Dr Jamie Pike




Dr Jamie Pike





Dr Pike completed a Bachelor of Applied Science at RMIT University followed by an honours year studying DNA changes in people suffering chronic lymphocytic leukaemia at the bone marrow transplant unit, the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne.

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery completed at The University of Melbourne 2006

Graduate Diploma in Medical Acupuncture, Monash University 2011

Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners 2015


Current Work Status

Dr Pike commenced at Belgrave Medical Clinic in October 2018. She continues to practice part time in community health also, has an interest in pain management and is an acupuncture practitioner.
Her other interests include longevity, lifestyle medicine and preventative care.
Dr Pike is committed to helping her patients achieve long healthy lives.

Career Path

During her training, Dr Pike completed rotations at St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne and Warrnambool Base Hospital, including general medicine, emergency medicine, respiratory medicine, upper gastrointestinal surgery, dermatology, addiction medicine and psychiatry.
Since completing her early training she has gone on to work in many varied positions including further experience in emergency medicine, psychiatry (including mother-baby psychiatry) and also working as a locum medical officer at the women's prison in Ravenhall. Jamie has worked in general practice in both community health services and private practices.


Jamie is a devoted wife and mother of two young daughters. She is a local who feels a connection to these hills where she grew up. She enjoys reading, walking, growing food and indigenous plants.



1575 Burwood Highway, Tecoma, Vic, 3160




for All Hours Care

Tel: (03) 9757 8000

Fax: (03) 9754 4611


Clinic Hours

Mon       8.30am - 8.00pm

Tue        8.30am - 8.00pm

Wed       8.30am - 8.00pm

Thu        8.30am - 8.00pm

Fri         8.30am - 5.30pm
Sat  8.30am - 12.00 Noon 

Sunday  CLOSED


Please Note:
We want to provide you the best possible care, as well as protect our staff and our patients because of coronavirus outbreak and risks.
All patients will be offered a Telehealth or face to face consultation and will be asked to present at the reception triage check point 15 minutes earlier. Patients should be prepared to answer screening questions.