Dr Randolph Taylan
Dr Randolph Taylan graduated from the Far Eastern University in the Philippines and worked as an Emergency Physician during his Postgraduate Internship (comparable training in Australia).
He migrated to Australia in 2006 and worked as an Resident Medical Officer for Redcliffe and Caboolture Hospitals. Dr Taylan started GP work after completing the Australian Medical Council Exams in 2009. Afterwhich, he joined Strathpine Family Medical Centre and became an active member of the team. Dr Taylan became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2015. He has special interest in Paediatrics and Mental health but enjoys all aspects of General Practice.
Dr Taylan apart from English speaks Tagalog and the Visayan dialect.
Dr Justin Das
Dr Das earned his MBBS at The Christian Medical College and continued specialising in Internal Medicine in India. Afterwhich, he worked in several hospitals and also opened his own clinic working as a General Practitioner.
Dr Das migrated to Australia 2006. He worked as a GP in Bundaberg Australia until 2009. He achieved his Fellowship in General Practice in 2008. From 2009 to 2011, Dr Das worked as a GP in a clinic located in Metropolitan Brisbane before joining us at Strathpine Family Medical Centre. He enjoys all aspects of being a general practitioner.
Dr Das apart from the English language, speaks Nepalese and Punjab.
Dr Lucy Ong Garza
Dr Lucy joined us in November 2012. She graduated from Saint Louis University in the Philippines. She had worked as a GP in the Philippines and Taiwan for more than 10 years. During this time, Dr Lucy gained membership to WONCA (World Organization of National Colleges, Academies and Academic Associations of General Practitioners/Family Physicians)
Dr Lucy migrated in Australia in 2006 and worked as a Resident Medical Officer at the Caboolture and Redcliffe and The Prince Charles Hospitals. She worked as a deputising GP prior to joining the Strathpine Family Medical Centre.
Dr Lucy enjoys the variety of medical cases and the versatility of medical management from Paediatrics Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Aged care, minor trauma and surgery. Apart from the English language, she is well versed in Mandarin, Hokkien and Tagalog.
Dr Maria Ong Taylan
Dr Maria graduated from the Far Eastern University in the Philippines and worked as an Emergency Physician during her post graduate internship (comparable training in Australia). She also previously worked as a GP, mostly serving the low socio-economic populations in Philippines.
Dr Maria immigrated in Australia and started working for Queensland Health from 2008. She trained in various hospitals such as Redcliffe, Caboolture, The Prince Charles and Mater. After completing the Australian Medical Council Exams, she was accepted in the RANZCP Fellowship program for four years which gave her the knowledge and experience in Mental Health. Dr Maria is currently a Senior Medical Officer in Drugs and Alcohol.
Dr Maria joined us in August 2015 covering the after hours openings. She is compassionate in dealing with her patients and offers a holistic approach in General Practice.