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Dr Fiona Broderick MBBS (HONS) Melbourne FRACGP
Dr Fiona Broderick graduated from Melbourne University in 1984 and obtained her Fellowship in General Practice in 1991. She is a vocationally registered GP. Fiona commenced at Collins Street Medical Centre in 1996 and was instrumental in expanding it from a one GP clinic to the current 10 GP multidisciplinary centre, which was one of 5 finalists in the 2018 AGPAL Excellence Awards for General Practice of the Year. Fiona is a very experienced GP with special interests in quality improvement, data quality, preventive health care and health promotion with active patient involvement. She enjoys developing long term relationships with patients, including acute and chronic disease management and provides GP Management and Team Care Plans and Mental Health Care Plans. She and her Practice Nurses provide standard and travel child and adult vaccinations including Yellow Fever.
Fiona has been involved in several quality improvement initiatives with the Improvement Foundation on Diabetes, Coronary Heart Disease, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Access and Chronic Kidney Disease. In the Australian General Practice Nurses Study she developed the Swift Solutions Clinic. She has spoken around Australia on this and other innovations in General Practice. She and the Practice have received multiple awards for Quality, Safety and Innovation from 2006 to current. She received the 2016 Avant Quality Improvement Grant for a project improving practice data quality and electronic health records. She has overseen the use at the Practice of several quality IT initiatives, including a preventive tool which ensures patient care is optimum and is an excellent way to securely provide patients with normal electronic results with detailed GP comments.
Dr Simon Andrade General Practitioner
Dr Simon Andrade qualified at Kings College Hospital, University of London in 1984. He completed Vocational Training in General Practice in London. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Simon has a special interest in men’s health, travel medicine, skin cancer checks and minor surgery.
Simon is a designated Aviation Medical Examiner with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority. Please allow for a 45 minute consultation. Before making your appointment you must register online at CASA. Please bring your ARN and all prescription eye wear to your appointment.
Dr Rebecca Goodman General Practitioner
Dr Rebecca Goodman graduated from the University of Sydney in 2000. Prior to completing her medical degree, Rebecca obtained a Bachelor of Science majoring in Physiology at the University of UNSW. She obtained her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of GPs in 2008. Rebecca has worked in Sydney, Canberra, Tamworth & Warrnambool. She also worked in Singapore for 3 years prior to moving to Melbourne in 2006. Since then Rebecca has worked as a GP in Docklands and North Carlton.
Rebecca loves her job and enjoys all aspects of general practice. Her primary interests include Women’s Health, Family Planning & Fertility, Preventative medicine, Psychological conditions & Travel medicine. She particularly enjoys seeing children and has just completed the Diploma of Child Health through Westmead Children’s Hospital in Sydney. When not at work, Rebecca is kept busy by her twin boys.
Dr George Forgan-Smith General Practitioner
Dr George Forgan-Smith is a general practitioner who trained at the University of Queensland in Brisbane graduating in 2003, and has worked at a number of practices including Byron Bay and Melbourne. He has worked extensively in sexual health and psychiatry.
Dr George has a specialist interest in gay men’s health, men’s health, and mental health. He is a trained S100 prescriber and is able to offer complete and comprehensive HIV Care including HIV testing, HIV treatment, and HIV prevention with PrEP – a single daily tablet that can reduce HIV risk by 99%.
When he is not working, Dr George enjoys his work as a health educator teaching doctors but also travelling internationally teaching. He is also a regular participant in Camp Quality as a doctor, companion and medical advisor.
Dr Manjit Kala General Practitioner
Dr Manjit Kala trained at Charing Cross Hospital in London and then completed a three year general practice training program at the Hammersmith Hospital. She is a highly experienced GP and ran her own surgery in Perth for 18 years before relocating to Melbourne in 2006.
Manjit joined Collins Street Medical Centre in 2008 and has improved antenatal care, providing shared antenatal care with the Royal Women’s Hospital, The Mercy and Sunshine Hospital. She has interests in women’s health including shared antenatal care, mental health, weight loss management, skin cancer screening and excision of skin lesions.
Dr Andrea Lung General Practitioner
Dr Andrea Lung completed her medical training at Melbourne University in 1992. In 1995 she was awarded the CSCT from the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and obtained her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1997.
Andrea is a very experienced GP who worked at Ashwood Medical Group and then Victoria Harbour Medical Clinic from 1996 to 2007. Andrea worked in Double Bay in the Cooper Street Clinic run by Professor Kerryn Phelps from 2008 to joining us in 2012.
