Our Doctors

 

Our Doctors

 

 Our doctors have broad general practice experience, each complemented by having special interest areas. Many of our doctors also have roles beyond consulting at the clinic, including teaching medical students, examining for university and specialist college examinations, representation on various committees and boards, and working in hospitals. They consult in shared overlapping shifts during weekdays and participate in a rotating roster on Saturday mornings.

 

 

Dr Robert Hosking  MBBS, DRANZCOG, GradCertHealthInformatics, FRACGP.

Dr Rob Hosking

Dr Rob Hosking is a permanent full-time specialist General Practitioner and founding partner of the practice. A graduate of Melbourne University, he is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and holds the Diploma of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. He is a Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) with admitting rights at the Bacchus Marsh Hospital. Rob has special interests in men's health (including performing vasectomies), women's health, antenatal care, paediatrics and skin conditions. He is actively involved in training Registrars as a Medical Supervisor of the post-graduate General Practice Training Program, is a Senior Clinical Lecturer at the Deakin University School of Medicine, and has mentored medical students as part of the John Flynn Scholarship Program. Rob is a past examiner for the Fellowship examination of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and has a keen interest in the use of computers in general practice, having previously completed a Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics from Monash University. He holds memberships in the e-Health and Practice Systems Expert Committee of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and the National Prescribing Service e-Health and Decision Support Advisory Group.

 

Dr Woodrow Wu  MBBS, DRANZCOG, GradDipFamMed, GradDipRural, MFM(Clin), DCH, FRACGP, FACRRM, FARGP.

Dr Woody Wu

Dr Woody Wu is a permanent full-time specialist General Practitioner and partner of The Elms, and has been at the practice since 1999. He is a graduate of Melbourne University, and is a Fellow of both the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine. He is a Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) with admitting rights at the Bacchus Marsh Hospital, and participates in the roster for the urgent care centre at the hospital. Woody holds the Diploma of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and has interests in women's and men's health, orthopaedics, and paediatrics. He is a Medical Supervisor involved with training Registrars in the post-graduate General Practice Training Program, and is a former mentor for both the Rural Australia Medical Undergraduate Scholarship (RAMUS) Scheme and the National Rural Faculty of the RACGP. Woody is an examiner for the Fellowship examination of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and a Senior Clinical Lecturer and examiner at the Deakin University School of Medicine. He has completed a Graduate Diploma in Family Medicine, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Rural General Practice/Fellowship in Advanced Rural General Practice, and has a Masters degree in Family Medicine through Monash University. He has also achieved the Diploma in Child Health through The Children's Hospital, Westmead and The University of Sydney.

 

Dr Anmar Naoum  MBChB, DGO, FRACGP.

Dr Anmar Naoum

Dr Anmar Naoum is a permanent full-time specialist General Practitioner and started at The Elms in March 2013. She obtained her medical degree at Al-Mustansiriyah University in Baghdad, Iraq, and has also completed a post-graduate Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Al-Mustansiriyah University, and a Fellowship of the Iraqi Board for Medical Specialisation in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and is a Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) with admitting rights at the Bacchus Marsh Hospital. She has previously practiced as an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist overseas, and her interests include women's health, dermatology and chronic disease management.

 

Dr Amit Kumar  MD.

Dr Amit Kumar

Dr Amit Kumar started permanent full-time practice at The Elms in November 2013 and received his degree as a Doctor of Medicine from the Stavropol State Medical Academy in Russia. He is currently undertaking studies toward completing his specialist qualifications in general practice, and has previously completed a post-graduate diploma in anaesthesia and intensive care awarded by the Northern State Medical University, also in Russia. He is a Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) with admitting rights at the Bacchus Marsh Hospital. He has interests in men's health, acute and emergency care, mental health, paediatrics and chronic disease management.

 

Dr Sue Lee  MBBS, DRANZCOG, FRACGP.

Dr Sue Lee

Dr Sue Lee is a permanent specialist General Practitioner and commenced full-time practice at The Elms in February 2014. She graduated from Monash University and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, as well as holding the Diploma of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. She is a Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) with admitting rights at the Bacchus Marsh Hospital. Sue has interests in women's health, pregnancy care, paediatrics and performing minor skin procedures.

 

Dr Ayesha Munir  MBBS, FRACGP.

Dr Ayesha Munir

Dr Ayesha Munir is a permanent specialist General Practitioner who commenced at The Elms in August 2014. She graduated from Allama Iqbal Medical College in Lahore, Pakistan, and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Ayesha is a Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) with admitting rights at the Bacchus Marsh Hospital. She has a particular interest in women's health, aged care and palliative care.

Ayesha currently works part-time.

 

Dr Ummu Rauf  MBBS, DCH, DRANZCOG, FRACGP.

Dr Ummu Rauf

Dr Ummu Rauf is a permanent specialist general practitioner who commenced practice at The Elms in February 2015. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and obtained her undergraduate medical degree from Nishtar Medical College, Pakistan. Ummu has also completed the Diploma in Child Health through The Children's Hospital, Westmead and The University of Sydney, and the Diploma of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. She is a Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) with admitting rights at the Bacchus Marsh Hospital. Her interests include paediatrics, women's health, obstetrics and emergency medicine.

Ummu currently works part-time.

 

Dr Carmen Lei  MBBS, DCH.

Dr Carmen Lei

Dr Carmen Lei graduated from Monash University and has been practicing full-time at The Elms since February 2017. She is a registrar in the General Practice Training Program studying towards the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has completed a Diploma in Child Health through the Children's Hospital, Westmead and the University of Sydney. Previously Carmen has worked at Bendigo Hospital and the Monash Medical Centre, as well as general practice placements in Bendigo and Swan Hill.  Carmen has interests in paediatrics, women's health, and aged care.

 

Dr Syed Hussain  BSc, MBBS.

Dr Syed Hussain

Dr Syed Hussain is a medical graduate from Monash University and started full-time practice at The Elms in August 2017. He is a registrar in the General Practice Training Program studying towards the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Syed has also completed a Bachelor of Science from Melbourne University. Prior to commencing at The Elms, Syed completed his first general practice placement in Horsham, and before that, rotations in medical and surgical specialties at The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Box Hill Hospital, Northern Hospital, and Sunshine Hospital. He has special interests in minor skin surgery and Indigenous health.

 

 

Specialist General Practice

The qualification of Fellowship in either the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, or the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine, recognises that a medical practitioner has specialised in the area of Primary Care and Family Medicine. Acknowledging the central role of the General Practitioner in the care of communities, the Australian Government and Australian Medical Council have deemed that General Practice is an academic discipline and specialty in its own right. Hence as with every other medical or surgical specialty, all current medical graduates who choose Primary Care and Family Medicine must complete formal post-graduate training to become recognised as specialist General Practitioners.  Overseas, General Practitioners are also known as Family Physicians.

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Visiting Specialist Practitioners

The Elms has several visiting specialist practitioners who offer a range of advanced medical and surgical services.

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Visiting Specialists

 

 

 

 

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