Dr Mark Medlicott
Mark Medlicott moved to Australia from the UK in December 2005 and married in Australia in November 2006. Mark’s wife is originally from the Mornington Peninsula.
Mark completed his GP training in the UK where there was an emphasis on listening to patients and involving them in making decisions about their health, as well as keeping up-to-date with all the latest advances. Mark also worked as a GP physician for three years at the Angliss Hospital.
Mark’s medical interests are varied but he particularly enjoys children’s health.
Dr Antoni Gelabert-Ferrer
LMC (Spain) F.R.A.C.G.P
Dr Antoni Gelabert-Ferrer graduated in 1991 and has over 11 years experience as a General Practitioner in Tasmania, with special interests in seniors health care.
He speak English, Catalan and Spanish.
Dr Kaye Weiner
Over 30 years GP experience in women’s health, children’s health and general medicine.
Dr Kaye also enjoys gardening, hiking and the out doors.
Dr Hazel Addison
I trained at the University of Edinburgh, graduating in 1998, before completing hospital jobs in Australia and the UK. I finished GP training in 2005 and gained the MRCGP. I was a GP partner in a practice in Scotland for 7 years, but relocated to Australia in 2013 with my family. I have been working on the Mornington Peninsula since – in general practice, skin cancer medicine and Emergency Medicine.I am also a IUD and Implanon Fitter. I hold fellowship of the RACGP, and have a diploma of child health and a diploma from the faculty of family planning in the UK. I have completed certificates in skin cancer medicine and surgery. I live on the Peninsula with my husband and 2 children, and a mad cocker spaniel. I enjoy running (as does the dog) and cooking and I recently started playing violin again after a 20 year break, and play with the Frankston Symphony Orchestra.
Allied Health Professionals
Fully registered as a psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Association (AHPRA) since 2008, Liz has completed a Master’s degree in Health Psychology at Monash University, and also a Supervised Practice Plan in Darwin and Melbourne.
Liz has 19 years of counselling experience, and has worked with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds and a broad range of ages in individual and group settings. In addition to seeing private patients at Red Hill Medical Centre and at the Humphries Road Medical Centre in Frankston South, Liz provides on-site psychological therapeutic care to children ranging in age from 5 – 12 years, at several Peninsula based primary schools.
Liz has worked with a range of presenting problems including health related concerns, chronic pain, depression and anxiety disorders, stress management, life stage and adjustment difficulties, grief and loss, and behavioural disorders.
Liz’s approach to presenting problems is to examine the biological, psychological, and social components that underpin the issues presented by clients. She takes an integrative approach to counselling, and uses evidence based therapies including client-centred, cognitive behavioural, acceptance and commitment, and strength based therapies.
Liz has a strong interest in positive psychology, and uses a collaborative, practical approach to assist clients to achieve personally important goals and improve their quality of life.