Dr Simone Stanton is a dedicated GP with a passion for women's health. In addition to Simone's experience as a GP she has a wealth of experience employed at hospital emergency departments, specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology. Her other special interests include; paediatrics, aged care, and rural health.
Stephen has worked for many years at our Newport clinic. He is a GP supervisor with the University of Melbourne training medical students and has a special interest in delivering care to our aged community. He regularly visits aged care facilities across Hobson’s Bay.
Kay enjoys working and providing her services to the community. She has been a Doctor at Westgate Health since 1987 and her interests are across a wide range of general practice including shared antenatal care, geriatrics and mental health.
Dick has a special interest in Community and Aboriginal Health. He shares his work between Westgate Health and the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service. Dick spent 2 years at Amata and Pipalyatjara on the APY lands in Northern South Australia.
Shankar graduated at the University of Melbourne in 1978. He has worked across many fields of general practice and in more recent years in his own clinic. He has an interest in hypnotherapy and of course all the challenges of General Practice.
Dr Dervila Holmes is from the west of Ireland, and qualified as a medical doctor in 2000. She became a member of the Irish College of General Practitioners in 2006 and has been practicing in Australia since 2015. Her special interests include; Women’s health- including Implanon and IUD insertion, Mental health including care plans for Psychology, Alcohol reduction and help with abstinence, and Plant-based nutrition.
Mags completed her undergraduate medical training in Slovakia before moving to the UK in 2005, where she achieved Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners (UK) in 2012. After moving to Australia in 2014 she was awarded FRACGP and currently works as a GP in the Newport Clinic, where she supervises medical students from the University of Melbourne. She enjoys the daily challenges of general practice and has a special interest in women’s health, dermatology, aesthetic medicine, and child health.
Cathaya is a GP registrar who graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2015. Cathaya has a diverse range of hospital experience (particularly in obstetrics/gynaecology and paediatrics) and is excited to provide continuity of care in the community. Cathaya’s special interests include: women’s health (including Implanon insertion and removal), sexual health, and child and adolescent health.