MBBS Dip.RACOG FRACGP
Dr Mark Epstein graduated from Monash University in 1981 and after extensive hospital experience has worked at the Warrandyte Road Clinic for over 25 years. His post-graduate qualifications include the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and the Diploma of the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
He enjoys all aspects of General Practice including adult and paediatric medicine. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf and tennis, travelling, reading and watching sport, especially the mighty Hawks!
Dr Michael Mackay gained his medical degree in 1986 and completed the Dip. RACOG in 1989 before entering the family medicine program.
He enjoys all aspects of family medical care and has special interests in paediatrics and pregnancy care.
Outside of medicine, he enjoys playing golf, relaxing on the beach and spending time with his family.
Dr Philip McKenzie graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1988, and was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1993.
He has been a full-time GP at Warrandyte Road Clinic since 1993. His practice covers all facets of general practice with a particular interest in cardiology.
Outside of medicine, he is passionate about sport of all kinds and travelling. He is married with children.
MBBS FRACGP DRANZCOG DSCS
Dr Jason Oh graduated from the University of Melbourne and worked at the Austin Hospital and the Mercy Hospital for Women for several years before entering general practice. He gained the Diploma of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2005 and the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2007.
He enjoys all facets of general practice but has interests in antenatal pregnancy care, mens health and skin cancer surgery.
He has been involved in teaching medical students and was on the board of examiners for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He was honorary secretary of the Australian Chinese Medical Association and served on the council of the Australian Medical Association (Victoria) until 2013.
In his spare time, he enjoys running, mountain climbing and helping out in the developing world.
Dr Adrian Rizio graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1974. He enjoys all aspects of general practice but has special interests in cardiology and gastroenterology.
He has been on the medical advisory board of Ringwood Private Hospital for over 25 years.
He is fluent in Italian. Outside of medicine, he enjoys travelling, European history, photography and constructing woodwork for his grandchildren.
On maternity leave from March 2018
Dr Joanne Ung graduated from University of Adelaide in 2008. She spent 2 years working at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in general medicine, surgery, emergency medicine, the stroke unit and general practice. She then went on to obtain her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
She enjoys all aspects of general practice including paediatrics, women's health (including implanon insertion & removal), family medicine and preventative health. During her spare time, she enjoys playing the piano and tennis.
Dr Philip Fung arrived in Australia from Hong Kong in 1963 and gained his medical degree from Monash University in 1970. He was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1979 and was a partner at Warrandyte Road Clinic from 1976 till 2013.
He enjoys all facets of general medicine, caring for patients from birth to late age. In addition to his work at the clinic, he cares for patients at their homes and consults regularly at several nursing homes in the Ringwood area. He often provides palliative care for terminally ill patients in their homes. He now works 3 days a week as well as some Saturdays. He is fluent in English and Cantonese.
Outside of medicine, Dr Fung enjoys spending time with his 3 children and 7 grandchildren. He is a keen Essendon supporter, plays golf regularly (although he's still waiting for the perfect swing!) and enjoys opera, classical music and reading.
MBBS FRACGP DRANZCOG Dip.Child Health
Dr Esther Dang graduated from Monash University in 2007 and worked in various hospitals, including Eastern Health and Monash Medical Centre during her residency years. She has a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology as well as a Diploma in Child Health via the Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
She prides herself on her compassionate and professional approach and enjoys all facets of general practice, with special interests in paediatrics and women’s health.
Dr Nikit (Nick) Chawda graduated from Monash University in 2010, after which he undertook a wide range of training at Eastern Health. He obtained the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Practitioners (FRACGP) in early 2018.
Dr Nick enjoys all aspects of family medicine and provides a friendly and non-judgmental approach to General Practice. He is looking to further his involvement in education of junior doctors and become more involved with the Royal Australian College of GPs.
In his spare time he enjoys walking his dogs, spending time with friends, and travelling the world.
BTech(Hons), BHB, MBChB, FRACGP, DipChildHealth, ClinDipPallMed
Having trained in urban and rural New Zealand and Australia, Dr Teo has a holistic approach to healthcare. Beyond general practice, he has interests in child/adolescent health, chronic disease management, sexual health, gay men’s health and palliative care.
He can perform minor surgical procedures (including biopsy/removal of skin lesions, ingrown toenail wedge resection and Implanon insertion/removal). In his spare time, Dr Teo enjoys running, hiking, cooking, photography and singing.
MBBS FRACGP DRANZCOG DSCS
Dr Kristina Flego graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2000. She spent 5 years in the public hospital system as a resident working in a variety of different areas of medical practice, before completing her Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Mercy Hospital for Women in 2006. She then entered general practice, gaining the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2008 and completing a Masters of Public Health at the University of Sydney in 2010.
She enjoys all facets of general practice but has interests in antenatal pregnancy care and women's health.