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Dr Peter Hill General Practitioner
A Monash graduate, Dr Peter Hill has over 40 years experience in general practice with 23 years in Park Orchards. His special interests include women’s health, family planning, family therapy, adolescent medicine, palliative care and minor surgical procedures.
Dr Anza Memon General Practitioner
Dr Anza Memon completed her medical degree in Queensland, before returning for her internship and residency years in Victoria with Eastern Health. She has obtained fellowship with the Royal College of General Practitioners, and also completed a Diploma in obstetrics and gynaecology during her training.
Dr Memon consults in all aspects of family medicine but has a special interest in women’s health including contraceptive device insertion and removal, paediatrics and dermatology (including cosmetic injectables).
Dr Memon is multilingual and is fluent in English, Sindhi, Hindi & Urdu.
Dr Jacinta Carty General Practitioner
Dr Jacinta Carty undertook a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at Monash University before embarking on a medical degree at the University of Melbourne. She worked as a junior doctor at Austin Health, Mercy Hospital for Women and St Vincents Hospital before commencing GP training. Dr Carty’s special interests include preventative health, travel medicine, women’s health and paediatrics. She holds a fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Diplomas in Child Health and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Dr Carty is accredited for shared obstetric care at Eastern Health, Western Health, Mercy Hospital for Women, and the Royal Women’s Hospital.
Dr Priya Kondanapanny General Practitioner
Dr Priya Kondanapanny graduated from Bond University in 2011. Following this she undertook an elective in General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology at a hospital in Bharatpur, Nepal. Dr Priya undertook further medical training at the Prince Charles and Princess Alexandra Hospitals in Brisbane, and rural hospitals across Queensland and the Northern Territory.
Dr Priya attained Fellowship with the RACGP in 2017. Enjoying all aspects of family medicine, her special interests include women’s health including contraceptive device insertion and removal, dermatology, chronic disease management, sexual health, travel medicine and cosmetic medicine. She enjoys working with patients to understand their personal health goals and working towards achieving these with appropriate support, education and preventative medicine.
Outside of work, Dr Priya has a keen interest in supporting rural and remote communities in Australia and overseas. She enjoys giving back to the community having volunteered with Amnesty International and participated in the Breast Cancer Triathlon in 2009. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, playing tennis, exploring the world through travel and Formula One racing.
Dr Aaron Howe General Practitioner
Dr Aaron Howe graduated from Melbourne University in 2015. Dr Aaron is welcoming, empathetic and caring towards all patients. He is passionate about holistic health care including all aspects of family medicine, from paediatrics to geriatrics. Outside of work, Dr Aaron enjoys playing basketball and going to the footy and is an avid Richmond Tigers supporter. He also likes reading new medical research so he can continue to provide the best possible care for his patients.
Dr Sima Riazi General Practitioner
Dr Sima Riazi is a graduate of the University of Melbourne. She has completed rotations in a wide range of medical specialties including psychiatry, cardiology, renal medicine and aged care through Austin Health, Eastern Health, Northern Health and Epworth Richmond. Dr Riazi is a registrar of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Outside of work, Dr Riazi is interested in language, culture, martial arts, weight training, travel and piano.
Dr Emily Chen General Practitioner
Dr Emily Chen graduated from University of Notre Dame in 2008. She has undergone extensive hospital training in the field of surgery at Austin Health before settling into general practice and obtaining her fellowship with the RACGP. She currently holds a lecturer position with the department of General Practice at Monash University. She enjoys all aspects of general practice and her special interests are in minor skin cancer procedures, iron infusion, travel medicine, perinatal medicine and preventive health.