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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 training in 2011 from 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 holds a special interest in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, having completed a Diploma in O&G during her training. Other interests include paediatrics, shared obstetric care and dermatology. Dr Memon is multilingual and can converse in Sindhi, Hindi and 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 Hiran Edirisinghe General Practitioner
Dr Hiran Edirisinghe graduated from University of Queensland in 1998. He joined general practice in 2006 after working in the field of emergency medicine attached to a number of tertiary hospitals in Melbourne. Since then he has obtained a Master of Medicine (MMED), post-graduate diplomas in practical dermatology (DPD) and pediatrics (DCH). Dr Edirisinghe holds an academic position as a senior lecturer, and is a member of examination panels for RACGP and Faculty of Medicine, University of Queensland. He is the principal supervisor of registrar training at our practice. His main clinical interests are management of chronic and complex medical conditions such as diabetes (including initiation insulin), heart disease, and bone diseases. He is also interested in men’s health, psychiatry, gynaecology, skin cancers and various procedures including excisions, flaps, grafts, and wedge resections for ingrown toe nails.
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.
Dr Alexandra Pritchard-Davies General Practitioner
Dr Alexandra Pritchard-Davies completed her medical training in 2011, with subsequent internship and residency years spent in Newcastle, NSW. She then embarked on a year in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Royal Hospital for Women in Sydney before moving to Melbourne to pursue a career in General Practice. She completed her Diploma of Child Health in 2016. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice, though in particular women’s and children’s Heath.