GP Clinical Council

Our GP Clinical Council (GPCC) serves as an advisory body to our Board.

GPCC represents general practitioners in our four local government areas in our region. They focus on advising the Board on:

  • strategies to improve the health and wellbeing of our communities through the provision of high-quality, accessible and integrated primary healthcare.
  • strategies to address issues facing GPs, including consideration of the the unique needs in different communities within the region.

An important part of GPCC’s role is to advise on decision-making at the practice level to strengthen the support provided to GPs in their day-to-day work. Members discuss issues in relation to health pathways, hospitals, aged care facilities, workforce, GP education and training and more.  

GPCC meets up to six times per year. More detail on the role and purpose of the GPCC is detailed in the Terms of Reference.

Are you a GP in the region?

Enquiries are welcomed from GPs in the Nepean Blue Mountains region who are interested in participating in our activities. We have a range of options for involvement including future vacancies on GPCC, participation in online forums and other consultations or working groups.

Please complete the form below to express your interest and we will be in contact with more information. For enquiries, email our Stakeholder Engagement Team.

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GPCC Members

Dr Louise McDonnell - Chair

Blue Mountains:

  • Dr Jialiang Chin
  • Dr Simone Heiler


  • Dr Catherine Brunton
  • Dr David Foley
  • Dr Alex Williams 


  • Dr Babak Adeli
  • Dr Hilton Brown
  • Dr Ben Hanson


  • Dr Anju Aggarwal
  • Dr Thu Dang
  • Dr Hany Gayed

GP Clinical Council Achievements

Have your say

We invite GPs to submit ideas and suggestions to GPCC. Provide your input online.

For more information about GPCC, please email our Stakeholder Engagement Team or call 4708 8100.

Have your say

We invite GPs to submit ideas and suggestions to GPCC. Provide your input online.