CONTACT

(02) 6255 2400

Suite 2 & 3

Birubi Chambers

Hawker Place, Hawker ACT 2614

(02) 6255 1645

OPENING HOURS

Monday to Friday

8:30am - 6:00pm

(last appointment 5:00pm)

HMP is closed on weekends and public holidays.

After-hours service is provided by the Canberra After Hours Locum Medical Service (CALMS): Tel: 1300 422 567, www.calms.net.au. CALMS Clinics are open at Calvary Hospital, The Canberra Hospital and Tuggeranong Clinic.

Doctors

Dr Paterson KWAN

MBBS (UNSW Hons 1984),

FRACGP

 

Dr Paterson KWAN

Bi-linguist English and Cantonese. Dr Kwan is interested in all facets of family medicine. Dr Kwan is currently on leave.

Dr Ta PHENGSIAROUN

MBBS ( Sydney 1997),

FRACGP, Dip in Dermatology

 

Dr Ta PHENGSIAROUN  

Tri-linguist English, Laotian and Thai. He enjoys general medicine and has special interest in skin cancer screening and skin conditions. Dr Phengsiaroun is Principal of Hawker Medical Practice.

Dr Judit MORVAI

MBBS (Debrecen,Hungary 1977),

FRACGP, Dip Paediatrics 1998

 

Dr Judit MORVAI

Bi-linguist English and Hungarian. She is interested in all facets of family health care. She is an accredited RACGP examiner

Dr Maisie GOH

MBBS (Sydney 1999),

FRACGP

 

Dr Maisie GOH

Dr Goh graduated from the University of Sydney. She has been practising as a GP since 1999, in Sydney and now Canberra. She has an interest in women's health.

Dr Dorothy MONK

MBBS (NSW 2001) FRACGP

 

Dr Dorothy MONK

Dr Monk enjoys all aspects of General Practice. She is bilingual in English and Polish and worked in a rural area before moving to Canberra. Dr Monk is a registered RACGP examiner.

Dr Gloria JOVE  

MBBS, BMed Sc ( ANU 2007), FRACGP

 

 

Dr Gloria JOVE  

Dr Jove has a special interest in womens health.

Dr Yunbo DUAN

BMed ( Uni Shandong, China 1986)

MMed ( Uni Peking 1991)

MD( Melbourne 1999) FRACGP (2013)

Dr Yunbo DUAN

Bi-linguist English and Mandarin Chinese. Dr Duan finished his medical training in North China. He was involved in medical research in osteoporosis in both Peking, France  and Melbourne. He was NHMRC Research Fellow Austin Health, Melbourne ( 1998-2006).  Dr Duan had published over 40 papers on osteoporosis locally and internationally. He successfully completed Doctor of Medicine in Uni of Melbourne 1999, the Australian Medical Council examination 2006 and the Fellowship exam for RACGP. He is interested in all facets of family medicine.