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 Jacobus van Staden


Dr van Staden is an independent medical practitioner. He Studied at Potchefstroom University in South Africa. M.Sc (Psychology), practised and lectured in Psychology for 4 years. Commenced medical studies at the University of Pretoria and graduated in 1986. Practised as a GP for 12 years after being in the hospital system for 3 years. Moved to Port Lincoln in April 2002, then to Berri in May 2004. Interests include Anaesthetics, Obstetrics, General Medicine and Paediatrics. Part time enjoyments include travelling, gardening and Gideon’s. Supports Springbok Rugby and Proteas Cricket Team.

Dr Danielle Crosby


Danielle Crosby is from Adelaide and moved to the Riverland in 2019. Prior to this she worked in Port Lincoln. Dr Crosby studied Biomedical Science at the University of Adelaide and Medicine/Surgery at Flinders University. She completes obstetric training between the Lyell McEwin and Port Augusta Hospital. She has an interest in all aspects of general practice including obstetrics and gynaecology, maternal mental health, paediatrics (including infant health, sleep, and cry-fuss problems) and emergency medicine. Dr Crosby is an accredited Neuroprotective Developmental Care (NDC) practitioner. Dr Crosby is an independent medical practitioner.

Dr Jinia Afrin


Dr Afrin was born and grew up in Bangladesh. She studied medicine at Jahurul Islam Medical College, Bangladesh graduating in 2009. She has worked as a GP for over 4 years. She moved to Riverland with her husband in Feb 2019. Dr Afrin enjoys all areas of general practice with special interest in general medicine, preventive health and minor procedure. When she isn’t working she enjoys spending time with her family, reading books, and watching movies. Dr Afrin is an independent medical practitioner

Dr Jaya Lindsay


Dr Jaya Lindsay grew up in Port Lincoln and completed her medical degree at the University of Adelaide in 2016. She initially worked within the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Jaya has completed her Sydney Child Health Certificate (previously child health diploma) Jaya worked as a registrar at Berri Medical in 2019 and is pleased to be back working in the Riverland. Dr Lindsay is an independent medical practitioner  She has special interests in preventative medicine, women’s health and managing chronic disease. In her spare time she enjoys watersports, hiking and music.

Dr Larisa Hendry


Dr Larisa Hendry is an international graduate from Russia, Novosibirsk Medical University, who graduated in 1999. I have been working in Australia since 2015: Hervey Bay Hospital QLD 2015-2017, Lyell McEwin Hospital 2017-2019, Northern Mental Health- 2019-2020. She Relocated to Riverland in February 2020 for the GP training program and is now an independent medical practitioner.
Her Special interest are: mental health, Focused Psychological strategies. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, walking, attending the gym and reading.

Dr Mohamed Mohamed


Dr. Mohamed was born in Egypt and graduated with MBBS from Alexandria University in 2007. After completing his internship in 2008, he practised as a GP for more than 12 years, first in Egypt than in Saudi Arabia. In 2021 he moved to Australia and has settled in the Riverland. He has an interest in all aspects of general practice. While not working, He enjoys spending time with his family, reading books.

Dr Alex Lau

Dr Alex Lau studied at the University of Adelaide and graduated in 2018. He has spent his initial medical training at the Royal Adelaide and Lyell McEwin Hospital prior to commencement of Rural General Practice training in 2022. He is interested in anesthetics and emergency medicine. His leisure hobbies include playing soccer, badminton, travelling and spending time with family and friends.

Dr Santosh Paudel

Dr Paudel born and grew up in Nepal. He graduated with a medical degree from Kathmandu University in 2012 and practiced as a General Practitioner for 5 years. He moved to Australia with his wife and now is settled in Riverland. Dr Paudel enjoys providing holistic care to families from  infants to elderly, with special interest in  minor procedures and trauma medicine. He is an amateur  trekker, soccer player and enjoys watching sport events, travel vlogs and listening music.

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

Medical Students

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.