Dr Daniel Makar graduated from Monash University Medical School in 2013. He has worked in Frankston Hospital in the areas of Psychiatry, Paediatrics, General Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics/Gynaecology, and Emergency Medicine as a junior doctor. He has undertaken General Practice training in rural Victoria, working across various clinics in Gippsland as a registrar. Since becoming a GP, Dr Daniel has joined the Brandon Park Medical Centre Team in 2019. He has interests in all areas of medicine.
Dr Sivapalan graduated in 1985 and then undertook an internship from 1985 to 1986 in Sri Lanka.
She was a Resident Medical Officer from 1987 to 1989 at Latrobe Hospital, Tasmania, and from 1990 to 1991 at Alice Springs General Hospital & Flinders Medical Centre, Adelaide.
She became a General Practitioner in 1993 (FRACGP 2000).
Dr Sivapalan has gained experience in Women's Health, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, General Medicine & Paediatrics, work cover, travel medicine, immunisation and pap smears.
Dr Soliman has been working at Brandon Park Medical Centre since it first opened, and has almost 30 years of experience in both hospital and clinical settings. He has a special interest in occupational medicine and he is an approved medical examiner for Worksafe since 2003, ministry of Infrastructure and railways since 2003, and Oil and Gas UK offshore medicals since 2008. He is a Q fever vaccinator and an Australian Medical Review Officer. He is an approved antenatal care & share care provider with Southern Health. He also has special interests in skin cancers and minor surgical procedures.
Dr Makar has been a general practitioner for over 30 years and has been working at Brandon Park Medical Centre since it first opened. He has a thorough and wide medical knowledge. He specialises in ear, nose & throat related medical conditions and is qualified to perform diving medicals and minor procedures. He is also interested in mental health.
Dr Roque has been practicing medicine in Victoria for 7 years and has previously worked in the Emergency department of a West Gippsland hospital. Now a full time GP, she enjoys all areas of medicine and has particular interests in the health of woman and children.
Dr Chandima Panditharathna obtained his medical degree from the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2005. He has worked in Gouldburn Valley Health and Bendigo Health as a registrar. He undertook his General Practice training in Bendigo, Victoria. He has special interests in Psychiatry, Skin Cancer Medicine, Travel Medicine, Paediatrics, Men's Health, Geriatrics, and Internal Medicine. He has gained post graduate training in Skin Cancer Medicine.