Over 35 years of medical care

Glebe Doctors at our Family Medical Centre

Dr Allison Bielawski M.B.B.S. BMedSc (Tas) FRACGP

Allison graduated in 1993 from the University of Tasmania. She has been a GP in the Inner West of Sydney since 1997 and has a particular interest in antenatal care, mental health, paediatrics and the impact of lifestyle on health.

Allison loves working as a GP and enjoys seeing a wide range of people at all ages and stages of life. She likes being able to work with people over time, helping them to look after, maintain and manage their health.

Allison likes the sense of community that comes with working in a general practice, and appreciates and values the patient focused holistic care given by the team at Glebe Family Medical Practice.

Allison is not currently seeing new patients.

Dr Naomi Ginges M.B.B.S. BSc (NSW), D.R.A.N.Z.C.O.G. Dip. Paeds, F.R.A.C.G.P.

Naomi has been working at Glebe Family Medical Practice for many years and feels honoured to be part of this fantastic community.

She believes in a patient-centred approach to health and enjoys the diversity of  general practice. She endeavours to ensure that each patient should receive the best possible care. She has a great interest in the role that lifestyle measures play in physical and emotional health.

She has a special interest in antenatal care, paediatrics and mental health. She loves looking after her patients – from newborn to elderly. Naomi has a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and gained her Diploma in Paediatrics while working at Sydney Children’s Hospital.

Dr Charlotte Hespe M.B.B.S. Hons (Syd) DCH (Lon) FRACGP, FAICD

Charlotte’s medical career began in nursing because she wanted to be sure she was becoming a Doctor for the right reasons. Charlotte completed the first year of nursing training, loved every moment and transferred to complete her training in medicine.

Being a nursing student was a very grounding experience. I learned to value every individual’s role within the Health Care System. I am very fortunate. I can honestly say that every day of my life I wake up and want to go to work.

Charlotte has been a GP at the Glebe Family Medical Centre since 1996, stating she joined “because the practice is ethical. We go out of our way to look after all our patients however complicated their needs may be”.

As well as being a doctor in Glebe Charlotte is actively engaged in medical education and is heading Primary Care Research for University of Notre Dame, Australia (Sydney School of Medicine).

Charlotte is currently doing a PhD in the area of “Reducing CV disease: Translating an evidence based quality improvement tool into ‘real-world’ general practice”. She is Chair of Central and Eastern and Sydney Primary Health Network (CESPHN), Board Director on Asthma Foundation Queensland /NSW and Deputy Chair, Royal Australian College of GP’s for NSW/ACT Faculty.

Charlotte is not currently seeing new patients.

Dr Jacqueline Blomfield B.Med (Newc) D.C.H. (Syd) F.R.A.C.G.P.

Jackie Blomfield has been a GP at Glebe Family Medical Practice since 1993.

Jackie loves being a GP in Glebe because there is the opportunity to provide long term care to people from diverse backgrounds and across different stages of life. She enjoys all aspects of general practice including women’s health, antenatal care, paediatrics, mental health and chronic disease management.

This practice gives me the opportunity to be part of a team providing high quality, patient centred health care to the local community.

Jackie also has many years’ experience as a General Practice Supervisor, particularly training and teaching GP registrars.

Jackie is not currently seeing new patients.

Dr Simone Craig M.B.B.S. Hons (Syd,) BPhty Hons (Qld), DCH (Sydney CHW)

Simone Craig qualified and worked as a physiotherapist in 1998. She went to the University of Sydney to study medicine graduating in 2005.

Simone worked in hospitals on the Central Coast and at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, before moving into General Practice. She enjoys working with families, and has special interests in paediatrics, adolescent and youth health, sexual and reproductive health. She joined our Glebe medical centre in 2011.

This is a very well managed and well run practice with a top team of medical professionals. The team work well together to provide patient-centred, holistic, inclusive, evidence based medical care”.

Simone is currently on maternity leave.

Dr Anthea Dallas BSc, MBBS (Hons), MPH, FRACGP

Anthea enjoys all aspects of general practice, with particular interests in youth and mental health. Anthea is also registered for Antenatal Shared Care.

This practice has a lovely community feel. Many patients have been coming here for years and I enjoy treating the many generations of families we have registered here“.

