Registered Medical Practitioner, Medical Board of Australia Specialist GP in Training
MBBS (UNSW), BSc(Medicine)(Hons)
Lecturer, Griffith University
Dr Mina Hanna graduated from the University of New South Wales with an honours degree. After completion of his internship and residency in Bankstown and Campbelltown Hospitals, he underwent specialist physician training in internal medicine at Concord and Nepean Hospitals before entering into general practice.
Dr Mina enjoys teaching medical students and junior doctors and has held various academic appointments and has received awards including Registrar Teacher of the Year.
In addition to English, Dr Mina also speaks Arabic. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends and is keenly involved in various Church services as well as exploring theology and philosophy.