Dr John Meaney

MB, BS, Dobst.RCOG., Dip RACOG
Years in General Practice: 41
Medical Interests: Sports medicine, men’s health.
Past appointments include: Chair GPDV; Chair DDDGP; Police medical Officer; Forensic Medical Officer; Chair Dandenong Subdivision AMA;Chair medical Board, Dandenong Hospital.
Honorary Life member – RACGP.
Life Governor – Dandenong Hospital
Fellow – Royal Society of Medicine.
Medical officer – Dandenong Southern Stingrays Football Club, 22 years to present.
Hobbies: Fishing, Sport, Wine and Literature

Dr Roger Thornton

MB,BS, DTM & H. Dip Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
Graduated from Monash University and trained in England in Tropical medicine and Infectious Diseases before working in Brunei for 3 years, then returned to Australia with a young family.
Dr Thornton has worked at Langton for 34 years and is now a grandfather of 9, a passionate Geelong supporter, and living by the beach at Sorrento.

Dr Trevor Adcock

Years in General Practice: 30
Provides health services to a large patient data base of refugee, disabled and aged patients.
Hobbies: cycling, golf, French language classes, camping, bushwalking and is a Melbourne Football Club member, enjoying watching them play.

Dr Angel Liang

Years in General Practice: 11.
Medical interests: Chronic disease management.
Hobbies: Walking and playing tennis.

Dr Katrina Lenarongoito

MB,BS, FRACGP, DRANZCOG, Cert Sexual & Reproductive Health
Years in general practice: 5
Medical Interests: Women’s health, asylum seeker & refugee health, paediatrics.
Hobbies: Reading, crafts, music, travelling, baking & outdoor pursuits.

Dr Mihiri Goonatilleke

Years in Australian General Practice: 9
Prior to working in Australia worked in Sri Lanka.
She moved from Queensland to Victoria with her young family.
Medical Special Interest: Chronic disease management, Women’s Health, Paediatrics and Mental Health.
She is highly trained in surgery and treatment in skin cancers.
Her hobbies include: reading, cooking, travel and shopping.

Dr Clarissa Roque

Years in Australian General Practice: 10
Has previously worked in the Emergency Department of West Gippsland Hospital.
Medical Interest: Women/Children’s health, Skin Cancer Medicine.
Hobbies: Cooking, travel, watching movies and shopping.

Dr Swagat Shrestha


Dr Swagat Shrestha completed his MBBS degree in 2003 and has been working as a doctor  ever since.

Dr Shrestha worked in  Royal Perth Hospital from 2009  . Dr Shrestha has  worked as a medical registrar for six years in General medicine, Geriatric medicine and  various clinical specilalities  including Neurology, Cardilogy, Gastroenetrology, Rheumatology, Nephrology, Oncology in various hospitals including Royal Perth Hospital, Fiona Stanley Hospital, Bentley Hospital, Armadale and Kalgoorlie Hospital. Dr Shrestha has also worked in Emergency Department  at Armadale hospital for six months .

Dr Shrestha did his GP training with Western Australian General Practice Education Team (WAGPET) and completed his FRACGP in 2017. He has been working as a GP for more than three years now.

Dr Shrestha’s special interests are in all areas of General Practice including men’s health, General Medicine, Geriatrics and chronic disease management.

Language spoken: English, Nepalese and Hindi

Dr Pooja Shrestha


Dr Pooja Shrestha completed Her MBBS degree in 2003 and completed Masters of Population  ( MPH)  Health from University of Wollongong, NSW (2009).

Dr Shrestha then started working in Royal Perth Hospital from 2010 where she did many medical and surgical terms such as General medicine, Acute Assessment Unit, and urology. She has also worked in Emergency in Kalgoorlie regional Hospital for more than six months. Dr Shrestha then moved to King Edward Hospital in 2011 and worked in Neonatology, Gynaecology and Obstetrics and then continued working in Gynaecology and Obstetrics at Swan District hospital until 2015.

Dr Shrestha has completed her Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DRANZCOG) in 2015 and is certified as a GP Obstetrician.

Dr Shrestha did her GP training with Western Australian General Practice Education Team (WAGPET) and completed her FRACGP in 2017. She has been working as a GP for more than three years now.

Dr Shrestha’s special interests are in all areas of general practice, including women’s health, antenatal and postnatal care (obstetrics), paediatrics and chronic disease management.

Languages: English, Nepalese, Hindi