Dr Stefanie Fox BMedSc(Hons), MBBS, FRACGP, MPH(Int)

Stefanie studied Biochemistry and then Medicine at the University of Sydney, graduating in 2005. She completed her GP training at Glebe Family Medical Practice and in rural NSW. After a period of years living and working overseas in Vietnam and Canada, she returned to Sydney in 2016 to continue her work as a GP. She loves the variety and continuity of working as a GP and is delighted to be working back at Glebe.

She loves all aspects of General Practice, with a particular interest in caring for the whole person in their social context, not just their illness. Her years of experience overseas have also given her a deep interest in medicine and patient care across different cultures, as well as experience in travel medicine.

Dr Matthew Gibson MBBS (Hons 1), DCH (USYD), FRACGP

Matt graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2011 with clinical experience working in London (trauma surgery) and Tanzania (anaesthesia). He trained at several hospitals in urban Sydney and rural NSW before obtaining Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

He loves working in Glebe and enjoys all areas of General Practice.  Matt finds it incredibly rewarding to work with multiple generations and families over time. He has keen interest in paediatrics, men’s health and travel medicine.  Matt is committed to ongoing professional learning.  He obtained his Diploma in Child Health in 2016 and is currently completing a postgraduate Masters at the University of New South Wales.

Dr Jean Jenkins M.B.B.S., (UNSW), D.R.C.O.G.(UK), F.R.A.C.G.P.

Dr Jean Jenkins graduated in 1980 from the University of NSW and has been a Sydney GP since 1996.

Jean enjoys all aspects of general medical practice but her special interests are women’s health, antenatal care and managing mental health conditions.

She enjoys her time at Glebe Family Medical Practice because “This is a great team. I love working in such a supportive environment. We have a great mix of skills and everyone cares about the patients and their fellow team members”.

Outside Glebe Family Medical Practice Jean works one day per week for Justice Health which she finds both challenging and rewarding.

Jean is not currently seeing new patients.

Jean is on leave from 02/09/1917 to 29/09/2017

Dr Cassandra Ng MBBS Hons (Monash University), FRACGP

Cassandra completed undergraduate medicine at Monash University in 2005. She spent a number of years working in Emergency Medicine, before moving into General Practice. She completed her FRACGP in 2013.

She particularly enjoys paediatrics, women’s health, antenatal shared care, sexual health, mental health, preventative care and some minor procedural work.

“I love being part of a practice that truly wants to serve the community and the individuals in it. The diversity of the patients we care for here at the practice is both challenging and rewarding.”

Dr Declan Nugent MB BCh (QUB), Dip Derm (GLA), MRCGP (UK), FRACGP

Declan graduated in 2005 from The Queen’s University of Belfast, in Northern Ireland and later completed his GP training in Scotland in 2012. While in Scotland he also completed the Diploma in Dermatology.

While in Scotland he worked with the Homeless GP service and was involved in medical student teaching at Glasgow University.

He has previously worked in Sydney, within the specialties of emergency medicine, paediatrics and psychiatry, but has now returned to work in General Practice.

Declan enjoys seeing patients of all ages and the wide variety of health issues you see as a GP. He has a particular interest in dermatology, paediatrics and sexual health. He enjoys dealing with men’s health issues and addressing the impact lifestyle can have on our longterm well-being.

Declan is on leave from 21/08/2017 to 10/09/2017

Dr David Peiris MBBS (hons) MIPH PhD FRACGP FARGP

David has been a GP at Glebe Family Medical Practice since 2014. He graduated from the University of Sydney in 1994 and has many years experience working in the Northern Territory, South Australia and New South Wales.

David is passionate about providing high quality general practice care and is particularly interested in improving access to good health care for disadvantaged populations. He is the Director of Health Systems Science at the George Institute for Global Health and is a Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of New South Wales. He conducts international research into improving health care systems in Australia, India and China.


Lily completed part of her GP training at Glebe Family Medical Practice and returned to the practice because it was one that had earned the trust of the Glebe community over many years and allowed her to be part of a team that was passionate about its work.

Lily loves general practice not only because it allows her to treat the whole range of medical conditions, but also because it allows her to meet and learn the stories of people who come from all walks of life. She is able to perform skin cancer checks, implanon insertion/removals and minor procedures such as wound repairs and skin lesion excisions.


