Dr Pankaj Verma

General Practitioner

Pankaj, a dedicated General Practitioner with a strong academic background, holds an MBBS degree from Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak, India, awarded in 1996. His commitment to providing exceptional healthcare led him to further his education and professional development. In 2009, he successfully completed his post-graduate GP training in the UK, achieving the prestigious MRCGP qualification.

With a wealth of experience and expertise gained during his nine-year tenure in the United Kingdom’s National Health Services, Pankaj decided to bring his skills and knowledge to Australia. In 2012, he embarked on a new chapter in his career, where he pursued and obtained FRACGP, further solidifying his commitment to comprehensive patient care.

Pankaj’s dedication to the medical field goes beyond his role as a practitioner. He is not only a valued member of our medical staff but also one of the founding members, actively contributing to our healthcare community’s growth and development.

In addition to his clinical role, Pankaj has a deep-rooted interest in academic pursuits. He serves as an Examiner for the FRACGP exam conducted by the Royal Australiand College of General Practitioners, underscoring his commitment to maintaining the highest standards of medical education and practice. His involvement in examining future practitioners reflects his passion for sharing knowledge and shaping the next generation of healthcare professionals.

Pankaj’s journey as a General Practitioner and his active role in shaping the medical field, demonstrates his unwavering dedication to providing the best in healthcare services and advancing the standards of the profession. His commitment, experience, and educational contributions continue to benefit our medical community and the well-being of our patients.



English, Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu


  • Preventive health care and health promotion
  • Chronic Disease Management and Mental Health Care Plans
  • Antenatal care and family planning including Long Term Contraception Implant insertion.
  • Men’s health
  • Paediatrics and childhood vaccinations
  • Travel medicine
  • Skin cancer checks
  • Minor surgery
  • Asthma
  • Allergies
  • Diabetes and Hypertension