Interests include psychiatry, geriatrics and palliative care.
Dr George Vlahos was born and raised in Adelaide. Following his studies at Seacombe High School, he completed his medical degree at Adelaide University in 1993 and spent his resident years at Flinders Medical Centre.
Dr Vlahos began working at Moana Medical Centre in 1995 and has experienced a wide variety of changes in the style of medicine and local health.
He has interests in care of the older person, complex care, palliative care and mental health.
He is also a fanatical soccer fan and follows Arsenal in the English Premier League.
Interests include antenatal share care, women’s health, preventative health, and emotional and physical wellbeing.
Dr Josie Stachyra completed her internship at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, graduating her BMBS in 1983 at Flinders Medical Centre. She carried out her residency in the Family Medicine Program at the Repatriation Hospital and also in ED at the Adelaide Children’s Hospital, now known as the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
She began practising in the south in 1986 before commencing at Moana Medical Centre in 2002. Josie provides a vast and varied range of general practice and encourages healthy lifestyles.
She also enjoys a good walk and loves living in the beautiful South of Adelaide.
Interests include diabetes, many aspects of general medicine (eg cardiac care, high blood pressure, assessing cardiovascular risk) and paediatrics.
Paul grew up in Auckland, New Zealand. He attended medical school in Dunedin, before completing his medical degree in Wellington. Following graduation he worked in various places in New Zealand, before spending four years in England and Scotland, where he gained further experience in general medicine, paediatrics, emergency medicine and women’s health. He then returned to New Zealand where he undertook formal general practice training, before moving to South Australia in 1998. He has been at Moana Medical Centre since 2006.
He holds a particular interest in the management of diabetes but enjoys all aspects of general medicine, including cardiac care, blood pressure management and cardiovascular risk assessment. He also enjoys paediatrics and completed a Diploma in Child Health while working in the UK.
Paul enjoys running, and tramping – he’d love to do the Heysen Trail one day. He’s also very keen on cricket and rugby and will forever be a supporter of the Black Caps and the All Blacks!
Interests include women’s health and chronic disease management.
Dr Deborah Daniell completed her training at Flinders University, followed by two years working at Flinders Medical Centre as an intern and resident.
She commenced working in general practice in Adelaide as a locum, followed by a number of other locations including Elliston, Pt Lincoln and Whyalla, before basing herself in Aldinga on a full-time basis. Dr Daniell relocated and now enjoys consulting part-time at Moana Medical Centre.
Dr Daniell takes pleasure in working in our community and establishing herself with a practice which values family health and providing quality care.
We utilise our friendly nursing staff in a variety of ways to benefit your health care, as they work side by side with our doctors. From vaccinating babies through to helping to manage complex medical conditions, our nursing staff will treat you with kindness as they go about their work.
We proudly announce the newest member of our team, Naomi, who brings with her a wealth of General Practice Management experience. Naomi worked in General Practice for 30 years with the last 17 years as Practice Manager. She has completed a Diploma of Management and loves spending time with her family, tending to her garden and relaxing with her fishing rod.
Our reception staff aim to make you feel welcome and will do their best to accommodate your wishes and needs wherever they are able, in a warm and empathetic manner.
Moana Medical Centre
1/381 Commercial Road
(cnr Griffiths Drive) Moana 5169
Phone: 8327 1570
Fax: 8327 0954
|Monday||8.30am – 5.30pm|
|Tuesday||8.30am – 8.00pm|
|Wednesday||8.30am – 5.30pm|
|Thursday||8.30am – 5.30pm|
|Friday||8.30am – 4.30pm|
|Saturday||9.00am – 12.00pm|
|Sunday and public holidays Closed|