DR PAUL O’HALLORAN
MB BS, MRACGP, Asthma & Sports Medicine
Dr Paul O’Halloran graduated from Melbourne University in 1983, with post graduate training at the Austin Hospital in Heidelberg. Paul joined Wingrove Medical Clinic in 1986, and undertook further training in occupational health with the RACGP in 1988. He continues to have an active interest in managing asthma, sporting injuries, and diabetes. Paul is married with three children.
DR CATE PORTER
Dr Cate Porter joined Wingrove Medical Clinic in 2013. Cate did several degrees at Melbourne University before settling on a career in medicine in 2003. She was previously a secondary teacher of languages and psychology. Cate has completed a Diploma in Child Health through the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney, and enjoys seeing children and adolescents of all ages. She also has an interest in health education and preventative medicine for both women and men. Cate lives locally and is actively involved in her children’s school and sporting activities.
DR BARBARA OLDMEADOW
Dr Barbara Oldmeadow completed her medical degree at the University of Newcastle in 1998, after a Bachelor of Science (in chemistry) at the University of Melbourne in 1993. She has a Diploma of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, meaning that she can undertake the shared care of pregnant patients in conjunction with Mercy, Women’s, Sunshine, Northern, and Box Hill hospitals. She joined Wingrove Medical Clinic in 2008 and enjoys being part of the management since 2014, along with Paul and Cate.
DR ANDREW DONALD
MB BS FRACGP M. Epi
Dr Andrew Donald has been practicing at Wingrove Medical Clinic since 1998. He graduated from Melbourne University in 1984 and achieved his General Practice Fellowship in 1994. Andrew followed this up with a Master of Epidemiology, completed in 2009. His main areas of specialty include diabetes management, children’s health, preventative health, and epidemiology. Originally from Sydney, Andrew has lived in Melbourne since 1973 and is married with three children.
DR WENDY LEE
Dr Wendy Lee graduated from Monash University in 1994. She has worked in general practice since 1997, and completed her formal training in 2002. She also completed a Master of Public Health in 2004. Wendy has a strong interest in sexual and reproductive health, as well as mental health. She is also developing an interest in aged care and is affiliated with the Westgarth Nursing Home. Born a Malaysian, Wendy is a proud Australian who loves reading crime fiction, walking, cooking and spending time with her family. She can speak a little Mandarin but is currently enjoying learning French. Wendy is married with two young children.
DR CASEY CHAN
Dr Casey Chan graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1998. He completed his post graduate training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Royal Childrens Hospital, and Western Hospital. He attained his General Practice Fellowship in 2003 as the highest scoring candidate in Victoria. Since then, he has enjoyed working in general practice, caring for patients both young and old.
DR STEPHANIE MULLER
M BBS (Hons), FRACGP , BA , B.App.Sci (Phty)
Dr Stephanie Muller joined Wingrove Medical Clinic in 2016. Stephanie studied at Melbourne University and has also completed a BA. Stephanie was previously a Physiotherapist. Stephanie enjoys the variety of General Practice, and is also a Shared Care Practitioner.
DR EMILY TAYLES
MB BS , FRACGP
Dr Emily Tayles graduated from Monash University in 1999. After dabbling in a few medical specialities she decided upon a career in General Practice. She was awarded her fellowship in 2006, scoring in the top 1% in the state in the fellowship exam.She has worked in this area as a GP for the last 12 years, and is particularly interested in Women’s and Children’s Health. Emily lives locally with her husband and two small boys. She loves coffee, cooking, travel and books, and is currently obsessed with Scandidrama.