Dr Cordowiner graduated in 1995, completed her GP training at Women’s Care and Family Practice in 1999 and never left. Her main areas of clinical interest are women’s care and child health. In addition to her work at the surgery, she works with Dr Bill Munro at the Central Coast Obesity Clinic. She is also on the Antenatal Shared Care Steering Committee, is a board member for the Bridges After Hours GP Service, a member of the Clinical Governance Committee for the Central Coast NSW Medicare Local, is an examiner for the RACGP (Royal Australian College of General Practitioners) and Read More
Dr. Page graduated from Sydney University and has been working on the Central Coast since 2002. She has many interests, particularly enjoying Women’s health, pediatrics, preventative health, and men’s health. She is dedicated to the recruitment and training of future GPs. She is a medical educator for GP Synergy, regularly lecturing and supervising the GPs of tomorrow, and is also an examiner for the RACGP (Royal Australian College of General Practitioners). She is a surgical assistant for the orthopaedic team and provides on-call services for victims of sexual assault at Gosford Hospital. As well as all this, she is a Read More
Dr. Pethen arrived in Australia in 2008 having worked on the South Coast of the UK since 1996. She has been with this practice ever since. She is passionate about the art of General Practice as a whole, but particularly enjoys paediatrics, adolescent medicine, and chronic disease management. She is a regular at Kanwal Bridges After Hours and is doing sessions at Headspace, the young adult mental health service in Gosford, this year. She is also an examiner for the RACGP (Royal Australian College of General Practitioners) and a GP supervisor. In her spare time, Sam can be found enthusiastically Read More
Dr Kristen Gibbes graduated from the University of Sydney in 2004, and moved to the Central Coast in 2006 to enjoy the beachside lifestyle with her young family. She worked in General Practice in Umina Beach until joining our practice in 2016. Kristen is particularly interested in women’s health, chronic disease management, geriatrics and palliative care. She is an accredited Registrar supervisor and is passionate about educating future GPs. In her spare time she loves running, swimming, camping and generally enjoying the great outdoors.
Dr King graduated from Sydney University and after hospital experience started work in general practice at Umina. Medical interests include chronic disease management, mental health and minor skin surgery. After 35 years at Umina he has joined Your Family Doctors at Erina and is enjoying working with the team. Outside medicine David enjoys sailing, gardening and trying to keep up with eleven grandchildren.
Dr. McDowell qualified in Sydney in 1986 and moved to the Central Coast seven years later. She has been at this practice since 2001. She is one of our Mirena inserters and is interested in contraception, management of menopause, and preventative health. Dr. McDowell does sessions at the Outreach Pap Smear Clinic at Wyong and provides on-call services for victims of sexual assault at Gosford Hospital. She has three children and enjoys playing tennis and netball.
Dr. Stevens qualified in 1978 and has been on the Central Coast since 1987. She has been at this surgery since 2000. Robyn is highly skilled in all aspects of General Practice with a particular interest in Chronic Disease Management.
B Med Sci, MBBS (Hons), FRACGP, Grad Cert Pall Med, DCH
Dr Warren joined the practice in 2015. She developed a love for the Central Coast as a junior doctor at Gosford Hospital in 2006-8 and couldn’t resist returning with her young family to enjoy the beach lifestyle. Elly has a Diploma of Child Health and a Graduate Certificate in Palliative Medicine. She was an Australian General Practice Registrar of the Year finalist in 2011 and won the Jeremy Bunker Award for Outstanding Achievement for her work establishing an Indigenous Health Clinic in Bathurst NSW. She now works part-time at Yerin Aboriginal Health Service in Wyong. Dr Warren is also on Read More
MBBS, RACGP, PhD Molecular Biology, B Science Honours(Biomedical)
Dr Abigail Fox completed her medical studies in 2016 at the University of Sydney followed by hospital training at Concord Hospital and GP training in Sydney. She has particular interests in paediatrics, preventative health and caring for the LGBTQI community. Abbi enjoys the variety of general practice and aims to deliver quality care to patients of all ages. Outside of work she enjoys exploring the beautiful NSW coastline.
Dr Nicholas Young is a graduate of Griffith University, Queensland (2016). He completed his hospital training at the Gold Coast University Hospital, Westmead and St Vincent’s Hospitals in Sydney, before deciding to begin a career in General Practice. He would like to build upon a strong foundation of general practice skills in this community, particularly with children, as seen by having completed the Sydney Child Health Program Diploma (2019). In his spare time he pretends to know lots about music and is a keen (yet average) surfer.

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