Dr John Dunn


Dr Dunn studied at the University of Adelaide and graduated in 1981. After spending his intern year in Adelaide he went to the UK to study Obstetrics, Paediatrics and General Medicine. He had been in Berri since 1984 with his wife Meredith and their three children. He is interested in all aspects of General Practice with special interests in Obstetrics, Paediatrics, Mental Health and skin cancer diagnosis and treatment. His leisure interests include family time, cycling, walking and outback travel.

Dr Kevin Stanton


Dr Stanton graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1980. After further in hospital training in Anaesthetics, Obstetrics, Paediatrics and Psychiatry he spent 4 years in general practice in Adelaide. He and his wife moved to Berri in 1988 fulfilling his ambition of being a country GP. They have raised 3 children in the Riverland. His current medical interests include Obstetrics, Paediatrics, Emergency and Trauma Medicine, and General Practice. He teaches the Advanced Life Support course in Obstetrics throughout Australia. Outside of medicine his main interests are time with his family, gardening, flying radio controlled model aeroplanes at Loxton, and following the Adelaide Crows.

Dr George Dalamagas      


Dr Dalamagas was born in Athens. After working as GP in the Greek Airforce Dr Dalamagas returned to Australia and worked at Flinders Medical Centre studying Obstetrics. He also worked in Sydney at St George Hospital, Kogarah before returning to general practice in Berri. His medical interests are Obstetrics and Emergency Medicine. He is a keen tennis player, enjoys gym and reading.

Dr Ali Al-Baldawi


Dr Al-Baldawi grew up in Canada’s capital city (Ottawa) and moved to Australia in 2010 to commence his medical degree at Flinders University. Since graduating, He has worked at different hospitals across Adelaide and Alice Springs. During this time, he has completed a Diploma in Child Health and a Certificate in Emergency Medicine. Dr Al-Baldawi joined the Berri Medical Clinic in August 2016. His interests include 4WDriving, camping, and exploring the great Australian outdoors.

Dr Oluyemisi  Bob–Efeovbokhan


Dr Yemisi was born and raised in Lagos. After completing her medical internship in 2008 she practiced in Lagos as a GP for two years. She relocated to Sydney with her husband, Nosa, to pursue a dual Masters’ degree in Public Health and Health Management. Her family moved to the Riverland in 2014, following which she completed her Diploma in Child Health and welcomed their second son. Her medical interests include Womens and Children’s health. Outside these, she loves crafts and creative writing.

Dr Grace Kang


Dr Kang was born in South Korea and moved to Australia in 2010 where she attended the University of Adelaide. She has previously worked at the Royal Adelaide, Queen Elizabeth and Women’s and Children’s Hospitals. Dr Kang has joined us for 1 year as part of the GPex Program.

Dr Abdul Saboor


Dr Saboor was born in Peshawar, Pakistan and studied medicine at Lahore University, Pakistan. He came to Australia in 2011 and settled in Tasmania where he worked for 4 years. He then moved to South Australia where he worked at the Lyell McEwin for a year. His medical interest include paediatrics and geriatrics. He is married and has 2 children and enjoys spending his free time at home with his family. Dr Saboor has joined the practice for 1 year as part of the GPex Program.

Dr Susan Zachariah


Dr Zachariah was born in Malaysia and studied medicine at the University of Northern Sumatra, Indonesia. She moved to Victoria in 2009. She has worked in various hospitals and emergency departments throughout Victoria. She was previously working in general practice at Murray Bridge Clinic before moving to Berri. In her spare time she enjoys reading and travelling. Dr Zachariah has joined the practice for 1 year as part of the GPex Program.

Dr Md Muzammel Haque


The Berri Medical Clinic is strongly involved in promoting rural general practice by training young doctors.

Medical Students

Ashlee Kimball Medical Student Jamie Miller Medical Student

From time to time you may be asked for your permission to have a medical student sit in on your consultation. Medical students from Flinders University spend the whole of their third year studying in our clinic. At the end of the year they sit their final exams so it is a vital part of their training. GP Registrars work with our senior doctors to complete their training. They assist with consultations and procedures as well as helping manage hospital patients.