Dr Shinta Tjandra

 

 

 

Dr Shinta Tjandra

 

 

 

Qualification/ Education/ Training.

Shinta graduated from Jakarta University - Indonesia in 1995, and attained the awards of "Resident of the year" when she completed her GP training in 1999.
Arrived in Melbourne in 2000 and underwent 2 years of transition into Australian Healthcare system at Royal Children's Hospital. 
Master of Medicine (in Paediatrics & Child Health) - University of Melbourne (2002).

 

Career Path

Prior to GP training with Eastern Health Victoria in 2018, Shinta completed the challenging AMC exams for General Registration and took paediatric training with Royal Australasian College of Physician (RACP) in Melbourne for 13 years with rotations in Royal Children’s Hospital, Royal Women’s Hospital, Sunshine Hospital, Monash Health (MMC, Dandenong and Casey Hospitals) and Eastern Health (Box Hill, Maroondah and Angliss Hospitals). Her extensive paediatric background includes a special interest in acute care in newborns (neonatal unit) and paediatric emergency medicine in hospital setting, as well as continuity of care in the community setting for children and adolescents with chronic health issues, disabilities, allergies, dermatology, developmental and behavioural issues.  

 

Current Work Status

Shinta is currently training to become a good Specialist General Practitioner (GPT4) or Family Doctor. Commencing February 2020 at Belgrave Medical Clinic.

 

Personal

 


 

 

1575 Burwood Highway, Tecoma, Vic, 3160

 

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Tel: (03) 9757 8000

Fax: (03) 9754 4611

 

Clinic Hours

Mon       8.30am - 5.30pm

Tue        8.30am - 5.30pm

Wed       8.30am - 5.30pm

Thu        8.30am - 5.30pm

Fri         8.30am - 5.30pm
Sat        8.30am - Noon  

 

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;
Have you had any fever in the past 48hrs?

 

  • Do you have any of these  Symptoms: 
  •   A cough?
  •   Shortness of Breath?
  •   Runny nose?
  •   Sore throat?
  • Have you travelled on a plane in the last 2 weeks?
  • Have you spent time with someone who travelled on a plane in the past 4 weeks and is now unwell?
  • Have you been in contact with a person confirmed or suspected COVID -19