Our dedicated team
When you arrive you will be greeted by one of our friendly receptionists. Our proficient, skilled reception staff have been with the practice for a combined total of 75 years.
These ladies are the reason that our practice runs so well – without them we would be lost.
Practice Principle: Dr Tony Rogers
Nurse In Charge: Crystal
Receptionists: Chelsea, Geraldine, Sue, Lynda and Lauren
Our highly experienced knowledgeable Registered Nurses are available Monday to Friday. With varied skills and backgrounds they are ready to assist and teach.
Specialties include Chronic disease, health promotion and prevention, disease monitoring, Nurse Immunizes and wounds to name a few.
Our nurses are: Crystal, Deb, Sally and Kassy.
Dr Anita Pallot
Dr Anita Pallot
Anita is finishing her training in the speciality of General Practice in 2019. Anita enjoys meeting new people, and seeing people of all ages through her work. She has a particular interest in women’s health and sexual health, having spent time working at the Royal Women’s Hospital during her training.
Dr James Quinn
James started working at the practice in 2012 as a registrar. He chose to continue on at the clinic full time.
James enjoys the everyday challenges of general practice, and in particular enjoys working with the children and the elderly.
Interests: General practice, Children’s health, Aged care
Dr Tony Rogers
In 1977 on a visit from the USA en route to England I was recruited for a 12 month locum at Diamond Creek Medical Centre- and I’m still here.
At first because of my American obstetrics training I delivered many babies. Many of those babies have children of their own, some quite grown up and now having children of their own.
General Practice has suited me because I am a people person and enjoy talking with people. As a local resident of Diamond Creek until 2012 I raised my family here and was involved in local sport teams and the like.
During my long sojourn in Diamond Creek Medical Centre I have enjoyed several little side practices- GP Liaison at Breast Screen, mentoring at the then Victorian Advanced Training Program, golf –locum visits to Ireland for 10 years.
An interest in Skin Cancer medicine lead to the formation of Molescreen Australia based in Camberwell. Now days I am a part time GP here, filling in when needed and always glad to see old patients and welcome the new ones to DCMC.