About The Doctors

Dr Beata Zatorska

Dr Beata Zatorska graduated from Sydney University in 1989 and completed her internship at Royal North Shore and Gosford Hospitals. She gained further hospital experience at Hornsby, Nerringa and Prince Henry Hospitals and the Prince of Wales Children’s Hospital.


Beata joined the family medicine program in 1990 working in several General Practices around Sydney and completing her rural practice training at Alstonville in Northern NSW. In 1994 she qualified as a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners. 


In 1995 she established the Miller Avenue Medical Practice, which moved to its present address in December 2003. Beata speaks Polish as well as English. Her special interests include paediatrics, women’s health, geriatric medicine, antenatal care, obstetrics and counselling.

Dr Petre Razvan

Dr Petre Razvan was born in Bucharest, Romania. After graduating from the Institute of Medicine and Pharmacy in 1970 he worked as a country GP. In 1975, together with his wife and daughter, he left Romania for Israel where he worked as a Junior orthopaedic Registrar in a government hospital.


He arrived in Australia in 1977 and after working in Liverpool District Hospital and passing his Medical Board examinations he opened his practice in Ashfield in 1980. In September 2013 he joined Dr Beata Zatorska in Miller Avenue Medical Practice.


Petre speaks Romanian as well as English. He has special interests in cardiology, lung disease, lumbar spine pathology and urology. His hobbies include opera, classical music and history.

Dr Ravan has retired and is no longer working at this practice. His former patients are welcome to register with Dr Beata or call us if you need to find another GP close to you.