clinical staff

Our doctors are all locally trained to the highest standard, with post-graduate General Practice qualifications. We happily assist in all aspects of family medicine.

We also have special expertise in women’s and men’s health, child health, dermatology and skin cancer, antenatal care, travel advice, internal medicine, sports injuries and minor surgery.

Experienced and friendly in-house psychologists, physiotherapists and a podiatrist complement the services offered by our medical team.


The practice is supported by registered nurses and friendly, efficient administrative staff.



Dr Paula Moir





Dr Moir combines a strong academic background with a warm, friendly approach. After graduating from Monash Medical Centre with Honours in 1997, Paula received post-graduate training in General Practice and Women's Health, achieving Fellowship of the RACGP and the Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.


Her involvement with educating General Practitioners for a number of years enhances our credentials as a teaching practice.


Paula also has further training and expertise in paediatrics, and offers high quality and attentive care in all areas of General Practice.

Dr Joseph Sherman





Joseph has worked in general practice for over twelve years, after ten years of working across various specialties in public hospitals.


Special areas of interest include paediatrics, mental health, general medicine as well as drug and alcohol problems.


He enjoys maintaining skills in acute medicine with a longstanding, regular shift at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Emergency, as well as work in the community health setting in Port Phillip. Joseph speaks fluent Russian.

Dr Emily Walsh




Emily Completed Medicine at Monash University in 2000. She has worked in General Practice for over 10 years.


Emily has experience in all aspects of General Practice and has done further training in Women's Health, Family Planning, Paediatrics, Mental Health and Preventative Medicine.

Dr. Martin Williams





Dr. Williams graduated from the University of Melbourne with First Class Honours in 1995. He gained post-graduate experience and training in paediatrics, dermatology and skin cancer, general surgery, emergency medicine and internal medicine, along with twelve months in obstetrics and gynaecology, obtaining the Diploma in O&G. After further training in general practice, he was granted Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2001, achieving second place in Victoria in the College examinations.


He then consulted for twelve years as a GP in two large medical centres in Hampton and Elwood, teaching trainee specialist GPs and medical students, while also delivering babies at Sandringham Hospital, where he served as Head of GP Obstetrics.


As of 2013, Martin is the Practice Principal at Prahran East Medical Centre.  Here he offers all aspects of General Practice health care, with particular expertise in paediatrics, dermatology, women's health (including shared antenatal care), mental health, internal medicine, emergencies, trauma and minor surgery. He also has interests in insertion of contraceptive implants and IUD's, medical family planning, PrEP for HIV prevention, Hep C eradication treatment, opioid replacement therapy, and a special interest in skin cancer care, including dermatoscopic mole checks, mole removals, skin biopsies and skin cancer treatment by both medical and surgical means.

Dr. Rebecca Wright




Rebecca graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2010 and undertook her initial hospital training at Ballarat Base Hospital. She has a strong interest in paediatrics and womens health, and subsequently worked at The Royal Childrens Hospital and The Royal Women's Hospital, completing her postgraduate Diploma of Child Health and the RANZCOG Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She has also worked in emergency medicine in regional Victoria at Wangaratta Base Hospital before undertaking training and attaining Fellowship with the Royal Australia College of GPs.

Rebecca enjoys all aspects of general practice. Her particular areas of interest are women's health, paediatrics and preventative health. Rebecca performs minor procedures including excision of skin lesions, iron infusions and implanon insertion.

Rebecca is a accredited pregnancy shared-care provider affiliated with The Royal Women's Hospital, Sandringham Hospital and Western Health.

Dr Carrie Kausman

MBBS (Hons) FRACGP DipObst


Carrie completed her medical Degree at Monash University in 1997 and then spent several years in the hospital system working in various fields including paediatrics, psychiatry and obstetrics. She has completed her Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Carrie then specialised in General Practice in 2003 and has worked in the Eastern and Bayside suburbs for over 15 years.

Carrie is interested in all aspects of General Practice, particularly women's and children's health and the family as a whole, from pre-conception counselling, breastfeeding and infant health to adolescence. She is also interested in Mental Health and Sexual Health and is able to insert and remove implanon.

Dr Tina Sutton



After completing her Honours year in Psychology at Monash University, Tina attended medical school at Flinders University in South Australia. She did her intern year in Adelaide, and then returned home to Melbourne in 2001. She spent a few extra years working in public hospitals and being an investigator for drug company trials and then decided general practice was for her.

Tina is interested in all areas of general practice. She has particular interests in paediatrics, food allergies, women's health, sexual health, breastfeeding, menopause, mental health and preventative medicine. Tina is able to insert and remove implanon, remove IUDs and excise small skin lesions. She requests that consultations with her regarding menopause are booked as long appointments.

