Australian Register of Homoeopaths Ltd

Board Members 2023- 2024

Ketaki Gadgil (President) - HERA, contact email: 

Lee Formica (Treasurer) - AHA

Ilma Hynson - AHA

Qamar Mahmood - AHA

Aamir Tanweer - AAPH

Ketaki Gadgil (President) - HERA


Lee Formica - AHA

Lee Formica is an ARoH registered homeopath living and working on Gumbaynggirr Country in Bellingen on the NSW mid-north coast. Having graduated from Nature Care College Sydney in 2009, Lee continues to be grateful for the breadth and depth of the Australian homeopathic education available at that time ,and has built on that foundation through clinical practice, continuing professional development, post graduate mentoring, and additional studies in Complementary Medicine. With a background in Social Work Practice, her current studies include a Masters degree in Counselling through the University of New England which underscores her special interest in what she considers a potent symbiosis between homeopathy and holistic counselling practice. Lee is an online lecturer in Homeopathy at Endeavour College of Natural Health.

Elected as an AHA nominated ARoH Board member for 2023, Lee hopes to offer an enthusiastic contribution to support ARoH’s endeavours in maintaining and improving the quality of homeopathic healthcare in Australia.

Lee Formica BSW (UNSW) BHlthSci(ComplMed) (CSU) GradCertMentalHlthPrac (UNE)

Qamar Mahmood - AHA

Qamar Mahmood currently resides in Melbourne, Australia, where he practices homeopathy full-time. He is a board member of the Australian Register of Homoeopaths (AROH) and also a professional member of the Australian Homoeopathic Association.

Qamar holds a B.Sc (Hons) in Homoeopathy from the University of Central Lancashire (2005), and has accreditations from the Royal Society of Health (UK) and the Society of Homeopaths (UK).

He also holds an M.D in Alternative Medicine from International University for Complementary Medicine, Colombo, Sri Lanka - Pakistan Campus (1997) where he topped as gold medalist in clinical work.

Born in 1971, Qamar received his primary and secondary education in Karachi, Pakistan. He earned his D.H.M.S in 1994 from Pakistan Central Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Karachi. Following his father's death, he along with his elder brother took over Mansoora Homoeo Clinic. He went on to earn an M.Sc in Microbiology from the University of Karachi, Pakistan (1995).

From 1998 to 2009, he was a full-time faculty member at Pakistan Central Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital. He was also instrumental in setting up Imrooz Institute of Homeopathy (IIH) in Karachi in 2011, and continues to advise the team and consult for IIH patients.

Qamar is passionate about learning and strives for continuous development and improvement, for which he actively participates in conferences, seminars and workshops in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, England and Australia.

Ilma Hynson - AHA

Aamir Tanweer - AAPH

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