Dr Jane Crowe graduated from Monash University with Honours in 1986 and has a Masters in General Practice Psychiatry. Jane has worked at Deepdene Surgery since 1989 and enjoys all aspects of family medicine. She also works at Epworth Prostate Centre involved in the care of men with advanced prostate cancer. Jane is on the organising committee for the Australian Prostate Cancer Conference and the Prostate Cancer World Congress. She has a keen interest in primary care research and is on the Melbourne University VicRen committee. If not at work Jane can be found playing tennis, painting or travelling with her family somewhere.
MMBS, FRCGP, DCH
Dr Myuri Kantharajah graduated from Medicine in 2012 and since then, has also completed her Diploma of Child Health as well as certificate in Primary Care Skin
Dr Myuri has spent the last 5 years gaining valuable experience working in rural
Victoria and is now moving back to Melbourne to be close to family.
Myuri enjoys seeing patients from a variety of different areas of general practice such as family medicine, chronic disease and preventative health. Myuri also enjoys providing continuity of care to the local community and being involved in maintaining the health of her patients proactively through all stages of her life.
In her spare time Myuri likes spending time with her family, baking and travelling.
Dr Precious McGuire graduated from the University of Queensland in 1986 and trained at the Mater Hospital including 18 months in paediatrics and neonatology. She has worked as a GP in Qld, WA, NSW and Victoria. Precious practices holistic whole of life medicine. She is able to provide antenatal shared care and she has completed level two mental health training, She is also an associate VMO for Hospital in the Home with St Vincent’s Hospital, has an aged care practice and is a clinical editor for HealthPathways Melbourne. When not working Precious loves doing absolutely nothing especially if there is an ocean view.
Dr Janey Sklovsky graduated from University of Melbourne in 1976. She was an intern at the Austin Hospital in 1977 then spent 18 months at Queen Vic doing paediatrics and her Diploma of Obstetrics. She was then a ship’s doctor to Antarctica followed by 12 months as a GP at Colac and Apollo Bay. She started working at Deepdene Surgery in 1982. She is interested in all aspects of general practice including men’s and women’s health, paediatrics, mental health and chronic disease management. Janey works late on a Monday evening to accommodate the “working well”. When not working her interests are reading, music, tennis, bushwalking, rock art and socialising.
Graduated from Medicine in 2003. Initially worked in the field of emergency medicine and internal medicine. Also has worked closely with eating disorder outreach service at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and has a special interest in this area. Jayshree enjoys all aspects of general practice including paediatrics, elderly health, antenatal shared care, chronic disease management and adolescent health. She also has two children and loves to travel in her spare time.
Dr Susan Knights graduated from Melbourne University in 1987 and obtained her fellowship from The Royal Australian College of General Practice in 1995. All aspects of general practice interest her but she is particularly interested in the health of the older person, women’s health and paediatrics. Susan is also experienced in travel medicine.
Dr Nicole Moriarty completed her Doctorate of Psychology in 2004 and is registered as a Clinical Psychologist with the Psychologists Board of Australia. She is also a full member of the Australian Psychological Society. Dr Moriarty has worked at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Eastern Health and in private practice working with both adolescents and adults. She utilises cognitive behavioural, interpersonal therapy, acceptance and commitment, narrative and brief solution focused therapy. Dr Moriarty aims at ensuring that psychological counselling is an empowering experience and she works with adolescents aged 12 and upwards and adults.
Jane began her nursing at Epworth Hospital in Richmond. She has worked in hospitals and general practices in Melbourne and the surrounding country areas. She joined Deepdene Surgery in 2012 and works Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. She has an interest in wound management, vaccinations including childhood immunisations, health assessments and care plans. She is also able to visit patients at home if they are unable to visit the surgery for dressings. Outside of work she keeps very active especially walking her energetic young dogs.
Sue Brownbill has been working at Deepdene surgery for over twenty years and thoroughly enjoys her job and the involvement she has with all the patients. Sue has a busy life enjoying tap dancing, yoga, time at the beach and looking after the needs of her family.
Michelle Curtis has been working on and off at Deepdene Surgery for over eight years. Michelle has a busy family life looking after her three children and enjoys going to the gym, theatre and spending time with family and friends.