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Meet Our Team

Dr Martin Fox

Dr Nicholas Alfieri

Dr Kirsty Dunhill

Welcome To Southbank Medical Centre

Welcome to Southgate Medical Centre. We are located on the outskirts of Melbourne’s CBD, We are a private billing, doctor owned practice with a small team of registered and highly experienced Southbank doctors. We are committed to providing a high quality primary health care to all of our patients and welcome any new patients. We have long session times and do not rush appointments.

Founded by Doctor Martin Fox in 2001, Southbank Medical Centre connects patients to a dedicated team of Southbank doctors, seeking to provide:

– Continuity and consistency of care

– Individualised whole person care

– Maintaining the highest professional clinical and ethical standards

Our team have a broad range of clinical experience and professional expertise, including women’s and men’s health, vaccination and travel health. We pride ourselves on quality of care and understand how important it is to provide a safe space for patients to receive the highest quality of care.

We are also associated with many local specialists, making referrals and extended visits pain free. If you are looking for a Southbank Doctor that provides quality care with commitment and compassion, feel free to give us a call and chat with one of our friendly staff members. It is our policy to maintain the security of your personal information at all times. Please see our Privacy Statement for more information.

Southbank Doctor

Dr Martin Fox

Graduating from Monash University in 1977, Dr. Martin Fox is one of our lead Southbank Doctors.

His post-graduate qualifications include Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Certificate of Travel Health of the International Society of Travel Medicine and is also a member of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners….. Read More

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Dr Nick Alfieri

Joining our Southgate team in 2008, Nick has become one of our most popular and respected members of our medical team.

Graduating from the Faculty of Medicine at Adelaide University in 1994, Nick is also a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners….. Read More

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Dr Kirsty Dunhill

Graduating from Monash University medical school in 1993, Kirsty is one of our most respect Melbourne doctors.

She is a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and has completed further training in Women’s Health and Travel Medicine…..Read More

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Dr Jeet Garud

Jeet completed his vocational training in General Practice in the UK. He is Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General practitioners.

Jeet is passionate about the prevention and treatment of skin cancer…..Read More

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