Dr Ceri Goodwin
Ceri (a Welsh Gaelic name pronounced "Kerry" ) trained at Adelaide University Medical School and has spent over 30 years as a Family Physician in community general practice. He is one of the Principals of Malvern Medical Centre. Ceri holds the postgraduate Diploma in Obstetrics and has several postgraduate Skin Cancer Certificates. He oversees long-term prevention strategies to follow up common and serious disease screening for his patients. Ceri is a Member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).
Dr Andrew Goodwin
Andrew is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and one of the founding Principals of Malvern Medical Centre. He has been a Doctor for over 25 years and has special interests in adult and children’s medicine as well as primary care skin and eye disease. He has a keen interest and a wealth of experience with children who need acute medical care. Andrew is an accredited GP Trainer and enjoys teaching, training and mentoring new medical graduates in the science and art of medical practice.
Dr Richard Goodwin
Richard obtained his medicine and surgery degrees (MBBS) from the
University of Adelaide in 1993 and is one of the Principals of Malvern Medical
Centre. In addition to his clinical work, he is an RACGP examiner and an
accredited GP Trainer. Richard has a particular interest in the early diagnosis
of skin cancer using a skin surface microscope (dermatoscope) to improve
diagnostic accuracy. He holds an Advanced Clinical Certificate in Dermoscopy
and a Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine (Uni QLD).
Please note that at this time Richard is not able to take on new patients.
Dr Sarah Cunningham
Sarah trained at the University of Adelaide Medical School, completed the
General Practice Training Program with the Royal Australian College of GPs
and has worked in General Practice for over 20 years. Her interests include
general, paediatric and geriatric medicine as well as women’s health issues.
Sarah spends time understanding people and enjoys providing
comprehensive primary health care to all patients.
Please note that Sarah is not taking on new patients at this time.
Dr Karen Sandercock
Karen graduated from Flinders University Medical School in 1994 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has extensive General Practice experience with particular interest and training in women’s health including involvement in shared antenatal care and contraception. Karen also has signicant experience dealing with sick children.
Dr Dom Panozzo
Dom graduated in 1981 and has been in general practice since 1983. He worked in three other practices before joining Malvern Medical Centre. He is interested in all aspects of general practice especially dermatology. What attracted him to medicine was the varied and interesting study and the face to face interaction with people and their different presentations. Dom is fluent in both Italian and French. He consults in MMC’s main building for full days Monday to Thursday, Friday mornings and one Saturday a month.
Dr Margaret Harrington
Margaret graduated in 1972, spent four years doing hospital rotations and has since worked in general practice. A desire to help others in a profession respected by the community and an interest in human biological science were her motivations for doing medicine. Geriatric medicine and women's health are the focuses of her general practice. Margaret consults in the Cottage for full days Tuesday and Wednesday, and Thursday mornings.
Dr Brendan O'Leary
Brendan was a student for the priesthood but decided that it was not his calling and he subsequently undertook medicine. The attraction of medicine was that it was, and continues to be, a fulfilling and secure occupation. He graduated in 1983, did various hospital jobs in Adelaide and in Norwich (UK) and took up general practice at Goolwa for four years before joining Dom Panozzo in Westbourne Park and more recently at Colonel Light Medical Centre. Brendan consults in the Cottage for a full day on Monday and in the morning on Wednesday and Friday.
Dr Tim Goh
Tim graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2013 and having successfully the requirements of being a Registrar was granted Fellowship of the RACGP in September 2019. He has worked in a variety of hospitals including Flinders Medical Centre and the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He has also worked in general practice in the Adelaide Hills and southern suburbs of Adelaide. Tim has a special interest in geriatric medicine, mental health and sports medicine.
The Malvern Medical Centre is a Royal Australian College of General Practitioners accredited teaching site and is partnered with GPEx for the training of GP Registrars. A GP Registrar is a doctor enrolled in the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program. The AGPT Program is the main pathway that graduate doctors undertake to become specialist General Practitioners in Australia. GP Registrars are highly skilled doctors supported by a team of very experienced supervisors and medical educators.
GP Registrars may be required to change practices every 6-12 months as part of their specialised training program. While this change can be disruptive for some patients, it also brings a wealth of diverse knowledge into our practice team, as GP Registrars enjoy the benefit of training in a variety of specialities including cardiology, emergency medicine, obstetrics, paediatrics and many more.
Dr Annabel Hoile
Annabel completed a Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) at the University of South Australia before going on to study medicine at Flinders University, graduating in 2011. She then worked in hospitals in Perth, predominantly in the emergency department at Fremantle Hospital before moving back to Adelaide to commence general practice training. Annabel is particularly interested in women's health and chronic disease management. She has two small children who keep her exceptionally busy.