QV Medical Centre
Phone: (03) 9068 9916
Fax: (03) 9088 0329
Level 7, 1 Elizabeth Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Mon 9.30am - 6pm
Tues 9.30am - 8pm
Thu 9:30am - 8pm
Fri 9:30am - 6pm
QV Medical at Elizabeth St offers a private and calm environment suitable for longer consultations with our experienced and caring doctors.
Our Elizabeth St clinic can assist with all general medical issues with a special focus on women's health, pregnancy, children's health, skin cancer checks, mental health, chronic disease and complementary health care.
- Standard consultation: $90
- Long consultation: $150
Acupuncture and Chinese medicine services are also available on site by Ping Ming Health (Monday to Saturday).
Meet Our Team
Dr Kyal Agraval is passionate GP go getter with special interests in womens health, paediatrics and preventative health. She loves travel and loves dogs.
She can help you with pap smears, Implanon insertion and removal, sexual health screening and pregnancy counselling.
Dr Vyom Sharma is a capable and warm character who is available to help with a range of health problems. He has an interest in men's health, STI checks, workplace health checks/assessments and mental health.
When Dr Sharma is not practicing medicine, he is a health commentator and performing around the world as a professional magician.
Dr Linda Le is passionate GP with 16 years experience in multiple areas of medicine, including Paediatrics, Geriatric Medicine, Skin Cancer Medicine and is determined to reach the peak of professional excellence.
Dr Le is fluent in English, Cantonese available during weekends. Please book with her if you require a skin cancer check, or a Cantonese speaking doctor.
Dr Charles Lee has been practicing as a general practitioner for many decades in Melbourne. He integrates western medicine with a more natural approach to the management of common medical conditions in general practice.
Dr Lee provides additional alternative solutions for issues concerning men's and women's health.
Dr Alison Edwards is a caring Melbourne trained general practitioner of over 30 years experience. She graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1980 and has practiced in both Melbourne and across Australia. Dr Edwards loves the variety and challenge of general practice which cares for families of all ages. She now restricts her working week to Thursdays and Fridays, devoting her time to being the best doctor she can be by avoiding the current trend of quick fixes.
Women’s health, from adolescence to menopause and beyond, has always been an important focus of Dr Edwards’ work but she regards taking care of men’s health equally as important. She is also qualified in obstetrics and while not delivering babies anymore, she continues to care for pregnant women through the shared antenatal care offered by most Melbourne obstetric hospitals.
Dr Edwards’ philosophy of practicing good medicine starts with establishing great relationships with her patients and working collaboratively to solve complex health challenges.
Dr Christine Parkinson is an empathic GP with a clear communication style and high level of competence across a broad range of areas in medicine.
Dr Parkinson’s main focus is good quality preventative medicine in order to optimise health and quality of life. She is available on Tuesday, Wednesday afternoons and evenings as well as Saturday afternoons.
Dr Lidija Coha is a passionate and very experienced GP who has been practicing medicine for over 27 years since graduating in 1987 from the city of Nis in Yugoslavia. Dr Coha has always enjoyed caring for patients who come from a wide range of cultural backgrounds. She is a highly motivated, dedicated and thorough female general practitioner.
Dr Coha especially loves her role as a family medicine doctor, looking after women’s, children's and men's health across all ages. She is skilled at solving a wide variety of general health issues and can also help you with pap smears, sexual health screenings, mental health care plans, travel medicine, preventative health and workplace health checks/assessments.
Dr Coha also speaks Bosnian, Croatian, Macedonian and Serbian. Away from medicine, Dr Coha loves to spend time with her family and enjoys travelling and ballroom dancing.
Dr Charis Su is a friendly and caring Chinese medicine practitioner who has great passion for health. She has over 10 years of clinical experience from Australia and Taiwan.
Dr Su is very experienced with women’s health, fertility and pregnancy issues. She also has a special interest in metabolic, skin, immunity and stress-related health issues, all types of pain conditions including headaches, musculoskeletal and neurological problems.
Dr Su enjoys helping her patients not only to solve their immediate concerns but also providing them with practical knowledge about their health to maintain wellbeing.
Dr David Yang's interest in health originates from his grandfather who is a senior practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine. He holds a double degree in Chinese medicine and human biology with honours from RMIT University. Dr Yang is known to be a friendly, caring and approachable practitioner who provides his patients with honest communication and upfront advice throughout their treatment plan to help achieve successful outcomes.
Dr Yang is passionate about the treatment of pain and experienced in a wide range of issues including musculoskeletal pain and tightness, chronic stress, low immunity, men's and women's health, internal organ disorders, fertility support including IVF support, digestive issues, symptoms of anxiety and depression. Furthermore, he also enjoys working with younger patients on children's health issues.
Practicing with compassion, patience and great attention to detail, Dr Jinnan Cai is passionate about the potential of traditional Chinese medicine to provide effective and natural health care that complements both western medicine and our modern lifestyles.
Dr Cai is experienced with a wide range of health problems including musculoskeletal injuries and chronic pain, women’s and men’s health (both physical and emotional), symptoms of stress such as anxiety, depression, fatigue, headache and insomnia as well as skin and allergy, digestive and metabolic disorders. He also has a special interest in the management of neuropathic and chronic postoperative pain. Dr Cai holds a double degree in Chinese medicine and human biology with first class honours from RMIT University.