Dr. Josephine A. Ching
MD, MPH, FRACGP
Dr. Ching is from the Philippines. She obtained her Doctor of Medicine in 1984 and her Master of Public Health (Israel) in 1995. She became a Fellow in the Philippine Academy of Family Physician in 2000 and a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2012.
She has a keen interest in Women’s Health, Mental Health, Geriatrics, and Acupuncture.
Dr. Vikram Anand
Dr. Vikram Anand graduated with MBBS from University of Mumbai, India in 2000. He obtained his FRACGP in 2009, Dr Vikram has a special interest in Aged Care; Skin Care and Treatment; Men’s Health; Children’s Health; Women’s Health; Workcover; Minor Surgery and Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Krishani Perera
Dr. Perera graduated in 2000 from University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. She has been practicing as a General Practitioner since 2010 and she has been working with the Nerang community since early 2014.
Her interest is in the diversity of Family and General Practice and the continuous care of patients of all age groups. Dr. Perera speaks Singhalese.
Dr Parvezraza Sherasia is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Originally from India, Dr Sherasia graduated with an MBBS from the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda in 2004. Dr Sherasia spent over a decade working as a General Practitioner in India where he provided comprehensive, continual care to the local community as a general physician. In 2016, he began working in Australia in Mount Isa, where he was able to support the health local communities once more before moving to Brisbane. He holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Child Health from the University of Sydney (Westmead Hospital). His major interests are Women’s Health, Mental health, Child Health and chronic illness management.
He loves every aspect of General Practice but outside of that enjoys playing and watching Cricket and time with his family. He speaks Urdu, Gujarati and English.