FOR APPOINTMENTS PLEASE CALL: (03) 5429 1362
Lancefield Country Practice joined the Ochre network in April 2015. The Practice prides itself on providing stable and ongoing medical service to the community of Lancefield and the surrounding areas. Lancefield Country Practice offers a range of services including general family medical care, ante-natal checks, immunisations, handling minor emergencies, stabilising patients requiring transfer, development of care plans for chronic or complex issues, removal of skin lesions, facial rejuvenation as well as clinics for diabetes, weight management, smoking and self-esteem.
Hours of Operation
Monday 8:30am – 5:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am – 5:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am – 5:30pm
Thursday 8:30am – 6:00pm
Friday 8:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday 8:30am – 1pm
Closed Sundays & Public Holidays
For after hours please contact Medicare Local Health Services on 1800 022 222
This is a mixed billing practice. Bulk Billing Health Care, Pension Card Holders and Children under 16.
Four Registered Nurses
Services provided by the Registered Nurses are: Chronic Disease Management and Health Assessments, Immunisations, Wound dressings, Ear Syringing, Removal of Sutures and any other services that the Doctors request.
RA and RRMA classification
RA 2 RLRP
Dr. Paul Carter MD (FRCPath, Adv Dip Clin Hyno) – Medical Coordinator / General Practitioner
Dr Carter; originally from the UK emigrated to Australia in 1976. He has worked in the Macedon Ranges and surrounds for 30 plus years. Paul has practised as a pathologist, but in realising his desire to help people directly, he started working in suburban general practice. Paul set up Lancefield Country Practice in 2009. In doing so, he provided a medical service that was not yet available in that township. More recently, Paul has developed a number of self- help programmes for patients and is a regular speaker giving presentations on mental health issues to local men’s groups, local community health centres, meetings and parents evenings at local schools.
Speciality interest areas: Mental Health, Mindfulness, Men’s Health and Chronic Disease Management
Dr. Natalia Tellez Santos (MBBS, MPH) – General Practitioner
Dr Tellez Santos joined Lancefield Medical Centre in February 2014 as a GP Registrar. She has worked as a Hospital Medical Office in Mildura, VIC and Ipswich, QLD Base hospitals.
Speciality interest areas: Women’s Health, Palliative Care, Dermatology and Chronic Disease Management
Dr. Marina Kefford (MBBS, FRACGP) – General Practitioner
Dr Kefford has worked at Lancefield since it first opened in February 2009. She has previously worked at Barwon Health Hospital.
Speciality interest areas: Women’s Health, Dermatology and Chronic Disease Management
Dr. Zahid Iqbal (MMBS) – General Practitioner
Dr Iqbal started working at Lancefield in March 2014. He has previously worked as a GP Visiting Medical Officer in Cobram since 2010.
Speciality interest areas: Chronic Disease Management, Men’s Health and Aged Care
Dr. Jos de Jong (MBBS) – General Practitioner
Dr Jos de Jong joins the Lancefield practice after a 7 year period of working in Wangaratta Base Hospital Emergency Department followed by a shorter term in Wodonga Base Hospital in 2015 where he was dealing with more GP type ailments.
Originally from the Netherlands, Jos brings with him a vast amount of experience in treating patients during tours of duty in Macedonia, Albania, Croatia and Iraq with the Royal Netherlands Airforce.
In his spare time, Jos enjoys playing Golf and computer games. He is also building a 737 cockpit flight simulator as another of his hobbies.
Speciality interest areas: Emergency Medicine and General Practice
17 High Street
Lancefield, VIC, 3435
(03) 5429 1362
Only 70kms north of Melbourne and a short drive from the Calder or Hume Freeways, Lancefield has the classic air of a pastoral working town coupled with a strong local arts and antiques scene.
Lancefield is a compact, charming town situated in a rolling agricultural landscape at the geographic centre of Victoria. It has wide, tree-lined avenues and rural views in all directions. Key landscape features include Melbourne Hill to the south, and Deep Creek and Mount William Range to the east.