Dr Scott Fifield


Dr Fifield was born in Sydney and has lived in Fiji, Adelaide and Melbourne.
Having obtained his undergraduate degree through Monash University, Dr Fifield subsequently obtained a Diploma in Obstetrics and the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He also has an interest in Aviation Medicine, having obtained the Australian Certificate of Civil Aviation Medicine.

Dr Fifield provides a full range of General Practice services, from Antenatal Care and Pediatrics through to Aged Care.
Other medical interests include Practice Management and work as a General Practice surveyor for practices wishing to obtain or maintain Accreditation status.
Outside of Medicine, his interests include Family (3 children), Life Saving, swimming, jogging, travel and learning guitar.

Dr Mark Mclean


Dr Mark Mclean graduated from Monash University in 1989 and has post graduate qualifications in rural medicine and is a Fellow of the College of General Practitioners.

He has lived and worked on the Southern Peninsula for 18 years and has established his family life here .
Outside of work he is a very keen cyclist and golfer . He and his wife also run and coach a number of Basketball teams for the local area and their children.

Dr Simon Pilbrow


Dr Pilbrow was born in Oxford UK, but has lived in Melbourne for most of his life, and graduated from Monash University in 1985. After hospital years at Alfred Hospital, he spent four years 1988-1991 in colon cancer research at Monash University Dept Biochemistry, completing a PhD in 1993. He also worked part time in general practice during these years, joining SPFM in 1988 as a locum GP, and has been in full time general practice there since 1992. He obtained his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1996. His medical interests are within the full range of family general practice and enjoys seeing patients of all ages, and he enjoys working with his colleagues and staff. He was also involved in the post-bushfire medical clinic at Kinglake after Black Saturday, and for five years was guest GP on a community radio health program.

He is married with two adult sons and his interests include music (plays jazz piano), reading, gardening, jogging.

Dr Meera Ramanan


Dr Meera Ramanan graduated in Medicine from India and moved to England to pursue her post graduate studies. She commenced her  training in Psychiatry in Leicester, England following which she entered into General Practice training. This  provided her with all round experience in General Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Paediatrics in hospitals across London. After gaining membership with the Royal College of General Practitioners she also completed her Diploma in Family Planning. She worked as a GP in London for 5 years before moving to Australia with her family. Dr Ramanan has also obtained Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Ramanan has a varied and wide mix of clinical and patient-care skills. She is interested in all aspects of general practice and is particularly passionate about mental health, women’s health, preventive medicine and lifestyle management. She practices medicine with the purpose of supporting her patients to achieve their goals of physical and emotional well being.

Dr Ramanan is well versed in speaking English, Tamil and Hindi. She is  a mother of two  and her interests include movies, following cricket, cooking, travelling and keeping fit.


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