Dr Hana Balvin
Practicing medicine since 1974, Dr. Hana Balvin is Centre Road Medical Centres Primary Female Practitioner specialising specifically in Womens Health, as well as practicing General Medicine.
Previously practicing paediatrics within the Czech Republic, Neonatal Intensive Care at the Royal Women’s Hospital Melbourne and General Medicine in Heidelberg Hospital, she is well known for her knowledgeable approach to her patients and high quality of care.
Spoken Languages: Czech, English and limited Russian.
Dr Ha Tran
Dr. Tran has been practicing medicine since 1985, Dr. Tran has 20 years experience working in General Practice. He also has 5 years experience in Emergency Medicine. His specialised field of work is General Medicine.
Spoken languages: Vietnamese and English.
Dr Sandeep Bachireddy
Dr Sharon Hoch
Dr Shima Tajik
Dr. Shima Tajik completed her Doctor of Medicine in 2002 in Iran. She moved to Australia in 2009 with her family. Since then, she has been working as a General Practitioner in rural areas of Tasmania and in rural/metropolitan areas in Melbourne. She has been a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) since 2012.
Dr Shima has a special interest in Women’s, Young Adults’ and Children’s Health, as well as Chronic Disease Management.
She is an affiliated GP to the department of General Practice, Monash University. As a GP supervisor, she provides clinical teaching and supervision to medical students at Clayton Road Doctors and Centre Road Medical Centre. She has also been an examiner of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
Dr Farinaz Mehtari
Dr Farinaz Mehtari completed her Medical Degree in 2005 in Tehran, Iran. She moved to Australia in 2010 to study and work. She is an experienced General Practitioner with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital and health care industry both in Iran and Australia, in rural and metropolitan areas. She is also skilled in clinical research, medical education and emergency medicine.
She has been a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) since 2015.
She speaks Farsi in addition to English.
Dr Farinaz has a special interest in Women, Young Adults, Children’s Health, Skin Disease, Cosmetic Work (Antiwrinkle Injections) and Travel Advice. She also performs minor procedures, including insertion and removal of Implanon and Skin Biopsies as well as Chronic Disease Management.
She enjoys swimming, jogging and interior design in her free time.
Dr Thanujah Yogarajah
Dr Thanujah Yogarajah gained her medical qualifications from Kings College London School of Medicine, London in 2009. She completed her postgraduate training in a variety of specialities before completing her General Practitioner training in the UK and moving to Australia in 2017.
Dr Thanujah is passionate about all aspects of General Practice in particular providing excellent and accessible continuity of care with a holistic approach to all patients. Her specialist interests include Chronic Disease management, Geriatric Medicine and Palliative Medicine.
Dr Thanujah will be participating in a teaching programme for medical students from Monash and Melbourne University in order to inspire the new generation of medical graduates to consider General Practice as a potential and fulfilling career pathway.
Outside of work, Dr Thanujah enjoys practising Vinyasa Flow Yoga, latin/ballroom dancing and discovering more about the wonderful things Melbourne has to offer.
Dr Thanujah looks forward to working with you in partnership to address your health concerns and improve all aspects of your health so that you can lead a well balanced and happy lifestyle.
Dr Anita Nesarajah
Dr Anita Nesarajah is a General Practitioner with a special interest in mental health and sexual health. She is currently completing her national certificate in reproductive and sexual health with family planning Victoria. She believes in treating the patient holistically and working in collaboration with the patient.
Anita has extensive experience working as a GP in Malaysia and moved over to Australia 5 years ago. She was awarded the fellowship of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2018.
In addition to English, Anita speaks fluent Malay.