Graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1976. His qualifications include M.B.,B.S.(Melb), F.R.A.C.G.P, B.Ed(LaTrobe), D.R.A.N.Z.C.O.G. Dr Demediuk specialises in vasectomy procedures, neonatal circumcision, skin cancer detection and surgery. He also practices aviation medicine (he is a member of the Aviation Medical Society and is a Designated Aviation Medical Examiner for the Civil Aviation Safety Authority) and continues his interest in obstetrics.
Dr Sarah Demediuk
MBBS(Melb) B.Pharm(Hons) FRACGP
Dr Sarah Demediuk completed her medical degree at the University of Melbourne. She has her certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine and certificate in Dermoscopy. She subsequently worked at both the Royal Melbourne and Monash Hospitals before specialising in General Practice. Prior to this, Sarah was a pharmacist and worked for 5 years in community pharmacy which has provided a strong knowledge base in the quality use of medicines. Sarah takes a holistic approach to health care and has a strong focus on family medicine and preventative health care. She has special interests in vasectomy surgery and skin cancer medicine and has completed further study in dermoscopy and skin cancer surgery. Other areas on interest include mental health, allergies, asthma, skin conditions and travel medicine.
Dr Danny Le
Doctor Danny graduated from University of Adelaide in 1995. He was rewarded with the Ronald Gray award for the best intern in 1996 at Modbury Hospital. He underwent general practice training in Melbourne with placements at Austin Hospital, Bendigo, Myrtleford and Geelong. Dr Le completed FRACGP Fellowship in 2000. He has been at the clinic since February 1999, and has special interests in Immunisation, Geriatric Medicines, Chronic disease management, Travel medicines, Child and adolescent health, and minor procedures. Dr. Le also works as a principal GP supervisor for gp trainees/registrar from the EV RACGP training program. He’s passionate about COVID-19 vaccination and recently became department of health Vaccination Champion to promote vaccination to the community.
Dr Duncan Savery
Graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1992, then worked at Geelong and Western Hospitals, also obtaining a certificate in Women’s Health. He then spent one year working in England, followed by one year in Katherine in Aboriginal health. Duncan is a strong believer in General Practice and enjoys managing the broad diversity of health issues that a person may experience from birth onwards.
Dr Kenneth Loh
Graduated from the University of New South WaIes in 1996 with the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine (MBBS) and Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Physiology (BSc). He subsequently completed a 3-year Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, which was awarded to him in 2001.
Dr Aranka Zallmann
Completed undergraduate medical course in the Czech Republic where she worked as a paediatric resident in the Childrens hospital. After migrating to Australia she needed to fulfil requirements of Australian Medical council examination and renewed all her qualifications
Dr Zallmann worked as an intern and resident in Box Hill and Dandenong Hospital. She commenced her GP training in 1995 and obtained fellowship of Royal Australian college of General Practitioners in 1997. Her advanced GP training post was granted at Parkmore Medical Centre, where she embraced the atmosphere and camaraderie of all the doctors, receptionists and admin staff and where she remains until to this date.
Dr Zallmann has been attracted to general practice where she can be taking care after the whole families, sometimes even over a few generations. She likes working with all age groups patients. Over the years Dr Zallmann developed a special interest in womens health, paediatrics, geriatrics and mental health. Dr Zallmann prouds herself on being an active participant in jer patients journey and committed to their long term care. Dr Zallmann has a passion in medical aesthetics and would like to evolve this additional interest in to holistic practice to maintain and enhance patients health, sense of well being and a healthy aesthetic appearance.
Dr Jaqueline Barry
Dr Barry graduated from Monash University in 1994, completing the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1999.
She worked in a number of clinics prior to joining Parkmore Medical Centre in November 2007.
Dr Barry enjoys the variety of health issues encountered working in General Practice.
Dr David Sacks
Dr Sacks graduated from The University of Birmingham (UK) in 2001. He subsequently worked in London and South Africa before moving with his family to Australia. He is a fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. His special interest include, family medicine, child health, diabetes management, skin cancer and pain management (PRP). http://www.melbourneprptherapy.com.au/
Dr Chris Walters
Dr. Walters graduated from Melbourne University in 1984 and enjoyed many decades of rural general practice in Warrnambool prior to moving to Melbourne a few years ago. He is able to provide consultations in French if required.
Dr Chris Loh
Dr Christopher Loh
MBBS (Hons.), FRACGP, DCH
Chris graduated from Monash University and subsequently completed his General Practice training. He has completed further post-graduate study in Children’s Health.
Chris enjoys all aspect of General Practice, including preventative healthcare and minor procedures. He believes in an evidence-based and patient-centred approach to improve and maintain health.
In his spare time, Chris enjoys playing hockey, running and spending time with family and friends.
Chris works at Parkmore Medical Centre on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.