (including Paediatrics) and Mater Adult Hospital. Dr Tony also has been dealing with Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Mental Health and Minor Surgery.

Make an Appointment with Dr Tony Arcibal here

Dr Hannan Khan

Dr Hannan Khan

Dr Hannan was born in Lahore, Pakistan. He graduated from the King Edward Medical University in 2009. He moved to Australia in 2011, he initially worked in Perth at different Hospitals including Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Hollywood Private Hospital, Swan Districts Hospital, Joondalup Health Campus, Nickol Bay Hospital and Osborne Park Hospital. He also worked as a general practitioner with a couple of deputising locum services.

Dr Hannan moved to Barmera, South Australia along with his family in 2018 to complete his fellowship in General practice and worked there for almost 3.5 years before finally moving to Brisbane in 2021

Dr Hannan is a fellow of the Australian College of General Practitioners. He has special interests in men’s health, care of the elderly, managing complex and chronic health conditions, child health, aboriginal health and performing minor surgery.

Make an Appointment with Dr.Hannan Khan

Dr Thamir Karam

Dr Thamir Karam

Dr Thamir Karam graduated in 1992 with an MBBS from the University of Baghdad in Iraq. Since coming to Australia, he has received his Australian Medical Council (AMC) certification. Dr Karam enjoys all aspects of general care and has a particular interest in child immunisations. His patients have described him as a very caring doctor who is also a very competent and knowledgeable doctor in Sunnybank Hills.

Special interest : Diabetes management, Skin Cancer, dermatology, .

Make and appointment with Dr Karam here

Dr Champ

Dr Champak Chakraborty

Dr Champak Chakraborty is an experienced and caring GP who loves General Practice for the variety and the continuity of care. He is a very friendly and approachable doctor who values patients’ interests. He is compassionate about patients’ health care and providing better clinical outcomes.

Dr Chakraborty is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of GPs (FRACGP) and has been working as a GP in QLD and NSW for more than 13 years.

Dr Chakraborty trained as a GP with Special Interest in Diabetes (GPwSI – Diabetes) at UQ Health/Griffith University Logan Campus. A Queensland Health initiative to improve the health of Metro South patients with diabetes.

His special clinical interests include the management of diabetes, weight loss, children’s health and men’s health including chronic health management.

Dr Chakraborty graduated from the University of Chittagong in 1989. He obtained USMLE – step 2 (USA), 1999. He completed Overseas Doctors Training Programme in Auckland Hospital, New Zealand in 2001. He then undergone Overseas Doctors Training at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane 2003 through The University of Queensland and continued to work in different hospitals in Brisbane and Sunshine Coast for more than 5 years. Since then, he has undertaken to practice as a GP.

In his free time, he enjoys gardening, home decorating and being involved with local cultural events as an MC and poem writing and recitation.

Make an appointment with Dr Champak Chakraborty

Dr Shahab Khan

Dr Shahab Khan

Dr  Shahab Khan graduated with MBBS from the Khyber Medical College, University of Peshawar in 2007. After moving to Australia in 2012, he worked in various Public and Private Hospitals in Perth as an RMO and a Medical Registrar for 3 years.

Then he worked as a GP with deputising locum services as a Home Visit Doctor for 1.5 years.

Dr Shahab Khan then moved to Brisbane, along with his family in 2017 to complete his GP fellowship experience/training and worked in a small rural town for almost 5 years and passed his Fellowship exams of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2021 becoming a Specialist GP.

He holds special interest in Preventive Health and always has an emphasis on cancer screening tests. He also has interest in diabetes mellitus and it’s prevention/treatment.

 In his free time, he loves gardening, 4wding, camping, and fishing.

 Dr Shahab Khan is fluent in Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, and Pashto.




Dr Danny Nguyen

Dr Danny Nguyen

Dr Danny Nguyen completed his Bachelor of Arts at the University of California, Berkeley and spent time working in IT at Cisco systems in the San Francisco Bay Area.. After finishing a Master of Science in Physiology from Georgetown University, he returned to Australia to complete his Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of Queensland. Since completing his 2019, he has spent time working at the Princess Alexandra hospital, Queensland’s Children hospital, Redland hospital, and St Vincent Brisbane hospital. He is currently in his final year of general practice training and enjoys all aspects of general practice. Outside of work he enjoys a friendly game of badminton, trying new food, and playing PC games. 

Dr Dipti Paul

Dr Dipti Paul

 Dr Dipti Paul graduated in 1989 with a Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Dhaka in Bangladesh. Since then, she has earned herself an Australian Medical Council (AMC) certification and a Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). Dr. Paul is an experienced GP with a special interest in preventative care, family medicine, and women’s health. She is a compassionate doctor in Sunnybank Hills with a patient-centred approach to health care. When she’s not occupied with work, Dipti likes to engage in thoughtful communication with her patients through her English and Bengali fluency.