Manohan studied medicine at the University of Sydney, graduating in 2005.  Since then he has completed a Diploma of Child Health. Prior to training in General Practice, Manohan focused on neurosurgery and general surgery in his hospital years.  During GP training, he worked at the Western Sydney AMS and at the Sexual Health Clinic at Sydney Hospital.

Manohan enjoys working with families and children, having special interests in paediatrics, indigenous health, sexual health, HEP C, HIV and skin cancer. He is looking forward to serving the local community.

Dr Jennifer Gunn B ENG/IT (ANU), MBBS (UNDS), DCH (USYD)

Jennifer originally studied engineering and IT and worked in strategic marketing prior to studying medicine. Since graduating from Notre Dame University she has worked across the Northern beaches, Westmead Children’s and Royal Prince Alfred Hospitals.

Jennifer is passionate about all aspects of general practice, and has extended knowledge in paediatrics after completing her Diploma of Children’s health with the University of Sydney. She is also registered to do shared care with Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.

Jennifer enjoys working as a GP in Inner West Sydney and helping those from all different backgrounds.

Dr Clare Stewart BForBiol (UTS), MBBS Hons (Syd), DCH (Syd CHW)

Clare first studied forensic biology at UTS before completing her medical degree at Sydney University. She completed her first years of medical training at Orange Hospital in rural NSW, before moving to Sydney to complete a year at Westmead Children’s Hospital, where she obtained her Diploma in Child Health. The last two years have been spent working in emergency medicine.

Clare is excited to be working at Glebe Family Medical Practice. She enjoys working with the whole range of general practice patients, especially families and children.

Dr Michelle Stewart M.B.B.S. Hon 1st Class (Uni of Syd) F.M.P. D.R.A.N.Z.C.O.G.

Michelle has worked in the general practice since 1989. Following a year in Alice Springs at a community controlled Aboriginal Medical Service, she has worked since in a variety of settings, mainly in the inner western suburbs of Sydney.

In 2002, she started work in our Glebe medical centre, because the practice offered the chance to work with a well organised team, focussed on providing high quality care, with a long history in the local community and strong links to local health services.

Michelle enjoys the wide range of people and health issues she sees as a doctor in Glebe. She particularly enjoys the experience of working with patients over an extended period of time, and the challenge of working with people to maintain their health and/ or manage their chronic medical conditions.

Michelle is currently not seeing new patients.

Dr May Tan, BMed (Newc), DCH (USyd), DRANZCOG, EA DTMH

May graduated in 2010 from the University of Newcastle and completed her postgraduate training at Prince of Wales Hospital.

She has a special interest in women’s and child health, family planning and travel medicine. She underwent further training at the Sydney Children’s Hospital and Royal Women’s Hospital and holds a Diploma in both Child Health (USyd) and Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DRANZCOG).

May also has an interest in tropical medicine and completed a diploma in East Africa in 2014, through the London School of Hygiene in Tropical Medicine.

She is accredited to do Mirena and Copper IUD insertion, and Implanon insertion/removal. May is also fully competent in procedural work including minor wound repairs, lesion and cyst excisions. She runs a weekly Wednesday afternoon procedural clinic.

She is enjoys the diverse population of inner Sydney and is fluent in conversational Mandarin Chinese.

Dr Caitlin Tunnicliffe BSc (Psych), MBBS (USyd), MPHTM (JCU), DCH (USyd)

Caitlin graduated in 2006 from the University of Sydney and since then she has completed a Masters in Public Health and Tropical Medicine and a Diploma of Child Health. Prior to undertaking General Practice in Sydney, Caitlin has enjoyed working with Indigenous Australians in the Northern Territory and aid work overseas.

She really enjoys all aspects of general practice, but has a special interest in paediatrics, women’s health, sexual and reproductive health, mental health, Indigenous health and refugee health.

Caitlin is currently on maternity leave.


Vanessa went to the University of Sydney to study medicine, graduating in 2005.  Since then she has completed a Diploma of Child Health and attained the FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health for Doctors.  Prior to entering General Practice, Vanessa focused on Obstetrics and Gynaecology in her hospital work.

She enjoys the breadth of general practice, but has a special interests in women’s health, sexual health, shared antenatal care, paediatrics and indigenous health.

Vanessa is looking forward to working in Glebe and in a practice that has a focus on high quality, patient-centred care.