In September 2022, SBM welcomes
Dr Aditi Kulkarni to the South Barwon Medical family.
Dr Kulkarni lives in Geelong, and is passionate about our community and community health outcomes.
She has worked at Barwon Health for many years, and also draws on her experience gained in working in hospitals interstate and in rural Victoria.
She enjoys all aspects of general practice.
MBChB FRACGP DFSRH PGDipDiab
Dr Poole enjoys all aspects of general practice, especially optimising chronic illness and promoting healthy living.
Graduated at the University of Melbourne in 1984. He completed a diploma of Obstetrics in 1998.
Graduated at the University of Melbourne in 1984. He completed a diploma of Obstetrics in 1988. He has been working in General Practice in Geelong since 1990. Dr Howell’s special interests include family / paediatric / women’s / men’s care, skin, ENT and general medicine.
M.B.B.S., Dip. R.A.C.O.G.
Elizabeth Maclean has been GP in the region for over 20 years.
She is a proud local, who was born and raised in Geelong. She studied medicine at Monash University, has a Diploma of Obstetrics and gynaecology, and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She is also a GP training supervisor, and a Deakin medical school examiner.
She enjoys the variety that working in general practice offers, treating patients of all ages. She has a particular interest in preventive care, women’s health and adolescent health.
When not working, she enjoys keeping fit, singing and spending time with her family.
She is currently working on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Dr Condilis, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – Deakin University
Dr Anthea Condilis has been a general practitioner in Geelong & the Bellarine since 2017 after doing residencies in the region and completing her studies at Deakin Medical School. She has an interest in all things general practice, especially preventative health, and helping her patients achieve positive healthy outcomes.
Outside of her work, Anthea enjoys travelling and bush walking."
FRACGP, MBBS, B Eng (Chemical) Hon, B Sci, Certificate in PB Nutrition.
Dr Gurung graduated from Kathmandu University in 2010.
Dr Gurung completed his Diploma in Child Health from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) in the UK in 2017, and qualified as a GP from the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) in the UK in 2019.
Dr Madeleine Miller graduated from the University of Birmingham Medical School, UK
Dr Madeleine Miller graduated from the University of Birmingham Medical School, UK, in 2011 and qualified as a GP from the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2018. She has recently moved to Australia with her young family. Dr Miller enjoys the daily variety of general practice and is particularly interested in child health and palliative care
Anne has recently settled in the area with her young family.
She graduated with her Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery degree at The University of Melbourne in 2015. Since then, she has gained experience at various hospitals and clinics in Melbourne and continues to do the occasional Emergency Department shift.
Anne believes in a holistic approach to enriching health and wellbeing, which has been reinforced by her studies in Public Health and training as a student at the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service.
Anne has special interests in Sexual Health and Travel & Expedition Medicine, but loves to listen and care for people whatever their needs are.
Accredited provider for:
• Medical Terminations of Pregnancy (<9 weeks)
• Yellow Fever Vaccination
• Implanon insertion and removal
• Pre-exposure HIV prophylaxis
Outside of General Practice, Anne loves being in the bush - running, climbing, mountaineering, bike riding, and joining in with locals to restore natural areas. She also enjoys exploring the local beaches with her family and recycling materials to make useful things for around the home.
MBBS FRNZCGP PGCertHsc (Women’s health University of Auckland)
Zulaiha grew up in Sri Lanka and completed her postgraduate training in NZ prior to moving to Australia. Prior to specialising in Family medicine, she worked as a Medical registrar in Auckland, and completed her Basic training in internal medicine. She has a special interest in Women’s health, Geriatrics and Chronic health care. She is very passionate about providing patient centred services to promote good health and well-being
She also enjoys teaching and worked as a medical educator for the RNZCGP.
Zulaiha lives in Geelong and enjoys singing, baking and spending time with her family.