Dr Jill Maxwell OAM


Areas of Interest:

Disability Medicine
Chronic Illness
Obstetric Shared Care

Dr Cathy Sarles


Dr Cathy Sarles consults at Adelaide City General Practice on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.

She studied medicine at University of Adelaide graduating in 1985. She holds a diploma of obstetrics from the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists as well as fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Dr Sarles has additional training in family planning, skin cancer medicine and surgery, and general practice office procedures. She has worked in the United Kingdom, Broken Hill and Regional South Australia. She also does sessional work in the emergency department of St Andrew's Hospital.

Special Interests
Skin cancer: screening and management
Family planning including insertion of Mirena and Implanon
Obstetric shared care
Cross cultural medicine - Refugee health
Chronic illness
General practice minor office surgery
Comfortable working with interpreters

Professor Bernard Pearn-Rowe

BSc (Hons), MB, BS, FAMA

Professor Bernard Pearn-Rowe is a visiting GP at Adelaide City General Practice. He was born in Sydney and qualified in London at the Middlesex Hospital Medical School, before returning to Australia in the ‘70s. He has practised as a GP in suburban Perth since then, and he has a number of special interests including the investigation and treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and the investigation and treatment of defects in iron metabolism. Professor Pearn-Rowe regularly conducts iron infusion clinics Adelaide City General Practice.

Professor Pearn-Rowe has been Chairman of the Western Australian faculty of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and President of the Western Australian AMA. He was foundation Chair of Western Australian GP Education and Training, and is the foundation Professor of the University of Notre Dame Australia, School of Medicine in Fremantle. He is currently Convenor of the Federal AMA Council of General Practice.

During his spare time Professor Pearn-Rowe enjoys music and cycling.

Dr Suhasini Mohan

MBBS, FRACGP, Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health (SHine SA)

Dr Suhasini Mohan graduated in medicine from the University of Adelaide in 2006. She went onto do her internship and junior resident rotations at the Lyell McEwin Hospital, covering a diverse range of disciplines including cardiology, intensive care, psychiatry, paediatrics and palliative care. She completed her postgraduate training in General Practice through Sturt Fleurieu, and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Mohan believes it is important to remain a generalist in order to manage the wide range of clinical presentations in general practice. She regularly attends educational sessions to maintain her skills and is a member of the RACGP. 

Dr Cathryn Mills


Dr Mills graduated from The University of Adelaide. She then went onto achieve her Diploma in Child Health through the Westmead Hospital. She has an interest in women’s health and paediatrics. She is able to insert mirena’s and implanon’s. In her spare time she enjoys hiking and dancing. 

Dr Jill Benson AM


Dr Jodi Hunt

MD, BMedSc

Dr Jodi Hunt graduated from the Flinders University of South Australia and completed hospital based years at the Lyell McEwin and Modbury Hospitals. Experience includes psychiatry, paediatrics, palliative care, emergency medicine and general medicine. She has specific interests in sexual health, mental health and paediatrics, and is currently undertaking the Diploma in Child Health through the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network. 

She has two young children and therefore no spare time to enjoy hobbies.

Nursing Team

Danielle Schmidt - RN

Helen Stacey - RN RM

Penny Haselgrove - RN

Administration Team

Sophie Piron BAppSc (SpPath), MBA - Business Manager

Sharon Bailey - Reception Team Leader

Amy Scott - Receptionist

Alysse Heuer - Receptionist