Revised hours from 21st October.
Extended hours Tuesday & Thursday: 8 am - 7:30 pm. Refer to About Us for more info.
Level 1, 391 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, VIC, 3004
03 9869 2000
Dr André Dreyer is from South Africa and completed his medical degree from University of Pretoria (1997). Following a year of community service, Dr André has worked as a GP for over 18 years. Practising first in Perth, he now calls Melbourne home.
Dr André is driven by his passion to provide holistic medical care that aims to achieve improved well being. He strives to foster an environment where patients are comfortable to talk about all ranges of health and mental issues—not just the short-term symptoms they experienced today.
As the Medical Director, Dr André will work with the team (fellow doctors, nurses and staff) to establish a friendly and high quality level of service. A medical centre where patients can discuss their issues in full knowledge that they will be safe, supported, valued and provided with quality care.
Dr André has interests and experience in:
An avid arts enthusiast, Dr André enjoys going to the theatre, spending time with friends, exploring the world and playing golf and tennis.
Dr Zahora received her MBBS degree in 2002 from Dhaka University, Bangladesh. She started her medical career in Australia in 2006. She worked in regional Victoria for 3 years and moved to Central Queensland in 2010 to complete her general practice training. Fatima obtained the fellowship of Royal College of General Practitioners in 2012. She has worked in GP settings across Australia for last 9 years.
Fatima has broad experience in obstetrics and gynaecology, antenatal care, post natal care, Implanon insertion and removal, Mirena removal, family planning. Furthermore, she is a shared maternity care affiliate with multiple hospitals.
Fatima's special interests are:
Fertility and Family Planning
Patients will find her approachable and caring, so please feel free to book an appointment to discuss any health concerns you have.
MBChB, BSC (Hons), FRACGP, DIP Child Health
Dr Matthew Davies completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) from Edinburgh University, Scotland in 2008. He also has additional qualifications in Public Health, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry and Paediatrics.
Having been in Australia for over 8 years, he has spent time in Sydney, Newcastle and rural NSW, and is looking forward to the challenges as well as the fun that Melbourne has to offer.
Matthew has interests in :
Cosmetic Medicine (Currently training)
Matthew believes that seeing your GP should be an informative yet enjoyable experience. He likes travelling, cooking and heading out with friends, and hopes that the locals don’t judge him too much for watching Rugby Union over AFL.
MBBS, RACGP, DIP Child Health
Dr Linda Le has worked in the UK and Australia in general practice for over 10 years. She graduated from Flinders University (1999) gained Fellowship with RACGP in 2004. Dr Le has also completed post graduate qualifications in Dermatoscopy, skin cancer medicine and skin cancer surgery. With a Diploma in Child Health from Sydney Children's Hospital and experience working with the Australian Defence Force and the Australian Redcross Blood Service, Dr Le is experienced and highly qualified.
Her special interests include:
Fertility and Family Planning including Implanon procedures
Iron Infusions for anaemia, some experience in managing other haematological disorders such as Haemochromatosis
Skin cancer medicine (post graduate qualifications in Dermatoscopy, skin cancer medicine and skin cancer surgery)
Occupational medicine- Monash Uni certificate in Occupational medicine 2017
Languages: English, Cantonese
FRACGP, MBBS, BMedSc (Hons), DipCosInj (ACCS)
Dr Vikram Rajput completed his Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery with a Bachelor of Medical Science from University of Melbourne in 2008. He has also completed qualifications in Cosmetic Injectables through the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and is a member of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia. Born and raised in Perth, Vikram has worked at the Royal Perth Hospital and in General Practice for over 10 years. He also has extensive experience in sports medicine and musculoskeletal trauma having worked through the Orthopaedic and Trauma Service in Perth for over 4 years.
Vikram has interests in:
Sports Medicine & Musculoskeletal injuries
Skin checks and Skin cancer treatment
Vikram is very approachable and maintains his fitness through running, cycling, yoga, gym and basketball and has completed the annual City to Surf numerous times.
MBBS, MRCGP, FRACGP
Dr Katrina Niles is originally from the UK and completed her medical degree at Guy's, King's and St Thomas' Medical School, London in 2009 . Katrina has worked in the UK for 6 years with more than 3 years experience in General Practice. She has experience working in both rural and inner city settings having worked in hospitals and medical centres.
Katrina enjoys all aspects of General Practice but has a special interest in
Fertility and implanting insertion/removal
Katrina enjoys teaching and is part of the teaching programme for medical students from Monash University. Through her teaching, she hopes to inspire them to consider a career in General Practice.
Katrina is enjoying living in Melbourne and enjoys travelling and maintaining an active lifestyle. She keeps busy with hot pilates, swimming and skiing.
MBBS (Melb), FRACGP, DRANZCOG
Magdalena Simonis is an examiner with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, teaches University of Melbourne Medical Students and is on the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Expert Committee for Quality Care. Magdalena is Honorary Research Fellow with the department of General Practice at the University of Melbourne, and has spearheaded research that has been published achieving international recognition.
Magdalena is a GP with interests in:
Chronic disease prevention
Shared antenatal care
Furthermore, she is on the board of Women’s Health Victoria, is President of the Victorian Medical Women’s Society, on the strategy and policy committee for Breast Cancer Network Australia and is on the board of National Hearing Heath Advisory board Australia. Her articles are regularly published in Yours magazine, Girlfriend, Women’s Health, Medical Republic and she is has been an RACGP representative to senate enquiries.
Dr Despina Pytharoulios joined the practice in 2007. She completed her Bachelor degree in Medicine at the University of Monash and gained her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1996. She undertook further training at the Royal Children’s Hospital, completing certificates in both Allergy and Eczema. She has a particular interest in the diagnosis and management of asthma, women’s health and paediatrics.
Despina enjoys working in Occupational Medicine, and furthered her knowledge in this area by completing a certificate in Occupational Medicine in 2012. A calm and approachable person, Despina enjoys the broad variety of presentations in general practice.
Dr EC Wong joined the team at St Kilda Road in 2006 and has been working in general practice for over 30 years in the South Yarra area and enjoys all the activities undertaken by practitioners working in a busy general practice.
As well as general practice, he continues to regularly assist in plastic surgery. In over 30 years working in this field he has gained useful skills and experience in minor surgical procedures including skin cancer excision.