Dr Tariq Mahmood
I studied my M.D (Doctor of Medicine) Degree in Eastern Europe, at the State Medical University, Belarus.
After completion of my degree, I moved to Pakistan and worked there for a while, before migrating to Australia.
Upon arrival, I furthered my education at Victoria University, Melbourne, including Monash Medical Centre and Dandenong Hospital. My Registration Exams were completed with the Australian Medical Council, and I then commenced work in North Queensland, where I completed my residency, working in a wide variety of fields include Medicine, Cardiology, Renal Medicine, Oncology, Surgery including Orthopaedics and Rural Medicine. I also worked in Intensive Care Medicine, Mental Health and Paediatrics.
After then moving to Sydney, I continued my work in Emergency Medicine and General Practice. I found General Practice to be more rewarding, and decided to pursue this as a career. I have gained a wide range of experience in all fields while working with people from all age groups and people from various cultural backgrounds.
I have professional memberships with FRACGP, ACRRAM, AHPRA and AMA for ongoing professional development and support.
I am able to communicate in many different languages including English, Urdu, Russian, Punjabi and Hindi.
My special interests are in Chronic Disease Management, Aboriginal Health, skin diseases and mental health conditions.
Appointments and further information
This service is provided at the SCU Health Clinic, Lismore.
Hours are Monday to Friday 8.30am until 4.30pm.
for an appointment or for further information about this service.
The doctor has a long waiting list for our appointments each day.
If you cannot attend your appointment, you MUST let us know more than 2 hours prior to the time.
We can then offer your time to another patient.
Failure to do so will incur a $20 No Show fee, which must be paid prior to making another appointment.
If you are more than 10 minutes late for your appointment, you may be asked to rebook.