Bill is a specialist GP with additional qualifications in anaesthetics. He has spent many years caring for the community of Seymour. Bill has an interest in aviation medicine and he is one of the senior doctors of the clinic.
Dr Amit Singh
Dr Singh originally trained in India and completed a Diploma of Public Health at Deakin University. He has worked in Australia since 2008 and has an interest in psychiatry. He is training to become a specialist GP with the Royal Australian College of General Practice.
Dr Reshan Godwin
Dr Godwin comes to us from Sri Lanka having studied medicine in St Petersburg, Russia. He has started his studies to become a specialist GP with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Dr Amali Pathagamage
Dr Amali Pathagamage also comes to us from Sri Lanka after graduating from St Petersburg Pavlov State Medical University in Russia in 1998. She is now training to become a specialist GP with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Dr Uthpala Wijetunge
Dr Wijetunge graduated with a medical degree from the University of Colombo in Sri Lanka in 1999. She completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Family Medicine at the same university in 2008. Now she is training to become a specialist GP with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
The Clinic participates in the training of medical students from the University of Melbourne and other training centres. We enjoy having students working along side us and value their contribution to our team. From time to time you may be invited to assist with the education of these students by allowing them to share in your care. This is always your choice and you are free to decline.
The Nursing Team
Seymour Medical Clinic has four nurses involved in all aspects of primary health care. Sarah, Amy, and Marie staff the treatment room providing urgent and routine patient care. This includes wound management, spirometry, vaccinations, travel health services, health assessments, ECG, audiometry, employment checks, and chronic disease management.
Diane coordinates the health assessments for our patients who are aged 75 or over. This is a yearly assessment which is usually done in the home. The program aims to ensure our senior patients are supported to maintain their well being and quality of life in their own homes. Diane also carries out health assessments for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients on request.
Jen looks after the Coordinated Veterans' Care (CVC) Program sponsored by the Department of Veterans' Affairs. The program is a coordinated health care model for eligible Gold Card holders. A personalised comprehensive care plan is created and delivered through an ongoing partnership between the veteran, the GP, and the nurse coordinator.
A great deal of work goes on behind the scenes in our busy clinic to provide an efficient working environment for the medical team, and healthy outcomes for our patients. Our team includes many long term employees with valuable knowledge and experience.
For operational management a team-based approach has been developed. Rebecca O'Loughlin is the Practice Manager and Naomi Dudley is the Finance Officer. IJ Halicki coordinates reception and Sarah Pyle is the lead nurse.
Please address initial inquires about the practice to Rebecca via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The reception staff are very hard working and committed group coordinated by Inderjit, who is known to most of us as IJ. The team includes Carol, Kerrie, Dahna, Dawn, Rosey, Kathie, Annie & Ebony.