Our medical practice is made up of an association of individual GPs committed to sharing knowledge so as to provide quality care that meets all of the needs of the local community.
Our general practitioner doctors consist of the following team:
Dr. Warwick Pye graduated at Adelaide University in 1976 and has worked in Taperoo since 1980. He enjoys the challenge and variety of family medicine. His interests include reading, sport and exercise.
Dr Harry Macris grew up at Semaphore and has been at Harbour Medical Services since he was a medical student.
His aim is to provide a comprehensive and preventative medical service to the local community.
His interests include preventative health, paediatrics, antenatal and general family health care . He has a passion for teaching and believes in sharing his skills with the next generation of doctors.
He enjoys spending time with his family and enjoys a good game of football.
Dr. Fan Xu graduated from the University of Adelaide and commenced practice at Harbour Medical Services since 2001. He has a passion to provide comprehensive medical care to the local community. He also enjoys photography, books, arts and history.
Dr. George Isaac graduated from the University of Adelaide. He grew up in Sydney and came to Adelaide 1997. He has three children.
Born in Richmond, inner suburban Melbourne, Dr Martin Bird spent much of his adult live working in remote communities in far Northern Queensland and the Norther Territory as a Nurse, then regional manager and a short period in Canberra as a policy adviser. Dr Bird gained entry into medicine in 2004 and was accepted as a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2011. Dr Bird enjoys all aspects of family medicine and is committed to provid a quality and thorough service for his patients.
Dr. Julie Sloan graduated from Flinders University in 1997 and is a Fellow of the College of GPs. She commenced work at Harbour Medical Services in 2001. She covers all areas of general practice with special interest in women’s health, antenatal shared care and paediatrics.
Dr. Bonnie Fraser came to the practice in 2005 as a medical student, and then joined again as a qualified doctor in 2012. She enjoys the variety of general practice, including women’s health, depression and chronic pain management. She is also interested in music (playing and writing music for piano and percussion), computing, and having a good laugh.
Dr. Thuan Doan graduated in 2004 from the University of Adelaide. She completed her Residency at the Royal Perth Hospital focusing on acute and critical care medicine before returning to Adelaide to work at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital. She commenced her specialist GP training with Adelaide to Outback in 2007 and was accepted as a Fellow in the Royal College of General Practice in 2012 after spending a year in Streaky Bay in a rural placement. She enjoys chronic health, preventative health and weight management.
Dr Collins graduated from Medical School at Australian National University under Army scholarship. His first Army post was to Darwin then posted to Adelaide. He was deployed in Afghanistan from October 2012 – June 2013 with 7th Battalion Royal Australian Regiment as Trauma Team Leader and Primary Health provider. He has worked at Harbour Medical since 2014.
Dr Collins’ hobbies include personal fitness and Coffee; He also likes to travel to far flung destinations.
Dr Kathi Nyberg graduated in 2003 from Flinders University with Honours, and was awarded the Australian Medical Association Medal as well as prizes in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Surgery, and Clinical Skills. Prior to entering General Practice Dr Nyberg undertook training in paediatrics to an advanced level, and has competence in musculoskeletal conditions through a previous degree in physiotherapy. Dr Nyberg enjoys the variety in General Practice including paediatrics, management of chronic health conditions, aged care, and is qualified for obstetric shared care. Her working life is balanced by time spent with her family.
Dr Van graduated from Adelaide University in 2000. She worked in internal medicine and the emergency departments for several years before commencing her general practice career in 2006. The ensuing 13 years of general practice had been in the western suburbs of Adelaide and 5 of those years were at Harbour Medical Services. She rejoined Harbour Medical Services in 2019.
Dr Van enjoys a variety in family medicine. She speaks fluent Vietnamese. Her interests include good poetry and books (especially books about maps or almost anything relating to maps). She enjoys running, travelling and being outdoors.
We also employ general practice registrars on a rotational basis. These are qualified doctors who are further specializing their skills in general practice.