Dr Bernard Tse
FRACGP, MBBS (UNSW), Diploma of Child Health
Dr Tse has been a GP for over 15 years. He has a keen interest in all aspects of general practice and aims to provide holistic, family-based care for his patients. He has a special interest in internal medicine, acupuncture, paediatrics and geriatrics and provides services to several nursing homes. Dr Tse has been involved in the Australian Primary Preventative Care Collaboratives Program to improve outcomes for Type 2 Diabetes patients. He regularly participates in Antenatal Share Care, Geriatric, Mental Health and, Chronic Disease management programs, and has recently completed the Hepatitis B: Advanced Management in Primary Care course. He practices acupuncture weekly and is a member of the AMAC. He is also the Clinical Lead of Sydney Mind Health, a local mental health program at CESPHN. Dr Tse has been a GP synergy supervisor for 5 years and enjoys training GPs of the future. Dr Tse is also a current Board member for the Australian Nursing Home Foundation as well as an advisory for the Canterbury Hospital Clinical Council. He speaks fluent Cantonese and Mandarin.
Dr Karen Pok
FRACGP, DCH, MBBS, BMedSci(Hons), FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health
Karen graduated with honours from the University of Sydney with her first degree in medical science. She spent a year doing research in neuropathology and then completed her medical degree at the same university. She was a rural student in Dubbo for her third year and did elective terms in Hobart and London. For internship and residency, she worked at Concord, Canterbury and Broken Hill Hospitals. Part of her GP training was completed here at Campsie Medical Practice.
As a GP, Karen enjoys looking after entire families from young to old and having a holistic and preventative approach to healthcare. She has special interests in women’s health, mental health and hepatitis B. She has also completed a Diploma in child health and a Family Planning Certificate. She can speak Cantonese.
Dr John Doan
MBBS (UNSW) RACGP
John graduated and obtained his medical degree from the University of New South Wales in 2009. He then worked as a junior medical officer in Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital and St Vincent's Hospital. John spent the majority of his hospital terms working in Geriatrics which he enjoyed the most. He was also a paediatric resident at Canterbury Hospital. John then moved on to complete his general practice training in the NSW Central Coast.
As a fully qualified GP, John continued his passion for rural general practice and spent 4 years working in the rural town of Forster. In Forster, John gained further experience working with a broad range of patients from the very young to elderly retirees in vulnerable and disadvantaged communities.
John has now returned to Sydney and he hopes to bring the same country home style of medicine back to the city. He strives to be thorough and to sort out his patients once and for all. His special interests are in Aged Care, Paediatrics, Chronic Disease Management, Men's Health and Mental Health.
Dr Sahil Mediratta
MBBS (UNSW), Diploma of Child Health
Sahil is continuing his GP registrar training at Campsie for 2020. His previous term have been at Wetherill Park and prior to this, Sahil has worked in as a junior doctor in hospitals including Canterbury, Concord, Orange and Broken Hill. Sahil has elected to do training placements overseas in India and Nepal. Sahil speaks both English and Hindi.
We have Practice Nurses working Monday to Saturday. They are experienced in triage and qualified to perform children and adult immunisations/ vaccinations, ECG, Spirometry, Diabetes care (including glucose testing and foot checks), Health Assessments, assisting with any support services (Aged Care Assessments), Chronic Disease support and health education.