Dr Sivagowry Sivakumar
MBBS, FRACGP, Dip in Child Health
Dr Sivagowry has extensive experience in General Practice, providing long term continuity of care for her patients. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has completed a Diploma of Paediatrics. She is interested in all aspects of general practice and family medicine including women's health providing Implanon insertion and removal, IUD Mirena+Copper insertion and removal, shared care antenatal with hospital, Men's health, adolescent health, skin cancer, skin disease and Paediatrics.
Dr Sivagowry is a GP supervisor for GP Registrars and is a regular examiner for RACGP Fellowship examinations. She is passionate about medical supervision and teaching.
Dr Sivagowry always takes a holistic approach when caring for her patients. She speaks English and Tamil.
Dr Nithy Muhunthan
MBBS, FRACGP, DRANZCOGG,
Dip in Child Health
Dr Nithy obtained her undergraduate medical degree and training in Sri Lanka before she migrated to Australia with her family in 2008.
Dr Nithy is fully qualified with the Australian Medical Council since 2010. Her extensive training experience in Australia includes in the fields of Paediatric, Geriatric, Rehabilitation Medicine, Infectious Disease Medicine, Respiratory and Cardiac Medicine, Surgery and Emergency Medicine.
She has completed her Postgraduate Diploma in Obstetric and Gynaecology with Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetric and Gynaecology, Postgraduate Fellowship with Royal Australian College of General Practice and a Diploma in Child Health in Sydney Children Hospital Network.
Dr Nithy loves all aspect of General Practice with a special interest in Child Health and Child Psychology and Women Health.
In addition to English, she can also consult in Tamil and Sinhala. During her spare time, Dr. Nithy enjoys spending time with her family. She loves gardening and cooking as leisure.
Dr M. S. Kathir
BSc, MBBS (Melbourne), FRACGP
Dr Kathir obtained his MBBS degree from University Of Melbourne. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
He holds extensive expertise and special interests in surgical procedures, preventative health, chronic disease management and children and men's health.
Dr Kathir speaks multiple languages including English, Tamil and Sinhalese.