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 Williams has been working at Bacchus Marsh Medical Centre since 1987.
He practices general family medicine and paediatrics.
He also has admitting rights for Bacchus Marsh Hospital.
Dr Bronchinetti has been practicing at Bacchus Marsh Medical Centre for over 25 years.
He practices family medicine, skin lesions and general practice.
Dr Sooknandan has been practicing at Bacchus Marsh Medical Centre for over 30 years. He has interests in mental health, skin lesions, minor surgery and drug rehabilitation.
He arranges inpatient detoxification at Bacchus Marsh Hospital.
Dr Madhanpall has been at Bacchus Marsh Medical Centre since 2003.
He has an interest in family medicine, aged care, skin lesions and chronic disease management.
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.
Dr Jessica Tint enjoys all aspects of general practice, and has a special interest in children’s health, women’s health, mental health, and chronic medical conditions.
Dr Zannat is interested in general family medicine and specialises in obstetrics.
Dr Mostafa has been practicing medicine for 25 years. His special interests are in accident and injury, skin cancer (mole/skin cancer removal), men’s health, general medicine and minor surgery.
Dr Red Akram graduated from the University of Adelaide Medical School, and has several years of experience working in hospitals in South Australia and Far North Queensland. He commenced working in General Practice in 2016 and enjoys applying his knowledge and past experiences to the varied patients and cases that a rural GP is presented with.
Dr Yannas completed her medical degree in Egypt before migrating to Australia in 2007. After completing her Australian Medical Council qualifications, for 4 years she then worked as a hospital medical officer at Ballarat Base Hospital. Her General Practice training commenced in 2016 and she has worked in Kyneton and Maryborough, before moving close to Bacchus Marsh and joining Bacchus Marsh Medical Centre. She enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends.
Dr Om Naidu has recently joined BMMC. Before joining general practice, he 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.