Dr David Klein


David graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1974. He worked in general practice from his own rooms in Albert Park from 1982 to 1994, before moving to Prahran East Medical Centre as practice principal, maintaining this role through to 2012.

David has particular interest and training in preventative medicine, complementary medicine and dermatology.


Emina Williams

BSc (Health Sciences)

Registered Nurse, Div. 1


Emina brings vast and varied nursing experience from some of Melbourne's major hospitals to general practice. Her expertise in wound management, immunisation, therapeutic ultrasound and complex care co-ordination combines with a lovely, caring manner. She also offers multilingual skills, being fluent in Greek, Albanian and Macedonian.

Bronwyn Allan

Registered Nurse, Div 1.

Bronwyn has a vast background with 20 years of nursing from aged care/ psychiatric/ palliative/ paediatrics and emergency. Bronwyn is  passionate about holistic health in primary care. She has extensive experience in working with vaccine hesitant families, catch ups and building rapport to calm the nerves of young patients with a friendly and positive nature. 

Bronwyn is a mum, nanna, yogi, foodie, marathon runner and mental health first aid facilitator.

practice manager



Michaela joined us from the Healthscope Medical Centre Division in 2017, where she was a Practice Manager for eight years.


Michaela has had a passion for working in the medical industry since she started. To support her Practice Manager role she successfully completed a Diploma of Practice Management through Swinburne University in 2014.


She enjoys the challenges of running a busy medical centre on a daily basis and also creating an enjoyable atmosphere to both work in and visit as a patient.


Fiona Fouvy

DipCouselling, BA, PGDipPsych, MPsychClin GradDipBusMgt MAPS


Fiona is a Psychologist who works with adults of all ages seeking to experience higher levels of health, wellbeing and life satisfaction. Fiona uses mindfulness, cognitive behavioural and positive psychology therapies including Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT and Solution Focused Brief Therapy to manage symptoms of anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, difficult relationships, stress, grief and loss. A particular area of focus is working with people who are seeking to manage work -related stress, career transitions, career dissatisfaction, professional burnout, workplace bullying, or other factors that may be interfering with job performance and career success.

With a 25 year corporate career prior to therapy practice. Fiona is very familiar with the context in which many professional people work. Also an accredited coach, Fiona maintains a coaching and learning and development practice where she focuses on resilience, wellbeing and leadership.


Fiona builds a supportive, non-judgemental relationship, creating a safe space to make sense of life's challenges, difficult experiences and relationships. She also focuses on equipping clients with skills and practical techniques to move in the direction they want for their life. 

Rachelle Porter

BScPsych, BA, PGDipPsych, MPsychClin MAPS

Clinical Psychologist


Rachelle is a Clinical Psychologist with more than 10 years experience working in mental health within the private and public sector. Rachelle draws from a variety of psychological models in her work with adolescents and adults, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Mindfulness, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Systemic, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.


Rachelle provides a nurturing environment to explore and work through difficult issues, develop strong coping skills, and enhance wellbeing.


Chris Jellis


Chris graduated with honours from the University of Melbourne in 2005. His love of musculoskeletal assessment and diagnosis, and constant thirst for knowledge, saw him take on a great deal of further study after university.


Chris has trained with a range of varied health professionals including chiropractors, homeopaths, exercise scientists and more, to give him a well rounded approach to health care.


As one of the directors and senior physiotherapists of Domain Health, his philosophy of treating the whole person and the use of exercise and motivation to assist people in their recovery has helped shape Domain Health to be what it is today. He loves fitness and training, and regularly competes in triathlons.


Dan Purdam


Dan is an enthusiastic podiatrist who enjoys having a opportunity to help others. He studied a Bachelor of Podiatry at La Trobe University and has experience in a range of settings including hospitals, community health, working with footwear, orthotic laboratories and private practice.


Since completing his studies Dan has worked within a sports medicine clinic and also within a large podiatry clinic where he assisted in clinical development of a new graduate podiatrist. Dan is also a supervisor at the La Trobe Podiatry Clinic, where he aids the clinical development of Podiatry students.

Dan has also spent many years in the operating theatre with podiatric and orthopaedic surgeons in order to learn about surgical options for people with chronic foot issues, bunions, flat feet and hammertoes. Dan follows a holistic clinical approach, he takes special care to consider each aspect of the person, their medical history, their footwear and their lifestyle (not just their feet).

In his spare time, Dan is a keen basketball fan and player. He enjoys travelling and has been fortunate enough to visit a few  places globally.

Excellence. Empathy.. Every Encounter.


Prahran East Medical Centre


Ph  9510 8888