Dr Frederick Chan
Dr Frederick Chan graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1997 and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners since 2009. After completing medical training as a student at the Austin hospital he has since trained, traveled and worked interstate and in rural Australia, both as a general practitioner and as an emergency department doctor. In 2008, after relocating back to Victoria, he has since settled down and become a general practitioner in the local region. Dr Chan is a provider of shared maternity care with the Mercy and the Royal Women's Hospital. Outside of the clinic, Dr Chan also provides aged care and nursing home visits to his patients, and works at after hours clinics the Austin Hospital Emergency on weekends.
Dr Camilla Vorlander
MBBS BMedSc(Hon) FRACGP
Dr Vorlander completed her MBBS from Monash University in 2012. Since then she worked at Peninsula Health doing a variety of terms in adult medicine, paediatrics, psychiatry and emergency medicine. She completed her GP training through various clinics throughout Victoria. She enjoys the variety that comes with general practice, in particular preventative medicine, and the ability to provide ongoing care for patients in the community setting.
Dr Vorlander has been accredited to provide shared care through the Royal Women’s Hospital and the Mercy Hospital. She has a particular interest in sexual health and preventative medicine. She enjoys the variety that comes with general practice and the ability to provide ongoing care for patients in the community setting.