Dr Andrew Osborne

M.B.B.S. Uni Monash FRACGP Ba Med Sci

Dr Andrew Osborne

ABN:71 295 897 318

Dr Andrew Osborne studied Medicine at Monash University and also holds a Bachelor in Medical Science. He continued post-graduate training through Southern Health before going on to work as a GP.

Dr Osborne is interested in all areas of family general practice and is proud to be one of the clinic’s owners.

Dr Osborne is a practice supervisor for GP Registrars and an examiner for the RACGP Fellowship exams.

Dr Radhika Sheorey


Dr Radhika Sheorey

ABN 30 837 332 735

Radhika studied medicine at Deakin University in Geelong, graduating in 2012.

Before choosing General Practice as her career, Radhika worked at The Royal Melbourne Hospital and The Royal Women’s Hospital. She was previously a Board Director of MCCC GP training. 

Radhika has an interest in all areas of family medicine, including paediatrics and shared maternity care.

Dr Sheorey is proud to be one of the clinic’s owners, and is a supervisor for GP Registrars.


Dr Raymond Wen


Dr Raymond Wen

ABN: 79 241 988 144

Raymond graduated with honours from the University of Melbourne and subsequently worked at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (and associated rural hospitals) and the Royal Women’s Hospital before embarking on a career in General Practice.

He holds multiple advisory roles involving primary care, including North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (Co-chair General Practice Expert Advisory Group, Clinical Council member), Safer Care Victoria (Cardiac Outcomes Project), Victorian Virtual Emergency Department (Paediatric Advisory Committee), and has participated in various committee roles at the Royal Australia College of General Practitioners in the past.

Raymond is interested in all areas of general practice, but has particular interest in preventative care and mental health.

Dr Wen is proud to be one of the clinic’s owners.

Dr Claire Veith


Dr Claire Veith

ABN: 15 218 701 296

Dr Claire Veith has been working as a GP since 2000. After graduating from Melbourne University in 1994, she worked as an intern and resident doctor at Austin Hospital. During this period she spent six months at the Royal Children's Hospital and six months in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at The Northern Hospital gaining additional experience. Dr Veith holds a Diploma of Obstetrics.

Her particular areas of interest are paediatrics, women's health and depression. In her practice Dr Veith enjoys "getting to know patients and their family members over time and gaining a good understanding of their individual needs."

Dr Veith is a supervisor for GP Registrars.

Dr Amanda Wright


Dr Amanda Wright

ABN:95 973 171 145

Amanda studied medicine at the University of Melbourne after training and working as a registered nurse at Alfred Hospital, Melbourne. She is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has worked in general practice since 1994.

Amanda enjoys working with people of all ages and is particularly interested in women’s health.

Dr Kerryn Gijsbers


Dr Kerryn Gijsbers

ABN 68 984 730 610

Kerryn has been working in general practice since 2004 and has spent 10 years in the NT working in urban and remote communities.

She returned to Melbourne in 2016.

She previously trained in Melbourne at Melbourne University, working at St Vincent’s Hospital, The Mercy Hospital in East Melbourne and Werribee, The Alfred, and The Royal Children’s Hospital. Her GP registrar training was in Mt Martha, Broadmeadows, and Bacchus Marsh.

Kerryn works as a medical educator and examines for the RACGP.

Her medical interests include women’s health, paediatrics, Indigenous health, travel medicine, tropical medicine and chronic disease management.

Dr Amanda Burnside


Dr Amanda Burnside

ABN 70 872 096 883

Amanda graduated Medicine from Deakin University in 2012 and also holds a Bachelor of Medical Science. Since then she has worked in a diverse range of tertiary and regional hospitals and clinics throughout Victoria.

Amanda enjoys working with people of all ages and backgrounds but has a particular interest in Child and Adolescent Health having completed an extended skills training post in paediatrics.

Amanda also works as a clinician on the Victorian Virtual Emergency department and when not working clinically enjoys teaching Medical Students as an Affiliate Senior Clinical Lecturer at Deakin University. Amanda also holds the position of Primary Care Medical Advisor to Ambulance Victoria.

From July 2023 Amanda will be on extended leave while she pursues further study.

Dr Laura Beaton

B Med Sci (Hons), G Dip Sci Comm, MD, FRACGP

Dr Laura Beaton

ABN: 54 781 898 829

Originally from California, Laura graduated with a Doctor of Medicine from The University of Melbourne in 2015. Prior to finding her 'home' in general practice, Laura trained at Royal Melbourne Hospital and Western Health. Before medicine, she worked in biomedical research and science communication.

She has special interests in minor procedures, family planning, preventative medicine, primary care research, medical education and sustainability. Laura is trained in IUD insertion and is availble for bookings for IUD’s.

Laura also works non-clinically as a Lecturer in Primary Care at the Department of General Practice at Melbourne Medical School, The University of Melbourne teaching the next generation of GPs.

Dr Kate Robertson


Dr Kate Robertson

ABN: 11 425 365 030

Kate studied Medicine at The University of Melbourne, graduating in 2011.

She completed several hospital years prior to becoming a GP, including rotations at The Royal Children’s Hospital, Royal Women’s Hospital, Royal Darwin Hospital and Austin Health. She holds a Diploma of Child Health and Diploma of Obstetrics.

She is an accredited shared maternity care provider and performs both copper and Mirena/Kyleena IUD insertions. She enjoys all areas of general practice but has a special interest in paediatrics, women’s health and sexual and reproductive health.

Dr Kirby Campbell-Wood - Registrar

B.E (Enviro), M.Eng. Sci (Civil), MBBS, SCHP

Dr Kirby Campbell-Wood - Registrar

Dr Kirby Campbell-Wood is a GP registrar completing his GP training at East Brunswick Medical Centre this year.

Kirby graduated from medicine at the University of Sydney in 2014 and has also completed the University of Sydney Child Health Program. Since graduating, he has worked in a mix of urban and rural hospitals in both paediatric and adult medicine. He is due to complete a Masters of Public Health and Tropical Medicine degree through James Cook University later this year. Prior to entering medicine, he qualified and worked as a civil engineer.

Kirby enjoys working with patients from all areas of General Practice. Areas of special interest include paediatrics and travel medicine. He is accredited for both Yellow Fever and Q Fever vaccines, and also implanon insertion and removal.

Outside of work, Kirby likes adventure travel, hiking, rock climbing, tennis and swimming.

Dr Rebecca Li - Registrar


Dr Rebecca Li - Registrar

Dr Rebecca Li is a GP registrar continuing her GP specific training at East Brunswick Medical Centre this year.

Rebecca graduated with a Doctor of Medicine from University of Melbourne in 2020. Since then, she has worked at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Royal Women’s Hospital and various rural hospitals including Ballarat and Wangaratta. She then commenced General Practice training in 2023.

Rebecca has special interests in child and adolescent health, women’s health, sexual health and mental health.