Dr Georgina Olesnicky


Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery, University of Sydney

Dr Guyan Thambugala


Guyan graduated from the University of New South Wales and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of general practitioners. He is has a lot of experience in many areas of general practice and is a patient focussed doctor. He likes to incorporate lifestyle medicine which focuses on diet and exercise to improve health and wellbeing, helping patients achieve their goals in small and sustainable steps. Preventative medicine and regular health checks are an important part of his practice. 


Areas of interest

  • General Medicine
  • Men’s health
  • Women’s health
  • Travel medicine and immunization
  • Sexual health, family planning and contraceptive advice
  • Mental health and Mental Health Plans
  • Childhood immunisations
  • Workers compensation
  • Smoking cessation
  • Weight management
  • Health checks and preventative medicine, chronic disease management and care plans

Dr Cameron Nik


Dr Nik completed his medical training in Iran and has worked as a medical practitioner in Australia for over a decade. After moving to Australia he has worked in rural and urban settings in Queensland.

He enjoys caring for patients at all stages of life – from infants to the elderly. A passionate and dedicated medical professional, Dr Nik relocated to New South Wales in 2015 where he has continued to enjoy all areas of general practice.

Cameron enjoys building rapport with his patients and helping them achieve their health goals, he works collaboratively with his patients to educate, diagnose and treat their health concerns.

In his own time, Cameron is interested in playing soccer, swimming and travelling.

Some areas of interest: management of chronic conditions particularly diabetes and hepatitis, Paediatrics, Mental health, Men’s health, Travel medicine, Refugee health, Minor skin procedures, Geriatric Medicine, sexual health, contraception and fertility medicine.

Special training: S100 prescriber for HIV and hepatitis B Medicines, NSW prescriber of Methadone and Buprenorphine, Focused psychological strategies skills (CBT), Implanon Rod insertion.

Additional Languages Spoken: Persian (Farsi)

Dr Joel Asence


Dr. Asence has been a practising doctor for almost 30 years which include his overseas medical experience. In 1998, he started working at the Latrobe Regional Hospital in Traralgon, Victoria. He then later worked as a GP in Victoria and then moved to the Central Coast in 2003. He opened and established Central Coast Family Medicine in 2005.

In the course of his GP work in Traralgon, Dr. Asence obtained Fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He is also a member of the Australian Medical Association.

Dr. Asence has a wide range of interests including Geriatrics, Men’s Health, Paediatrics, Women’s Health, Mental Health, Minor Surgical Procedures among others. He particularly enjoys looking after multiple generations of the same families from the very young ones to the elderly.


Prof. David A. Kandiah


MB,ChB (Hons), MClinEd, MPH, MHL, MBA, PhD (Medicine), MRCP(UK), FRACP, FACLM, FAMS

Diagnosis and management of complex rheumatic diseases including vasculitis, connective tissue diseases and inflammatory arthritis.

• Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, The Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Australia, 1991
• Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, 1984
• Master of Clinical Education (UNSW), 1995
• Master of Public Health (USyd) 1997
• Master of Health Law (USyd) 2001
• Master of Business Administration (U21G) 2007
• Doctor of Philosophy (UNSW) 1999
• Membership Royal College of Physicians, United Kingdom 1987
• Fellowship Academy of Medicine, Singapore 2004.


American College of Rheumatology. Royal Society of Medicine. Royal Australasian College of Physicians. Academy of Medicine Singapore. Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management.


University Medal Final MB,ChB (Part 2), The University of Sheffield, 1983.
The West Riding Panel Practitioners’ Prize in Clinical Medicine, The University of Sheffield, 1984.
Best Clinical Teacher, Royal Melbourne Hospital, 1990; Best Clinical Teacher, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, 1998; Excellence in Clinical Teaching, School of Medicine, Griffith University, 2008, FRACP Teaching Excellence, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, 2009.
Young Investigator Award, The St George Hospital, Sydney, 1996.
Pfizer Award, Best Scientific Presentation, ARA(NSW), 1996.
Pfizer National Rheumatology Award (ARA), 1997.
Academic Excellence, Master of Business Administration, Universitas Global 21, 2008.
Perth Convention Bureau, Conference Award, 2011.