Dr. Tatiana Dalati

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December 28, 2009
Arrived in Australia 1988 Studied in Russia and practised for 10 years in Lebanon. Supervised maternity and woman surgery in Tripoli, North Lebanon. Began working for Liverpool Hospital in 1992. In 1993 she opened her own surgery at Lakemba and till today she is still serving the community. She is member of the Canterbury division for general practitioners Bankstown division for general practitioners Health Service Cervical Screening Advisory Group in the central Sydney area In 1998 she received her Royal Australian Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Strives to educate her community in the field of health and held many lectures in English and Arabic. Married to Dr. Shafic Dalati and has 2 children Natali and Fadi.

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