Dr Dora Hu
BSC (Hons), MBBS, FRACGP, DCH
Dr Dora Hu graduated from Medical School at The University of Melbourne and has worked in several public hospitals in Victoria before embarking on specialty training in General Practice. Prior to medicine, she graduated from Biomedical Science with Honours at The University of Auckland and worked in Public Health sector as a research scientist. She enjoys all facets of General Practice and can speak fluent Mandarin Chinese. Through her experience working at Dermatology Department at St Vincent’s Hospital, she developed a special interest in dermatology and can perform skin check as well as minor procedures. She particularly enjoys looking after children and the growing family including conducting 6 week check for mom and bub. She obtained the Diploma in Child Health through The University of Sydney and attended Newborn Behaviour Observation Training at Royal Women Hospital. She strives to provide compassionate, holistic and up-to-date care for the LGBT community including prescribing Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). She is a keen traveller with visits to 30+ countries and enjoys ensuring her patients are well prepared before their travels.
Dr Sarajane Ting
MBBS (Hons), BMedSc, FRACGP, DCH
Dr Sarajane Ting is a specialist recognised general practitioner with special interests in dermatology (skin conditions), women’s health and preventative medicine. She completed her medical degree with Honours at The University of Melbourne before embarking on specialty training in General Practice. During her medical degree, she also spent one year at The University of Oxford (UK). She strives to provide the highest standard of care to her patients, and as such holds a Diploma in Child Health, as well as currently undertaking the Professional Diploma of General Dermatology. Sarajane is qualified to perform minor procedures including skin biopsies, skin excisions, freezing of skin lesions, shoulder injections and Implanon insertion and removal. Sarajane also enjoys caring for children through to adults, conducting thorough 6 week newborn checks as well as encouraging timely preventative care for her adult patients such as Pap smears, mammograms and bowel cancer screening. Sarajane’s approach to medicine focuses on building long-term therapeutic relationships and always putting her patients’ best interests first. Sarajane is available to consult Monday to Friday.
Dr Michael Lum
MB BS, DipRACOG
Dr Michael Lum graduated from Monash University in 1983 and has been a General Practitioner for over 22 years and enjoys the full breadth of general practice. Special interests include student health, sports injuries, and travel medicine. Additionally he has expertise in Q fever testing and immunisation. He acquired a Diploma of Obstetrics in 1987 after working at Royal Women’s Hospital. Michael worked for 12 years at Student Health Services at University of Melbourne, Monash University and La Trobe University. Michael has a wide and diverse experience of general practice.
Dr Jenny Conway
MB BS, DRANZCOG, GDipAppSci, FRACGP
Dr Jenny Conway graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1988. She has worked for many years in rural and remote General Practice providing cradle to grave care to families in the Yarra Valley, Tasmania and north west Victoria. She holds a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and is accredited to provide antenatal care with the Royal Women’s Hospital/Mercy Health. Her other special interests include Youth mental health and she is currently engaged in a Masters Of Medicine at the University of Melbourne regarding management of Eating Disorders. She has taught medical students, supervised GP Registrars and been an Examiner for the RACGP as well as being a GP Consultant with Eating Disorders Victoria. Other medical interests include skin cancer diagnosis and management including procedural work.
Dr Mark Seychell
MB BS, FRACGO, ACCAM
Dr Mark Seychell graduated in 1986 from Monash University. He obtained his Fellowship in General Practice in 1993 and a Certificate in Civil Aviation Medicine from Monash University in 2000. He has worked in a variety of General Practices, including St Vincent’s Staff Health for 13 years, particularly in the inner North. He enjoys the general practice in its broadest sense. Mark is married with twins in their late teens, lives in the inner city and is a keen runner.
Associate Professor Ralph Audehm
MB BS, DipRACOG
Ralph Audehm is a general practitioner who graduated from Melbourne University in 1984 and has worked for over 25 years in general practice. He is experienced in managing all types of patients. He obtained a Diploma from the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 1987 and is an Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at the Department of General Practice, University of Melbourne. He has had a long-standing interest in the management of chronic conditions in General Practice especially diabetes and heart disease. He enjoys teaching medical students, GP registrars and General Practitioners.
Dr Marie Spiroulias
MB BS, FRACGP, CSCT
Dr Marie Spiroulias is Adelaide born and graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1993. She has been a working as a General Practitioner in Albert Park for the past 11 years. Marie has a particular interest in women’s and children’s health. She is accredited for shared obstetric antenatal care with the Royal Women’s, the Mercy and the Western Hospitals.
Dr Brooke Anderson
MB BS, FRACGP
Dr Brooke Anderson graduated from University of Melbourne in 2000. She is a General Practitioner in the true sense of the title. She has experience in student well-being, women’s health, sexual health and mental health. She enjoys all the many and varied presentations of day-to-day General Practice.
Dr Austin Chow
MB BS, FRACGP
Dr Austin Chow was raised in Brisbane and obtained his medical degree at the University of Queensland. He worked at the Royal Brisbane Hospital acquiring a broad variety of medical knowledge and followed this with further training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology at Logan Hospital. Dr Chow’s wide breadth of training has given him a strong basis for working in General Practice. He welcomes all types of patients and enjoys the day-to-day interactions with people.