Dr. Fouad Dawood graduated from Flinders University in 1995 and completed his internship and residency in Adelaide, South Australia. Dr. F Dawood worked in the Australian Army till 2000. Dr.F Dawood joined Hill Medical Services in 2001. He obtained his fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2001.
Fouad is passionate about teaching and sharing his knowledge with regstrars and medical students. He is an Accredited supervisor with VMA, Melbourne University and Monash University. He provides excellent health care to his patients.
He has special interests in: skin cancer medicine, emergency medicine, chronic disease managment, youth health and general medicine.
Fouad works at Hill Medical Services Monday to Friday, and is fluent in English and Arabic.
Dr. Tereza Ghaly graduated from AIN-Shams University in 1989. Dr.Ghaly completed her Master Degree in Dermatology. Dr. T Ghaly came to Australia in 1995 and passed her AMC in 1998. In 2000 she completed her Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and received her fellowship in 2003. Dr. Ghaly joined Hill Medical Services in August 2005.
Tereza is also involved in teaching the next generation of GPs and medical students. Tereza is an accredited supervisor with VMA, Monash and Melbourne Universities.
She has special interests in antenatal care and dermatology with extra qualifications in these areas.
Tereza is fluent in english and Arabic.
Tereza works weekedays, excluding Wednesdays, and some Saturdays.
Dr David Lee has returned to Hill Medical Services after completing his GP training. David has interests in refugee health, youth health and chronic disease management. He works closely with Dr Fouad Dawood and Dr Tereza Ghaly and sees their patients when they are unavailable.
David is also involved in training the next generation of doctors and supervises medical students from both Melbourne University and Monash University.
David works Monday-Fridays and some Saturdays.
My name is Dr. Kishara Galappatthi, but you can call me Dr. Kish.
I graduated with my medical degree from The University of Adelaide. I am originally from Sri Lanka, but I have completed all of my schooling and study in Australia, and grew up here.
I have worked in South Australia and Victoria, both in hospitals and clinics, and have worked in regional and metropolitan locations. I enjoy and am confident in seeing all types of medical problems, and I have particularly experience and interests in chronic disease management, mental health problems, skin and dermatological problems, paediatrics (children's health), and men's health issues.
In my spare time I like to stay up to date with my medical knowledge, but I am also a lover of sci-fi/fantasy books and movies, exploring the parks and trails in Victoria and particularly the Dandenong ranges, and playing board-games - often pulling my wife and friends into a nice long games session.
I'd love to see you to help you out with any problems, so come down and let's have a chat.
I graduated from Monash University in 2009 and completed further training at Monash Health before obtaining my fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2015. I enjoy working in General Practice for the variety of medicine, continuity of care and a its strong focus on preventative care. I have a particular interest in child and adolescent health having completed my Diploma of Child Health through the University of Westmead in 2014 and women's health.
I am able to speak fluent Cantonese.
When I'm not working, I enjoy cooking and spending time outdoors away from the hustle and bustle with my family.
Carmen works weekdays and some Saturdays.
Carmen Yau will be on maternity leave from around mid-July 2019.
Dr Nina graduated with her medical degree from Monash University in 2012, and has returned to Hill Medical Services after attaining her fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She holds a Diploma of Child Health through the University of Westmead, as well as a Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health through Family Planning Alliance Australia.
Prior to choosing a career in General Practice, Nina worked in various metropolitan hospitals throughout Melbourne, and has a broad range of experiences across the fields of general medicine, paediatric medicine, geriatric medicine and palliative care; managing patients from all walks of life.
Nina enjoys all aspects of General Practice, with a particular interest in child and adolescent health, women’s health, sexual health (including Implanon insertion/removals) and travel medicine.
She can speak conversational Mandarin and Cantonese.
Outside of work, Nina enjoys travelling – especially hiking and spending time in the great outdoors, as well as down time doing yoga or reading a good book.
Nina works at Hill Medical Services on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays and some Saturdays.
Dr Ivan Ng has special interests in acupuncture and also musculo-skeletal problems including TAC and Workcover patients.
Ivan is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Ivan works at Hill Medical Services- Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
Dr Alyson Kelly graduated the University of Melbourne in 2009, having previously studied biomedical science, humanities and working as a personal carer. After 3 years with Southern Health she began training to be a GP which she thoroughly enjoys. I am particularly interested in chronic disease management, mental health and womens health but one of the joys of general practice is the great variety of people and conditions that I get to meet, treat and learn more about. I am also a mum to three young boys, so that keeps me on my toes.
