Dr Vishal Patil
Dr Vishal Patil is our longest serving doctor and a highly skilled GP who has been practising in the Healesville Community since 2015.
He migrated from India in 2008 and completed his Masters of Public Health and Masters of Health Promotion at Deakin University.
Dr Sunny Sharma
Dr Sunny Sharma grew up in Darwin, studied medicine in Newcastle and completed his General Practice training in rural South Australia and New South Wales before moving to Melbourne.
He has a Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Advanced Skills in Emergency Medicine and Palliative Care.
Dr Chris Tan
Dr Chris Tan graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2007 after pursuing General Practice through a strong interest in preventative care. He has been a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners since 2015 and relocated to Victoria in mid 2019.
Dr Chris describes his consulting style as patient centred and careful, with a focus on good communication. His philosophy is to develop a partnership with patients to support them in joint decision making in their health journey.
Dr Catherine Goldsmith
Dr Arul Sivanesan MD
Dr Arul Sivanesan has 16 years of experience in the Australia health system. Having been raised in Shepparton, he underwent Medical training in Lithuania in 1997. Dr Arul migrated from wartorn Sri Lanka as a young 10-year-old, and viewed his experience in country Victoria as a new beginning.
Having worked in NT and remote overseas aid work, Arul values the health of our First Nations people and is passionate about closing the health gap.
Dr Johanna Nally
BMedSci, MBBS(Hons), DCH, FRACGP
Dr Jo Nally enjoys all aspects of family medicine from babies to older people's health, with a particular interest in women's health and paediatrics, including babies with settling and breastfeeding concerns.
Dr Jacinda Stork
BMed(Hons) BA BAppSc(Hons) PhD FRACGP
General Practitioner and Teaching Associate Monash University
Dr Stork completed her medical degree at Newcastle University. In 2002 she was awarded her PhD (University of Melbourne) for her research into carotid artery surgery to prevent stroke (an AHMRF scholarship and funding from the NHMRC). Dr Stork has publications in peer-reviewed journals and has presented her work at neurology and stroke conferences.
Dr Stork is passionate and skilled in all areas of general practice. She has a special interest in chronic disease manage (including sexual health, menopause and in cosmetic injectables). Dr Stork is regarded by patients as friendly, respectful, open and sympathetic.
Dr Danielle Dowman
Danielle has been a fellow of the Royal Australian college of General Practitioners since 2019. Danielle enjoys all areas of General Practice.