We are your multidisciplinary team of nurses, doctors, and administrators. Together, we aim to provide you with healthcare that is tailored to your needs, in an environment that is caring, safe, and welcoming.
Interested in becoming part of the team? Contact us!
Dr Robert Campbell Medical Director
I enjoy the variety that comes from General Practice. No two days are ever the same. I have specific interest in preventative health, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and men's health in general. I want to help people to help themselves.
Personal interests include rugby union (Go Melbourne Rebels!), walking, and keeping fit.
Patients find me approachable and will warm to my sense of humour.
Dr Jane Gall
I have been privileged to be involved in patient care for 35 years. I have a belief in holistic, patient-centred care, considering all aspects of health and the "art "of medicine rather than just the treatment of disease. I have always enjoyed the variety of general practice. I have developed specific interest in women's health, mental health, palliative care and aged care. Teaching medical students gives me pleasure as well as energy and learning.
With family still based in Scotland, I do spend some time back visiting and the rest of my free time I am enjoying exploring Australia as well as being involved in local tennis and cycling - in a relaxed fashion!
Dr Sanjeewa Hewavitharana (Hewa)
Dr Sanjeewa joined the practice as a GP registrar - a fully qualified doctor wishing to become a specialist general practitioner. To do this, Dr Sanjeewa moved to Shepparton with his young family.
Dr Alwin Hoelzl
I have very recently joined the practice. Before coming to Australia, I worked in remote areas on the Isle of Arran in Scotland for 7 years and have been with the lifeboat there as crew and doctor on board. For my doctorate, I have done research on sepsis in Germany. I am a GP at heart but have also worked extensively in elderly care, accident and emergency and pre-hospital medicine.
Dr Elizabeth Kennedy
I am interested in people and their story. I love listening and trying to get to the root of the problem. My specific interests are Women's Health, Sexual Health and Mental Health.
Interests outside medicine are reading, being with friends and family and travelling.
Dr Munis Letchumanan
I am interested in general practice due to the wide scope of practice and the ability to promote public health and primary prevention. I have recently completed a course that allows me to prescribe hepatitis C treatment in the community. I have a specific interest in adult medicine generally and love being involved in teaching.
Dr Gwendolyn Liow
Dr Gwendolyn completed her Bachelor of Medicine, Surgery and Biomedical Science from The University of Melbourne in 2013. She has completed 2 years of postgraduate training in Goulburn Valley Health and has a keen interest in Women's and Children's Health as well as Dermatology. In 2016, Dr Gwendolyn successfully completed a Diploma in Gynaecology and Obstetrics. Apart from Medicine, she is also a certified Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor and enjoys all kinds of sports and outdoor activities.
|Dr Lwin Maung|
Dr Edmund Siauw
I believe in working together with my patients and their carers to achieve their optimum health - this usually involves more than just medicine. I also aim to practice using only evidence-based approaches.
My specific interests are preventative medicine particularly cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. I have recently commenced a certificate course in skin cancer medicine through the Skin Cancer College of Australasia. I am trained in the use of dermoscopy to look for skin cancer and I am happy to perform skin checks and minor surgery when appropriate.
I also enjoy talking with my patients about exotic food, soccer and travel!
Dr Jon Teo
I decided on general practice as it allows me to get to know a little more of my patient each time they come in and this makes patient-centred care that much more meaningful and memorable.
After completing my medical degree at the University of Melbourne, I undertook my internship at the Northern Hospital in Melbourne before moving to Shepparton to complete my resident year at Goulburn Valley Health in the Department of Paediatrics as well as the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. In 2016, I successfully completed a Diploma in Gynaecology and Obstetrics.
I'm proud to be the first medical student from Shepparton Medical Centre to return as a GP registrar.
Dr Derek Wooff
I am interested in general practice because I can get to know and treat people in a comprehensive, patient focussed, caring way - a chance to help people no matter what their problems are. I feel that being a GP is a good way to be part of and contribute to the wider community.
My specific interests include working with older people and children, as well as people living with chronic diseases including asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and diabetes. I am skilled at using neuro-linguistic programming and hypnotherapy to help people change their health-related behaviours and phobias.
When I am not seeing patients, I enjoy spending time with my family, tennis, skiing, sailing, cinema, cooking, dining out, and live comedy.
|Ms Allyson Callaghan|
Practice Nurse (registered nurse)
Ms Gaynor Hobijn
I love working in General practice for the variety of patients that we see and hopefully help. It gives me a lot of satisfaction when I have helped clients with preventative health, or when parents are relieved because their child's immunisation was less traumatic than they imagined. I enjoy working with other nurses and doctors and love the input that we can have in the care of clients.
From pregnancy to the end of life, I just enjoy helping people and making a difference in a positive way.
I enjoy going to the gym - practicing what I preach! Love spending time with my family and friends, especially coffee catch ups.
Ms Jane Rinaldi
I have had the privilege of working as a nurse for over 35 years. I have worked in a variety of settings, including hospital, community health, rural and remote areas, and general practice.
My background is midwifery/lactation consultancy. My role now in general practice is preventative health care across all ages. A current focus is diabetes prevention and management – working to improve diabetes outcomes through building self management skills in our clients. I believe in living well with chronic illness.
Ms Jan Wallace
I have been a nurse in general practice for 15 years. I love the diversity of skills required in general practice - so different from working on the wards!
I am passionate about immunisation, wound care, healthy lifestyle and QUIT counselling.
My personal interests revolve around my family, travel and reading.
|Ms Fran Smullen|
Mental Health Social Worker
|Mr Cameron Phillips|
|Mr Cameron McGregor|
|Visiting Specialist Physicians|
|Dr Tom Schulz|
Infectious Diseases Physician
|Dr David Prentice|
|Dr Joseph Saji|
|Ms Karah Bothwell|
|Ms Jill Davis|
|Ms Alison McConkey|
Admin Team Leader
|Ms Narelle Parker|
|Ms Suzanne Sherry|
|Ms Robyn Sutton|
|Ms Joanne Kinder|
Interim Executive Director
Together, we strive to deliver excellent care: