Geoff Martin has been in practice here for over 40 years. His particular interests are obstetrics (now shared-care only) and reproductive medicine, and motor-sport medicine.
Dr Martin spent many years with the RACGP and World Organisation of Family Doctors working in improvements in quality and standards in General Practice. He is involved with our local hospital, Burnside, as Chairman of their Clinical Review Committee.
He looks after an increasing number of elderly patients in Residential Aged Care facilities and spends Tuesdays doing his rounds there.
Dr Martin consults Monday and Wednesday all day, Thursday and Friday mornings. Tuesdays are spent visiting various Aged Care Facilities and making home visits. Friday afternoon and Saturday morning consulting including on call on a rotating roster.
Sharifah Sorayya Mahmood Martin graduated in Malaysia in 1985. She was a trainee in Plastic Surgery before opting out in favour of General Practice. She joined the practice in 2001 soon after she moved to Adelaide, leaving behind her own family-run practice and a career in medical politics.
Her areas of interest include Minor Surgery, all areas of Women’s Health, Sexual Health & Fertility, Menopause, Osteoporosis, Asthma, Pain Management – having undergone extended training in these areas – Geriatrics, Counselling and Mental Health. Dr Martin continues to enjoy all other aspects of General Family Practice and is a Clinical Lecturer with the University of Adelaide.
Outside of Medicine she is a mother of 2 and a practising Visual Artist.
True to her upbringing in multiple cultures she recently founded the Mahmood Martin Foundation (www.mahmoodmartinfoundation.org.au) which now takes up much of her free time.
Dr Martin consults Monday, Tuesday and Friday mornings and all day Wednesday. Monday Tuesday and Thursday afternoons are spent doing rounds at various Aged Care Facilities and making home visits. When on call (rotating roster) she also consults on Friday afternoon and Saturday mornings.
Dr Patrick Elton has been in general practice for 20 years and joined the practice in April 2002. He has wide experience in all aspects of General Practice with particular interest in paediatrics, men’s health and minor surgery.
Dr Elton consults Monday, Tuesday, Thursday all day and Friday morning. Friday afternoon and Saturday morning consulting including on call on a rotating roster.
Dr Muzaffar Karimov has been in general practice for 20 years and joined the practice in August 2017. He has previously worked in General Practice in Clare, Marden and Woodcroft and has worked in Aboriginal Health communities in the Broken Hill region. Dr Karimov is experienced in all areas of General Practice with special interest in skin lesions and excisions, Chronic Disease Management and men’s health. In his spare time he enjoys running and bush walking. Dr Muzaffar Karimov speaks Russian and Uzbek.
Dr Karimov consults Monday Tuesday and Thursday all day and Friday morning. Friday afternoon and Saturday morning consulting including on call on a rotating roster.
Andrew Gilmore has been in practice here for over 35 years. He has an interest in all aspects of general practice with special interests in surgery, skin lesions and men’s health. For some years now Andrew has been doing a regular plastic surgery list with a specialist colleague on Monday and Thursday afternoons and Tuesday mornings, so he keeps his surgical skills well honed! He has an active interest in all areas of General Practice.
Dr Gilmore consults on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings and Tuesday afternoons.
Dr Anne Cawley has been in general practice for 25 years and joined Hazelwood Clinic in 2013, previously working overseas and in remote Aboriginal Australia. Dr Cawley is involved with teaching medical students from the University of Adelaide. Dr Cawley is able to see patients to provide procedures in long acting contraception such as Mirena, IUD & Implanon. Dr Cawley enjoys all areas of General Practice without exception.
Dr Cawley consults Tuesday all day, alternating Wednesday morning/afternoon and Friday mornings.
Dr Rebecca Jeanes has been in general practice for 30 years and returned to Hazelwood Clinic in 2015 after a two year absence. Due to an immune problem, Dr Jeanes is unable to see patients who have or may have an infection which is contagious ie cold/flu. She appreciates this can be a bit difficult but is happy to see all other aspects of General Practice. Dr Jeanes is involved with teaching medical students from the University of Adelaide.
Dr Jeanes consults Monday and Thursday afternoon, Tuesday morning, alternate Wednesday mornings and Thursday afternoon.