Our Strategic Partners
Greenway Views, Tuggeranong
We have partnered with the team at Next Practice Deakin, to deliver quality health care, and manage the unique needs of our residents and families. GP Dr Paresh Dawda and Nurse Practioner, Robyn Hingeley, share a keen interest in palliative care and guiding seniors through their ageing journey. They have established beautiful relationships with our residents and we are lucky to have their support.
Dr Paresh Dawda trained at The Royal London Hospital and completed his postgraduate qualifications in England. In the UK, Paresh worked as a GP Principal and senior educator and supported the NHS nationally in developing quality and patient safety training programs. Paresh migrated to Australia in 2012 and continues to have a portfolio of roles; academic, clinical, and advisory. Paresh is passionate about providing holistic care for patients, simply because great health is so much more than medicine. He has a particular interest in working with people with chronic medical conditions and palliative care is a large part of his clinical work. He values the conversations he has with patients and their families as this helps him understand their goals and what matters to them.
Robyne graduated as a nurse after studying at the University of Canberra, and then Charles Darwin University. She worked at The Canberra Hospital for ten years following her studies in areas such as palliative care and cancer, and then at Calvary in aged and palliative care. In her professional career, Robyne is most proud of becoming a nurse practitioner and would describe herself as someone who is supportive, helpful and genuinely interested in caring for her patients. Robyne enjoys listening and talking to patients and their families so she can not only help them, but also learn from them. She has a particular interest in dementia and palliative care because she can provide comfort to patients, hear their life stories and see the love within their families.
The team at Southside Physiotherapy play a key role in assisting our residents stay active and in control of their lives through a wide range of support services. Brought together by experienced, highly regarded health professionals, the team hold a passion for improving lifelong wellness, while providing an exceptional level of care and assistance to our residents.
Born and raised in Canberra, Matt grew up playing a wide variety of sports exposing him to physiotherapy and invoking a keen interest in the prevention and rehabilitation of injuries. This led Matt to study at the University of Canberra, where he completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2016. Since graduation, Matt has worked in aged care due to a passion for restoring function and improving quality of life, whilst satisfying his love of sports and fitness by sports training for Junior representative soccer. During Matt’s work and studies he has developed Interests in the management of sports and work related injuries, neurological and age related conditions and post orthopaedic surgeries. Outside of work Matt enjoys living an active lifestyle cycling, hiking and playing various sports.
Matthias grew up in Denmark, playing a variety of sports, including floorball for the Denmark national team. His love for sports led him to study physiotherapy at VIA University College in Denmark which he graduated from with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2021. Matthias moved to Australia in 2021 to live with his fiancé and is planning on pursuing Australian physiotherapy qualifications. Matthias is interested in injury rehabilitation and improving functioning, as well as providing the best care and assistance for his patients. When he’s not busy at work, Matthias keeps active with cricket, floorball and cycling and enjoys watching rugby league and motorsports.