Medical team

We have a team of qualified professional health care providers working at our campuses:

Dr Linda Chen, GP

Dr Chen graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1997. She is a Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and is involved with all aspects of general practice.

Second language: Mandarin

Dr Mark Preston, GP

Specialisations: Adolescent health and family health

Dr Keith Lu, GP

Specialisations: Occupational health, sports medicine, sexual health and men’s health

Dr Rimma Medres, GP

Dr Medres has been a GP for 18 years, and is a supervisor for medical students at Monash. She likes all aspects of general practice, especially looking after women in pregnancy and their children. She specialises in chronic health problems and consults on all types of contraception. She can perform minor procedures, including Implanon insertion and removal and excisions of lumps and lesions on the skin. She’s also a shared antenatal care doctor with the Royal Women’s Hospital (Parkville and Sandringham).

Specialisations: Women’s health, children’s health, dermatology, travel medicine and mental health

Second language: Russian

Dr Heather Crockart MBBS, FRACGP, MGPP (MastersGPPsychiatry)

Heather has over thirty years’ experience in general practice and very much enjoys it. She likes getting to know her patients well and helping them with, not only managing illnesses, but also in helping them with health maintenance and illness prevention. She loves family medicine and getting to know the whole family. She has a special interest in mental health and wellness and is interested in helping people, not only with specific mental health issues, but also helping patients cope with the effects of their medical conditions on their mental health.

Dr Alec Savicky, GP

Dr Savicky has extensive experience in primary family care, and advocates for better health on behalf of patients and their families.

Specialisations: Adolescent health and wellbeing, skin problems, gynaecology, and ear, nose and throat

Dr Darren So, GP (LGBTIQ+ friendly)

Dr So has been a registered medical practitioner since 2002 and a general practitioner since 2011.

Specialisations: Family planning, paediatrics and women's health

Dr Osama Bhatti, GP

Dr Bhatti graduated from Monash University in 2010.

Specialisations: Children’s health, adolescent health, refugee health, chronic diseases, and Implanon insertion and removal

Dr Rimma Medres, GP

Dr Medres has been a GP for 18 years, and is a supervisor for medical students at Monash. She likes all aspects of general practice, especially looking after women in pregnancy and their children. She specialises in chronic health problems and consults on all types of contraception. She can perform minor procedures, including Implanon insertion and removal and excisions of lumps and lesions on the skin. She’s also a shared antenatal care doctor with the Royal Women’s Hospital (Parkville and Sandringham).

Specialisations: Women’s health, children’s health, dermatology, travel medicine and mental health

Second language: Russian

Dr Steven Ho, GP

Dr Ho completed his medical degree in New Zealand in 2002.

Dr Les Jenshel, GP

Specialisation: Primary family care

Dr Seng Tarng Ng, GP

Specialisations: Travel medicine and acupuncture

Second languages: Malay and Indonesian

Dr Keith Lu, GP

Specialisations: Occupational health, sports medicine, sexual health and men’s health

Dr Wendy Pakes, GP

Specialisations: Family planning, paediatrics, women’s health and sexual health

Dr Susan Gordon, GP (LGBTIQ+ friendly)

Specialisations: GP, women's health Shared antenatal care – Royal Women’s Parkville and Sandringham

Dr Angeline Goh, GP (LGBTIQ+ friendly)

Dr Angeline Goh is a female GP who enjoys all aspects of general practice, and has a special interest in women’s health.

Specialisations: GP, women's health, contraception advice (qualified for Implanon insertion), cervical screening and general sexual, reproductive and preventative health advice

Languages: Consults in English only

Dr Nilufer Nahar, GP

Specialisations: GP, mental health, Implanon insertion and removal, sexual health, neurology, musculoskeletal, women's health

Second language: Bengali

Dr Meredith Rawson, GP

Dr Rawson has been a registered medical practitioner since 1990 and worked in general practice since 1994. She completed a Diploma of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and a Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Specialisations: Antenatal care, Q fever vaccination and travel medicine

Dr Keith Lu, GP

Specialisations: Occupational health, sports medicine, sexual health and men’s health