24-26 Carpenter Street, Brighton, 3186
Telephone: 9592 0222 | Fax: 9592 6095
Mon – Fri: 8am – 6pm | Sat: 9am – 12pm
Closed Sunday and all public holidays


Dr. Steven Ehrenreich

Steven has been practicing in Brighton since 1989 and has interests in general, family, and children’s health issues. Steve has a particular interest in skin cancers, emergency medicine, and also has 10+ years of experience in cosmetic treatments including Botox and Juvederm treatments for skin lines.

Dr. David Fox

David has been at Brighton Medical Clinic since 1993. He has particular interests in diabetes, heart disease and men’s health. He also has a special interest in children’s health.

Dr. Katriona Ross
BSC (Hons), MSC MD (Canada), FRACGP, Dip.Obst, RACOG

Katriona has been working at Brighton Medical Clinic since 1994. She has interests in sports medicine, all family and children’s health issues and aged care.

Dr. Lydia Nunes

Lydia has been practising at Brighton Medical Clinic since 2002. Her particular interests involve skin cancer surgery, lasers to treat skin conditions, cosmetic treatments including Botox and fillers and treatment of Acne. She is involved in teaching Monash Medical students and takes special interest in Paediatrics, Adolescent and Women’s health.

Dr. David Wu

David graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1996 and was awarded his fellowship in the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners soon after in 2000. He has been at the Brighton Medical Clinic since 2004 and is interested in all aspects of general practice with particular emphasis in men’s health, chronic disease, and mental health, and all aspects of childhood development. He also has an interest in both sports and travel medicine and has been involved in teaching medical students for many years.

When not at the clinic, David enjoys learning new recipes, keeping fit, and spending time with his wife and two children.

Dr Harry Brown
MBBS (Hons)

Dr Harry Brown joins Brighton Medical Clinic with a passion for all aspects of General Practice. He has particular interest in preventative health, paediatrics, dermatology, men’s health, sexual health and LGBTIQ+ health. Harry is a registered s100 prescriber.

Dr David Fineberg

David grew up in Elsternwick and completed his MBBS at Bond University Queensland. He has worked in hospitals in Queensland and Mornington Peninsula in Cardiology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Emergency Medicine and General Surgery. He achieved a high commendation in the Diploma of Child Health through The University of Sydney and the Children’s Hospital at Westmead. Subsequently, he has undertaken further training in mental health.

David has worked in both Metropolitan and Rural GP clinics, including working with the Defence Force as a Civilian Medical Officer at bases across Australia. Throughout the pandemic he worked in the St Vincent Hospital fever clinics and as a specialist GP in paediatric emergency at The Frankston Hospital.

Dr. Madeleine Campbell
MBBS (Hons), MSc (Derm), SCHP

Dr Madeleine Campbell joins Brighton Medical Clinic in 2022. She is interested in all aspects of General Practice, with particular interests in preventative healthcare, women’s health, children’s health, and mental health. She recognises the importance of a holistic approach and open communication with her patients to build strong relationships and helpmaximise whole person health. After graduating from Monash University in 2008, Madeleine moved to specialise in
General Practice in 2018. She has prior experience in many aspects of hospital medicine and obtained a Master of Dermatology (non-skin-cancer) at King’s College London. More recently she also completed the Sydney Child
Health program (formerly diploma of child health).
Outside of work Madeleine enjoys cooking, reading and spending time with her
husband and two young children.

Dr. Sally Kogosowski

“Dr. Sally” grew up in Elwood, went to school at Brighton Secondary and eventually established her career at BMC some 20 years ago. She enjoys all aspects of general practice and, with a Diploma in Obstetrics, she has accreditation at Sandringham, the Women’s and Southern Health hospitals to practice shared antenatal care.

RN Melissa Zanlunghi

Mrs. Zanlunghi has been a nurse for over 20 years and holds a Master’s degree in Paediatric Nursing and Haematology and Oncology Nursing. Her particular interests are in chronic disease management, nutrition, exercise and health maintenance throughout the life span.

Dr Mandy Atchison

Dr Atchison graduated from Monash University in 1982. She has been working in general practice since 1987 and has a special interest in family practice, women’s health and preventative medicine. She has completed the Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine with the University of Queensland.

Dr Monica Tomkin

Dr Tomkin graduated from Monash University in 1991. As part of her FRACGP training (GP qualification) she spent time working in sexual health and has also qualified as a lactation consultant. She has a special interest in women’s health, paediatrics, sexual health and breast-feeding problems.

Dr Lalith (Lith) Baduraliya

Dr Lith graduated with MBBS in 2000, did his GP training in Tasmania and has worked in rural Australia as well as metropolitan hospitals and general practice. His special interests are Child Health, Vaccinations, Travel Medicine, early detection of cancer and cancer care, chronic diseases (stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease) skin cancer & lesion removal and Men’s health.

Dr Jacqueline Smith

Dr Smith graduated from The University of Melbourne in 1987. She has further training in geriatrics, paediatrics and obstetrics. She has a Diploma of Obstetrics and enjoys providing shared antenatal care with public maternity hospitals.

Dr Nerissa Mc Donald
General Practitioner

Dr Nerissa McDonald has over 20 years’ experience in General practice and recognises the challenges we all face in maintaining good health across our lifespan. She is keen to work with those with a desire to maintain a healthy status and to maximise health for those with chronic health conditions. Good health should start in childhood and extend well into older age. Nerissa has a strong commitment to Aged Care and complex disease management.

Prof. Danielle Mazza

Danielle is the Professor and Head of General Practice at Monash University. An expert in women’s health, she has written a text book for GP’s on that subject and was formerly the medical director of Family Planning Victoria. Other interests are in mental health issues, asthma and diabetes.

Dr. Mary Hanna

Mary has been in General Practice for almost 25 years with previous Emergency Department and anaesthetics experience. Mary’s special interests include: women’s health including family planning, antenatal care and sexual health. Chronic disease management including diabetes, hypertension, asthma and preventative medicine.training in MH counselling skills, contraception/sexual health and adolescent health ensure a holistic approach for all ages and stages of life.