Providing exceptional healthcare and support in the Macedon Ranges since 1989.

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(03) 5427 1002
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14 Brooke St Woodend VIC 3442
8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
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8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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Visiting Specialist Services

Patients of Brooke Street Medical Centre are able to receive specialist care, with a range of visiting health specialists. To book an appointment, please call our friendly reception team on 03 5427 1002.

Dr Gurvitch is a general and Interventional Cardiologist whose main interests are managing patients with ischaemic heart disease and all forms of valvular and structural heart disease.

Dr. Gurvitch completed his medical training at the University of Melbourne followed by specialist cardiology and interventional training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. After winning the inaugural CSANZ travelling fellowship award he spent two years training in Vancouver Canada with Professor John Webb, the pioneer of percutaneous heart valve technologies.

He performs a high number of complex coronary interventions including the use of advanced imaging techniques and is regularly oncall for the acute infarct angioplasty service at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He has specific expertise in structural heart disease intervention and is recognized internationally for his work in the field of transcatheter aortic valve intervention. He currently leads the transcatheter valve implantation program at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and is actively involved in proctoring and teaching other cardiologists setting up their own percutaneous valve replacement programs both nationally and overseas. He has published extensively with over 60 manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals including as first author in JACC and Circulation as well as authoring several book chapters.

Dr. Gurvitch has appointments at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne Private, John Fawkner and Cabrini private hospitals. He consults regularly at OneHeart Cardiology in Flemington/Niddrie as well as a number of regional centers including Woodend, Gisborne, and Seymour/Euroa.

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Conrad Bishop sees adult patients with a variety of urological conditions. He has a subspecialty interest in uro-oncology and is experienced at all forms of urological robotic surgery. He has a public appointment at the Western Hospital and operates on private patients at the Epworth Freemasons.

Conrad grew up in Melbourne’s Northwest suburbs, attending Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School. Following his stepfather and stepbrother into medicine, he graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1999 (MBBS). Conrad completed his training in Urological Surgery in 2010 (FRACS) after training at the Royal Melbourne, Geelong and Austin hospitals and completing a uro-oncology fellowship at Monash Medical Centre. He then moved to the UK and undertook a comprehensive two year fellowship in robotic surgery at the Hertfordshire and South Bedfordshire Urological Cancer Centre (HSBUCC), where he became proficient in all aspects of robotic surgery, completing over 100 cases as the primary surgeon.

Upon completion of his fellowship, Conrad was invited to join the consultant staff at Guy’s Hospital in London, the UK’s largest and best known robotic surgery unit. During his time at Guy’s, Conrad regularly performed robotic surgery for prostate, kidney and bladder cancer. He was one of the UK’s pioneers of total intracorporeal urinary diversion for robotic cystectomy, being one of the first in the UK to become proficient in the technique. He has trained several other surgeons in robotic surgery and was a faculty member of the robotics course at the University College London.

Conrad is up to date with the latest diagnostics for prostate cancer including transperineal prostate biopsy and multiparametric MRI. He is a proponent of active surveillance for low grade prostate cancer to prevent over treatment of the condition wherever possible. He also offers laser surgery for benign prostatic enlargement.

Academically, Conrad has published 28 peer reviewed papers, two textbook chapters and has presented 35 posters and oral presentations at national and international meetings. He is a regular reviewer for the International Journal of Surgery (IJS) and the British Journal of Urology International (BJUI). He has recently been appointed to the BJUI editorial board for 2014.

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Connect Hearing is a national network of healthcare hearing centres across Australia backed by an experienced telehealth team. Our mission is to make it easier for you to proactively manage your hearing health, delivering customised care, technological superiority, clinical excellence and trust.

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General Surgeon - Dr Mohammed Khaleel

Available at Brooke Street Medical Centre on Thursday mornings from 8.30am-12.30pm every four weeks.

Dr. Mohammed Khaleel, an Australian-trained general surgeon, has a special focus on Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary (HPB) and Upper Gastrointestinal (UGI) surgery. Following his surgical training through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) via Western Health, he completed three distinguished fellowships. While establishing a solid foundation as a general surgeon and endoscopist at Ballarat Base Hospital, Dr. Khaleel developed a specific interest in HPB and UGI surgery. Further enhancing his skills, he spent two years in renowned institutions, initially as an HPB Fellow at The Alfred and later as an HPB & Liver Transplant Fellow at the Austin Hospital. In 2022, Dr. Khaleel earned a Master's degree in minimally invasive surgery from the University of Adelaide, underscoring his commitment to advancing surgical techniques and improving patient outcomes. He was honored with the Rural Surgery Fellowship for Provincial Surgeons Grant from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS). Dr. Khaleel anticipates a transformative impact through innovative approaches, heralding a revolution in surgical procedures to reduce complications, surgical site infections, hospital stays, and expedite recovery. His diverse training in tertiary, regional, and rural health services, including South Australia, has expanded his clinical expertise, reinforcing his capacity to excel in various healthcare environments.

Areas of Subspecialty/Special Interest

  • General and laparoscopic surgery (Minimal Invasive Surgery)
  • Gallbladder disease (stones, polyps)
  • Endoscopy (Gastroscopy and colonoscopy)
  • Hernia (laparoscopic & open) – including complex hernia repair
  • Liver, pancreas, gallbladder (HPB) & spleen surgery.
  • Upper Gastrointestinal benign surgery, hiatus hernia, GORD
  • Acute general surgery, small bowl pathology & Anorectal conditions
  • Carpal tunnel release, ganglion surgery & excision LN biopsy
  • Skin and subcutaneous lesions, lipoma, cysts etc.

Professional associations and memberships

  • Gastroenterological Society of Australia (GESA)
  • The Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand Hepatic Pancreatic and Biliary Association (AANZHPBA)
  • Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand Hernia Society (ANZ Hernia)

Main Consult Rooms

St Vincent’s Private Hospital
240 Hoppers Lane, Werribee, VIC 3030

T: 03 7040 8170

F: 03 7040 8171


Hospitals - private

  1. St Vincent's Private Hospital Werribee - 240 Hoppers Ln, Werribee VIC 3030 - (03) 9218 8000
  2. Sunshine Private Hospital - 145 Furlong Rd, St Albans VIC 3021 - 1300 600 978
  3. Hobsons Bay Endoscopy Centre - 566 Melton Hwy, Sydenham VIC 3037

Hospitals - Public

  1. Werribee Mercy Hospital / Mercy Health - 300-310 Princes Hwy, Werribee VIC 3030 - (03) 8754 3000
  2. Sunshine Hospital / Western Health - 176 Furlong Rd, St Albans VIC 3021 - (03) 8345 1333

After Hours

In a medical emergency, please call 000 and ask for an ambulance.

If you require medical assistance outside of our opening hours, Sunshine Hospital is located at 176 Furlong Road, St Albans. Phone number (03) 8345 1333.

For out of hours medical advice, please call the After Hours GP Helpline on 1800 022 222 or visit