Combining years of expert experience, to provide you care and advice you can trust.

Our highly trained team of Doctors, Nurses and Allied health professionals can provide the full range of general practice care including treatment of acute and chronic conditions, preventative medicine, pap smears, contraceptive implant insertion/removal, skin checks, antenatal & paediatric care, childhood immunisations, minor surgery, ECGs, spirometry, travel advice and vaccinations, and sexual health checks.

Our doctors also have additional training in various areas to assist our patients with specific health care needs, such as Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Sexual Health, Travel Medicine, Skin Checks, Immunisations, Diabetes Management, Asthma Management, Antenatal care, Children’s Health and Preventative Health.

All our doctors participate in regular continuing education to keep up to date with the latest medical information and treatments. The latest medical equipment and highly trained nursing staff are available to assist in your care.

Dr Heather Carter

General Practitioner
Family medicine
Chronic disease
Heart disease

Dr Carter has enjoyed working at Marden Medical Clinic for over 25 years.
She graduated from the University of Adelaide and worked in Darwin and Katherine before returning to work in Adelaide.

She enjoys the wide variety of general practice and family medicine.  It is a privilege to hear the stories of people of all ages, and backgrounds.

She values the role of Gp’s in promoting health and preventing disease. Dr Carter is interested in all aspects of family medicine, including the management of chronic diseases such as asthma, diabetes, arthritis, and heart disease.

She is able to provide Antenatal Shared care. She is available  to insert and remove Implanon.

In her spare time Dr Carter enjoys the opportunity to head to the Yorke Peninsula and watch the sunrise over the sea.

Dr Lilian Rossi

General Practitioner

Dr Lilian Rossi has worked as a GP in Adelaide for over 30 years.

She practices in all areas of medicine, but has a few special areas of interest including infertility and asthma.

Dr Rossi speaks fluent Italian and has limited knowledge of French.
She has 3 adult children and her hobbies include languages, gardening and travel.

Dr Thomas Kok Wooi Lim

Languages: English, Malay, Cantonese, Hokkien and Mandarin

General Practitioner
Skin Cancer
Chronic Disease Management

Dr Lim’s special interests include Skin Cancer, Minor Surgical Procedures, Chronic Disease Management and Diabetes.

Dr Noman Tahir

Languages: English

General Practitioner
Chronic Disease Management

Dr Noman Tahir aims to provide person-centered, continuing, comprehensive and coordinated whole person health care to individuals and families in their communities. I want to continue providing holistic patient care including but not limited to patient consultations at home and within the surgery, physical examinations, diagnosis and treatment of illnesses/ailments, minor surgery including skin cancer treatment, health education, practice management and administration, liaising with other healthcare professionals and/or hospitals. I want to continue providing care to all members of family. I have special interest in occupational health, dermatology, paediatrics, geriatrics, mental health, chronic care medicine, emergency medicine and preventative medicine.

Dr Madara Herath Mudiyanselage

Languages: English

General Practitioner

Graduated in 2004 and having worked in Moonta and Port Pirie prior to settling in Adelaide, Dr Mudiyanselage has experience in General Medicine, Chronic Disease Management, Women’s Health, and Antenatal care, Children’s Health, Mental Health and Minor Surgical Procedures. She is friendly and passionate in helping patients from all walks of life.

Dr Jayath Vidanage

Languages: Czech, Polish, Croatian, Sinhalese, and English

General Practitioner
Mental health
Pain Management
Occupational health
General practice

Dr Jayath Vidanage is originally from Sri Lanka. Whilst there he was awarded a scholarship which enabled him to complete his Doctor of Medicine degree at Comenius University in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia in 1991. He migrated to Australia with his family in 1994 and has been working in the Australian health system since February 1996.

He has previously worked in both public and private hospitals in Australia and has spent time as a Registrar in Psychiatry and as a Registrar in Rehabilitation Medicine at various health facilities throughout the country. His interest in General Practice began in 2001 and he has been working exclusively in this field of General Practice since 2008.

He obtained his FRACGP in 2010. He has a special interest in the fields of pain management, rehabilitation and mental health.
His hobbies include cricket, music and supporting the Crows. In addition to English, he also speaks Singhalese, Slovak, Czech and Polish.

Please note: Dr Jayath Vidanage does not see children under 5 years of age.

