Dr. Ahmed Jalal

I am qualified and registered General Practitioner in Australia and other countries. Graduated from the International University of Africa with MBBS degree with honours back in 2008.

I have completed the Australian Medical Council assessments and accomplished the Australian Medical Council Certificate and currently proceeding with the fellowship with Royal Australian College of General Practitioners RACGP.
I joined Delacombe Medical Centre after serving the upper hunter valley community in rural NSW where he worked as a General Practitioner and a visiting medical officer in the local hospital treating patients in various emergency and acute presentations too.

I have special interest in the following:

  • Chronic diseases e.g. Diabetes, heart and kidney diseases
  • Geriatrics. Aged care and palliative care
  • Counselling e.g. smoking cessation
  • Paediatrics
  • Palliative care
  • Sexual health
  • Women’s health
  • Mental Health in adults and adolescents
  • Skin cancer check, biopsies and excisions.

I speak English and Arabic fluently and enjoys multiple volunteering roles in addition to cycling, soccer and chess.
I believes that happiness is a result of sound mental and physical heath. Hence let’s all become heathy
Nominated to run for presidency in 2020 but instead I chose plan B to become a GP

 Dr. Yasir Al-Kaisey

I worked in various medical and surgical specialities in different places over the last 8 years. Going to General Practice pathway was an easy decision as it gives me the opportunity to follow up on my patients and leading their medical care in such a rewarding manner.

When I moved to Ballarat in 2019 to work in Emergency Department of the Base Hospital I loved the place and decided to settle here. “Old, Cold and Gold” really describes my favourite Ballarat.

I have a special interest and experience in Paediatrics Medicine, Chronic Disease Management and Aged Care Medicine.

I go madly for Juventus Soccer Club, so if you see me mad one day it means they lost a game!

 Dr. Shuai Wang

Dr Shuai Wang is a female General Practitioner with extensive experience and particular interest in women’s health. Shuai is passionate towards women’s health and the wider community. She provides care for all primary health issues, particularly in women’s issues. She is passionate about improving the life of every patient she sees, regardless of the reason for their presentation. She is motivated to make a genuine difference to her community through her unique skill set.


  • Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
  • Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
  • Australian College of Aesthetic Medicine


  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery M.B.B.S
  • Bachelor of Health Science (Midwifery)
  • Certificate of Womens Health (RANZCOG)
  • Certificate of Dermatology
  • American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine Certificate


  • Cervical screening
  • Implanon insertion/ removal
  • Intrauterine device insertion/ removal
  • Women’s health related examinations
  • Pre pregnancy counselling, pregnancy, and postpartum care
  • Sexual health
  • Family planning
  • Minor procedures
  • Wound management
  • Work Cover
  • Cosmetics Medicine

Dr. Ahmed Dulfiqar

I graduated from Baghdad College of Medicine in 2010. After several years of working in Iraq, half of which was in general practice, I decided to move to Australia. Upon my arrival, I worked in several hospitals in QLD and NSW before settling in Ballarat, VIC. I chose to work in general practice as it is more rewarding, clinically diverse and I can build a stronger rapport with patients and the wider community.

Outside of work I enjoy watching soccer, working out, music, science and philosophy videos. I plan to take up running – maybe even a marathon or two – and brush up on my cooking skills!