Our Doctors

DR JIM ROMAS

Dr Romas graduated from Melbourne University in 1999, and has trained at The Austin Hospital. Dr Romas has trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology obtaining his DRANZCOG qualifications allowing him to provide shared care for pregnant patients. He also has a special interest in Diabetes and Heart Disease Management. Dr Romas is a qualified Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice.

DR NICHOLAS NASSIOS

Dr Nicholas Nassios graduated from Monash University in 1987 and has trained at the Box Hill Hospital. Dr Nassios is a qualified Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice and has a special interest in Paediatrics, Family Medicine, Diabetes, Heart Disease and Immunisations.

DR LESLIE PINTO

Dr Leslie Pinto graduated from Melbourne University in 1985 and has trained at the Queen Victoria Medical Centre. Dr Pinto also obtained his Diploma in Hypnotherapy.

DR HUSSIE ZAINI

Dr Hussie Zaini graduated from the University if Damascus in Syria in 1988 and has trained at the Damascus University Hospital and Queen Victoria Hospital in Adelaide. Dr Zaini has obtained his Diploma in Dermatology and has special interest in minor surgery’s performing circumcision, tongue tie and skin cancer lesions. Dr Zaini is a qualified Fellow of the RACGP.

DR LAUREN ONG

MBBS FRACGP DRANZCOG

Dr. Lauren Ong is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She graduated from the University of Melbourne and has additional experience in Sexual Health and Women’s Health.

Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family.

DR GINA EDDY

B Med Sci, MBBS (Hons), FRACGP, FACNEM

Dr. Gina Eddy grew up in Launceston, Tasmania. She graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2007 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. She completed her internship in 2008 at the Launceston General Hospital. In 2009 she relocated to Melbourne to commence her first year of Basic Physicians Training at St. Vincent’s Hospital. She then decided in 2011 to change to GP training receiving a fellowship in 2015. More recently she attained a fellowship with the Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) in June 2020.

She has an interest in nutritional, environmental, and preventative medicine which began after the birth of her second child who experienced eczema and food allergies. She also has an interest in gastrointestinal conditions, thyroid health, and women’s and children’s health. She has three children. In her spare time, she enjoys being with family, music including playing the piano and taking her kids to the park, or playing sport with them. She also enjoys learning and hopes to further her knowledge in nutrigenomics, epigenetics, and the exposome.