Dr Ayman Sharab sees patients in:

Devonport Wenvoe St

Devonport Wenvoe St

8 Wenvoe Street
Devonport TAS 7310

Opening hours

Open Today 09:00 - 11:30

Mon: 08:30 - 18:30

Tue: 08:30 - 18:30

Wed: 08:30 - 18:30

Thu: 08:30 - 18:30

Fri: 08:30 - 18:00

Sat: 09:00 - 11:30

Sun: Closed

Dr Ayman Sharab

Dr Ayman Sharab earned his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Karachi University. He went on to continue his studies at Curtin University, where he earned a Master of Medical Imaging Science. Dr Ayman is an accredited Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) and Medical Examiner with Antarctica Medical. He is also an accredited Yellow Fever vaccine provider.

After completion of hisscholarship of medicine at Karachi University in 2001, Dr Ayman spent his first medical career years practising in the United Arab Emirates. In 2004 he started his Australian journey in Perth where he completed a Master of Medical Imaging Science at Curtin University. His Tasmanian journey started in North West Tasmania at the North West Regional Hospital in 2010 and he continues to play an active role in the community of what he calls “the most beautiful state”. He become a member of SmartClinic’s family (previously Devonport GP Superclinic) in 2012.

As an accredited medical examiner/assessor with a special interest in Occupational health and safety, Ayman regularly performs AMSA, Antarctica and employment medicals. He continues to support, treat and manage patients during recovery after work-related injury to ensure optimal recovery aiming to return safely to their pre-injury normal life activities and work duties.

Born in Egypt, Ayman is an avid soccer fan and enjoys both tennis and table tennis. He loves Formula 1, particularly when Daniel Ricciardo is driving.

Doctor FAQs

I enjoy soccer, table tennis, tennis and enjoy watching Formula 1, especially if Dani is driving.

I like being able to provide extended care to my patients’ families and implementing preventative and long term care.

You should always “Slip Slop Slap”.

I place a lot of value in reducing the risk of disease by providing up to date evidence-based care in preventative medicine and promoting a healthy lifestyle especially in the fields of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer.

Have your flu shot and stay active.

I encourage all my patients to ask “Do I need this drug, Doc?”

As a GP, I am so privileged and humbled by being a daily part of the life of so many families, over the years sharing so many special moments of their life, memories of the first baby, recovering from serious illness or injury, achieving goals, first job, first cruise, first overseas trip, beating depression, etc. The most recent special memory was when one of my patient’s little girl brought a drawing she did while in the waiting room. It was of her and me holding balloons, which sometimes I give to my little visiting children. I was so touched about how she feels about her visit to the doctor.