BSc, MBBS, FRACGP, FARGP, Grad Dip Rural General Practice, Melbourne Teaching Certificate
Meet Your Epping GP – Dr Ammar Shah
Dr Ammar Shah completed his Internship with University of Tasmania graduates in Burnie. He then spent a hospital year in Launceston before moving to Wangaratta to complete his GP Training and Fellowships in rural North East Victoria.
Dr Shah moved to Melton after obtaining his Fellowship in General Practice. He spent 12 years as a Partner and GP Supervisor of University of Melbourne medical students in a large 30 doctor clinic.
Epping Family Medical & Specialist Centre is Dr Shah’s new clinic, in partnership with highly skilled GP’s who have extensive experience of establishing and running successful GP practices of their own.
Dr Ammar Shah enjoys Family Medicine in all its domains, and he is keen on teaching the doctors of tomorrow. He also has a special interest in Chronic Disease Management across all ages.
He spends his time away from the clinic with his family. In his spare time he is an avid reader of books and attends gym classes.
- BSc (Bachelor of Science)
- MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery)
- FRACGP (Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners)
- FARGP (Fellowship in Advanced Rural General Practice)
- Grad Dip Rural General Practice
- Melbourne Teaching Certificate