Dr Sana Al-Rubaye is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) since 2016.
Sana graduated from Medical College Baghdad University in 2004 .She moved to Australia with her husband in 2009 after working overseas in maternity hospitals in Jordan . Her Australian experience as a doctor for more than 10 years includes working in rural Victoria Ballarat Base Hospital, then Royal Women Hospital and Royal Melbourne Hospital before moving into general practice in 2014.
While endeavoured to become a GP she has gained experience in a several specialities of medicine including General Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Paediatric, sexual health , womens health , surgery and mental health.
She prefers all aspects of family medicine with special interest in Women’s Health including shared antenatal care, contraception includes implanon insertion and removal , IUD insertion and removal , sexual health, Child Health and chronic disease management. She also performs a range of minor surgical procedures in her office including removal of skin lesions.