This well-established family GP clinic provides a range of primary healthcare services. Male and female GPs are available. We are committed to providing comprehensive general practice care to all individuals and families in this community. Consultation is by appointment, although urgent cases will always be seen. Standard appointments are 15 minutes in duration. If you feel you will require a longer appointment, please inform the receptionist at the time of booking.
Please note that we will be closed on the following;
Please note that we will be closed on the following days;
- Tuesday 25 December 2018 – Christmas Day
- Wednesday 26 December 2018 – Boxing Day
- Tuesday 1 January 2019 – New Year Day
Monday to Friday 8.30 am – 5.30 pm
Saturday 8.30 am – 11 am
P: (03) 9571 9933 (business hours and Saturday mornings)
After Hours to phone National Home Doctor Service: 131 725
For emergencies phone 000
Fax: 9571 3604
Limited parking is available onsite at the rear of the building or there is ample parking on Glenhuntly Road, please note that local parking restrictions apply.
The following doctors work at our practice:
Dr Karen Lewis
MBBS (Hons), FRACGP, Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health
Karen graduated from Monash University in 1988. She completed postgraduate training at Box Hill Hospital and Caulfield Hospital. She has been working in general practice since 1992. Dr Lewis is vocationally registered and her special interests include aged care, women’s health, mental health and medical education, having been an educator for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Further, she is an examiner for this college. Dr Lewis does home visits, including nursing homes, supported residential services and Oak Grange Retirement Village
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8.30 am – 12.30 pm (longer waiting period)
Dr Naomi Bronzite
MBBS, BSc, FRACGP
Naomi is a Principal Doctor for our Practice and studied medicine in London, UK at the Royal Free Hospital, graduating in 1992. She spent her postgraduate years in London where she qualified and practised as a GP. In 1999, together with her husband and four children, she relocated to Holland where she became a partner in a general practice just outside of Amsterdam. In 2011, she emigrated to Australia, and has worked in general practices Werribee and Prahran. Naomi is actively involved in teaching, having taught both GP registrars and second-year medical students locally. Although a generalist, she especially enjoys dealing with issues with women’s health and paediatrics.
Dr Belinda Carne
Belinda graduated with Honours from Melbourne University in 1993. She went on to complete fellowships in General Practice and Emergency Medicine and works as a GP, Emergency Physician and Mum to three children in addition to various volunteer roles. Along the way, she has worked in a variety of rural, regional and city settings including time as a Retrieval Physician and as Senior Clinical Lecturer at Deakin University in Geelong and was involved in the development of the Deakin post graduate medical course from 2007.
Belinda is currently involved in teaching and training and has been an examiner for the College of General Practitioners and an Instructor in Simulation in Health Care using Crisis Resource Management principles. She has published in this area in addition to being a contributing author to the Oxford Specialist Handbook of Retrieval Medicine. A strong interest in ongoing education has resulted in a Diploma in Children’s Health, a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, a Certificate from Family Planning Victoria and a Graduate Certificate in Emergency Health (aeromedical retrieval).
Belinda loves all aspects of medicine and enjoys caring for children, older people and everyone in between. Her goal is to maximise health and well-being for all.