Northern Region GP Council

Providing a forum for GPs to improve primary healthcare in Adelaide's northern region.

Would you like to improve healthcare in your local area?

If you are a passionate GP practicing in Adelaide's north, join Sonder's Northern Region GP Council (NRGPC).

The NRGPC is a subcommittee of Sonder.

Meeting on a regular basis, members of the Council address issues affecting general practices in Adelaide's northern region.

  • Be a voice of change

    Advocate for the role of the GP and promote the delivery of best practice primary healthcare.

  • Have your input

    Direct Continuing Professional Development (CPD) topics, share information and make recommendations.

  • Voice your concerns

    We offer a safe and supportive network for GPs to voice concerns and revise implemented strategies.

About the Council

The NRGPC provides a means of continuous input and advocacy for GPs and aims to keep members connected to Government and non-Government healthcare organisations.

In addition, the Council ensures there is adequate GP representation on various panels and committees, acting as the conduit for GPs across the northern region.

All GPs practicing north of the River Torrens are automatically members of the Northern Region GP Council unless they choose to opt out.

For more information, see our GP, Nurse & Allied Health Support Brochure.

Region GP Council Professional Network

Current representatives

The council has 9 representative members with a broad range of expertise and interests across general practice:

  • Dr Rizwan Latif (Chair), Craigmore
  • Dr Stephen Salagaras, Two Wells
  • Dr Oliver Frank, Hillcrest
  • Dr Sian Goodson, Golden Grove
  • Dr Carolyn Roesler, Elizabeth
  • Dr Louis Skeklios, Wynn Vale
  • Dr Md Moniruzzaman, Prospect
  • Dr Jai Krishnan, Salisbury Downs
  • Dr Radhika Dara, Prospect
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Become a part of something big

Interested in joining the Northern Region GP Council?

Contact Sonder's Executive Assistant

Contact Us
The NRGPC is partly funded by the Adelaide Primary Health Network – an Australian Government Initiative.