The Central Sydney GP Network (CSGPN) Board consists of four directors elected by Ordinary Members of CSGPN, and up to two persons appointed by the Elected Directors.

The Board consists of the following Elected directors:

Dr Margot Woods


Margot has been a GP in the inner west of Sydney for nearly 20 years and ran a multidisciplinary practice in Rozelle which she established. She joined Central Sydney GP Network Board in early 2015 and she is furthering her education in Board management. Part of this involves strategic planning and she has been developing a new strategic plan for the Network and she hopes that this will lead us for the next few years following the changes moving from the Medicare Local to the PHN. She enjoys learning as a Clinical Editor on HealthPathways Sydney and enjoys the team work. She has a passion for quality improvement and has been involved with the Improvement Foundation and the Collaboratives Movement. Teaching medical students keeps her on her toes.

In 2016 Margot started work at the University of Notre Dame as Discipline Lead in General Practice which has been challenging but valuable and she likes to think she is helping build the next generation of GPs by showing them how rewarding being a General Practitioner can be. She is a passionate believer in general practice being the centre of the patient’s health journey and that keeping Central Sydney GP Network strong we can represent our colleagues at many levels, particularly being the largest GP group in the Central and Eastern Sydney PHN.

Dr Hester Wilson


Dr Hester Wilson is a fellow of RACGP and fellow of the Chapter of Addiction Medicine within the RACP. She completed a masters in mental health in 2013. She has worked in primary care settings for over 25 years and has a special interest in women’s health, sexual health, mental health, behaviour change, addiction medicine and providing care for people with chronic complex issues. As well as working at Alice St General Practice she works in SESLHD as a staff specialist in addiction. She is the chair of the RACGPSI in addiction group. She has been on a number of committees promoting and highlighting the needs of GPs. She is a clinical advisor to the ACI Outcomes team. She was a board member for Jarrah House, a drug and alcohol NGO providing inpatient detoxification and rehabilitation for women. She has completed training for company directors through the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She is keen to ensure that the voices of GPs, needs and concerns, continue to be addressed by CESPHN.

Dr Amy Nguyen


Amy started working in the Central Sydney GP Network area in 2015 as a registrar and joined the Board in 2019. She has continued to practice in Canada Bay where she enjoys providing care to a variety of patients.

General Practice is evolving and becoming more complex, Amy believes we need to connect with our colleagues as we navigate the future. By working together we can make changes for our communities. Amy is aware of the challenges faced by new fellows and hopes Central Sydney GP Network can reach our new colleagues and support them. Amy enjoys teaching and works a medical educator of GP registrars.

Dr Javier Camargo

Javier has been a full time GP in Sydney’s Inner West since 2014.

Javier graduated from the University of Queensland in 2010 and completed his post-graduate training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and the Royal Children’s Hospital, Brisbane. He also holds a degree in Pharmacy and has practiced as a pharmacist before completing his medical degree.
Javier has undertaken additional training in children’s health at Sydney Children’s Hospital and in women’s health at the Royal Women’s Hospital.
Javier enjoys all aspects of general practice and in caring for men and women of all ages. He has particular interest in Child health, Men’s health, Travel medicine, LGBTQI health, mental health, sexual health and Hepatitis C management.

Javier joined the Central Sydney GP network in late 2018 after completing the foundations course in directorship at the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is keen to use his board appointment as a platform to champion the concerns of GPs in his surrounding network and to advocate for them and liaise with other organisations at different levels to ensure that the concerns of general practitioners is effectively advocated in the delivery of healthcare and to achieve quality general practice which is central to patient care.