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Maryanne Docker is inspired by developing long-term relationships with her patients and assisting them with all of their health needs. She has been working in general practice for over 10 years and joined Rozelle Total Health in 2011.

Wendy will be taking some well earned long service leave  from 27th of Feb 2020 until 12th of October 2020.


Wendy graduated with first class honors from the University of Queensland and is a member of the Royal Australian College of GPs. She worked on the RACGP steering committee to develop the first women's health training course for GPs. Wendy’s goal is to work within a multidisciplinary framework to provide contemporary and compassionate care to patients and their families, to relieve symptoms and maintain quality of life.

In addition to traditional medicine, Phil Cameron has an interest in scientifically-based complimentary medicine, and diet and lifestyle change as part of treatment.  Phil graduated from Sydney University in 1975.  He attained a Diploma of Child Health (RCP) London, and a Diploma of Paediatrics (UNSW). He studied acupuncture, completing a three-month course in Nanjing, China.  He has a Family Planning Certificate from the Family Planning Association of NSW. Phill participates in the RPA Hospital Ante-natal Shared Care Program and conducts sessions at the RPA Hospital Genetic Counselling Clinic.  He was a GP in Birchgrove at Balmain Family Health Care for 26 years before joining Rozelle Total Health in 2010.  

Having worked in general practice for more than 25 years and in Balmain/Rozelle since 1998, Margot Woods was the founding doctor at RTH. Margot studied medicine at the University of Newcastle and graduated in 1984 with first class Honours. After working in Sydney in Hospitals and General Practice she moved to London to get further experience in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and life. After returning to Australia she became a GP in Forster on the North Coast and a mother which gave her a lot more experience in life. Now living locally, firstly in 1986, she loves being part of the Balmain/Rozelle community. Now with her daughters growing (a blended five) she is loving life's rich journey.

Margot is a member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and the Australian Lifestyle Medicine Association. She is committed to improving the health of Indigenous Australians.

Margot is committed to constant improvement and has a long association with the Improvement Foundation and the Collaboratives Movement. She is committed to delivering quality medicine by a quality team at RTH.

Margot enjoys joining the journey her patients take through life and hopes to support them in their choices and at times when life is challenging physically or emotionally.


Dr Marshall enjoys taking a practical and integrative approach to people’s health.  She has a keen interest in Women’s Health and Paediatrics and enjoys the diversity that general practice provides.

Dr Marshall graduated from the University of Sydney with Honours in 2004 and after her basic hospital training attained her Diploma with the Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Dr Marshall undertook her General Practice training in rural Western Australia at a very busy rural practice, which included on-call obstetrics and hospital cover. During this time she completed a Diploma of Child Health through Princess Margaret Hospital. She returned home to Sydney in 2010 and has continued working in General Practice while juggling life with three children.

Dr Marshall is affiliated with the Royal Hospital for Women and RPA for the provision of antenatal shared care and is experienced in inserting contraceptive devices including Mirena and Implanon.

George is a local, a husband, and a father, and appreciates the need to balance family and work life in inner Sydney.  He enjoys creating meaningful therapeutic relationships with people of all ages and backgrounds.

George graduated from the University of Sydney with Honours in 2004.  He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and trained in the Margaret River Region where he gained broad experience in medicine and an appreciation for fine food and wine. He holds an appointment as an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of Notre Dame Australia and is actively involved in Teaching and Research.

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