8 Corrie Street
Chermside QLD 4032   (07) 3350 1625

8 Corrie Street Chermside QLD 4032
(07) 3350 1625



Dr B Jagadeesh Kandangath


Dr Jag completed his primary medical qualifications in Europe in 2004. He then obtained his post-graduate degree in general medicine in 2008. He worked as a general practitioner in Adelaide where he obtained a diploma in Child Health from the Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide in 2010. During this time, he also worked towards his fellowship for general practice. He became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in January 2012. Dr Jag subsequently obtained Graduate Diploma in Clinical Education and Australian Diploma in Dermatology in 2016. He has been involved in teaching GP registrars since 2012.He has special interests in Paediatrics, General Medicine and Chronic health conditions. He is also trained in Dermatology including skin cancer medicine. He has a special interest in ENT conditions and offers multiple minor procedures in the surgery including microsuctioning of ear canals.He is also trained in Implanon removal and insertion. He provides antenatal care to expectant mothers in a shared care model.

Dr Sweety Sreejesh


Dr Sweety supports patients in the diagnosis and care of their broad-ranging medical conditions. She listens carefully and is trained to observe and identify symptoms that patients may overlook, working with each person to improve their health and wellbeing. She takes pleasure in providing continuous care to all patients through their different life stages. She enjoys all aspects of general practice, but has a special interest in children’s and women’s health. Dr Sweety’s qualifications include Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery MBBS 2008 ,Diploma of Child Health DCH 2010,  Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners FRACGP 2017 and Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health 2017. She prides herself on her approachable and friendly manner and takes pleasure in getting to know each patient and their family as a whole as their family doctor.

Dr Margaret Chand


Dr Margaret Chand has worked at Corrie St Medical Clinic since 1996. Dr Margaret Chand can diagnose and assist with the treatment of a broad range of medical conditions. Her special interests include women’s health, geriatrics, chronic disease management and antenatal care. Her care is holistic and long-term and often spans multiple generations of the same family. She takes great pleasure in seeing children grow to become adults and then supporting them through life and, for some, as they raise their own families.She is a local graduate from Queensland and has practiced medicine for over four decades. She graduated from the University of Queensland in 1974. In her spare time she also enjoys reading, crafts and walking to stay fit.

Dr Dr Khakima Ikramova (Hakima)


Dr Hakima moved to Australia from Canada. She has worked in rural QLD and has special interest in Women's health. She was awarded a Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) in 2018. . She is registered to provide antenatal shared care. Her interests include Antenatal Care, Women's Health, Internal Medicine, Preventative medicine , Family Medicine and Paediatrics. Outside of work Dr Hakima is a busy mum to 2 young children.

Dr Dr Lee Ong


Dr Lee Ong is a very experienced, specialist General Surgeon and Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. As a General Surgeon, Dr Ong is able to ensure that both your skin cancer checks are conducted to the very highest level possible, and that if any excision or treatment is needed – it will be completed to the highest standards.

Dr Ong attained his medical qualifications from Monash University in Melbourne. In 1998 he went on to complete his Fellowship in General Surgery with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. After specialising he undertook one year of a General Surgical Fellowship at the Queen Elizabeth 11 Hospital (QE11) in Brisbane and did a further two year stint at the prestigous Breast Cancer Unit of Sir Charles Gairdener Hospital in Western Australia where he trained in Breast Cancer and Reconstruction Surgery (Oncoplasty).

With training in both breast cancer and reconstruction surgery, Dr Ong is able to remove diseased breasts as well as reconstruct them for women with breast cancer. He also lends his expertise to the enhancement of breasts for healthy women. Dr Ong also works at QE11 Hospital in Brisbane where he performs General Surgery as well as specialised Breast Surgery. He is also an adjunct lecturer at the University of Queensland Medical School. In addition to English, Dr Ong speaks Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkieen and Malay. He is a member of the Australian Society of Breast Disease, General Surgeons of Australia and Australasian Doctors Association.

A referral letter from your GP is necessary to consult Dr Lee Ong.

Dr Dr Sunil Casabianca-Manukonda


I am a new Fellow through RACGP (FRACGP)and looking forward to a new chapter in my career. I look forward to continuing my work in primary health/family medicine/general practice as a Fellow.

I have an expanding interest in Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery since moving to Queensland and have been enjoying doing procedures and performing skin cancer surgery. I would like to build on this to sub specialise in it.
I also have a Master's degree in Public Health and a Diploma in Child Health from University of Sydney. I feel strongly about Social Justice, and am passionate about Human Rights, Gender Equality, LGBTQI Rights, Refugee Health and Climate Change.

I have substantive experience in Internal Medicine and Rehabilitation Medicine, having worked as a Medical Registrar and a BPT trainee at Royal Perth Hospital and St.Vincent's Hospital Sydney.

Dr Dr Kavitha Arulanandam


Dr Kavitha is a well liked GP. She has been a GP for over 10 years now. Like most primary care physicians, she is experienced in the treatment and management of various chronic medical conditions. She enjoys all aspects of family medicine and loves getting to know each of her patients. Dr Kavitha has a special interest in Women's and children's health. She completed her primary medical qualification in 2003. She did her internship at the Mount Gambier Hospital in SA and has worked at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in SA, and Monash Medical Centre, VIC before moving to Darwin in 2010. She obtained her Fellowship in General Practice in 2013. She has family in Brisbane and she moved to Brisbane in 2020 to be closer to her family.
She has gained clinical acumen in Internal Medicine, Emergency medicine, Surgery, Mental Health, Obstetrics & Gynaecology as well as Paediatrics. She is also committed to educating medical students and GP Reigstrars.