Dr Lorenzo Ponte


Dr Lorenzo Ponte started working at Health on Kensington in 2021, and now works full time with us. Lorenzo and his family live in the area.

Lorenzo brings a wealth of experience and knowledge as a General Practitioner. He graduated from The University of Adelaide in 1996, and did his GP training in Minlaton, on the Yorke Peninsula. He completed his Fellowship in 2001, and remained in Minlaton as a rural GP until 2011. He relocated to Adelaide to become the Clinical Director at Uni-Health Playford.

Lorenzo specialises in skin cancer screening, minor procedures, men’s health, antenatal shared care, and does Q Fever vaccinations. He has a far broader scope of practice than this, thanks to spending a decade as a country GP dealing with whatever came his way!

Lorenzo is also registered with Doctors Health SA, an organisation where he and other primary care GPs are “doctors for [other] doctors” and medical students across metropolitan and rural South Australia.

Dr Kasia Strojek

FRACGP, MBBS (Hons), Dip Children's Health

Before relocating to Australia in 2006, Dr Kasia Strojek completed her medical degree in Krakow, Poland. After relocating, she spent time working at the Modbury Hospital. She has worked in private practice in Adelaide, as well as in Clare as a rural GP.

Dr Strojek enjoys the challenges of being a rural GP, in addition to her private practice consulting in Adelaide. She continues to provide regular on-call cover managing emergencies at the Clare Hospital.

Kasia's medical interests include women and children's health, antenatal shared care, breast feeding problems, preventative medicine and emergency care.

In her personal time, she enjoys spending time with her family and gardening.

Dr Matthew Webber


Dr Matthew Webber completed his training in General Practice in 2015 in the Adelaide southern suburbs. He has joined the Health on Kensington team in 2023. Matt is interested in all aspects of General Practice, in particular he is passionate about building relationships and providing continuity of care to his patients.

Matt enjoys seeing patients of all ages and has particular experience in geriatric medicine, working with people with disabilities and palliative care patients.

When not at Health on Kensington, Matt also is a surgical assistant in theatre. Outside of work, he keeps busy with his young family. He enjoys being active and recently completed the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal. Matt is also a soccer and cricket fan.

Dr Rebecca Allmond


Dr Rebecca Allmond began consulting at Clare Medical Centre in 2016 and joined the Health on Kensington team in Feb. 2024. She earnt her Medical Degree at Flinders University and completed her GP training in various clinics in the Southern Suburbs (Seaford, Hallett Cove and Flagstaff Hill) before working as a rural GP in Murray Bridge, which is where she gained her Advanced Diploma in Obstetrics.

Bec’s special interests are women’s health, obstetrics, sexual health and paediatrics.

Outside of work she spends time looking after her son and enjoying the Clare Valley wines and scenery. She is a keen gardener, and shares some of her homegrown produce with the team.

Dr Aida Sam


Aida is a highly experienced General Practitioner with over a decade of dedicated service in the medical field. Graduating from the University of Adelaide, Aida has cultivated a broad and comprehensive skill set through her extensive work across various states and her specialist training completed entirely in rural areas.

With a deep commitment to patient care, Aida's professional interests span across preventative health, chronic disease management, paediatrics, and women's health. Her approach to medicine is evidence based but also focusing on the well-being of her patients through every stage of life. Inspired by her own GP during her formative years, Aida understands the importance of having a trusted healthcare provider who can offer continuous support through both the good times and the challenging ones.

Aida balances her professional life with a vibrant personal one with a young family. She is an avid animal lover, with a special affection for dogs, and enjoys the lively company of her two rambunctious Cairn Terriers at home.

Dr Dyne Correa

BMBS, FRACGP, Dip. Children's Health

Originally from the United States, Dr Dyne Correa as a child always wanted to visit Australia. When she finally made it to Australia, she fell in love with the country and decided to stay. She gained her Bachelor’s degree at Florida State University before studying Medicine at Flinders University in South Australia.

Dr Correa has been practicing from our rural practice, Clare Medical Centre since 2010. She has also recently joined the team at Health on Kensington and mainly conducts Saturday morning clinics. Her medical interests include paediatrics, adolescents, women’s health, mental health, preventative medicine and weight management.

In her spare time, Dyne enjoys travelling and spending time with her two boys. She is famous for her giggle, which you can’t help but smile when you hear it. Her friendly demeanour and down to earth nature means she is always a pleasure to be around. Her secret talent, is her extensive knowledge of pop culture – you definitely want her on your quiz team!


Meg MacDonald

Practice Nurse

As a highly accomplished and experienced Registered Nurse, Meg comes to Health on Kensington from our rural partner Clare Medical Centre, where she worked for 15 years. She was appointed as the Senior Practice Nurse, which involved leading Clare Medical Centre’s team of several nurses, in addition to providing her extensive nursing skills.

Meg is experienced in chronic disease management, wound care, childhood and adult immunisations, travel vaccinations, cardiac rehab, and more. Meg’s warm and welcoming nature is a real asset to the Health on Kensington team.


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