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Dr. Anil first migrated to Australia in 2006.

Palmers Medical Centre has been offering medical services to patients in western Melbourne since 2014 through its centre in Truganina. Palmers Medical Centre Woodlea consists of a team of 5 doctors, 2 nurses 7 days per week. A pathology collector is also onsite working Monday to Friday 9am to 8pm and 9am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday. Besides regular General Practice services a number of procedures including Iron Infusions, biopsies, skin related and other are performed by GPs with special interests and experience.

We get to know resident GP, Dr. Anil Cheeta.

Tell us a little bit about yourself?
I migrated to Australia in 2006 and have been working as a GP since then. When I arrived I first practiced in a rural town in Tasmania. I worked there for 3 years before moving to Victoria to practice in Kyabram. In my profession I always aim to provide the best care and services to the community. My areas of interest include chronic disease management and men’s health.

What has your journey been with Palmers Medical?
I joined the Palmers Medical team in 2014, when they opened their first centre in Truganina. I have been with the team since practicing as the principal doctor.

What do you like to do outside of work?
I love watching and playing cricket and traveling. My favourite place that I have been to is Fiji. I also like to spend time with my family, especially my daughter who is currently in year 9.

What are you most excited about at Woodlea Town?
I’m looking forward to meeting new patients in a new area. Woodlea Town has a very nice feel and it is nice to be a part of the new community that is forming.

Palmers Medical Centre Woodlea is excited to offer bulk billed medical services 7 days a week, closer to the Woodlea community from the purpose built medical facility with 10 consulting rooms, 2 treatment rooms, pathology and large waiting areas – all within easy reach to residents at the new Woodlea Town Centre. Other facilities within the medical centre include a kids play/wait corner, baby change station and disabled access.

Visit Palmers Medical Centre and Dr. Cheeta for all of your family needs.

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