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Marleni Ang RN

Senior Nurse

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Marleni graduated Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Our Lady Of Fatima University, Philippines in 2009; and Bachelor of Nursing Graduate Entry at Western Sydney University in 2013.

She worked as a Registered Nurse at The Hawkesbury Family Practice from February 2014 to June 2018.

Through her experience in general practice, she has developed interest in preventative health, chronic disease management, older adult health and wound management.

 

Philip Habel

Philip Habel

BSc(Hons) RN

Philip moved from medical nursing at The Canberra Hospital to nursing in general practice in the 1990s, when the practice received a grant to supply enhanced support for HIV management.  Over the years this venture transitioned into the ACT Medicare Local’s HIV Program.  Today he continues to work with partner organisations to provide services aimed at reducing the impact of STIs in the Canberra area.

Janet Lennox

Janet Lennox

EN

Janet is a Enrolled Nurse with chronic health as her focus. She is experienced in ages and wound care and also brings expertise in relation to the over 75 health checks. She has over 15 years of aged care experience and more specific to her community role.

Bryan Umback

Bryan Umback

RN

A country boy born and bred, Bryan has been living in Canberra for the past 2 years.  Previously he worked in country and city hospitals, and also nursing homes.  Now thoroughly enjoying general practice nursing, he has a particular interest in primary/preventative health and men’s health.

In his spare time Bryan enjoys hiking, mountain biking, and helping out on the family farm.

Rose Clarke

Rose Clarke

RN

After completing  her Bachelor of Nursing Degree in 2013 Rose secured a 12 month new graduate position in the program at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPAH). During her 3 years at RPAH Rose gained experience in a diverse range of medical and surgical areas such as Drug and Alcohol, Acute Aged Care and Plastics and Immunology. Rose developed a keen interest in wound care as a result of her time on the Plastics and Immunology ward and remains passionate about primary healthcare and wound management. 

Rose has recently moved to Canberra with her young family and is loving the new lifestyle.

 

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