Dr Rod McConnell

Has been working at the Goulburn Medical Clinic since September 1993. Previously to that he had worked in Bateman’s Bay and at several hospitals including Concord, Westmead and Orange Base. Dr McConnell is now the Principal Doctor of the Goulburn Medical Clinic. He is a GP/Obstretrician and is often on call for maternity at the Goulburn Base Hospital. He does regular consults at all the nursing homes in town and also is a VMO at Bourke Street Health Service.

Dr Isabella Hawke

Has been a doctor at the Goulburn Medical Clinic since 2001. She runs women’s health clinics on a Tuesday morning. She has remained one of the most popular female GP’s in Goulburn over that time. Dr Hawke is also the senior lecturer at the ANU rural clinical school and will often have a medical student sit in during her consults. She also oversees some of the training of our registrars. “The aim of this rural exposure is to encourage students to consider rural medical practice after graduation. There is no doubt that a ‘local’ medical school such as the ANU will also encourage doctors to come and stay in our district after graduation. These measures are designed to alleviate the rural doctor shortage and increase the numbers of general practitioners and specialists who choose to work in Goulburn.” Dr Hawke says.

Dr Ahmad (Sam) Zahrouni

one of our senior doctors at the clinic. He has worked as a GP in Goulburn since 2009 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He is our enthusiastic coordinator of continuing medical education in Goulburn through his membership of the Clinical Council of Southeast NSW. In his spare time, Dr Sam enjoys horticulture and tree planting on his property on the edge of town.

Dr Katherine Scott

Dr Katherine Scott is a Fellow of RACGP. She has been working as a GP in Goulburn since 2009. Prior to that she has worked in General Practice in Sydney; Busselton WA; Katherine NT and Rochester Victoria. She enjoys the challenging variety of General Practice and particularly the fulfilment of providing continuing care to her long term patients.

Dr Farooq Mohamed

Another senior doctor who has worked regularly at the clinic since 2013. Dr Mohamed is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He has past experience in emergency medicine. Dr Mohamed is  experienced in all aspects of General Practice, especially in chronic disease management and has a Diploma of Child Health. He strives to work with patients for the betterment of their health and believes that “The good GP never stops learning”. Dr Mohamed speaks English, Hindi and Urdu.