Specialisations/Area of Interest:
Women’s Health, Child Health, Mental Health, Antenatal Shared Care, Patient Education & Preventative Medicine.
English & Singhala
Saroja graduated from the University of NSW in 1990 and completed 3 years of postgraduate training in the Illawarra Hospital Network. She undertook her specialty training in General Practice in a variety of General Practices and in 1996 was awarded the Monte-Kent Hughes Medal for the highest national mark in the RACGP Fellowship Exams.
From 2003 till 2012, whilst continuing as a part time GP, she was the Director of Training for this region’s GP Training Provider developing educational and training opportunities for GPs. In 2006, the University of Wollongong, appointed Saroja as a Clinical Associate Professor in General Practice. She continues her commitment to education by working with Medical Students from the Graduate School of Medicine as well as endeavouring to enhance her patient’s understanding of their health and wellness.
Saroja is passionate about providing patients and their families with a comprehensive personalized holistic medical service.
She balances work in General Practice with an active family life and enjoys the fabulous coastal life of the spectacular Illawarra region.
Saroja is available for appointments on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday afternoons and Fridays.