Dr. A. M. Asham (MBBS FRACGP)
Dr. A. M. Asham graduated from Medical School in 1992. He then went on to gain a Masters degree in Cardiology in 2000. He has worked at both the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Box Hill Hospital, as well as several general practice clinics across Victoria. As a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Dr Asham brings a solid base of knowledge and experience to this practice. His medical interests include chronic disease management, cardiovascular care, and diabetes and he speaks fluent Arabic and French
Dr Asham currently chairs the Cardiology network at the Royal College of General Practitioners (RACGPSI Cardiology), where he is also an examiner . He is a research investigator at Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute and is also collaborating with the National Heart Foundation in Cardiovascular Risk Assessment.
Dr. C. K. NG (MBBS)
Dr C. King Ng graduated from Monash University in 1967. He worked at Western Hospital for 2 years, and did postgraduate training in Orthopedics at Royal Melbourne Hospital, followed by Anesthetics and Psychiatry with the Family Medicine Program. He has been in General Practice since 1980 and speaks fluent Cantonese and Malay. His medical interests include paediatrics, geriatrics, and family medicine.
Dr. Ng is available on weekdays, excluding Wednesdays.
Dr Dev Hewawithana (MBBS FRACGP)
Dr Dev Hewawithana graduated from the University of Colombo in 1997. He is an experienced general practitioner who brings a solid base of knowledge to our practice. He worked in Mount Gambier hospital for two years before starting as a general practitioner in Rural Victoria in 2010. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and his medical interests include general medicine, chronic disease management, and men's health. He also performs skin lesion excision and other minor surgical procedures.
Dr Hewawithana is available from Monday to Saturday.
Dr Roya Gorji (MBBS FRACGP)
Dr Gorji has been working as a GP in Melbourne with more than 10 years of experience in General Practice. Her special interests include, but are not limited to, women’s and children’s health, travel medicine, chronic disease management, and minor surgical procedures.
She also has a special interest in Dermatology and skin diseases, including skin cancer, and has undertaken further studies related to this.
Dr Touraj Oveisi (MBBS FRACGP)
Dr Oveisi graduated from Tehran University in 2000. He has been working in Australia since 2014, and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
He has undertaken further studies related to skin cancer.
His medical interests includes skin cancer and skin procedures, as well as musculoskeletal diseases, diabetes, and work cover cases.
He is available at the surgery from Sunday to Thursday. He speaks fluent Persian (Farsi) and enjoys swimming, chess and music in his occasional spare time.
Dr Yadanar Thwe (MBBS, FRACGP)
Dr Yadanar Thwe is an Australian-based health professional and fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She migrated to Australia after working as a GP for over 12 years throughout Jamaica and Myanmar. Dr Thwe has extensive experience in all facets of medical procedures and is highly capable of managing a variety of cases.
Her special interests include women's health, children's health, chronic disease management, mental health, emergency medicine, sexual health and travel medicine.
Dr Thwe speaks Burmese in addition to English, and enjoys helping her patients to achieve their health goals.
She is available during the week and on weekends in a full time capacity.
Dr Amir Hanna (MBBS, FRACGP )
Dr Hanna is an experienced General practitioner and has vast experience of many years . His special interest is in Surgical Procedures and Cardiology . He also has interests in Paediatrics and diabetics general medicine .
Dr Hanna speaks fluent Arabic and is available on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Dr Bridget Lawler (MD)Bridget graduated from Deakin University in 2016. After enjoying rural, seaside training down the Great Ocean Road, she has now settled and thrives in Melbourne’s bustling inner north. She has lived and worked in a range of communities across Western Australia, Northern Territory, North Queensland and rural Victoria as well as within metropolitan Melbourne Hospitals. She has completed her Diploma of Children’s Health, and Obstetrics and Gynaecology and is trained in IUD insertion and provision of medical terminations. Her key interests areas are Women’s, Sexual and LGBTIQ+ population health. In her spare time, you will find Bridget chasing the sunshine on a trail run, taking a board out for a SUP or surf, or hopping between new café, bar or restaurant hot spots.
Dr Veronica Malek (MD)
Dr Veronica Malek grew up in Melbourne and graduated from Bond University, Queensland in 2017.