Meet the Doctors
Dr Magdy Massaud
FRACGP, Master ENT
Dr Massaud graduated from Ain Shams University in Egypt. He brings with him years of experience, having worked in Western Health, Morwell, Bradford, Frankston, Berwick and Hampton Park.
Dr Massaud has a keen interest in family health, ENT (ear, nose and throat) and minor surgery.
Dr Massaud understands the importance of quality care and is always ready to help.
Dr Pubudu Sam Weeratunga
MBBS, MS (Surgery), FRACGP
Dr Sam graduated (MBBS) in 1999 from university of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. He has obtained his post graduate qualifications in General Surgery (Master of Surgery) in 2006 and has 20 years of experience as a medical practitioner, both in Sri Lanka & Australia.
He has performed a large number of surgical procedures ranging from skin lesion excisions to bowel, thyroid and breast surgeries. Since arriving in Australia his interests expanded and worked in Paediatrics (Kids health), Emergency Medicine, Gynaecology (Women’s Health) and obstetrics, and as an Ear, Nose, Throat Registrar at Frankston Hospital, Peninsula Health. He joined Australian General Practice in 2008.
Dr Constantina Rodrigues
Dr Rodrigues enjoys the whole spectrum of general practice and in interested in women's health, mental health and family health.
Dr Rodrigues is committed to providing the care you and your loved ones deserve. With exceptional expertise and true compassion, our patients always feel comfortable with her.
As our on-site nurse, Ms Kurkcu is committed to providing the care you and your loved ones deserve.
As our on-site nurse, our patients always feel comfortable working with Ms Villaruel
Dr Salman Ahmed
MBBS, FCPS(ophth) AMC, FRACGP
Dr Ahmed is keen on providing holistic care to the community and capable of providing expertise care in family health and minor surgery.
Dr Hossein Kilani
After a long career throughout the medical industry, Cranbourne Stawell Clinic was thrilled to welcome Dr Kilani to the team. As a General Practitioner, he has worked with and supported countless patients.