Tina could have ended up working as an environmental scientist, after graduating from Murdoch University with a degree in Science, but she chose to go back to study. Tina wanted to study something that would allow her to help people more directly. Medicine—particularly general practice—has given her the opportunity to do what she most loves, which is hearing people’s stories and helping them. “There’s never a dull day, and it’s always stimulating.”
Tina completed her Bachelor of Medicine in 2002 from Newcastle University. She obtained her Fellowship in General Practice in 2016.
As a family physician, Tina appreciates being free to practice medicine the way it ought to be practiced—working together with patients on the best treatment for them.
Tina is a keen gardener, so if she is not at the office she will be outside planting or digging the soil. A mother of three, she’s grateful for what Melbourne has to offer younger children. She loves hosting her family or friends for evenings around an open fire.
Dr Matthew is the practice principle at Clock Medical Centre in Balwyn. He graduated Melbourne University in 1972 and completed residency at Austin Hospital Heidelberg, Victoria. Dr. Soccio began general practice in Doncaster in 1974. After establishing himself with a strong and loyal patient following he relocated to Box Hill in 1977, then twelve years later to Glen Iris. In 1992 he moved to Camberwell, before establishing his practice at Clock Corner Medical Centre. He remains dedicated to advanced education and remains at the forefront of the new developments in modern medicine and sciences.
He has particular interests in men's health, travel medicine and geriatric medicine.
Roslyn is an experienced GP who has worked in the Camberwell and Balwyn area for many years.
She has an interest in Preventative Medicine especially in Cardiovascular Health and Diabetes, but also in Women’s Health and Osteoporosis management and prevention.