Our Doctors

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Dr. Nadia Clifton

M.D. (Hons) (UNSW), B Sci Med (UNSW), DCH (USYD), FRACGP

Nadia is a Family Medicine practitioner and a conjoint Lecturer at UNSW. Her specialities include Reproductive Medicine, Sexual Health, Mental Health, Addiction Medicine and Paediatrics.  She holds a diploma of Child Heath from the University of Sydney.  Dr Clifton is an Antenatal Shared Care GP and has affiliations with both the Royal Hospital for Women and the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.

Dr. Pat Rositano

MBBS(UNSW) MCIinEpi(UON)

Pat graduated from UNSW in 2011 and subsequently completed his internship and residency at St Vincent's Hospital Sydney. Following this, Pat gained extensive experience in orthopaedics and emergency medicine at various hospitals in Sydney and NSW, as well as completing further postgraduate studies, prior to joining general practice.
 

His interests include musculoskeletal medicine, men's health, preventative medicine and procedural general practice.

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Dr. Alex Burmey

MD, AMC, FRACGP, Dip Derm (AID)

Alex trained at Chernivtsi State Institute of Medicine in Ukraine, gaining a qualification of Doctor of Medicine in 1993. After postgraduate training, he worked as a Trauma Surgeon. He has worked at several hospitals, including Liverpool, Fairfield and Braeside Hospitals.

 

Dr Burmey is interested in all aspects of Family Medicine. His other interests include Skin Diseases and men’s health.  He has also completed advanced skin training with the Australian Institute of Dermatology.  

Alex is a Medicinal Cannabis prescriber for a range of chronic conditions. He is currently involved in QUEST cannabis study, run by Sydney University.

Dr Burmey is participating in Antenatal Shared Care with Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Canterburry Hospital.

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Dr. Ali Raza

FRACGP, MBBS (Hons – Uni of Sydney), BSc Electrical Engineering (Cornell Uni), MSc Electrical Engineering (Uni of Pennsylvania)

Ali graduated in Medicine from The University of Sydney in 2008. He did his medical school training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital before moving onto Westmead Hospital for Internship and Residency training.

His interests include Preventative Medicine, Men’s Health, Children’s Health, Musculoskeletal issues and alternative medical therapies.