Our Doctors
Marjorie Cross MBBS FRACGP OAM

Dr Cross is a general practitioner with special interests in counselling, women’s health, men’s health, preventative medicine, adolescent health, and paediatrics. 

Dr Miranda Sherley BSc(Hons) PhD MBBS FRACGP FAChSHM
Dr Miranda Sherley is a GP with a broad interest in all areas of general practice including minor procedures such as skin cancer removal, implanon insertion and removal and IUD insertion and removal. She is also a Sexual Health Physician and offers care in all areas of sexual health including HIV, Hepatits, Menopause, Womens and Mens health, Sexual health screening, Genital Dermatology and Transgender Medicine. If you would like to see Dr Sherley as a Specialist please see your usual GP for a referral.


Dr Melanie Dorrington  MBBS FRACGP
B.BiomedSc(Hons) General Practitioner 
Dr Melanie Dorrington is a GP and a GP clinical editor with the ACT & SNSW HealthPathways project. Her interest areas are womens health (including implanon and IUD insertion), preventative health, Aboriginal health and mental health.
Lisa Cutfield BMed (Hons) BA (Hons) FRACGP DCH GradCertPallCare

Dr Lisa Cutfield enjoys providing whole person care at all stages of life. Her special interests include mental health, the health of older people and palliative care.

Dr Sasanka Gunaratne

Sasanka has special interests in paediatrics, men's health, preventative medicine and emergency medicine. 

Dr Carlos Pasco-Connor
MBBS Hons (Trujillo Peru) GDip Ophth FRACGP
Carlos is a fellow of the RACGP with special interest in skin conditions, minor surgical and cosmetic procedures, eye conditions, child and adolescent health and mens health.  He is one of the doctors involved in our skin check clinic.


Steve works here on performing minor surgical procedures for the removal of skin lesions. He will be at the practice two Thursdays per month for these procedural days only. He will not be doing general practice consultations.


Our Practice


Our Accredited General Practice provides a comprehensive range of medical services.  We employ several doctors and provide health checks, immunisations, nursing and pathology collection.  We also work closely with allied health services.


The Bungendore Medical Centre is committed to preventative and evidence based medicine providing a health service for the residents of Bungendore and its surrounding districts including, Tarago, Bywong, Wamboin, and Captain’s Flat.


Our mission is to provide our patients with “best practice” medicine in a caring, respectful, supportive and friendly environment.

The Bungendore Medical Centre is a teaching practice directly affiliated with the Australian National University (ANU).  Dr Cross is a lecturer and tutor with the ANU.  Throughout the year we welcome 3rd year Medical Students for their Rural term. We also enjoy having Medical Students from other Universities.  The students invariably love the area, the patients and the experience in a Rural Practice. Some of our students from over the years have returned as doctors. Our other teaching experience is with post-graduate doctors before they sit their final exams for College Membership and it's such a joy to have access to their wide level of experience. We all learn so much from them and from each other: after all medicine is about life long learning.




What is a GP Registrar?

Registrars are qualified doctors who have completed their medical degree and have undertaken a minimum of 2 years training in a public hospital.

These doctors have chosen to specialise as a General Practitioner just as a surgeon or paediatrician undertakes further studies to specialise in their field

Registrars work under the supervision of the experienced GP's in the practice and you are always welcome to ask the Registrar to double check management with your regular GP.


Dr Tom Leach MBChB EMCert(ACEM) DCH

Tom trained and worked in Manchester before moving to Australia in 2013. He has a strong interest in Emergency Medicine, and also works in the Emergency Department at The Canberra Hospital.

Dr Morven Crane
Morven graduated in 2008 from The University of Adelaide and worked in South Australia in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, before changing to GP training in 2016. She moved interstate when her partner who is a current serving member of the Australian Defence Force was posted to Canberra in 2019, initially practicing in Braidwood. She has special interests in adolescent health, and is trained in IUDs and Implanon insertions.

Bungendore Medical Centre

36 Ellendon Street

Bungendore  NSW  2621


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If you have an emergency and would like to speak to a Doctor after hours please phone 0412004109

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