Expert health care team.
We share over 100+ years of health care experience between us, and our passion for team-based care means that we remain focused on what truly matters. That is, delivering exceptional, relationship-based, personalised care to our patients and our community.
Dr Jas Saini
Principal GP and Director
Dr Jas is the Principal GP and Co-Owner of Rosedale Medical Practice. Dr Saini graduated from Monash University in 2010, and went on to complete his Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practice. He is a Conjoint Lecturer for University of Sydney and Western Sydney University, GP Supervisor for Macquarie University and GP Synergy, Councillor for AMA NSW and the former Clinical Director for WentWest Western Sydney Primary Health Network.
Dr Jas has a passion for providing personalised, proactive care to his patients. His special interests include:
- Paediatrics and Child Health (International Diploma of Child Health / Sydney Child Health Program)
- Family Planning and Care During Pregnancy (Shared Antenatal Care GP with Westmead, Hornsby, Royal North Shore, Blacktown and Northern Beaches Hospitals)
- Complex and Chronic Conditions such as Diabetes
- Sports Injuries
- Lifestyle and wellness-based medicine
- Mental Health (Advanced Mental Health Skills Training)
- Skin checks and procedures (including biopsies and excisions)
Dr Saini’s story was featured in the AMA NSW Doctor Magazine May 2019. You can read more by clicking here.
Practice Manager and Director
Gurleen Saini is our Practice Manager and Co-Owner of Rosedale Medical Practice. She is a Certified Practicing Accountant, registered tax agent and Justice of the Peace (JP). She is also a member of the Australian Association of Practice Management (AAPM).
Gurleen is passionate about elevating the human experience of health care for all those that receive and provide care. She is keen to further build upon Rosedale Medical Practice’s reputation for clinically excellent and patient-centred care.
Gurleen’s background in strategic management accounting will allow the practice to grow without compromising the high quality medical care that you have all appreciated.
Dr Kathy Anderson
Dr Kathy Anderson loves being a GP and feels very fortunate to work in such a great practice. She believes GPs are central to providing comprehensive and personal health care. She enjoys getting to know patients and their families to understand their changing health needs over the long term.
Dr Anderson is interested in all aspects of general practice, especially paediatrics. She is also known as the practice “greenie” and has a passion for sustainable practice that respects the needs of future generations. She is a member of Doctors for the Environment Australia and provides valuable input into Rosedale Medical Practice’s sustainability practices.
Dr Anne Lowe
Dr Anne Lowe graduated from Sydney University in 1980. She always wanted to work in general practice and trained at Hornsby Hospital, The Children’s Hospital (then at Camperdown) and did further training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at St Margaret’s Hospital in Darlinghurst.
Dr Lowe then commenced working in general practice and has continued doing this ever since. Her aim is not only to treat illness but also to promote wellness by providing personal comprehensive patient-focused care, looking after her patients through the various challenges of their lives.
Dr Elizabeth Pratt
Dr Elizabeth Pratt has thoroughly enjoyed being a GP for 35 years, juggling everything that GP life brings to her, be it a small concern or something that has a life impact on her patients.
Dr Pratt is willing and able to go on the journey with her patients. Connecting with and helping people gives her great joy.
Kathy Bonner has been with our practice for just under 3 years. In her early career, she trained as a General and Paediatric Nurse in England before she married her Australian husband over 30 years ago.
Kathy worked in Aged Care and the Hospital environment prior to settling into General Practice.
Kathy has a very caring nature and is adored by her patients. Kathy also does home health assessments for people aged 75 or above. She enjoys the variety of her work and the challenges it presents.
SPOTLIGHT: OVER 75 HEALTH ASSESSMENTS
Melissa Kay, RN
Melissa assists Rosedale Medical Practice with home health assessments for people aged 75 or above. She is passionate about enabling older Australians to enjoy good health and remain safe and independent in their own homes. She is very thorough in her approach and is an integral member of the practice family.
Janelle is our longest serving team member at over 20 years. There isn’t much Janelle doesn’t know about Rosedale. Her memory for patients’ first names is amazing and she calls Rosedale Medical Practice her second home. Janelle is a keen gardener and you will often see her in the Rosedale Garden digging up the odd weed.
Denise has been with Rosedale Medical Practice since 2008 and commutes from the Central Coast because she enjoys working here so much! Denise is an avid golfer and also enjoys aqua aerobics, gardening, pilates and watching her grandkids play soccer.
Karyn is the newest addition to the Rosedale Medical Practice team. Karyn is very bubbly and much loved by patients. You may hear Karyn talk about her love for the 80s band “INXS”. If an INXS song is playing, she also likes to sing along. Karyn also loves shopping and is known to often come home with a new handbag.
Cristina joined the Rosedale Medical Practice reception team in 2016. Cristina likes to spend time with her family outside of work and her 3 grandchildren keep her busy. She also likes to watch and participate in the Theatre and travels extensively.
Looking for an amazing GP to join our team
There is a magic moment in general practice, where, through compassion, kindness, listening, care and a little bit of intuition, you see minds expanding and opening up to new possibilities. These moments are the most precious gifts of our craft.
You know when these moments have arrived, and it’s so important to zoom out, take a deep breath, reflect, and step into them, together, with your patients.
At once, both GP and patient bear witness to something of extraordinary magnificence. It is why being a GP is such a privilege, and why each day in general practice is so very important.
It’s at that point, that single moment in time, where you realise you may have just transformed someone’s life, as well as your own.
General practice – the specialty of endless possibilities. Rosedale – helping your build your dream career.
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