Dr Gershenzon graduated MBBS in 2010 from the University of Melbourne and worked full time on the Mornington Peninsula during her residency. She has extensive experience in all aspects of general practice, including women’s and children’s health and mental health.
As a mum to a young child Dr. Gershenzon is passionate about helping families through the tough days of early parenthood, with a rational, caring approach to infant feeding and sleeping.
She also takes a special interest in the compassionate care of the elderly, and she actively visits local Aged Care facilities. Dr Gershenzon is fluent in both English and Russian.
Dr. Zeng graduated MBBS in 1989 from Jinan University, Guangdong, China. Dr Zeng subsequently obtained a Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, together with Diploma of the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
She is an experienced female doctor with a special interest in women’s health, antenatal shared care, postnatal depression, paediatric medicine, asthma management and acupuncture (for which she trained in China).
Dr Zeng speaks three different Chinese dialects – Mandarin, Cantonese, and Tao-chew.
Following an early career in Pharmacology and a Ph.D from the Department of Medicine, University of Melbourne, Dr.Padanyi undertook medical studies and graduated MBBS in 1983.
Dr Padanyi has worked in Private practice in the Werribee area since 1987 and is experienced in all areas of General Medicine.
Dr Kwong graduated MBBS in 2006 from the University of Melbourne and worked full time at Eastern Health.
During that time and since then he has gained extensive experience in children’s health, medical emergencies and surgical procedures.
He has a special interest in children’s health and travel medicine. Dr Kwong is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Roxanne has been 291's Practice Manager for four years now and brings with her a wealth of knowledge in that area after being a receptionist and Practice Manager at other clinics and working as a Divisional 2 nurse for 20 years.
Roxanne is currently studying for her diploma in Practice Management and Business administration and is a mother of three and in her spare time likes to read, garden and follow the North Melbourne Football team in the AFL.
She has lived and worked in the Wyndham area for more than 35 years and has strong ties with the local community.