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General Practitioners


Dr Trung Nam Nguyen, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Nguyen is a partner at Regency and has been here since 1995. He is interested in cardiovascular disease prevention, including the treatment of diabetes, hypertension and obesity. His key motivation in treating patients is to see his patients healthy and happy. Outside of work he enjoys gardening.

Dr Phuoc Tran, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Tran is a partner at Regency and returned here in 2013 after being a registrar with us previously. He gained extensive experience working at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Women’s & Children’s Hospital before joining General Practice training and attaining his RACGP fellowship in 2011. Dr Tran finds working as a General Practitioner both challenging and extremely rewarding. He is motivated by the ability to form trusting, long-term relationships with patients and the opportunity to provide the most consistent, high quality healthcare through their life. He practices evidence based medicine and enjoys all facets of General Practice, particularly preventive health, chronic disease management, Diabetes Mellitus, Cardiovascular Disease, Paediatric (children’s) health, minor surgical procedures, Implanon removals and insertions. He believes medicine is forever evolving and hence he never stops learning. He is able to conduct consultations in Vietnamese if required. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, catching up with family and friends, food/eating, watching movies, music, cars, motorbikes and sports.

Dr William Staridas, BSc (Hons), BMBS, FRACGP

Dr Staridas first worked at Regency in 2013 as a registrar and in 2015, returned to work with us on a permanent basis. His key motivation in treating patients is to improve patient’s health, not just in the short term, but also long term by preventing serious illness and creating a therapeutic relationship. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his family, football, cricket, tennis, golf, fishing and cooking.

Dr Quang Tran, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Tran graduated from University of Tasmania in 2002, and completed his fellowship with the RACGP through the Sturt Fleurieu General Practice Training Program.  He started working with the Regency Medical Clinic team in December of 2016.

His special interest includes Paediatric Health, Preventative Medicine, Skin Cancer treatment.  Outside of work, he enjoys gym, hiking, outdoor activities. A nice Shiraz, Whiskey or Cognac.

Independent Medical Practitioners

Independent Doctors may have different billing policies and fees to the Partners. Should you have a query please speak to your Doctor.

Dr Nichole Mellor, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Mellor joined our practice in September 2017.  She graduated from Adelaide University with Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in 2005.  In 2012 she finished the Fellowship in General Practice with awards for Academic Excellence including the David Game Medal for clinical skills.

Her special interests include Women’s Health, Shared Obstetric Care, Infertility, Weight Management, Paediatrics, Sexual Health and Mental Health.  She is able to do implanon insertions/removals.

Dr Mellor is also currently an examiner for the Royal Australian College of GPs and has been for 5 years.

Dr Ashley Mauviel MBBS, FRACGP, DCH (SA), Advanced Certificate in Sports Medicine (SA)

Dr Mauviel graduated from Adelaide University in 1994.  He completed FRACGP in 1998.  His other qualifications include a Diploma of Child Health (SA) and a Certificate in Advanced Sports Medicine.  He has been working at Regency Medical Clinic since 1996.  His special interests include paediatrics, sports medicine, chronic disease and psychiatry.  He places an emphasis on trying to provide the highest level of care.

Dr Sheela Rajan MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Sheela Rajan has worked at the Regency Medical Clinic since 2001. She consults on Wednesday, Thursdays and Fridays and is interested in providing care to all patients and enjoys this variety that is intrinsic to General Practice.

Dr Sonya Curnow MBBS (Hons), FRACGP

Dr Curnow has worked at the Regency Medical Clinic since 2001. She has an interest in all areas of General Practice, especially Mental Health illness. She is particularly motivated to work with any patients who avoid medical care due to anxiety.

Dr Stephen Klaric, MBBS, BA

Dr Klaric has been at Regency since 1994. He graduated from Adelaide University, and did his training at Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the Women’s and Children’s Hospital (then it was called the Adelaide Children’s Hospital). He has been in full time General Practice for 30 years and enjoys all aspects of patient care, however he has a special interest in Diabetes and Depression. Stephen is happy to see new patients. His key motivator is to provide quality care and always get the best possible result for patients.  He consults in Croatian, Polish and Russian languages.

Dr Monica Dilernia MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Sanja Klaric MBBS

Dr Susannah Dunmall

Dr Swathi Edakkadan 

Skin Clinic

Dr Graeme Siggs, MBBS (Hons), FRACGP, FSCCA

Dr Siggs is fully accredited in the practice of primary care skin cancer medicine and surgery by the Skin Cancer College of Australasia (SCCA), and the only doctor in Adelaide to be awarded Fellowship of SCCA.

Dr Siggs offers extensive experience in primary care skin cancer medicine and surgery, comprising all aspects of the diagnosis and management of skin cancer, including BCC, Bowen’s, SCC, melanoma in situ and early invasive melanoma.

Services that are provided include but are not limited to:

  • Full skin checks
  • Consulting service for opinion/management
  • Urgent skin spot checks
  • Management of all types of skin cancer
  • Topical therapie
  • Surgical procedures (biopsies, excisions, simple and complex closures)

New Patients welcome — Referrals are not required

Item 23 – $130 ($41.40 rebate)
Item 23 Concession – $70 ($41.40 rebate)
Item 36 – $160 ($80.10 rebate)
Item 36 Concession – $105 ($80.10 rebate)

All other item numbers may incur a gap payment which may vary according to the length of the procedure, concession card status, ‘frequent attendee status, etc.