Her primary interests include Women’s Health, Fertility, Shared Ante Natal Care, Paediatrics, Preventative Medicine and minor procedures, including contraceptive device insertion and removal. Andrea is registered for Shared Antenatal Care with the Royal Women’s Hospital, Sunshine, the Mercy and Northern Hospitals. Since Andrea joined us she has proven to be a huge asset to our Practice and patients and she has a particular focus on quality healthcare.
Dr Coniela Sgroi General Practitioner
Dr Coniela Sgroi graduated from Monash University in 2001 and obtained her Fellowship in General Practice in 2008. Coniela has a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Coniela is qualified for shared obstetric care through The Royal Women’s Hospital and The Mercy Hospital for Women. She is also qualified to insert contraceptive device. Coniela is passionate about providing thorough care and working with her patients. She enjoys empowering them with knowledge and guiding them to achieve optimal health.
Dr Miranda Bradley General Practitioner
Dr Miranda Bradley graduated from Monash University in 2001. She spent several years living and working in the United Kingdom and Singapore, before returning to her home town of Melbourne in 2015. Miranda completed her speciality training in General Practice in the United Kingdom in 2007. Her other qualifications include a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (London 2005) and a Graduate Diploma of Family Practice Dermatology (Singapore 2012).
Miranda enjoys all aspects of General Practice. Her primary interests include women’s health, children’s health, maternal and child issues in the postpartum period, travel medicine and dermatology. When she is not at work or chasing after her three young children, she enjoys basketball, tennis, snow sports and photography.
Special Interests include: Women’s health, Family planning including contraceptive device insertion, Fertility & preconception care, Shared obstetric antenatal care, Perinatal mental health, Breastfeeding and lactation issues, Children’s health, Travel medicine, Dermatology and skin cancer screening, Preventative health care and health promotion.
Dr Vicki Nahamkes General Practitioner
After graduating from Melbourne University in 1986 , Dr Vicki Nahamkes began her training at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney. She completed her specialist GP training with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1994. Dr Nahamkes is a senior experienced GP with an extensive knowledge of local resources including specialist and allied health practitioners. She has previously worked at 100 Collins St Medical Centre for more then a decade.
Dr Nahamkes has developed an interest in skin cancer management and has pursued further studies through University of Queensland, Monash University and Skin and Cancer Foundation. Although competent in all areas of General Practice, Dr Nahamkes’ areas of special interest are women’s health, men’s health, mental health, skin cancer management and surveillance, and travel medicine.
Dr Nahamkes is committed to excellence in healthcare and believes in personalised, collaborative and patient-centred approach in her work. Her work motto is to strive to deliver “care within the healthcare” and she is always prepared to go an extra mile for her patients. When not working, Dr Nahamkes describes herself as a yoga devotee, amateur salsa dancer and a lover of green nature.
Dr David Feng MBChB FRACGP BSc
Dr David Feng graduated from the University of Otago, New Zealand, in 2008 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree. He then went on to complete specialist GP training in Melbourne, becoming a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2016.
Dr Feng enjoys taking a holistic approach to all aspects of general practice, with special interests in mental health, travel medicine, and musculoskeletal medicine. He consults in English and Cantonese. When not working, David loves spending time with his family, in particular his beautiful (and cheeky) baby girl, Bella.
Dr Aiko Tiarni Tomita General Practitioner
Dr Aiko (Tiarni) Tomita completed a BMed at University of Newcastle in 2002 after obtaining Bachelor of Applied Science at Queensland University of Technology. She gained her RACGP fellowship in 2012.
Tiarni has worked as a GP in Sydney and rural NSW, as well as working in South Yarra and Southbank in Victoria. In her spare time, she worked for University of Oxford and completed her PhD in medicine in 2015. She is appointed as Visiting Associate Professor for Tokai University in Japan. Tiarni speaks fluent English and Japanese. She has lots of experience in providing medical care for people from non-English speaking background as well as local residents.
She enjoys seeing variety in General Practice. Her particular interests include Mental Health, Family Planning, Contraceptive advice (trained contraceptive device provider), and Women’s Health.
Dr Amanda Nutting General Practitioner (extended leave)
Dr Amanda Nutting graduated from Monash University in 1983. She achieved her Diploma of Obstetrics in 1988 and her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1992. She has worked in general practice ever since, including some voluntary work whilst living in Asia. Amanda joined Collins Street Medical Centre in 2004 and has special interest in travel health, women’s health and enjoys doing shared obstetric care with local public hospitals, including the Royal Women’s Hospital. As of 17 May 2019, Dr Nutting will be taking leave of absence, accompanying her husband to Perth for work. We are pleased that she expects to cover some holiday leave at our practice from time to time.