Dr. R Yu
MBBS, M Fam Med., FRACGP, FACRRM
Dr. R Yu obtained his MBBS degree in 1982. He also gained some post graduate experience in United Kingdom.
He completed his Family Physician Training in 1996 in South Africa. He also obtained a Post Graduate Certificate in Managing Health and Welfare in South Africa from Sheffield Hallam University in 1999 and Master of Family Medicine Degree in 2002.
After moving to Australia in 2003, he has been awarded Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2006. He was also granted Fellowship of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine in 2006. He is a Medical Educator at RACGP Victoria Faculty since 2007 performing roles of Clinical Examiner. He is also a General Practice Supervisor with RACGP.
He has special interests in Family Medicine, Child Health, General Practice Training and teaching medical students.
Dr. Aung Gyi
MBBS, DHSM, M Fam Med., FACRRM, FRACGP
Dr. Aung Gyi obtained his MBBS degree in 1985. He completed his Family Physician Training in 1996 in South Africa.
He also obtained Postgraduate Diploma in Health Services Management in 2000 and Master of Family Medicine Degree in 2002. After moving to Australia in 2005, he has been awarded Fellowship of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine in 2006. He was also granted Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2007.
He is a Medical Educator at RACGP Victoria Faculty since 2008 performing roles of Clinical Examiner. He is also a General Practice Supervisor with RACGP.
He has special interests in Obstetrics, Family Medicine and Minor Surgery.
Dr. Aye Aye Aung
MBBS, AMC, FRACGP
Dr. Aye Aye Aung obtained her MBBS degree in 2005. She gained post graduate experience in Medical and Surgical wards for about 6 years. She has been working in General Practice for 7 years. She has been awarded Australian Medical Council Certificate in 2012. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
She has special interests in Women's Health, Maternal & Child Health and General Practice.
She can communicate in English, Burmese and Mandarin.
Dr. Nyan Lynn
Dr. Nyan Lynn is a Neurologist, Clinical Neurophysiologist and General Physician. He is also a clinical lead and supervisor for neurophysiology at the Sunshine Hospital and visiting physician (General Medicine) at the University Hospital Geelong (UHG).
He completed his neurology training at UGH and the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH), with a fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology at RMH.
His special interests are headache and neuromuscular conditions, particularly peripheral neuropathies and myaesthenia gravis.
He consults and offers neurophysiology services (nerve conduction studies and electromyography) for the diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders and Botulinum toxin (Botox) therapies for various conditions including hyperhidrosis, chronic migraine, blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm and cervical dystonia.
Dr. Pooja Halasagi
Dr. Pooja Halasagi was trained in Gold Coast, Queensland before graduating from Bond University with a degree in Doctor of Medicine. She then went on to complete her internship at Blacktown Hospital in New South Wales, followed by residency training at Monash Health. She completed the Sydney Child Health Program in 2021 and is currently undertaking speciality training in general practice.
Esther Zo Par Iang
Esther obtained her Bachelor of Nursing degree from Victoria University.
She had many clinical training as a nurse in different health sectors.
She has special interests in community health, mental health and Patients education.
Language spoken: Mizo chin, Hakha chin, Falam chin, Hindi and English
Christina received her Bachelor of Nursing degree from The University of Wollongong and completed her graduate year as a Registered Nurse at The Wollongong Hospital in the Paediatric and Orthopaedic Surgical wards. In addition, Christina also has had clinical training and experience in a general practice.
Her interests include paediatrics, family and community health.
Languages spoken: English and Karenni.
Location – 59 Hopkins Street, Footscray VIC 3011
Operation hours – 7 days a week from 9AM to 6PM (Closed for lunch from 1 pm to 2 pm, closed on public holidays)
Contact Number: 9687 2544
Fax: 9687 8448