Dr Alyson works at Hill Medical Services on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and some Saturdays.
Alyson will be taking maternity leave from mid-May 2019 and aims to return to Hill Medical Services around April 2020.
Dr Mary-Ann Boulos has returned to Hill Medical Services permanently after completing her training requirements and obtaining her fellowship with the RACGP. Mary-Ann has a passion for teaching and helping people, she currently works at Monsh University one day a week as well.
Mary-Ann works at Hill Medical Services Monday, Thursday and Friday mornings and on some Saturday mornings.
Dr Kelvin Chang grew up in Melbourne and studied medicine at Monash University, where he graduated with honours. He worked as a junior doctor in a number of specialties at Monash Health, before choosing to pursue a career in general practice.
Kelvin lives in the local area with his young family, and loves the diverse, rich cultures that this community offers. He enjoys working with patients from international backgrounds, especially refugees or recent migrants.
Kelvin works at Hill Medical Services Monday, Wednesday, Fridays and some Saturday mornings.
Dr Samantha Harris grew up in country Victoria before moving to Melbourne to study a double Arts/Science degree at Monash University. She then completed an honours year in Immunology and continued working in immunology research for the next 10 years. In 2012 Samantha returned to university to pursue a medical degree with a goal of ultimately working in General Practice. Since graduating from Deakin University in 2015, she has worked at Eastern Health, gaining experience in medicine, surgery, mental health, women’s and children’s health, and emergency medicine. Samantha is passionate about the vital role general practice has to play in people’s health and wellbeing and looks forward to working with people of all ages and stages of life. Samantha is a mother of three young children.
Samantha works at HMS each weekday excluding Thursdays and also some Saturdays in the front buidling.
Dr. Shinta Tjandra originally graduated from overseas in 1995. She came to Australia in 2000 and completed her Master Degree in Medicine (Paediatrics and Child Health) with The University of Melbourne -Victoria in 2002. She then undertook an extensive paediatric training with Royal Australasian College of Physician (RACP) in Melbourne for 13 years, during which she acquired a broad clinical experience in various subspecialties in Paediatrics and Emergency Medicine, and worked with some of the very renowned hospitals in Victoria, like Royal Children’s Hospital, Royal Women’s Hospital, Monash Medical Centre, Sunshine Hospital, Dandenong and Casey Hospitals (Monash Health) and Box Hill, Maroondah and Angliss Hospitals (Eastern Health). Her background of many years in paediatrics includes provision of acute care in the hospital setting as well as continuity of care in the community setting for children and adolescents with chronic health issues, disabilities, developmental and behavioural issues.
She finally made her decision to return to General Practice for its career flexibility and with a strong desire to become a safe, conscientious and compassionate Family Physician by bringing her colourful background and vast training experience in dealing with numerous patients across all ages with varying medical conditions.
Shinta is available at HMS Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Friday afternoons (in the back building) and also works some Saturday mornings in the front building.
Dr Andrea Rankin studied medicine at Monash University in Melbourne, and graduated in 2007. Following medical school, Andrea completed her internship at The Royal Melbourne Hospital and has subsequently trained through The Alfred Hospital network in General Surgery, Trauma and Emergency Medicine.
Andrea enjoys all aspects of medicine and has a special interest in Women’s health (including Implanon insertion), Children’s health as well as performing minor surgical procedures. Andrea also enjoys optimising the health and well being of her patients through preventative medicine.
She is currently undertaking a Masters in Public Health.
In her spare time, Andrea enjoys spending time with her young family.
Dr Andrea Rankin works at HMS on Mondays and Wednesdays and some Saturday mornings in the front building.
Dr Anna Crawford completed her medical degree at Monash University, and has had a broad experience working as a junior doctor in the diverse community at Northern Health prior to commencing General Practice training. She is currently completing both a Diploma in Child Health through the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network and a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology to strengthen her knowledge and experience in all aspects of children’s and women’s health.
Anna enjoys working with people throughout their lifespan, with additional interests in preventative health and aged care.
Anna works at Hill Medical Services everday excluding Thursdays.
Andrew is an Eastern Victoria GP Training registrar who has been strongly linked to the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne since graduating from Monash University in 2012. He has thoroughly enjoyed his transition into General Practice and is keenly interested in all aspects of General Practice, in particular travel medicine, sports medicine and dermatology. In his spare time he enjoys long distance running, travelling and watching his beloved Essendon Football Club with a glass of red wine. He is keen to promote preventative medicine and promote focusing on our long term health at any stage of life.
Andrew works at Hill Medical Services Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays and some Saturdays.
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