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Dr Sol Adibnejad
Dr Sol Adibnejad MD, FRACGP, DoD (SCCA), DSCMS (SCCA)

Sol is a passionate medical educator.  He started his medical career in Australia in 2006 within Western Health network (Melbourne). He spent 5 years within public health sector as a hospital medical officer and registrar where he  gained experience in Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, General Medicine, Specialty Medicine, and Urology. He started his rural General Practice in 2011 and has been enjoying the variety of presentations seen in this highly rewarding field of medicine. 


Dr Simon Wilding
Dr Simon Wilding MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Wilding graduated from Monash University in 1996, and has worked in many varied fields of medicine, and various places including South Gippsland, Darwin, and Katherine in the Northern Territory.

Simon is a tutor at Melbourne University as well as an experienced examiner for the RACGP. He is a passionate medical educator.


Dr Melissa Ardley

Dr Melissa Ardley graduated from The University of Sydney in 2009. 
Internship was undertaken at Western Hospital in Melbourne and then Melissa was accepted into the Royal Children's Hospital training program working as a JRMO, SRMO and paediatric registrar before deciding on a move to general practice. 
A detour through obstetrics/gynaecology at Monash Health resulted in the DRANZCOG. 
Melissa recently fellowed with the RACGP in 2015 having successfully completed her GP registrar training with VMA and passing the college exams. Melissa is a keen medical educator.
Her interest areas include paediatrics, women's health, antenatal care and family planning.

Dr Rebekah Ledingham
Dr Rebekah Ledingham MBBS, FRACGP

Bek works as a GP in Broome and a medical educator with the Rural Clinical School WA. She is slowly completing her Masters of Clinical Education through Flinders University while working full time and raising her two children Lucy and Daniel as a solo Mum. 


She was the recipient of 2013 RACGP registrar of the year, credited for her involvement in education and encouraging her peers to get involved in educating peers and juniors. She has a passion for Aboriginal Health, Women's health and medical education. She has completed most of her medical training in the North of Australia including the Northern Territory and the Kimberley. She has helped registrars get prepared for their RACGP and ACRRM exams for the last few years in the Kimberley and has an interest in developing Near peer teaching programs. She is an RACGP examiner and an ALSO instructor.


Dr Joanne Mountford
Dr Joanne Mountford MBBS, FRACGP

Joanne graduated from the University of Sydney in 2005 and completed her hospital training at The Canberra Hospital.  Jo completed her general practice training in 2010 and has been a GP supervisor and RACGP OSCE examiner for several years.  Jo is currently a clinical educator at Family Planning Victoria as well as working as a General Practitioner.

Dr Wendy Pakes
Dr Wendy Pakes B.Sc, B. Med. Sci (Hons), MB.BS (Hons), FRACGP

Wendy graduated from Monash University and after several years in hospitals, commenced general practice and completed her FRACGP  in 1992. She has worked in a variety of Melbourne general practices and is currently working as a tutor at Melbourne University, as a Liaison Physician with VCS as well as in general practice.  She has special interest in Women's health, travel medicine and sexual health.

She particularly enjoys involvement in medical education at all levels and is an examiner for RACGP.


Dr Jaclyn Brown
Dr Jaclyn Brown MBBS (Hons), FRACGP, DRANZCOG, Dip CH

Dr Jaclyn Brown graduated from Monash University in 2008. She completed her internship at Fremantle Hospital Western Australia. She spent time working throughout Western Australia in Obstetrics, Paediatrics, Aboriginal Health Service in Derby WA. She became a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2013. She was invited to be an examiner for the Royal
Australian College of general practice, which she currently enjoys. Jacqui spent a year locuming around Australia before returning to her home town of Merimbula NSW where she currently works part time in General Practice. Jacqui is a new mum who at present is providing tutoring to local and international medical graduates. Her interests include women’s health, mental health and paediatrics.

Dr Jacqui Sutton
Dr Jacqui Sutton MBBS (hons), DCH (hons), FRACGP

Jacqui completed her undergraduate medical training at Monash University in Victoria. She has since worked in Townsville, Darwin, and Adelaide, prior to commencing her general practice training in Adelaide. She completed her RACGP Fellowship Exams in 2013 and now resides in Western Australia with her young family. Jacqui enjoys medical education and playing a role in the ongoing professional development of GP candidates around the country, and she is a regular examiner for the RACGP OSCEs

Dr Gracie Vivian
Dr Gracie Vivian MBBS, FRACGP, DTMH, DCH

Gracie completed medical school in 2009 from the University of Western Australia and finished her hospital and GP training in various locations in metropolitan and rural WA. Since becoming a fellow of the RACGP in 2014 she has pursued an interest in medical education by teaching medical students at Notre Dame University, working as a medical educator at WAGPET and examining for the RACGP exams. Particular areas of clinical interest include womens' health, homeless health and Indigenous health.

Dr Liz Gray

Elizabeth completed her undergraduate medical degree at the University of Western Australia in 2010 and obtained her FRACGP in 2016. She has a keen interest in medical education through her experiences as a clinical tutor at UWA, a medical educator with WAGPET and an examiner for the RACGP OSCEs. She enjoys all aspects of general practice with a particular interest in chronic disease management.

Dr Snya Chadha
Dr Snya Chadha MBBS, MS(ENT), FRACGP

Dr Chadha did her MBBS from India in 1997 followed by a Masters degree in ENT. She is a keen medical educator and an OSCE examiner for RACGP. Dr Chadha continues her interests in academics and teaching as a part of the team at GP academy. Dr Chadha's area of interest in research is allergic rhinitis, asthma, snoring, sleep apnoea, hearing loss and tinnitus.

Affie Farokhzad
Affie Farokhzad B.Eng, Dip. OHS

Education Manager

Sarah Triffitt
Sarah Triffitt B.Arts (Intl. Studies & Japanese)

Training Coordinator

Joscelyn Gan
Joscelyn Gan Medical Student - University of Melbourne

Exam Support, OSCE Course Co-ordinator, OSCE role-player

Rafael Lee
Rafael Lee Medical Student - University of Melbourne

OSCE Course Co-ordinator

Dr Melissa Hynes
Dr Melissa Hynes St Vincent's Hospital

OSCE Course Leader

Dr Laura Machan
Dr Laura Machan Western Health

OSCE Course Leader

Dr Laura Cashman
Dr Laura Cashman MBBS

Support Team, OSCE Course Facilitator

Dr Natasha Sosnin
Dr Natasha Sosnin MBBS

OSCE Course Facilitator

Dr Catriona McLaren
Dr Catriona McLaren OSCE Support

OSCE Support Team

Dr Sophie Einoder
Dr Sophie Einoder OSCE Support

OSCE Support Team

Dr Rachel Cheong
Dr Rachel Cheong MBBS

OSCE Support Team

Dr William Poh
Dr William Poh MBBS


Dr Allanah Howard-Bath
Dr Allanah Howard-Bath MBBS

OSCE On Demand Course Facilitator

Dr Julia Corfield
Dr Julia Corfield MBBS


Dr Cassandra Poon
Dr Cassandra Poon OSCE Support

OSCE Support Team

Christian Gan
Christian Gan Medical Student - University of Melbourne

OSCE Role-player

Dr Thomas Moran
Dr Thomas Moran OSCE Support

OSCE Support Team

Dr Emily Thrower
Dr Emily Thrower OSCE Support

OSCE Support Team

Micaela De Luca
Micaela De Luca Medical Student, Monash University

Support team and OSCE role-player

Pravik Solanki
Pravik Solanki Medical Student, Monash University

OSCE role-player

Claudia Crawford
Claudia Crawford Medical Student, Monash University

OSCE role-player

Grace Liskaser
Grace Liskaser Medical Student - University of Melbourne

OSCE Role-player

Lauren Clementson
Lauren Clementson Medical Student - Monash University

OSCE Role-player

Paige Dissanayake
Paige Dissanayake Medical Student - University of Melbourne

OSCE Role-Player

Sachin Phakey
Sachin Phakey Medical Student - University of Melbourne

OSCE Role-Player

Louise Rait
Louise Rait Medical Student - University of Melbourne

OSCE Role-Player

Hannah Webster
Hannah Webster Medical Student, Monash University

OSCE Role-player

Emily Robertson
Emily Robertson Medical Student, Monash University

OSCE Role-Player

Miriam Belhadfa
Miriam Belhadfa Medical Student, Monash University

OSCE Role-player

Jonathan Wong
Jonathan Wong Medical Student, Monash University

OSCE Role-Player

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GP Academy

Main Office:

Level 2, 990 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill, Victoria, 3128

Phone: (03) 8652 5012

Email: [email protected]

Fax: (03) 9566 7299

Monday to Friday: 9:00-17:00

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