Dr Fahima Saadzadah graduated in 1989 from the Faculty of Medicine of Kabul University, Afghanistan .
She has diverse overseas medical experience and obtained her qualification as an Australian doctor in 2010.
After obtaining her primary qualification oversea, Dr Fahima did further studies for three years in thoracic medicine at Avicenna Chest Hospital, Kabul.
She later gained teaching experience for junior medical doctors, and also became a tutor for medical students in Umahatulmomenin University in Peshawar, Pakistan.
Dr Fahima completed training in ultrasonography while she was working in Peshawar Kai (Japan) Medical Service as well working as a General practitioner. She has also been a volunteered doctor for a number of years with the Peace and Health clinic for Women and Orphaned children.
In Australia, Dr Fahima has worked for three years at Latrobe Regional Hospital as well as tutoring part-time for overseas trained doctors at VMPF.
Since 2014 Dr Fahima has worked as a GP with five years of practice at Rivoli After hours Medical service in Hawthorne East, and one year in Chandler RD Deputising medical service.
Dr Fahima enjoys the diversity of all GP presentations and is motivated to provide her patients with exceptional and deserving healthcare.
Dr Fahima’s hobbies include reading poems, swimming and knitting.