Our Doctors

Dr. Nasreen Akhter


Dr. Nasreen Akhter is from Bangladesh graduated from Dhaka University in 1994 and has been practicing medicine since. She is a Fellow of the RACGP and has been practicing in Australia since 2003. She has special interest in Women’s Health.

Dr. Nasreen speaks Bengali.

Dr Sew Ying Cheong


Dr. Cheong is a vocationally qualified and experienced lady General Practitioner from Malaysia with a special interests in women & Child’s health in general practice. She has graduated from Mangalore University with a MBBS and after internship, has continued another 4 years in the hospital rotation in various disciplines to gain wider experience including family medicine as her special interest, prior to practising as the principal general practitioner for about 20 years. With broad experience in rural and tropical medicine, she has continued to pursue further postgraduate vocational studies under the conjoint Malaysian-Australian RACGP examination, leading to the vocational FRACGP qualification.

She is also able to speak in various languages to facilitate communication with patients and carers from various ethnic backgrounds and nationalities, leading to better understanding of the patients’ concerns, demands or requirements.

Dr. Cheong speaks Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien), Malaysian and Indonesian.

Dr Md Mehrul Huda


Dr Md Mehrul Huda completed Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery at Mymensingh Medical College, Bangladesh in1985. Prior to joining us he operated a General Practise for many years in Central Qld region. Well-known and well-loved by many in the region, Dr Huda is enlisted as the Nominated Medical Advisor for local coal mines and for Queensland Rail. He has also served the local Rockhampton people as a Senior Doctor in the Emergency Department at the Base Hospital.

He has over 30 years of medical experience and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). Before moving to Central Queensland with his family, Dr Huda practised as an Emergency doctor and as a General Practitioner in many parts of the world including Asia, South America and the West Indies. This provided him with superior insight and experience which is definitely reflected in the care he administers to his patients.

Dr Huda has risen from a very humble background to step into his current position through sheer hard work and dedication. Dr Huda has two daughters who are now both successfully pursuing their medical careers. He appears to have a magical touch with children; many of whom breeze through his clinic blissfully unaware of the prick of the injection which they received!

An interesting fact about Dr Huda is that he is a very talented singer of classical traditional songs!

Dr Huda also speaks Bengali.

Dr. Abul Hashem Khondaker


Dr. Abul Hashem Khondaker is from Bangladesh and graduated with MBBS from Chittagong in 1986. He then obtained his Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners. He has an interest in Chronic Illness, mental health, Respiratory, Women’s health.

Dr. Khondaker speaks Bengali.

Dr. Ijaz Langah

MBBS, FMCPS, FCPS (Ear, Nose, Throat)

Dr. Ijaz Langah is from Pakistan and graduated with a MBBS. Apart from General Practice he has keen interest in the areas of Ear, Nose and Throat.

Dr. Langah speaks Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.

Dr. Arun Rao


Dr. Arun Rao is from India and graduated from University of Indore, India in 1972 and has been practicing medicine since. He obtained his Fellowship of RACGP in 2010. He has been practicing in Australia since 2006. He has keen interest in all areas of general practice.

Dr Rao speaks Gujarati, Hindi and Urdu.

Dr. Xuyen Vu


Dr. Xuyen Vu is a graduate of University of Queensland and obtained his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.