We love what we do
Our doctors are committed to top quality health care, and provide advice and support to our local community of clients. In total our doctors have provided over 100 years of service to the people of Bacchus Marsh and district.
Dr Sadhai has been practicing at Bacchus Marsh Medical Centre since 2005. He has an interest in family medicine, skin lesions, aged care and sports medicine.
He is also involved with a number of football clubs in an official capacity.
Other areas he specialises in are palliative care, diabetes, cardiovascular health, men's health, obstetrics and women's health.
Before joining general practice, Dr Naidu was an Advanced Emergency Medicine Trainee with experience in various specialities including Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Aged Care and Intensive Care. He enjoys working as a country doctor and has particular interest in urgent care, mental health, womens health, sports medicine and minor surgeries.
Dr. Canillo has extensive hospital experience particularly in Emergency Medicine where he worked for 10 years before joining General Practice last 2013. He aims to deliver best care with empathy to achieve positive outcome for his patients.
Areas of interest: Family medicine, Paediatrics, Orthopaedic, Sports medicine, Minor surgeries, Emergency and urgent care, Chronic disease management, Men’s and women’s health.
Dr Williams graduated from The University of Melbourne. Her favourite aspects of being a GP are the variety of presentations, getting to know my patients and their families and engaging in preventative health.
Dr Williams’ special interests include preventative health, sexual health, women's health and paediatrics.
Dr Basu completed her fellowship in 2015 and has also completed an advanced diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Dr Basu enjoys the variety of care that general practice involves and can offer antenatal shared care. Her areas of interest include women's health, contraception (including Mirena), preventive care (e.g. Cervical Screening Test), minor surgery, mental health care.
Dr Sonya Rutherfurd has an MBBS from the University of Melbourne. She has worked as a surgical assistant in private hospitals for 12 years, in the Box Hill Hospital Emergency Department, and in youth mental health at Headspace.
Sonya also has a Bachelor of Nutritional Science from Monash University and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in the field of Neuroscience (University of Melbourne).
Last year she joined the General Practice training program with ACRRM (Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine).
Her special interest is in preventative and nutritional medicine.