Dr Deiter started his medical career as a nurse and later decided to become a doctor. He is a medical graduate of Newcastle University. He originally joined the practice in July 1993 after getting to know Corowa during two weeks as a final year medical student in 1989. He has had a couple of stints away from the practice to explore Australia and work in remote places in Aboriginal health. Dr Deiter is a GP anaesthetist, providing his services to the visiting specialists, who perform surgery at the Corowa hospital. Dr Deiter has three children, a son Gerhard and two daughters Nikola and Min, who was adopted by him and his partner Kirsty, from China when she was 16 months old. Outside of the practice Dr Deiter enjoys a game of tennis, gardening, reading and keeping fit. He has had to curtail his passion for travelling since taking on an active role in the management of the practice.
Dr Love is graduate of Melbourne University and has practiced in Corowa since 1992. Dr Love works out of our Corowa and Rutherglen practices.
Dr Love is married to Sara and has a son Andrew.
Dr Del Popolo is a graduate of the University of Sydney and came to us as a registrar in 1997 and stayed on as an assistant and is now a director of the business. Dr Del Popolo still practices obstetric at Wodonga Hospital and is also involved in the training of future doctors as a GP Supervisor within the practice.
Dr Del Popolo has a strong interest in Womens Health and also Integrative and Nutritional medicine.
Dr Kapur is an English trained doctor who is a graduate of Charing Cross Hospital Medical School, which is part of London University.
She commenced with us in 2005 and has special interests in family medicine, women’s health and teaching.
Dr Kapur shares her time between our Corowa and Rutherglen practices.
Dr Nigel Murray graduated from Monash University in 1997. He undertook his internship in Alice Springs and then underwent GP training in Bendigo, Geraldton, Wonthaggi and Lismore.
Dr Murray practices anaesthetics in Corowa and still travels back to his old workplace in Yarrawonga once a month to practice anaesthetics.
Dr Murray is married with four children and lives in Lavington.
All of our registrars are mentored to ensure a very high standard of medical care. Corowa Medical Centre prides itself on our registrars and our ongoing contribution to the training of the future
Corowa Medical Centre is well supported by our Nurses Mary, Wendy, Margaret, Karen, Gill, Stacey P, Nicki and Stacey W.
They assist our Doctors with minor procedures, wound care, spirometry's, suture's etc.
Our RN's are responsible for the Triaging of urgent appointments and the delivery of results to patients on behalf of the doctors.
Our friendly office staff - Jeanette, Leanne, Julie, Margaret, Tracey,Heather, Monique, Kerry, Vanessa and Sue all provide excellent support to patients and doctors to help keep the practice running smoothly and efficiently.