Dr. Kate Gregorevic, BSc MBBS(Hons) FRACP
Dr Kate Gregorevic is a geriatrician, registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Agency, and is a fellow of the Royal Australasian Society of Physicians and the Australian and New Zealand Geriatric Medicine Society. She graduated in medicine in 2006 with honours and has worked at many hospitals across Melbourne including St Vincent’s Hospital, the Austin Hospital and the Northern Hospital.
Dr Gregorevic has a broad range of interests including frailty, diagnosis and management of dementia, continence, falls and balance, and functional decline. Dr Gregorevic has a research interest in frailty, functional decline and hospitalised older adults, and as part of her PhD she is exploring whether health assets (protective factors) can improve outcomes for this group. She is also involved in the training of medical students at the University of Melbourne.
Dr. Kate Gregorevic is the Director and Founder of ElderHealth Australia.
Dr Katy Landy, BSc MBBS FRACP
Dr Katy Landy is a Geriatrician and member of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and the Australian and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine. She completed her medical degree at the University of Melbourne in 2006 and has since worked for Austin Health, Monash Health and Northern Health. Dr Landy currently works for Monash Health on a sessional basis and also sees patients privately in their nursing homes.
Dr Landy enjoys providing all aspects of geriatric care to residents of nursing homes, but has a particular interest in dementia, falls prevention, and polypharmacy.
Dr Ruth Martin, Mb BCh BAO FRACP FRCPI
Dr Ruth Martin is a Consultant Geriatrician, registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Agency, and is a fellow of the Royal Australasian Society of Physician. She completed her medical training both in Australia and Ireland and has worked with Eastern Health and Northern Health in Victoria, Australia. She has a specialist interest in Aged Care Facility medicine and has recently completed a research degree in the University of Melbourne on the topic of Advance Care Planning in residential aged care facilities. Her specific topics of interest include falls, dementia, mood disorders, polypharmacy and future planning.
Philosophy & Culture
Successful ageing is not only surviving, but thriving. We believe that it is important to look not only at risk factors, but at factors that can protect against frailty. Every individual has their own values and priorities. We take the time to get to know yours before making recommendations for management of your medical conditions.
Clinical excellence means providing care that is evidence-based. As part of our membership of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, we regularly undertake continuing medical education, to ensure we are up to date with medical research.
We feel that it is important to practice ethically. We do not accept free products and any conflicts of interest for individual doctors will be declared.
Careers at ElderHealth Australia
At ElderHealth Australia we are currently looking for qualified geriatricians able to work in any part of Melbourne, however we are also interested to hear from qualified geriatricians throughout Australia, as well as other medical professionals working in complementary fields. We are looking for people who are passionate about providing the highest level of care for older adults in the community and our goal is to foster a supportive team-based culture that offers a flexible working environment.