Dr Marcus Weyland has over 25 years experience as a GP with 12 years working in hospitals in Victoria and NSW. He enjoys sorting out the interaction of many factors affecting patient's health. Including social, psychological and situational. He obtained his MBBS from University of Sydney and is a Fellow of the RACGP. Dr Marcus has interests in:
Acute and chronic pain
Drug and alcohol dependence
Dr Marcus enjoys art, classical music and learning languages (e.g. Spanish).
Dr Sayema Alam was born and raised in Bangladesh. She moved to Australia in 2004 to study Microbiology at RMIT before undertaking her medical degree which she completed in 2007. Dr Sayema has gained valuable experience while working at the Bendigo Hospital. She has experience in gynaecology, paediatrics, rehabilitation, ICU, Dementia clinic and more.
Dr Sayema started her fellowship training in 2011 and has worked in Monash Primary Medical Centre. Her interests are in:
Her hobbies include cooking, gardening, travelling. She finds immense satisfaction when she spends time with her family and improves the lives of her patients.
Dr Alistair Macindoe has worked in General Practice for over thirty years. He has an interest in all areas of general practice, but particularly likes antenatal care, insertion and removal of Implanon, managing patients in the Clopine program and performing minor procedures. He has also supervised the training and examination of medical students and registrar doctors for many years.
Away from work he enjoys listening to classical music and playing billiards and snooker.
Dr Linda Ditchfield has been in General Practice in Glenroy for over 20 years. She has a special interest in Women’s Health including pregnancy shared care and paediatrics.
Dr Ian McMaster graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1967 and is a fully qualified General Practioner. He is dedicated to the care and wellbeing of his patients, and has been in family practice in the Glenroy area for over 48 years.
He has a particular interest in Asthma and other respiratory illnesses.
Outside of work, he has an interest in trains and old locomotives.
Dr Tatlow Ng, graduated from University of Adelaide in 1979, and went on to complete postgraduate studies in England and the USA. He is a world traveller, having working in Australia, England, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
Dr Ng has a special interest in minor surgeries and Men’s Health. He is also multi-lingual, and is fluent in English, Chinese (Cantonese) and Malay. Between working at Modern Medical Glenroy and Essendon, he enjoys playing badminton with his friends.