Dr. Theekshana Dissanayake
Dr Theekshana Dissanayake, MBBS, FRACGP graduated from The University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka in 2000 and migrated to Australia in 2006. He has been working as a GP for the last 13 years and attained a fellowship in General Practice in 2010.
Dr Theekshana has special interests in chronic disease management, preventative care, skin cancer and aged care while excelling in minor procedures. Working in the rural town of Traralgon has allowed him to manage complex patients with confidence due to lack of specialist support.
He has a vested interest in the continuity of care thus takes a holistic approach in patient management. As a result, his duty of care extends to, by visiting patients when they need his help the most so that they always feel supported.
Dr. Roger Johnston
Dr Roger Johnston MBBS, Dip(Obst)RCOG graduated from Monash University Clayton Victoria. He has recently retired from the previous medical practice yet continue to provide his medical service. He is a very experienced GP in all aspects of medical care.
Dr Roger Jonston takes a keen interest in General Medicine ,Womens and Mens Health, Minor surgical procedures, Drug and Alcohol Counselling and Aviation Medicine and have been a practicing DAME for CASA , Civil Aviation Safety Authority for more than 20 years. He has his pilots licence but no longer fly.
Dr. Kanishka Muruththettuwegama
Dr Kanishka Muruththettuwegama MBBS MDPsych FRANZCP graduated from University of Colombo in Sri Lanka and subsequently obtained the fellowship from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists in Australia. He is an accomplished exuberant Psychiatrist with almost 20 years of experience in Psychiatry. He has worked as a Psychiatrist in Australia for 13 years and been in private practice since 2015.
Dr Muru has been involved in supervising junior Psychiatrists and teaching medical students and post graduate trainees at Latrobe Regional Hospital. He was also an external examiner of the school of Psychology and Psychiatry Monash University, Churchill. He is particularly interested in working with General Practitioners on primary care. His areas of interests are ADHD, anxiety disorders, depression, bi-polar disorder, borderline personality disorder, and organic and functional psychotic disorders in late adolescent and adult groups.
Dr. Anas Ghazal
Dr Anas Ghazal, MD, FRACGP Has graduated from medical school in Syria in 2007. He started his medical practice in Australia in February 2011 and has worked in different hospitals for over 4 years before joining the general practice in 2015. He has obtained his fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2019.
Dr Anas takes a keen interest in chronic Health conditions particularly Diabetes Mellitus, Emphysema and Heart conditions. In addition, he does perform a range of minor surgeries in general practice. He enjoys chatting about sport, especially soccer & tennis and is a busy father of four children. His principle in medical practice is identified, as “We all deserve to be respected”
General Practice Nurse
Sarah graduated from Monash Peninsula with a Bachelor of Nursing in 1995.
After a graduate year at Monash Medical Centre (Monash Health), she has worked at several hospitals including Jesse Macpherson, Dandenong Hospital and Alice Springs Hospital in N.T.
After 20 years experience working in the community with the Royal District Nursing Service (now Bolton Clarke), she has made a change to General Practice Nursing.
Sarah is a single mother of 2 boys and sells Lego from home annd has a reef aquarium as a hobby.
Area of Focus Dry needling, General physiotherapy, Geriatrics, Muscle pain, Musculoskeletal physiotherapy, Orthopedics, Pain Management, Pilates, Rehabilitation, Sports physiotherapy.
Languages Spoken Arabic, English
Education Bachelors of physiotherapy
Certifications Level 1 & 2 spinal courses with APA, Dry needling with APA, Clinical Pilates for physio with DMA, Upper & lower quarter Mulligan courses, Assessment & Management of Shoulder Condition
Dr. Cho Hlaing
Dr Cho Hlaing graduated from the University of Medicine 1, Myanmar in 2008. She has been working as a General Practitioner in Australia since 2015 and attained her Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2020.
Dr Cho is thorough, meticulous and thrives to provide attentive holistic care. She enjoys all aspects of general practice, of particular interests to note are women’s health, children’s health, chronic disease management, preventative health care and minor surgical procedures such as mole/cyst removal, skin cancer excision, Implanon removal and insertion.