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  • Dr Michael Brown
  • Dr Anthony Page
  • Dr Kate Haslam
  • Dr Kendra Powell
Dr Michael Brown

MB,BS. Dip Obst | Partner

Born in Peru, Dr. Brown graduated from Adelaide University before settling in the Riverland at Berri.

He has worked as a partner at Hyde and Partners since 1995.

His professional interests include obstetrics.

In his spare time, Dr. Brown enjoys music and bad jokes; passions he has combined as the driving force behind the highly successful medical revues staged biannually at STARplex to raise funds for the Gawler Health Service Foundation.

Dr Anthony Page


Dr Anthony Page grew up and has lived in various parts all over Australia and elsewhere.

He graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1997 before heading off to the NT.

He has been a Specialist in General Practice since 2003 and holds Fellowships with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and the Royal Australian College of General Practice (RACGP).

He holds an Advanced Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and is a GP Supervisor proudly supporting the growth, development and training of our future GPs.

Dr Page has practiced in many parts of the country including the Northern Territory, Riverland, Far North and Western Queensland and has previously worked with the RFDS (QLD) and Central Australian Medical Health Service (Alice Springs).

He has been at Hyde’s since 2004 and loves Gawler and surrounding districts.

He enjoys all aspects of Generalist medicine including:

  • antenatal care (Shared Care)
  • children’s health
  • preventative health care
  • chronic disease management
  • geriatrics
  • palliative care
  • men’s health
  • women’s health
  • minor surgery
  • skin checks and skin cancer removal
  • Emergency medicine
  • Inpatient medical care

Outside of medicine Anthony is married with 2 very busy kids (who he tries to keep up with), lots of soccer and other activities (theirs) and enjoys playing with old cars. He is a terrible mechanic. He enjoys bushwalking, squash, music, driving, current affairs, newspapers and politics.

Dr Kate Haslam

BM,BS. FRACGP | Partner

Dr. Haslam graduated from Flinders University in 1994, where her elective focus was orthopaedics.

She is an exam writer and examiner for the Australian College of General Practitioners and participates widely in GP Registrar education and training.

She has worked as a partner at Hyde and Partners since 2007 and also assists in orthopaedic procedures at the Gawler Health Service.

Her professional interests include diabetes, sexual health and obesity.

In her spare time, Dr. Haslam enjoys hiking, playing hockey, travel and music, and is an accomplished singer.

Dr Kendra Powell

MB, ChB. FRACGP | Partner

Dr. Powell completed her medical degree at Manchester University in the UK, and following this trained in General Practice medicine.

She married her husband David in 1995 and eventually made their home together in Gawler. They have three children who have finished school and moved into higher education.

Dr. Powell has a special interest is women’s health and intrauterine device insertion.

In her spare time, Dr. Powell enjoys travel, food, wine, photography and snow skiing.

  • Dr Donald Davis
  • Dr Anna Neldner
  • Dr Hemant Vanmali
  • Dr Emily Gibson
  • Dr Philippa Harris
  • Dr Savio Jnguyenphamhh
  • Dr Karen Dickinson
  • Dr Jerry Oh
Dr Donald Davis

MB,BS. DPH. FACOM | Associate

Dr. Davis was born in Adelaide and studied medicine at Adelaide University.

He initially practised as an army Medical Officer and also worked on Malaria research in Papua New Guinea and Malaysia.

He has worked as an associate at Hyde and Partners since 1990.

His professional interests include youth medical health, and general medicine in the GP practice.

In his spare time, Dr. Davis enjoys travelling, camping and motorcycle riding.

Dr Anna Neldner


Dr. Neldner graduated from Adelaide University in 1997, before postgraduate training in Darwin, the Riverland and Cairns.

She has worked as an associate at Hyde and Partners since 2004. She completed anaesthetic training during her time in Cairns.

Dr Hemant Vanmali

MBBS | Associate

Dr. Vanmali is a graduate from Adelaide University.

He joined Hyde and Partners originally in 2011.

In his spare time, Dr. Vanmali enjoys spending time with his four kids.

Dr Emily Gibson

BM,BS. | Associate

Dr. Gibson graduated from the University of Sheffield in northern England in 2004, and has worked in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong. She relocated to South Australia in 2012 with her family.

Her professional interests include travel medicine and women’s health.

In her spare time, she enjoys caring for her four small children, eating good food and travelling.

Dr Philippa Harris


Philippa graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2004. She attained her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2009, having spent some of her training as a registrar at Hyde and Partners. More than 10 years later she and her family moved to live in Gawler, attracted by the connectedness of the local community. Philippa enjoys the privilege of getting to know her patients and strives to provide holistic care. Outside work she keeps herself busy with her 3 kids, being involved in her church community, getting out into nature or finding an opshop bargain.

