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.

Paula Kitto

Dr Paula Kitto    

BMBS. BSc/ FRACGP. DRANZCOG (Advanced). Grad Cert GP Mental Health.

Dr Kitto grew up in Naracoorte, South Australia.  She studied medicine at Flinders University, graduating in 2003 and then continued on to train in General Practice and Obstetrics. She spent several years working in Central Australia during which time she gained experience in Rural/Remote Medicine and developed a passion for Aboriginal Health.   Dr Kitto has previously worked in Berri, both as a GP registrar and later as a specialist GP. She has spent the past 5 and a half years working overseas in Eastern Africa.  Dr Kitto is interested in Family Medicine, with a special interest areas in Women’s health, Infant and Child Health, Indigenous Health and International Health.  Paula feels it is important to have a broad knowledge base when working in General Practice.  Outside medicine Paula is actively involved in her local church and enjoys a variety of outdoor activities.

Dolly Kothari – Bio Coming Soon

Dr Wendy Baker


Dr Wendy Baker was born on the York Peninsula and from 1990 she worked as a rural RN/RM 1990 in South Australia and Northern Canada.

She studied Medicine at Flinders University as a Rural Bonded Scholarship holder. She was a PRCC Riverland Medical Student at the Loxton Health Centre and did intern placement at Berri.  She worked at FMC for 4 years after becoming a doctor, 2 year of that was in obstetrics and gynaecology.

She and her husband Rob have 5 children, Sophie, Tom, William, Ben and Matthew, four of whom graduated from Loxton High school. When she isn’t working Wendy enjoys spending time with her family and watching movies.

Muzammel Haque

Dr Md Muzammel Haque


Dr. Muzammel Haque was born in Bangladesh and graduated with MBBS from Dhaka University in 2004. After completing his internship in 2005, he practiced as a GP for more than 5 years. In 2010, he moved to Canada and completed his LMCC (Licentiate Medical Council of Canada) in 2013. In 2017 he moved to Australia and has settled in the Riverland. He has special interests in managing geriatric patients and patients with chronic diseases. He enjoys playing cricket and loves watching movies in his leisure time.

Dr Rama Vangala

Bio coming soon

Dr Susan Zachariah

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.

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.