Dr Martin Bailey's testimonial
I worked in a group practice, as part owner, for 42 years, then semi-retired , and started doing locum work. I worked over the course of a year in six different practices, finally settling on a part-time position at Cherrybrook Medical Center. This I felt was the nicest of the six, being spacious, airy, excellent capable staff, well equipped, and reasonably close to home. Pay was good and I had total clinical freedom. I worked there three sessions a week for the past six years, leaving because I am moving interstate. I have thoroughly enjoyed the camaraderie and support, the mix of patients, and goodwill. I would recommend the practice to any GP seeking full or part-time work in this area, or by extension, other practices under Trans-Ax management.
Dr Martin Bailey
Dr Hany Gergis' testimonial
It was a big surprise that I meet with so humble and quiet but genius man like you.
As I said , it has been short time working in the clinic but it was full of good comfortable feeling as well.
The whole stuff is perfect and yesterday, I knew that there is a big mind working behind the theme.
Thank you David for your time and support.
Looking forward for the second meeting.
Dr Olga Scaramuzzi’s farewell message
Good Morning Peter,
You were supposed to be the first to know that I have now decided to retire from my professional work.
I would like to say that I am grateful to you Peter for offering me work in your then new adventure in 2012: the Cherrybrook Medical Centre.
Seven years down the track the adventure has grown beyond imagination and now Trans-Ax is a leading Health Care organisation in Australia. Congratulation.
Having an experience of setting up my own Medial Centre in 1977 and running it very successfully for 25 years. I appreciate even more your skills, vision, planning, intelligence, bravery, ability to work with people to make them give their best, and more, the knowledge of medical services provision standards.
Thank you Peter for the privilege of being a small part of your achievement, admittedly I was a very small part of it, working in part time capacity and covering, amongst others, some of these unpopular hours that other doctors would find less convenient to do.
I am now learning how to live without being a doctor.
I will miss my work in Cherrybrook Medical Centre, but life goes on and new opportunities open even at my stage of life.
Once more thank you for the opportunity of working in Cherrybrook for 7 good years, that framed my fifty two years of professional life.
With my best wishes and thanks to you, the management and the staff of CMC, and my colleagues,
Dr Olga Scaramuzzi
Grateful words from a doctor who recently joined one of the Canberra practices
I am very thankful for this lovely chance and lovely team. Mate, my start was a butter smooth start, thanks to the efforts of all the staff.
I am really happy here, looking for challenges…
I am very thankful for embracing me.
The view of a visiting medical professional
Over the last 14 months I have had the opportunity to visit over 120 GP practices and to talk to hundreds of GPs. Today it was my great pleasure to visit the Cherrybrook Medical Centre and to discuss medical imaging with 9 GP doctors on duty that day. We discussed many aspects of advanced medical imaging protocols and their application to their practice and to their patients. The GPs at the Centre were pro-active and engaged in the discussion. I was impressed with their willingness to learn more regarding new medical imaging procedures considering each doctor was fully booked that day. Overall an impressive GP medical centre with dedicated doctors and staff.
Marko Trifunovic BAppSci, MEd
Head of Nuclear Medicine & PET
Adjunct Fellow Macquarie University