Dr Savio Jnguyenphamhh

MBBS (Melb) FRACGP DAME | Associate

Dr Savio Jnguyenphamhh graduate from Medicine at Melbourne University in 2002.

Savio is a Specialist General Practitioner, Vocationally Registered, and a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Savio is a Designated Aviation Medical Examiner, he is a GP Supervisor, and Examiner for the RACGP, where he supports the training of future GPs.

Savio has a wealth of experience in all areas of General Practice, and did his GP training with Adelaide to Outback.

Savio enjoys the variety of General Practice, including:

  • Preventative medicine
  • Chronic disease management (Diabetes, Cardiac, Kidney, Lungs)
  • Sports medicine
  • Occupational medicine
  • Injuries management and work cover
  • Men’s health
  • Children’s health
  • Women’s health
  • Geriatric health
  • Travel medicine
  • ENT
  • Skin conditions
  • Skin checks and skin cancer excisions
  • General Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Emergency medicine
  • Mental health
  • PTSD
  • DVA
  • Complex medical conditions

Savio completed many years in the hospitals, doing specialist Surgical, Physician and Emergency training prior to entering General Practice.

Outside of Medicine, Savio enjoys travelling, art and painting, fishing and the outdoors, tennis and most sports, and catching up with friends and family.

Dr Karen Dickinson


Dr. Karen Dickinson completed her medical degree at University of Adelaide.

She worked with Hyde and Partners as a registrar in 2018, returning to the practice in 2021 on completion of her fellowship with RACGP.

She enjoys all aspects of generalist medicine.

Dr Jerry Oh


  • Dr Michael Switajewski
  • Dr Nick Myles
  • Dr Preeti Gupta
  • Dr Arman Kahokehr
Dr Michael Switajewski

ENT Specialist

Dr Michael Switajewski is a specialist Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgeon who treats a full range of adult and Paediatric ENT problems. He has a special interest in Paediatric ENT, and benign and malignant head and neck disorders.

Dr. Switajewski consults at Hyde & Partners each month on a Wednesday.

Appointments can be made by calling his Kent Town office on 8362 5255.

Dr Nick Myles


Dr Nick Myles is a general haematologist who treats all areas of benign and malignant haematology. He has a special interest in the evaluation of bleeding disorders and venous thromboembolism, and the management of chronic haematological issues such as CLL, Myeloma and myeloproliferative disease.

Dr Myles consults at Hyde & Partners once a fortnight, commencing 5 November 2020.

Appointments can be made by calling his office on 8463 2500 or email

Dr Preeti Gupta


Dr Arman Kahokehr


  • Dr Ayesha Karunatillake
  • Dr Emily Beck
  • Dr Damian Drew
  • Dr Thu Tran
  • Dr Thomas ‘Toby’ Monks-Corrigan
Dr Ayesha Karunatillake


Dr Emily Beck


Dr Damian Drew


Dr Damian Drew is a Gawler local and completed his high schooling at Trinity College. Before undertaking his medical studies Damian completed a Bachelor of Biotechnology at the University of South Australia and a PhD in Molecular Biology at the University of Adelaide. He then worked as a research scientist for the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, for the following six years with a focus on the production of anti-cancer compounds. In 2013 he embarked on a career change and returned to Australia to undertake a Doctor of Medicine at Flinders University. He completed his junior doctor training at Lyell McEwin Hospital with a focus on paediatrics, psychiatry and emergency medicine, before moving into General Practice in 2020.

He has a wife and three children, two of whom are now attending Trinity College, and enjoys playing hockey for Trinity Old Scholars.

Dr Thu Tran


Dr Thomas ‘Toby’ Monks-Corrigan

MD | Registrar

Toby was born in country Victoria, and following 11 years in the Australian Army undertook graduate medical training at the University of Sydney, graduating in 2017 with an MD. Toby subsequently completed 2 years of hospital training in Canberra, before moving his family to Adelaide. He enjoys all aspects of generalist medicine.

Toby is married to Kalinda and together they have two very active little girls. When not chasing after his kids, Toby enjoys running, reading and following the AFL.

  • Dr Anurag Gupta
Dr Anurag Gupta

General Surgeon

Dr Anurag Gupta is an Australian-based health professional consulting at Hyde & Partners on a weekly basis.

