Our team of very experienced and highly qualified Doctors offers you the highest standard of general medical care at our lovely Brighton clinic. Each of our 16 Doctors have their own areas of special expertise and interest. Between them they cover all of your health care needs.
Dr. Jane Isaac
MBBS(Hons), DRANZCOG, FRACGP
Dr. Jane Isaac holds a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and a certificate in skin cancer medicine. She is interested in all aspects of general medicine, especially paediatrics, adolescent health, women's health, sexual health (including implanon insertion/removal), preventive medicine. Dr. Isaac participates in shared obstetric care with Sandringham hospital, the Royal Womens Hospital and Monash Medical Centre. Dr. Isaac performs skin checks and minor surgical procedures including skin lesion removal and iron infusions. Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Dr. Maria Sullivan
Dr. Maria Sullivan is interested in all aspects of family medicine and has extensive experience in women’s health, paediatrics and sexual health. She performs minor surgical procedures including iron infusions (ferinject) and has extensive emergency department experience. She is a mother of 2 young children. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Dr. Sari Irlicht
MBBS, DRANZCOG, FRACGP
Dr. Sari Irlicht has a special interest in travel medicine and has a wide range of experience with general practice, including time working in rural Australia and New York City. Dr. Sari Irlicht has other interests including the management of general medical issues, depression, paediatrics, women’s health and skin complaints. Hours: Every weekday.
Dr. Michael Soon
Dr. Michael Soon has worked as a doctor in both solo and group general practice since 1987. He has special interests in men’s health and in the management and prevention of chronic diseases, such as asthma, diabetes and heart disease. Dr. Soon performs minor surgical procedures, such as removal of skin lesions. He has two grown up sons. Hours: Every weekday except Thursday.
Dr. Irena Vigderovich
Dr. Irena Vigderovich graduated from Melbourne University in 1998. She has a certificate in obstetrics and has completed extra training in paediatrics, ear, nose and throat disorders (at RVEEH) and all forms of contraception. Irena participates in Shared obstetric care at The Royal Women’s, Sandringham and Monash Hospitals. She has also had extra training in insertion of Mirena IUD, Copper IUD and Implanon. Irena is interested in all aspects of family medicine, especially children’s health, women’s health, shared maternity care and preventative medicine. She does minor skin procedures, tongue ties and iron infusions. She speaks fluent Russian, is married and has 2 children. Hours: Monday to Friday and frequent Saturday mornings.
Dr. Tammy Herring
MBBS(Hons), DRANZCOG, FRACGP
Dr. Tammy Herring is interested in all aspects of family medicine. After graduating from Monash University in 1994, she did further training in paediatrics, followed by a diploma in obstetrics and gynaecology. She specialises in women's health and has a particular interest in all aspects of contraception as well as the menopause. She is skilled at procedures such as the insertion of Mirena IUDs and Implanon as well as Ferinject infusions. She does shared obstetric care with the Royal Women’s and Sandringham hospitals. She is married with two children. Hours: Monday afternoon, Wednesday and Friday.
Dr. Cathy Sloan
Dr. Cathy Sloan has a particular interest in women’s health including menopause. She assists with eye surgery and has extensive experience overseas in gynaecology, obstetrics and family planning. Other interests include musculoskeletal medicine including migraine, headaches, neck and back problems as well as mental health. Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Currently not taking new patients.
Dr. Angela Ferruccio
MBBS, DRANZCOG, FRACGP
Dr. Angela Ferruccio is interested in all areas of family medicine. She graduated from Melbourne University in 1987, thereafter pursuing further training in emergency medicine, paediatrics, and a Diploma in obstetrics and gynaecology. Her areas of special interest are in paediatrics, all aspects of women’s health, dermatological conditions, chronic disease prevention, adolescent and sexual health. She also performs skin checks and performs minor surgical procedures including skin lesion removal and iron infusions. Outside of her clinic work she tutors medical students at Melbourne University. Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Dr. Marita Campbell
MBBS, DRANZCOG, FACRRM
Dr. Marita Campbell is a GP Obstetrician. She has particular interests in obstetrics, gynaecology and paediatrics and is a Fellow of ACRRM. She has particular expertise in dermatological and gynaecological procedures including the insertion of IUDs and Implanon. Dr. Campbell is married with 4 children. Hours: Monday morning, Tuesday and Thursday. Also see the antenatal page.
