Our People


General Practitioner

Dr Mehdi graduated in 2009 from the University of Medical Science in Iran with an MD. He has been a GP in Australia for more than 5 years, with working experience in remote and rural areas, most recently in Hervey Bay. Dr Mehdi is passionate about family health and in particular paediatric health.


General Practitioner

Introducing Dr Ferghal Armstrong, who is now consulting as a specialist in Addiction Medicine (Drug and Alcohol) from his rooms at Nyora Medical Centre. A referral from your usual GP is required.

Dr Ferghal Armstrong graduated from the Queens University Belfast in 1998. He qualified as a General Practitioner in 2003 and worked in his own GP Practice and as an Occupational Health Consultant and as a GP delivering medical services in prisons.

In 2014 he emigrated to Koo Wee Rup and set up Blackfish Medical Clinic. He completed Addiction Medicine training at Eastern Health, Box Hill Hospital, under the auspices of Turning Point Statewide Services, achieving Fellowship of the Australasian Chapter of Addiction Medicine (FAChAM) in 2020.

Appointments with Dr Armstrong are currently available and are bulk billed for all Medicare services. Charges apply for all non-Medicare activities, e.g. driving or employment assessments.


General Practitioner

Dr Sudeshika qualified as a GP in Sri Lanka in 2007, immigrating to Australia in 2013 when she joined Swan Hill District Health Services. Dr Sudeshika works part time at Nyora Medical Centre and works in the out of hours service at Casey Superclinic. She has a special interest in women’s health.


Practice Manager

Jacqui is the Practice Manager and a Director of Nyora Medical Centre and has extensive experience in managing health care facilities. She has a MSc in Dementia Studies and is passionate about improving care for people living with dementia.


Practice Nurse

With 7 years experience at Koo Wee Rup Health Services, firstly as an EN then as a Registered Nurse after completing her Bachelor of Nursing in 2017, Bianca is keen to develop and broaden her skills as a Practice Nurse.

Jade Kelly

Practice Nurse

Jade is a Koo Wee Rup local who completed her training at Kooweerup Regional Health Service. After spending the last 4 years at the busy Casey Superclinic, Jade now works alongside our GP’s assisting with childhood immunisations, flu vaccinations, health assessments and smoking cessation advice.