About Us
The Clinic

Founded in 2018, Cannabis Access Clinics is Australia's first specialist medicinal cannabis clinical practice. Our goal is to help quickly and efficiently assess the suitability of patients for access to medicinal cannabis under Australian federal and state regulatory frameworks, and support the application process for suitable patients.

Our specialised medicinal cannabis healthcare professionals work with network doctors to manage the application to prescribe and the ongoing monitoring of patients.

Our Team
Our team is based in Sydney and consists of the following key people:
Dr Sanjay Nijhawan
Dr Sanjay is a Director and part owner of Specialist Medical Services (Australia) Pty Ltd, helping manage East Sydney Private Hospital, Sussex street Day Surgery, George Street Eye Centre, Sydney CBD X-Ray, Cardiology group and Sydney Orthopaedics. He was the previous Head of Clinical Development at Primary Healthcare Pty Ltd a top ASX listed company . Earlier in his career Dr Sanjay was the medical director and practice principal at a number of medical practices around Australia.
Resham Tolani
Pharmacist BSc (Pharmalogy), MPharm.
Resham completed a Bachelor of Science (Pharmacology) in 2008 at the University of Sydney followed by a Masters of Pharmacy at Murdoch University in 2011. Resham commenced her professional career working in community pharmacies where she gained significant skills and experience providing support to people with a wide range of health issues. She also went on to manage her own pharmacy. It was during this time Resham developed a keen interest in Medicinal Cannabis and the associated health benefits. Since joining Cannabis Access Clinics, Resham has deepened her understanding of the Australian medicinal cannabis industry. Resham’s Cannabis Access Clinics role is to assist with the patient journey process, doctor engagement and submissions to both TGA and State authorities.
Dr Janelle Trees
BSc (Hons), MBBS (Hons)
Dr. Janelle Trees is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice. She has a Bachelor of Medicine and Master of Surgery (with Honours) degree from the University of Sydney; a Bachelor of Science, with First Class Honours in the History and Philosophy of Science from UNSW and a Diploma of Applied Science in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture. She is registered as an acupuncturist (as well as a Specialist GP) with AHPRA. She has professional interests in Indigenous Health, Emergency Medicine, Palliative Care and Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Janelle grew up near Sydney's Royal National Park. She has spent the last six years living and working in remote places, notably the Central Australian desert and Tonga. Janelle is a descendant of the Thungutti clan from the New England region of New South Wales. She lives and travels with her wife Claudia. She enjoys writing, reading books and meandering when she is not working.
Dr Gull Herzberg
Gull is a GP who has been working as an Integrative Medical Practitioner for over 15 years. He has always been keen to explore investigative and therapeutic avenues complementary to those regularly used by his medical colleagues. This has led him to include Tick Borne Disease, Biobalance and Gut Biome paradigms into his work, to name a few. His focus on the needs of the people who consult with him has always been paramount. In the past few years, medical cannabis has, of course, been making its way to the forefront of possible treatment options, in particular for those with chronic and complex illnesses, with symptoms which have not been effectively managed through a conventional medical approach. He is exasperated by the technical and bureaucratic hurdles involved in legally accessing medical cannabis in Australia. Gull gained his Bachelor of Science with honours at the University of Western Australia, and his medical degree At the University of Sydney. He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He has lived in many countries, has worked in a wide variety of occupations and counts himself a very lucky man.
Emilio Dominguez
Clinical Administration
Originally from Barcelona, Spain. Emilio Dominguez moved to Sydney in 2015. Emilio completed Business School in Information Technology 2010 and works as a practice assistant at Cannabis Access Clinics, supporting the activities of our healthcare practitioners. Emilio is engaged in various community events, and he enjoys competing in sporting activities such as marathons (2016- 2017 Sydney) and MS Sydney to Gong 2016.