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Dr Sohail Siddiqui

GP Medical Director

English, Punjabi, Urdu, Sindhi

Dr Sohail Siddiqui brings more than 30 years’ medical experience to the role of Director Medical Services for DPV Health. He has worked exclusively throughout Melbourne’s northern suburbs for 15 years and has an acute understanding of the health and well-being issues within the community.

He is a Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.


Dr Mariam Tokhi


Dr Mariam Tokhi enjoys working with patients across a range of ages to improve their health: newborns, young people and older folk alike.

She has interests in women’s and children’s health, mental health, care of the elderly, and chronic disease management.

Mariam graduated from Monash University in 2008. She holds a Fellowship in General Practice, Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and a Masters in Public Health.


Dr T K Wong

English, Mandarin, Cantonese

Dr Wong has practiced for more than 30 years. Dr Wong specialises in treating Diabetic patients and works with many chronic care patients. He also has an interest in Men’s Health.


Dr Manjula Arulanantham

Afrikaans, Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Assyrian, Sri Lankan, Tamil

Dr Arulanantham interests are Women’s Health, Mental Health, Aged Care and counselling. She is Sri Lankan and consequently has a large Sri Lankan patient base.


Dr Farhan Ulhaq

English, Urdu, Punjabi

Dr Farhan Ulhaq completed a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Sind Medical College University of Karachi, Pakistan in 1999. He moved the UK in 2003, where he obtained MRCGP in May 2011.

In 2009, Dr Ulhaq started his GP Registrarship at Blackheath in London and obtained his MRCGP in 2011. Since qualifying as a GP, Dr Ulhaq has completed a number of other courses including Minors Surgery, Basic Life support and joint injections.


Dr Madeleine de Haan


Dr de Haan has extensive rural and remote locum experience. She enjoys the variety of general practice, and is skilled in IUDs and Paediatrics.


Dr Christine Port

English, Cantonese, Mandarin

Dr Port has worked with DPV Health for more than four years. She has FRCOG in OBS and GYN and was previously practicing in NSW for 30 years. Dr Port then obtained Fellowship with ACRRM. She moved to Melbourne in 2002, working with Royal Women Hospital and St Vincent’s Hospital. Dr Port has also taught first year medicine at University of Melbourne. She likes dealing with Chronic Disease in older generations and minor general and Gynaecological operations.


Dr Asif Hussain

English, Punjabi, Urdu

Dr Hussain, working as Consultant Physician with special interest in Diabetes and Endocrine, Hepatology, Neurology and Rheumatology.

Dr Hussain has been graduated with honours in 2000 and was awarded with MRCP UK in 2008 and Fellowship of Royal Australian College of Physicians (FRACP) in 2015. Dr Hussain has worked all over Australia and gained a wide range of clinical exposure. Dr Hussain also been actively involved in teaching for medical students by The University of Adelaide, Deakin University and University of Melbourne. Dr Hussain is writing a book for medical trainees.


Dr Jason Lau

English, Cantonese, Mandarin

Dr Jason Lau, is a Australian based health professional. Dr Lau is trained as a General Practitioner and has a practice located in Broadmeadows for 3 years.


Dr Wendy Yu

English, Chinese and Mandarin

Dr Yu enjoys all aspects of general practice medicine. This includes family health, preventative health and removal of skin lesions. She has a special interest in women’s and children’s health and her caring and meticulous manner is commended by her patients.
Dr Wendy Yu also holds the position of being an academic GP supervisor with the University of Melbourne.


Dr Syed Arif Ahmed

General Practitioner

English, Bengali

Dr Syed Arif Ahmed is a New Zealand trained doctor. Dr Arif’s positive and enthusiastic approach is well complimented by more than 11 years’ experience. He is available to see both male and female patients for a diverse range of conditions. Dr Arif’s interests are comprehensive health check-ups, preventative health, mental health, occupational health and children’s health.
Dr Arif holds the position of being an academic GP supervisor with the University of Melbourne. Patients find him friendly and welcoming.


Dr Songita Rahman

General Practitioner

English, Bengali and Urdu

Dr Songita Rahman is a New Zealand trained General Practitioner with more than 10 years experience. She promotes a holistic approach to health and is passionate about lifestyle medication and mindfulness. She enjoys general practice for its variety and challenges and has special interests in women’s health, child and adolescent health, aged care, mental health, preventative medicine and comprehensive health assessment. Patients appreciate her relaxed and thorough approach to their issues.


Dr Kashif Murtaza

English, Urdu, Mandarin, Punjabi

Dr Kashif Murtaza began his medical career in 2004 after completing his medical degree at the Zhengzhou University in China. Dr Murtaza is a flexible and broadly experienced doctor who went to work in Pakistan after completing his university studies. He has worked in both urban and rural settings in Hospitals and GP clinics.

He enjoys all aspects of general practice and family medicine while having a special interest in Women’s Health. He completed his Masters of Women’s Health at the University of Melbourne in 2008 to give himself deeper knowledge in this key area. His other special interests are participating in research and treating patients with drug dependence.

The most rewarding part of his job is that he can meet many new people and feel he is really helping his local community.

Outside medicine, Dr Murtaza loves following sports, especially cricket.


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