Dr. Flora Kontogeorgis

I graduated from WITS Medical School in 1995. After spending some time working in the UK, I returned to South Africa where I began specialising as a Physician. I enjoyed my time in Nephrology (diseases of the kidney), Rheumatology, Cardiology and Infectious Disease.

Due to growing family commitments, I changed my course and began my career as a GP in Dunvegan, Edenvale. I still have ties to academia and am actively involved in teaching 5th year medical students during their Family Medicine Block.

Now, I am realising my dream in Stonehill Medical Centre. My passion lies in providing a good service to families in all aspects of their mental, physical and gynaecological health.

Dr. Etti Barsky

I qualified from WITS Medical School in 1999 and then went on to do my Master’s in Sports Medicine in 2012, this makes me a GP & Sports Physician.

I was the GP at the Selwyn Segal Centre for the physically and intellectually handicapped for 15 years. For over a decade my passion lay in exercise in pregnancy and the post-natal period. This has now evolved to aiming to inspire and motivate lifestyle changes to all my patients and trying to teach them that Exercise IS medicine.

I enjoy all aspects of family medicine no matter the age of my patients and occasionally explore alternative forms of healing through integrative medicine.

Dr. Linda Baigent

I graduated from Wits University in 2001 and commenced my medical career at Sandringham Gardens Home for the Aged. Here I gained experience in treating the many chronic, as well as acute medical problems common in the elderly. I also gained experience in treating patients with dementia, especially when I was transferred to Our Parents Home where they have a dedicated ward.

After the birth of my second child, I joined Dr Mark Govender at Baker Street Medical Centre where I spent 13 years looking after families, from babies to grandparents. 

After his passing in January 2021, I moved to my new home away from home, Stonehill Medical Center.

I have a special interest in Diabetes and completed the Academy Foundation Course run by the Centre for Diabetes. I love the diversity that working in a GP practice provides, engaging with people of different ages and where no day is the same.