About Dr George Nicola


About Dr George Nicola

MBBCh, Dip Phleb, Cert Health Sci (Ultrasound)

Dr George Nicola graduated from medical school and progressed to postgraduate training in medicine and surgery at various hospitals in NSW and overseas. He joined the College of General Practitioners and successfully completed the formal training as a General Practitioner when he gained the fellowship of the college in 1998.

Soon after, he founded Ashton Medical Practice in Rockdale, and for the following 10 years has worked tirelessly on the general health issues of the local community, gaining their respect and achieving a reputation as a caring and competent primary healthcare physician.

While still working as a GP, he developed a special interest in phlebology; the medicine of treating veins. He joined the Australasian College of Phlebology in 2008 and gained a graduate certificate in sclerotherapy. During that time, Dr George Nicola also developed competency in performing and interpreting Doppler ultrasound examination, which is necessary for the diagnosis and ongoing successful treatment of many venous diseases. He successfully completed a graduate certificate of health science in ultrasound from Charles Sturt University and a certificate of ultrasound in Phlebology. In addition, Dr George Nicola completed a Post Graduate Diploma of Procedural Phlebology. This highly specialist training has enabled Dr. Nicola to become an expert in the field of phlebology and perform procedures such as Endovascular Laser Ablation (EVLA), Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy (UGS) and Microsclerotherapy.


Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Fellow of the College of General Practitioners
Graduate Certificate of the Sclerotherapy
Graduate Diploma of Procedural Phlebology (ACP)
Graduate Certificate of Health Science (Ultrasound)
Graduate Certificate of Ultrasound (Phlebology)

Professional membership:

Australasian College of Phlebology (ACP)
American College of Phlebology
ANZ Society of Phlebology
Australian Medical Association
Australian College of General Practitioners.


Reading – Anything from politics, current affairs, humanities especially history.
Sports – He is an avid follower (at times player, whenever there is a chance) of soccer; both Australian and international.