- Fellow of Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
- Member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
- Member of Skin Cancer College of Australia
Dr Sultan Nonjai Noormohideen graduated in 2001 from a prestigious medical school in India, affiliated with Harvard University. On completion he underwent basic surgical and medical training in London, UK before coming to Melbourne, Australia to work at Monash Medical Centre. After completing several years of surgical training in various departments and gaining the skills and experience in a major city hospital system, Dr Sultan made a country change.
Leading the team at Griffith Base Hospital for 3 years and going into private practice for 5 years, Dr Sultan has obtained his Fellowship with the Royal College of Rural and Remote Medicine. Dr Sultan has a keen interest in Skin and Surgical Procedures. He also has a special interest in Men’s Health, Women’s Health and Children’s Health. Dr Sultan Nonjai Noormohideen is also a member of Skin Cancer College of Australia and Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.