Anurag is trained as :

  • a Breast Surgeon
  • Endocrine Surgeon (Thyroid, Parathyroid, Adrenal)
  • General Surgeon
  • Laparoscopic Surgeon

Special Interests

  • General Surgery
  • Breast and Endocrine surgery

  • Joanne Lewis
  • Annette Walker
Joanne Lewis

Nurse Practitioner

Jo is a nurse practitioner with over 20 years’ experience as a registered nurse. She has a wealth of experience and post graduate qualifications in both acute and primary health care, and significant management and leadership capabilities.

Jo has a passion for learning and personal development, loves working with people to deliver tangible outcomes and has an in depth understanding of Australia’s primary health care system. During her diverse career, she has developed expertise in chronic disease management, cardiac and coronary care, triage, immunisation, wound care and preventative health care.

Jo started her career in the hospital setting, working in a number of roles including coronary care units, infectious diseases wards and intensive care units. She then transitioned to primary health care in 2001 and since then has occupied a number of advanced practice roles. Throughout her career she has obtained post-graduate certificates and diplomas in primary health care, cardiovascular nursing, management, and business, and in 2018 gained endorsement as a nurse practitioner.

Annette Walker

Nurse Practitioner

  • Libby Pearson
  • Grace Yu
Libby Pearson


Libby graduated in 2007 from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Podiatry.  Since graduating she has worked as the senior podiatrist in the Riverland and Clare region for 10 years.

She has completed post graduate courses on wound management through Monash University and has a strong interest in the prevention of diabetes foot-related complications.

Libby has three small children, and worked as the podiatry representative in the multidisciplinary paediatric team for a number of years.

In her spare time Libby enjoys gardening, spending time with her family and online shopping.  She has a love of Haigh’s chocolate freckles, dad jokes, champagne and ironing.

Grace Yu

MND, APD | Dietitian

Grace was born in China, and has been living in Australia since 2009. She graduated from Flinders University with a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics in 2014.

She believes everyone should enjoy food, while also staying healthy and feeling good.

She can tailor an individualised meal plan to develop sustainable healthy eating habits that fit into your lifestyle.

In her spare time, Grace enjoys cooking, eating good food and travelling, plus delivering healthy eating and cooking programs into the communities.

  • Kavitha Nalluri
  • Kate Kerin
  • Jayne Tonkin
  • Janis Vanzini
  • Alison Woodrow
  • Fiona Brown
Kavitha Nalluri


Kate Kerin


Jayne Tonkin


Janis Vanzini


Alison Woodrow


Alison Qualified in 1990 in the UK as a registered nurse. She worked in the hospital setting gaining experience in both medical and surgical fields before branching out into general practice in 2001 and qualified as a practice nurse that year. In 2003 she gained Post graduate qualifications in Asthma and COPD.

In 2008 she moved to Australia with her family and worked as an asthma educator and as a practice nurse mentor for the Northern Division of General Practice before settling into her role as asthma nurse educator at Hyde and Partners. At that time she also set up the chronic disease management clinic 1 day a week and now works full time care planning with patients who have chronic conditions.

She has recently become a grandmother to a little boy born in Sydney in May and in her spare time loves socialising, camping, 4 wheel driving, cycling and travelling

Fiona Brown

Registered Nurse

Following hospital based training and general nursing worked in the Riverland as a District Nurse before joining Hyde & Partners in 1997 as a clinic nurse.

Fiona has been responsible for Aged Care Assessments for the past 11 years. She enjoys engaging with over 75 year old people in their own homes and enabling them to remain independent.

Fiona is a member of the Gawler Region Aged Care Network and attends regular meetings and workshops to keep up with the changes in My Aged Care.

In her spare time Fiona enjoys her grandchildren, music and gardening.

  • Joanne O’Reilly
Joanne O’Reilly

Practice Manager

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Coronavirus Health Alert

The threat level of COVID-19 in South Australia is escalated. For the safety of our patients and staff, we encourage telephone appointments (where possible).

If a face-to-face appointment is required, it will be time-limited, and we request that all patients wear a face mask while in the clinic.

We have a COVID-19 triage process in place, and you may be requested to wait outside or in your vehicle.

We also observe social distancing >1.5m and limit the number of patients in our waiting room.

If you have symptoms of the flu, a cold, or a loss of sense of smell or taste, then a COVID-19 test is necessary. Please refer to the SA Health website for a list of COVID-19 respiratory clinics and testing centres.

If you are unwell and have respiratory symptoms, please ask for a telephone appointment with a GP, and a safe review will be arranged.

The Government has restricted Medicare GP telehealth items to circumstances where a patient has COVID-19 and/or is a close contact and is required to quarantine or isolate under a state directive, or where there is an existing relationship with a general practice (i.e., the patient has visited a GP in the practice face-to-face in the last 12 months), children aged under 12 months, or patients who are homeless. Please be aware that a private fee may be incurred for telephone or video consults.