Dr Stephen Baum


Graduated from University of Melbourne 1981

Did basic physician training and spent 3 years additional training in General Medicine and Intensive Care at Repatriation General Hospital in Heidelberg.

After getting married, decided to specialize in Family medicine in 1986 and then attained his FRACGP. Did his training initially in the western suburbs before joining Endeavour Hills Medical centre in 1994 with Dr Anil Singh (founding partner) and Dr Gabriel Goh.

Apart from family medicine, has a special interest in Asthma and Respiratory Medicine, Diabetes and Sports Medicine.

He enjoys all sports including tennis, golf and pilates and is married with 2 girls and 1 cavoodle (Basil). He is a long-suffering but passionate supporter of the Richmond Football team.


Dr Nick Spanos


Graduated from Melbourne University in 1993. He soon decided that his passion was for a career in General Medicine and he commenced his training as early as possible. He completed further training in Obstetrics, Paediatrics and Psychiatry in preparation for a career in General Practice.

He obtained a fellowship in General Practice in 1998. He has loved working at Endeavour Hills Medical Centre for the last 15 years.

His special interests include Children's Health, Pregnancy Cared (Shared Cared Obstetrics), Chronic Disease Management and providing care to members of the Greek community. He is available to see new patients at request.

When he is not working he enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, keeping fit, running and working in his garden.


Dr Joanne Keecha


Graduated from Monash University in 1995 and completed her Fellowship of General Practice in 2000.

She enjoys all aspects of General Practice but has special interest in Women's Health and Paediatrics. She works full time at the clinic.

When not working, she enjoys reading, music, running and spending time with her family.


Dr Edgar Keecha


Dr Keecha studied at the University of Queensland after working in disability support for several years inspired him to pursue Medicine.

After working at the Royal Brisbane Hospital and The Alfred Hospital, he completed his General Practice training at Endeavour Hills Medical Centre, where he has remained working since 2010.

He is a generalist, but has special interests in Paediatric Medicine, Chronic Disease Management, Allergies and Gastrointestinal Diseases. He is a practitioner of the Biopsychosocial model of Medicine and is a passionate patient advocate.

Dr Keecha is known for his friendliness and enjoys watching movies, singing/karaoke, all things sports (especially his beloved North Melbourne) and spending time with his wife and sons.


Dr Malithi Jayasinghe


She has practiced as a Doctor at the Monash Medical Centre, Dandenong Hospital and Frankston Hospital since 1996. She commenced her career in General Practice in 2004.

She completed her Fellowship in General Practice (FRACGP) in 2006. She is interested in all aspects of Family Medicine, with special areas of interest in Women's Health and Paediatrics.

Dr Jayasinghe also speaks fluent Sinhala. She is a proud mother of two teenage children and enjoys time with the family.

Dr Jayasinghe is available for consultations from Monday to Thursday and some Saturdays.


Dr Agnes Brosz


Graduated from medicine in Hungary and also in Queensland University.

She speaks Hungarian.

She is a fellow of the Royal Australia College of General Practitioners.

She has an interest in Women's Health and Paediatrics.


Dr Telge Saman Palitha Peiris


I qualified as a doctor in Sri Lanka from the University of Colombo in 1982. There I worked in the fields of Internal Medicine, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, and Ophthalmology before becoming a full time general practitioner. I worked as a full time GP there for nearly 10 years, then came to Australia in 2002. As soon as I came here I got employment as a medical officer and continue as a GP for the past 12 years.

I consider myself as a specialist General Practitioner with special interests in Mental Health, Travel Medicine, Family Medicine, Diabetes and procedures such as Implanon insertion and removal, Skin Cancer and Lesion removal and Wedge resection of toes etc. Further I am confident in handling Ophthalmological diagnoses and managing them appropriately. My qualifications include Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, Diploma in Family Medicine, Fellowship of Ceylon College of General Practitioners, and Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Though Telge appears as my first name my real first name is Palitha. Telge is a title I inherited. 


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