General Practitioner, Female, FRACGP, MBBS

Graduating with honours from Monash University in 1996 and attaining her FRACGP in 2001, Dr. Belinda Minc is an approachable, pragmatic, and experienced GP who has been practising in Melbourne for over two decades.

Dr. Belinda is known for her empathetic nature, clear communication, and excellent listening skills, which help her patients feel at ease quickly.

She is interested in all aspects of family medicine, with special interests in women’s and children’s health, sexual and reproductive health (including being trained to perform insertion and removal of Implanon and all types of IUDs), mental health, preventative health, and travel medicine.

Dr. Belinda is an antenatal care affiliate, registered to provide shared care with most of Melbourne’s major public hospitals.

As one of the early GP adopters of medical termination of pregnancy, Dr. Belinda is passionate about providing supportive and non-judgmental access and choice to women.

She is also very committed to continuing professional development and staying up-to-date with changes in her field.

Outside of work, Dr. Belinda loves to travel with her husband Rob and their two teenage children to far-flung destinations, preferring off-the-beaten-track adventures.

She is a fluent French speaker and serves as a GP to many of Melbourne’s French-speaking community.

For exercise, she regularly cycles and walks.

Areas of Interest:

General Practitioner, Female, FRACGP, MBBS

Dr. Yael Gold is a highly skilled and compassionate medical professional with over two decades of experience as a GP in the area.

Her extensive expertise covers all facets of general practice, with particular interests in women’s health, children’s health, mental health, lifestyle medicine, and dermatology.

One of Dr. Yael’s greatest passions is working with children, where her expertise truly shines.

She specialises in supporting families through the unique challenges of early parenting and has worked for many years at Masada Early Parenting Centre.

In addition to her broad expertise, Dr. Yael has developed a special interest in dermatology, offering regular skin checks and performing minor procedures.

Dr. Yael is dedicated to providing comprehensive care, rooted in her belief in the importance of trust and personalised attention.

She takes pride in being known for her empathy and attentiveness, providing care to patients from diverse backgrounds, genders, and ages.

Dr. Yael offers flexible options and evidence-based advice, empowering her patients to make informed decisions that align with their well-being.

She attained her Bachelor of Medicine degree at the University of Melbourne and completed her training at major public hospitals in Melbourne and regional Victoria, including St Vincent’s Hospital.

Dr. Yael looks forward to helping her patients navigate their health and being a trusted ally in their pursuit of well-being.

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General Practitioner, Female, FRACGP, MBBS (Hons), CSCT (Women’s Health)

Dr. Dimity Williams is a graduate of Monash University and has dedicated 30 years to general practice.

She is accredited for Shared Care with Sandringham, The Mercy, The Royal Women’s Hospital, and Monash Health, providing collaborative care for women throughout their pregnancies with these public hospitals.

Dr. Dimity is a member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

In her spare time, Dr. Dimity enjoys bushwalking and camping with her family.

She is passionate about the natural world and actively advocates for environmental protection through her voluntary work with Doctors for the Environment Australia and other organisations.

Additionally, Dr. Dimity is a writer and author; her first book, Nature, Our Medicine: How the natural world sustains us, was released in early 2023.

Her pronouns are She/Her.

Areas of Interest:

General Practitioner, Female, MBBS

Dr. Sally Lapin brings over 30 years of experience in General Practice and is the founder of Armadale Family Clinic.

Her approach to medicine is centred on empowering her patients to make positive health choices with confidence.

Dr. Sally is deeply committed to educating the next generation of doctors and is a passionate advocate for third-world and Indigenous health.

Her pronouns are She/Her.

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General Practitioner, Female, FRACGP, MBBS (Hons), Dip Paeds, Cert Sexual & Reproductive Health

Dr. Denise Fraser graduated from the University of NSW and has been practising general medicine in Victoria since 1995.

She enjoys all aspects of general practice, with a particular emphasis on preventative care.

Dr. Denise is a member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and actively participates in Doctors for the Environment Australia.

Her pronouns are She/Her.

Areas of Interest:

General Practitioner, Female, DRANZCOG, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr. Charmayne Hee has been a dedicated member of our practice since 2010.

She brings a wealth of experience and a compassionate approach to her patients.

Outside of her medical career, Dr. Charmayne enjoys an active family life, music, and reading.

Areas of Interest:

General Practitioner, Male, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr. Conway Leung has a broad interest in various aspects of General Practice, with a particular focus on Men’s Health and Joint/Musculoskeletal injections.

He completed his MBBS at the University of Melbourne in 1996 and has been a valued member of the Armadale Family Clinic since 2013.

Outside of his professional life, Dr. Conway is passionate about technology and environmental issues.

Areas of Interest:

General Practitioner, Male, MPH, MBBS, FRACGP

Dr. Chris Sherman has extensive experience in various medical fields, having spent a year at Sydney Children’s Hospital as part of his general practice training.

He has also specialised in Critical Care and Emergency Medicine.

In 2008, Dr. Sherman earned his Fellowship in General Practice, during which he developed a keen interest in Sexual Health Medicine and HIV Medicine.

This passion led him to pursue a Master of Public Health, and he is currently training with the College of Physicians’ Sexual Health Chapter.

Dr. Chris is an active member of the Australasian Society of HIV Medicine and is authorised to prescribe s100 medications.

In addition to his medical qualifications, he holds a Diploma in Music for the violin

Dr. Chris’ pronouns are He/Him.

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Our Clinics
Phone
(03) 9509 1811
Armadale Clinic
(03) 9509 1811
Operating Hours
Monday to Friday
8:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday
9:00am – 12:00pm
Sunday
Closed
Getting Here & Parking
Our Clinics
Address
Ground Floor 1002-1004 High St, Armadale, VIC 3143
Opening Hours
Monday to Friday
8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday
9:00am - 12:00pm
Getting Here & Parking
Tram
The Number 6 tram stop (Kooyong Rd/High St) is outside our front door.
Train
Armadale Train Station is a 2-minute walk away from the Clinic. Armadale Station is on the Pakenham, Cranbourne and Frankston lines.
Bus
The 605 bus stop (High St interchange) is across the street from the Clinic.
Parking
There is limited parking on High St, Kooyong Rd and in Morey St behind King’s Arcade. We suggest the free parking at 3 Williams Street, Armadale. Before 9am and after 4:30pm please be aware of the clearway restrictions on High St and Kooyong Rd.
Address
478 Kooyong Rd, Caulfield South VIC 3162
Opening Hours
Getting Here & Parking
Tram
Gardenvale train station is 900m away
Bus
The 604 and 605 buses stop right outside the clinic
Parking
There is ample 2 hour parking in the surrounding streets
Address
138 Williams Rd Prahran, VIC 3181
Opening Hours
Monday to Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm
Weekends & Public Holidays
Closed
Getting Here & Parking
Tram
The 72 tram stop at the corner of Malvern and Williams Rds is 250m away.
Train
Hawksburn train station is 700m away.
Bus
603 bus stop is 50m away on Williams Rd 604 bus stop is 700m away.
Parking
Parking is available on Williams Rd but it is a tow-away zone from 4:30-6:30 pm Monday to Friday. Entry to the clinic is via Williams Rd only.
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