OBSTETRICIAN & GYNECOLOGIST - DR DAYA JAYASINGHE
Dr Daya Jayasinghe is a consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist, and an adjunct lecturer in Monash University
CARDIOLOGIST - DR KON PROFITIS
Dr Kon Profitis is a Cardiologist with expertise in all areas of echocardiography and general cardiology and has a special interest in valvular heart disease, heart failure and cardiovascular risk assessment. He has also been involved in clinical research and teaching, and holds the position of Honorary Clinical Tutor with the University of Melbourne. He has appointments at Box Hill Hospital and the Austin Hospital and also speaks Greek fluently.
ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON - MR AMIROEL B RAZIF
Mr Amiroel Razif has special interest in trauma; and hip and knee replacements. He speaks fluent Indonesian (Malay)
GASTROENTEROLOGIST, HEPATOLOGIST & ENDOSCOPIST - DR SOLEIMAN KASHKOOLI
Dr Soleimon Kashkooli received his internal medicine training at Eastern Health in Melbourne, and completed his Gastroenterology and Hepatology training at Concord Hospital in Sydney. He undertook a fellowship in inflammatory bowel disease and advanced endoscopy in Toronto, Canada where he was also involved with the management of Colorectal Anastomotic strictures using endoscopic Balloon Dilation. He has published several papers in international famous journal. Dr Kashkooli is passionate about public education on medical topics. He speaks fluent Farsi (Persian).
DIETICIAN - ELLA MONAGHAN
Ella Monaghan graduated from the Master of Dietetics in 2016 from Deakin University, and also completed the Bachelor of Food and Nutrition in 2014. Since graduating, she has worked within her own practice at Soldier On specialising in military and veterans health. Ella is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and is fully registered with the Dietitians Association of Australia. She is available to provide individual consultations to provide people with practical and realistic support to assist in improving dietary choices and various health/medical conditions such as; weight management, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and allergies/intolerances.