Dr Farah Ahmad

Languages: Urdu, English, Hindi and Norsk
General Practitioner
Reproductive Health
Adolescent Mental Health
Obstetric Shared Care

Dr Farah Ahmad has a special interest in women’s reproductive health, pediatrics’ and adolescent mental health. She also specialises in obstetric shared care.
Dr Ahmad consults Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings.
She speaks Urdu, Hindi and Norsk .

Dr Sadaf Imam

Languages: English, Urdu, Hindi

Aged care and Chronic Medical conditions.
Children’s health
Women’s Health at all stages of life including antenatal care, issues around Menopause and others.
Mental Health

Dr. Sadaf Imam has Bachelor Of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) followed by FELLOW OF ROYAL AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF GENERAL PRACTITIONERS (FRACGP) from Royal Australian College of General Practitioners through training as a Registrar with GPEX.
Her special interest is in Women’s health, Antenatal care, Child health, Mental Health, Chronic and complex medical conditions.She is passionate to provide holistic care to all her patients.
She has worked in South Australian hospitals and has gained extensive experience in Medicine, Surgery and Emergency Medicine.

Dr Abdah Shah

Languages: English, Urdu


Chronic Disease
Skin checks
Minor Procedures
Children’s health
Workers compensation

Dr Shah trained as a GP in the UK, moving to Australia in 2013. He enjoyed the variety and challenge of work as a GP in rural SA (Port Pirie) for 7 years, with hospital and aged care work as well.

Dr Shah has been working in suburban Adelaide as a GP for the past few years, and also continues his work in Residential Aged Care. He has an interest in skin, doing both skin checks and minor surgery, children’s vaccinations, chronic disease management, mental health care plans and work fitness assessments.

He is happy to see patients with new worker’s compensation claims. Dr Shah has 2 school aged children. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and playing badminton.

Dr Mariam Khan

Languages: English, Hindi, Urdu

Women’s health
Children’s health

Dr Mariam Khan enjoys all aspects of general practice and has always had a passion to work with women and children. She speaks Urdu, Hindi and English. Outside of work she enjoys cooking and spending time with her children.

Samir Somaiya
Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapist.

Chronic care plan
DVA clients
Dry needling
Sporting injuries
Lower back and shoulder pain
Musculoskeletal pain

Samir graduated in 2005 and completed his Master’s degree in Orthopaedics, Sports & Manual Physiotherapy from University of South Australia (UniSA). Has more than 16 year of experience working in Australia.

He has also developed a passion for dry needling & biomechanical corrections exercises.
Samir is trained in Level 1 and Level 2 Dry Needling (western acupuncture), done his training locally as well as internationally ( Singapore) and specialise in Dermo neuro modulation ( Pain science and inhibition technique)
A passion for the complete rehabilitation of the individual has helped Samir develop strong professional relationships with a number of General practitioners, Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical specialists in Adelaide.

Samir is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and also a Vice Chair of Acupuncture and Dry needling committee (ADNG), Chair of South Australian Acupuncture Dry needling APA group 2019 – currently.

Matt Evans

Languages: English

Sports Injury Management
Biomechanics and Orthotic Therapy
Dry Needling
Joint Mobilisation
Chronic Disease Management
Ingrown Toenail Surgery

Matt Evans graduated with his Bachelor of Podiatry from Uni SA in 2013. Since then he has enjoyed building his business, Sole Podiatry.

As a Podiatrist, Matt has an interest in the areas of clinical biomechanics, orthotic therapy, general foot care, toe nail surgery and paediatrics and regularly attends professional development events.

Matt is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association and Sports Medicine Australia and has experience in using manual therapy techniques such as dry needling, soft tissue massage, joint mobilisation, muscle testing and strengthening as part of a holistic approach to Podiatry treatment.

Outside of work Matt is a keen sportsman having experience playing football, tennis and soccer for many years. He currently enjoys soccer and golf.

“I enjoy being able to assist clients with their feet & lower limb problems. I feel rewarded to watch them achieve their goals towards better health.” – Matt Evans

Available – Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Private health rebates are available on-site through HICAPs machine.

Jonathan Kong
BPhysio, BSc(Hons), MSC, SDipl,

English, Mandarin, and Cantonese.

Neuro Rehab

Dry Needling

Jonathan is a fully qualified clinical physiotherapist. He has special training in vertigo management, sports physiotherapy, advanced dry needling, geriatric physiotherapy and back pain management. He offers a wide range of services and treatments for musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, neurological and post-stroke rehabilitation, geriatric conditions and rehabilitation, vertigo management.

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