Dr. Manu Rao
Dr. Manu Rao graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1992. She is interested in all areas of family medicine including Women's health, Paediatrics, Men's health and Preventative medicine. Dr. Rao practices holistically and has completed a Graduate Diploma in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine and a Diploma in Botanic Medicine. She is married with two young children. If you are interested in booking an integrated consultation with Dr. Rao, please request a 45 minute appointment. Please advise our receptionists at the time of booking and they will be able to discuss fees. Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and some Saturday's.
Dr. Andrew Woodard
Dr. Andrew Woodard graduated from University of Melbourne with honours in 1983 and has had overseas experience working in hospitals in Burma and Malaysia. Andy has worked in General Practice since 1989. He is currently undertaking a Graduate Certificate in Allergy. His other medical interests include men's health, cardiovascular medicine, paediatrics, and allergy. Hours: Monday to Friday and every second Saturday.
Dr. Sophie Morris
Dr. Sophie Morris is interested in all aspects of family medicine. Her special interests include women’s health and paediatrics. Other interests include preventive medicine, health promotion and education. Hours: Monday to Thursday.
Dr. Margaret Rind
Dr. Margaret Rind graduated from the University of Otago in New Zealand. She is interested in all aspects of general medicine, particularly the ‘whys’ of life and illness. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays.
Dr. Sue English
MBBS, FRACGP, DipRANZCOG
Sue is a family GP who has worked in the Bayside area for the last 35 years. She is interested in all aspects of Women's Health, including pregnancy and breastfeeding care, menopause and vulval health. She is a GP Obstetrician and provides share care obstetrics at Sandringham, Royal Womens, Monash, Dandenong and Casey Hospitals. She performs IUD and Implanon insertion and removal. She is interested in Humanitarian medicine and is involved as a Volunteer, Doctor and Board member in Children First Foundation. Sue regularly travels to Timor Leste to support children in need, and girls in the Salesian Mission schools and orphanages. Member: AMA, RACGP, RANZCOG, Australian Menopause Society. Board Member of Children First Foundation. Foundation member of International Women's Forum Australia. Founder of Friends of Salesian Missions East Timor. Hours: Tuesday to Friday.
Dr. Julian Lee
Dr Julian Lee was born in Melbourne, completed his medical degree at Monash University with honours, and then undertook his residency at Box Hill Hospital with experience in emergency medicine and orthopaedics. He is a fellow of the RACGP and has a particular interest in men's health and paediatrics. He also performs minor surgical procedures in the clinic. He enjoys cooking, learning French and going to the gym. Hours: Tuesday evenings, Friday mornings and every Saturday.
Dr. Sheena Azar
BBiomedSci, BSci(Hons), MBBS, FRACGP
Dr Sheena Azar was raised in Melbourne, studied Biomedical Science with Honours at the University of Melbourne, and worked as a laboratory scientist in childhood cancer, before heading off to the Australian National University in Canberra to study medicine. Dr Azar returned home to complete her internship and residency through the Northern and Austin Hospitals, and became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2018. Dr Azar sees all aspects of family medicine, with interest in women’s health, child health and adolescent health, having been involved in the "Doctors in Secondary Schools" program. She performs Implanon insertions, minor skin excisions and iron infusions. Sheena loves general practice because of the people she meets, and she believes the fundamental parts of her role are to listen, to support, and to advocate for her patients. She is married with three young sons, and when time permits, she hopes to get back into running and crafts. Hours: Tuesday evenings and Friday.