 Make an appointment with Dr Dipti Paul

Dr Tang

Dr Ing chi Leon Tang

(Also works at our calamvale Central Family Practice during the week)

Dr Tang graduated from the University of Queensland in 2014 and worked in Queensland hospitals for 3 years. He later pursued his lifelong dream to become a General Practitioner to provide quality and comprehensive healthcare for local communities. Dr Tang worked in various clinics in Queensland and Victoria for the past 5 years, and joined Calamvale Central Family Practice 2 years ago.

Dr Tang is accredited to perform Western acupuncture and is part of the Fellowship of Australian Medical Acupuncture College (FAMAC). Dr Tang is able to provide care from both western and chinese medicine point of view. He is very passionate about treating musculoskeletal injuries and painful conditions with acupuncture. 

Dr Tang is aligned with the Mater Mothers’ shared care program and is able to care for your antenatal needs. He is a recent proud father and is able to relate personally to clients about the antenatal care process. Dr Tang is able to provide women’s health services such as insertions of Implanons and intrauterine devices (Mirena, Kyleena and Copper IUDs). 

Dr Tang is also interested in paediatric medicine and completed a diploma of children’s medicine. 

Dr Tang has work experience in rural towns of Australia which have high incidences of skin cancer. He is able to perform skin checks, skin cancer excisions and minor skin surgery.

Furthermore, Dr Tang has a variety of knowledge in many other areas of General practice such as mental health, chronic disease management (diabetes, asthma etc.), aged care and Aboriginal health.

Dr Tang’s friendly and approachable personality makes people of all ages feel welcomed. His patient and understanding nature allows him to provide comprehensive and efficient care.

Dr Tang comes from Malaysia and can speak English and Mandarin. He is a family man and enjoys being with his wife and son. In his spare time, he enjoys sports such as road cycling , tennis, jogging etc 

Dr Azima

Dr Azima Portelli ( currently working at our sister practice in Calamvale Central Family Practice) 

Dr Azima was born in the UK and graduated from the University of Leicester in 2007. She is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of GPs and has been a GP in Brisbane South for over 10 years. She is highly experienced and has worked in various different specialties such as diabetes, paediatrics and emergency medicine.

Azima is further specialised in women’s health achieving Diplomas of both Obstetrics & Gynaecology (DRCOG) and of the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (DFRSH). She is a Mater aligned maternity shared care GP, offering a range of fertility and family planning services e.g. insertion/removal of IUDs and contraceptive implants. She also performs skin cancer checks and excisions, having completed Certificates in Skin Cancer Medicine and Dermoscopy with the skin cancer college of Australasia.

Azima works part-time as a HealthPathways clinical editor at Brisbane South PHN, writing clinical decision support tools for local GPs, reflecting her philosophy of providing high quality, current and holistic care to patients.

Her other areas of interest include care of the elderly, managing complex and chronic health conditions, child health and performing minor surgery.

Outside of medicine, Azima is a busy mum of 3 who enjoys spending time with her family.

Make an Appointment with Dr. Azima for calamvale click here

Dr Jia-Woei Shyong

Dr Jia-Woei Shyong

Dr Jia-Woei Shyong worked as a community pharmacist for 3 years prior to entering
medical school.  Since obtaining his medical degree in 2014 from the
University of Queensland, he has worked at Princess Alexandra Hospital, QEII
Jubilee Hospital and Redland Hospital, rotating through a variety of
specialities including General Medicine, General Surgery, Cardiology, Emergency
Medicine, Urology and Orthopaedics.  His special interests include
emergency medicine and procedural skills.

Dr Shyong speaks English and Mandarin

Make an Appointment with Dr Jia-Woei Shyong

Dr Philip

Dr Philip Iskander

Dr. Iskander brings extensive expertise across various domains of General Practice, having garnered diverse experience in both urban and rural settings. Since 1982, his medical journey encompasses General Practice, residency in teaching hospitals as a Resident Medical Officer, and specialised roles in Pathology.

Dedicated to delivering optimal care, Dr. Iskander finds immense satisfaction in witnessing the well-being of his patients. He actively promotes multiculturalism and is proficient in English and Arabic. Upholding values of honesty, trust, and a personalized holistic approach, Dr. Iskander is committed to his professional ethos.

Beyond his medical pursuits, Dr. Iskander is an engaged member of the Coptic Orthodox Church in Brisbane, QLD.

Dr. Iskander’s passion lies in Family Medicine, covering diverse areas such as Chronic Disease Management, Immunisations, Travel Medicine, Men’s Health, Workers Compensation, and Mental Health Issues.

Areas of Interest:

– Family medicine
– Chronic disease management
– Travel medicine
– Men’s health
– Mental health
– Immunisations

Make an Appointment with Dr Philip Iskander