Dr Guy Campbell has had over 30 years experience in General Practice. He and his Practice Nurse Eileen Dana were recognised by "The Australian Primary Care Collaborative" for outstanding results in Diabetes and have subsequently advised a national pharmaceutical company on Diabetes education.
Dr Guy Campbell wrote the main submission presented to Susan Ley (the previous Health Minister), on "If I Ruled Medicare" and had his work mirrored by the RACGP in their presentation to the Government, on the future of Medicare and "Medical Homes".
Dr Guy Campbell is a strong believer in continued care, empowering and educating patients in their own health. He is particularly keen on preventative medicine and optimising health outcomes.
Davina studied Medicine in South Australia, and enjoys working with families and young children. She is also interested in doing basic procedures and skin checks, as well as women's health. She has done basic training in dermatology and mental health.
Dr May is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). She graduated from the International Medical University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and has been a practising GP for the past 10 years. Her medical training in Australia included clinical training at the Austin Hospital, Monash Medical Centre, the Royal Children’s Hospital and Western Hospital. Dr May enjoys every aspect of General Practice, especially in the fields of chronic care management, preventative medicine, women’s health and paediatric medicine. Dr May is also an educator and supervisor, and is involved in a teaching program with 4 Year Medical Students from Monash University and tutors foreign doctors who are sitting for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners examinations.
In her free time, Dr May is a passionate cook and enjoys cooking a variety of cuisines. She utilized her passion as a volunteer cook at Matt’s place, a community outreach program which provides warm hospitality to the disadvantaged in the community. Dr May also speaks Cantonese, Hokkien and Bahasa Malaysia.
Dr Nirosha began her undergraduate medical training at the University of Colombo in Sri Lanka. She first started her medical career as an Anaesthetist and later turned to General Practice over 10 years ago. She first worked as a GP in rural Tasmania for 3 years after migrating to Australia. Nirosha enjoys every aspect of general practice but has a special interest in women's health, children's health and chronic disease management.
In her spare time Nirosha enjoys gardening and spending time with family and friends!
Hoong - Hee Cheah
Dr Cheah obtained his medical degree from the University of Hong Kong. He returned to his home town of Ipoh, in Malaysia to practice his medical profession. While in Ipoh he had the opportunity to help with a group of fellow doctors to form the Perak Branch of the Malaysian GP College. He was also the president of the Perak Medical Society. Apart from his medical profession, Dr Cheah has also held the position of the president of the Ipoh Y.M.C.A. as well as the president of the Malaysian Y.M.C.A Council.
After migrating to Melbourne, Dr Cheah worked for a year in the casualty department of the Moorabbin Hospital, where he enjoyed instructing some of the medical students who were completing their placement rotations. Since then he resumed his profession as a solo General Practitioner in Bayswater until the end of September 2016 when he joined the team at Modern Medical Bayswater.