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Dr Neil Bowman

Dr Neil Bowman

MBBS, FRACGP

Neil has been with Central Medical Group for over 20 years. He has interests in farm safety, children's health and sports medicine. He is a keen cyclist and commutes 12 km to and from work every day, rain, hail or shine. Neil is passionate about conservation and recycling.


Dr Evan Schuch

MBBS, FRACGP

Evan completed his training in Wales, England and New Zealand. Evan passed his RACGP examinations in 2015 and is now a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). Evan enjoys travel and has special interests in adolescent and children’s health.

   

Dr Liz Onley

MBBS, Adv DRANZCOG, FRACGP, DCH

Liz moved to Wodonga in 2015 from WA, where she has been living and working in a rural setting for the past 7 years.
She has special interests in obstetrics, women's and children's health, as well as an interest in teen mental health.
She is kept busy at home by her young family and likes to ride her horses at every opportunity she can.

   

Dr Jonathan Da Silva

MBBS, FRACGP

Jonathan moved from Canada to Australia in 2008 and studied medicine in Queensland. Graduating in 2011, he has worked in hospitals in both Queensland and Victoria, finally settling in Albury / Wodonga. He completed his GP training in October 2017. Jonathan has a range of interests including adolescent mental health and sexual health.

Jonathan feels that the region is the perfect place to call home, with extensive outdoor activities and a welcoming community vibe. 

   

Dr Elizabeth Lord

MBBS, FRACGP

We are very excited to have Elizabeth join our team. Elizabeth has special interests in women’s and reproductive health. She is originally from Tasmania and is looking forward to enjoying the rural lifestyle opportunities in the North East.


   

Dr Rachel Day

B.Physio (Melb) MBBS (Syd) Emergency Medicine Cert (ACEM), FRACGP

Rachel joined CMG in February 2017 after spending 2 years in Corowa, and in Melbourne prior to that.

Rachel completed her medical degree at Sydney University in 2005 and spent early years working at Westmead Hospital (Sydney), St. Vincent’s Hospital (Melbourne) and Albury Wodonga Health.  Initially starting the Emergency Medicine specialist training program she swapped to General Practice 8 years ago. She enjoys spending time with her young family and exploring the local wineries and foodie hot spots.

Rachel has interests in emergency medicine, paediatric and women’s health.


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