Dr Mary Girgis

Dr Mary Girgis is an experienced clinical endocrinologist. Her areas of interest are diabetes mellitus, prediabetes, obesity, thyroid disease, osteoporosis, female reproductive conditions (such as amenorrhoea, polycystic ovarian syndrome), hypercalcaemia/parathyroid disease, adrenal disease, and pituitary disease.

Dr Raju George, FRACP

Dr Raju George is an experienced Geriatrician and consultant physician, with a particular interest in the diagnosis and treatment of neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s Disease, Young-onset dementia, Frontotemporal Dementia, and Alzheimer’s Disease.

Ms Rachael Neville

Rachael is an experienced neuropsychologist who specialises in the assessment and treatment of cognitive, behavioural, and psychological issues. This helps assist with diagnosis, monitor changes over time (before and after surgery or following a new treatment regime), identify cognitive strengths and weaknesses and improve memory, attention, mental speed, and reasoning with cognitive therapies.

Dr Mark Hohenberg, FRACP

Dr Mark Hohenberg completed medical school at the University of London (University College London). He moved to Australia in 2008, where he completed his basic and specialist training in hospitals in and around Sydney and New South Wales.

In addition to his private practice, Mark holds several positions including Chief Medical Officer of Curiious, a technology firm exploring the use of Virtual Reality in Healthcare; Clinical Associate, Dementia Support Australia; and academic positions with Western Sydney University, UNSW, and The Asia University of Taiwan. Mark is also active in research and is involved as Principal Investigator for dementia and other neurodegenerative clinical trials.

Dr Angela Khoo, FRACP

Dr Angela Khoo completed her training in the greater Sydney area and became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 2008.

Angela has been instrumental in shaping the delivery of public services to seniors in the greater Sydney area. She established the Multidisciplinary Aged Care Cancer Clinic (MACCS) – for the assessment and clinical support of older people with lung cancer and frailty, developed and provided medical governance for Care in the Community (CIC), an Allied Health-led program to provide community-based care in response to COVID-19 pandemic, she established a Multidisciplinary Falls Clinic for community-dwelling older people with falls and established and provided ongoing medical leadership and clinical support for Aged Care Rapid Investigation and Assessment unit (ARIA) which provides up-front comprehensive geriatric assessment in the emergency department and management of patients within a short stay ward.

Dr David Conforti, FRACP

Dr David Conforti is a member of the Royal Australasian Society of Geriatric Medicine, and is a Senior Lecturer, University of NSW.

David served as Director of Aged Care and Rehabilitation Medicine Liverpool/Fairfield, Acting Deputy Clinical Director Geriatric Medicine (Central and Southern Clusters), Aged Care and Rehabilitation Stream; Western Zone Director of Aged Care SSWAHS Director of Aged Care, and for nearly 20 years was Senior Staff Specialist, Geriatric Medicine at Liverpool Hospital. During this time, he participated in more than 30 advisory committees shaping service delivery across New South Wales. He has contributed to more than twenty publications with an emphasis on the development of assessments, notably co-developing Rowland Universal Dementia Assessment Scale (RUDAS): A Multicultural Mini Mental State Examination.