Dr Henry Majer, the principal doctor of The Surgery Bulleen, graduated from Melbourne University in 1978. 

After graduation, Dr Majer worked for twelve months at The Repatriation Hospital with a keen interest and focus in Dermatology.  Following the training, he moved to work with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners gaining further experience in various hospitals throughout Melbourne. 

With post-graduate training in Paediatrics, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Disease, Psychiatry, Alcohol and Drug related illnesses, Geriatrics, Rehabilitation Medicine in both suburban and regional practice. Dr Majer been working in General Practice in Bulleen since 1982, having then since undertaken further training in spinal problems including spinal manipulation.

Dr Renee Ho primary interest is in Women’s Health, Children’s Health and Geriatrics.

After completing her medical training at Monash University in 1976, Dr Ho worked at PANCH, The Repatriation Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital, Mount Royal Hospital, Royal Park Hospital, Greenvale Geriatric and Rehab Centre and Bacchus Marsh Community Hospital.  

With Post Graduate diplomas in both Geriatric Medicine and Rehabilitation, and extensive experience in Rehabilitation Medicine, Stroke, Joint Replacement Rehabilitation and Disabilities, she worked in in the field for around 12 years before moving into General Practice. 

Of Christain faith, Dr Ho has provided voluntary medical services to the poor in Burma, China, Cambodia, and Thailand making ten trips over the last 20 years. 

Dr Susan Ditchfield graduated from Medicine at Melbourne University in 1978. 

After working at various hospitals including The Austin Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital, Mercy Maternity Hospital and Mount Royal Geriatric Hospital until 1983, she began working in General Practice. 

While enjoying all aspects of Family Medicine, her special interests are Paediatrics, Womens health Adolescents and Stress Management.

Dr Ditchfield is registered to manage Shared Care Obstetric Patients at the Mercy and Northern Hospitals.

Dr Christina Miklos, principal doctor of this practice, graduated from Monash Medical School in 1972. For two years after graduating she worked at Prince Henry’s Hospital and Austin Hospital in areas including Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics, Paediatrics, Dermatology, Allergy, Orthopaedics and Neurosurgery.

In London she also studied Cardiology, Coronary Care and Intensive Care and then worked in Emergency Medicine. After returning to Australia she worked at The Repatriation Hospital as Senior Registrar working in diagnosis and Cardiology.In 1977 she opened this General Practice in Bulleen with interests in General Medical Diagnosis, Women’s Health, Allergy, Nutrition and Sports Medicine.

Dr Katherine Lypourlis graduated from Medical School in 1999 and has worked in General Practice since 2005.  During this time she has worked in several clinical settings learning from mentors, developing skills and gaining experience in General Practices in Melbourne, Adelaide and Vancouver Island Canada.

Dr Lypourlis feels privileged to work in a multidisciplinary clinic such as The Surgery where the doctors work in close collaboration with allied health providers and share skills to provide holistic care, offering patients a broad range of treatment options, optimising health and improving function for individuals and their families.

Dr  Laith Gliana has been working in General Practice since 2009 and holds a fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Dr Liana graduated in 1995 and has worked in various hospitals including Werribee Hospital, Frankston Hospital, Austin Health and Echuca Hospital, with the majority of his times at Austin Health Emergency Department.  Now, having worked in a variety of areas including Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Geriatrics, Neurology, Intensive Care Medicine and Orthopaedics.

His interests include Paediatrics, Geriatrics, Holistic Family Medicine, Minor Skin Procedures, Implanon insertion and removal, Travel Medicine including Yellow Fever vaccination and Men’s Health