Welcome to Oasis Integrative Medicine. We are pleased you have chosen us to be able to help you manage whichever health and wellness issues you have. Oasis IM is a medical practice specialised in the comprehensive and integrative use of both orthodox and complementary medicine, utilising a highly regarded and very experienced multidisciplinary team of health professionals which cover all aspects of health and wellness management.

Oasis Integrative Medicine was established as a practise by Dr Jonathan Turtle in November 2017 and has been joined by our team of allied health professionals during the middle of 2018.

Dr Turtle began practice as a General Practitioner in Canberra in 1982. Very soon it became clear to Dr Turtle that the pharmaceutically centred orthodox medical model, while incredibly valuable in insights and treatment for many conditions, especially in acute conditions, had significant limitations for many others, especially chronic medical conditions. Undertaking a continual process of further study into Nutritional and Environmental medicine and the nature and management of chronic disease, Dr Turtle attained a Fellowship of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine in 1986.

Creating a similar team of multidisciplinary practitioners, Dr Turtle directed Canberra’s premier practice of integrative medicine for over 20 years, until in 2012 he moved to Sydney. In Sydney Dr Turtle initially worked for existing practices including Pymble Grove Health Centre and Avenue Rd Medical Practice.

In 2016 he returned to directing his own practice, and in November 2017 setup Oasis Integrative Medicine to develop a co-ordinated multidisciplinary team of allied health professionals in order to provide a centre of excellence in the diagnosis and management of chronic health problems.


The new practice is in the heart of Mosman in a lovely Federation home located across from the Alan Border Oval, next door to the Mosman Art Gallery and a few doors down from the Fourth Village Providore. There is ample free parking close by in the large council car park at the top of Vista St, and it is often possible to find parking on the surrounding streets for up to 2 hours.

it is a short walk from the Spit Junction public transport hub. Many buses pass here including the B1 which leaves Wynyard every 5 minutes or so. There is disabled and stroller access on the side entrance to the rooms and Disabled parking very close on Art Gallery Way.