UPDATE (7/5/18) – Bianca is returning to Street Family Clinic and will be available for consultation from 15/5/18. New patients welcome.
Bianca was born and raised in the small rural town of Yarram Victoria and had a treasured childhood riding horses, bushwalking and camping with her family. She moved to Melbourne in 1997 to study Medicine at Monash University. She completed her degree in 2003.
Bianca started her career as a doctor at the Alfred Hospital, completing her residency in 2005. Bianca then worked as a locum doctor in emergency medicine for three years in various rural and interstate hospitals. This allowed her the time and flexibility to travel abroad to many amazing places. Bianca returned home to complete her paediatric training at Mildura Hospital before embarking on a career in General Practice.
Since 2009 Bianca has worked at the Eramosa Family Medical Centre where she developed a particular interest in paediatrics, travel medicine, migraine management and minor procedures. She was granted Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2011. Bianca prides herself on being a thorough clinician. She feels honoured that since moving to the Peninsula, her patients have trusted her with their health and wellbeing. She is excited to join the team at Surrey Street Clinic where she can continue to provide quality care to the residents of the Mornington Peninsula.
On a personal note, Bianca is married and mother to two strapping young boys who take after their father who is a martial arts instructor. She also has two adopted “fur-kids” in the form of greyhound shaped couch potatoes. She enjoys walking her dogs, photography, drawing and travelling.