Upon completion of her undergraduate Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (with Distinction) in 2004 from Tanta University, Egypt, Enas Aziz migrated to Australia in 2005 where she then completed all the requirements of the Australian Medical Council and Medical Board of Australia, being unconditionally registered in January 2007. Successfully completing her Internship and Residence Years at the end of 2008 from St George Hospital and Sutherland Hospital, Sydney, Enas realised that her passion lies in General Practice.
To this end, Enas commenced working in private medical practice at the beginning of 2009, attaining her Fellowship qualification from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) in 2012.
As a firm believer in the value of patient care, and best interest of the patient at all times, and having worked in the profession for more than eight years, Enas continues to maintain and update her knowledge and competencies through completion of all scheduled and voluntary professional development sessions. The good GP never stops learning.
Outside of the profession, Enas enjoys her busy family life with her husband and two boys, actively involved in their various pursuits. She is also active in the local community and is passionate about medical literacy.