Our Team

                   The Independent Voice of General Practice Owners



Chair of Australian GP Alliance and owner of YourGP@Lyneham & YourGP@Crace

Dr John Deery graduated from UNSW in 2000. He is the business owner of YourGP@Crace and YourGP@Lyneham in Canberra and is passionate about delivering high quality care to patients. He grew up in the NSW country towns of Tumut, Moree and South Grafton. He loves sport and used to be a professional Rugby League player for the St George Dragons and Sydney Roosters. His current sport of choice is table tennis and he aspires to play A grade in the Canberra competition.


Deputy Chair of AGPA and Chair of RACGP Business of General Practice

Dr Sean Stevens graduated from UWA in 1993 and finished his GP training in 2000. He is a part owner of Mead Medical Group in outer metropolitan Perth and is the main supervisor for GP registrars at Mead. Sean is also the vice-chair of the WA Faculty of the RACGP & Chair of the RACGP Business of General Practice Specific Interest Group.


Director AGPA and Managing Director/Practice Principal Perth GP Pty Ltd

Dr. Jagadish Krishnan more commonly known as Jags, was born and brought up in a tea-growing town named Kotagiri, in The Nilgiris District, in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. He moved to the United Kingdom for further studies and career development before relocating to Perth, Western Australia in 2006. He worked as a General Practitioner in Byford for about 4 years before deciding to form his own company, Perth GP. He is the ex-President of the Australian Indian Medical Association and still maintains a strong link with the association. He is a part of the management committee of the Hindu Association of Western Australia.

He captained his medical college team in soccer. Dr Jags still has a keen interest in soccer and he coaches the under 10s team at the Western Knights Soccer Club. He also plays in the Masters team at the Western Knights.

He is happily married to Dr. Yaamini Jagadish and has two children – Dheekshana & Sridhar.


Director AGPA and Director of Brisbane North PHN and Director of GPTQ

Dr. Trish Baker is practice principal of two north Brisbane practices with a long commitment to training the next generation of GPs as both a GP supervisor and UQ clinical Senior Lecturer. “I believe our community deserves strong principal-led General Practice to best deliver quality personalised medical care,” she says.


Director AGPA and Practice Principal Glebe Family Medical Practice

Dr. Allison Bielawski graduated in 1993 from the University of Tasmania and has been a GP in the Inner West of Sydney since 1997. She is a principal of Glebe Family Medical Practice and is actively involved in GP Registrar and medical student training. Allison was the previous Chair of Central Sydney GP Network and is a current member of the Clinical Council for Central and Eastern Sydney PHN.

Allison likes the sense of community and continuity that comes with working as a GP. When not at work she can be found walking in the local dog parks, doing Pilates or watching theatre and comedy.


Director AGPA and and Practice Principal Altona North Medical Group

Mukesh is a General Medical Practitioner in Altona North in the West of Melbourne, Victoria Australia. He is in a group teaching and training practice where he has worked since 1991 with his wife Karyn Alexander.

He says, “I was alerted to AGPA group around the time the “#BigPath” issue peaked. It became clear to me that a special interest group of GP Owners was a very important vehicle to promote private general practice and seek to give some voice to those that own, invest in and run their own practices.

“There is a need to support this segment of the GP community and to encourage others to continue to be independent and masters of their own destiny. Unique in such movements, my view is AGPA can be a supportive movement and interest group that strengthens the overall efforts to maintaining best quality, affordable prosperous and effective General Practice driven medical care in Australia whilst rigorously voicing the views, expertise and wisdom of our small businesses. I remain a proud member of the AMA and the RACGP and am a proponent of AGPA.”