Drs Ceri (a Welsh Gaelic name pronounced "Kerry"), Andrew and Richard Goodwin are brothers who have owned and operated the medical centre since the mid 1990s and who work with a team of experienced General Practice colleagues.
The surgery has its roots in a local practice that has cared for people in the Malvern/Unley and surrounding areas for over 80 years.
Main Building - Unley Branch
In the year 2000, the practice moved from a bungalow on nearby Opey Avenue to its current, much larger, premises on Unley Road. In the mid 2000s, the practice further expanded into an adjacent shop adding another three rooms to the centre.
Today, the main building offers eight generous sized consulting rooms (including a dedicated treatment room), a comfortable waiting room and a modern reception area and ample on-site, as well as adjacent off-site car parking.
In the second half of this year we will be undertaking some building additions to the Main Building to improve our staff facilities and the branch will have a major makeover of patient facilities and amenity.
"The Cottage" - Unley Branch
In 2012, a second building, the "Cottage" was added to the practice behind the main centre. With the partial assistance of a Federal Government grant, this character cottage was fully renovated and converted into a dedicated Medical and Allied Health.
In addition to our GPs the Cottage is home to a Pathology Collection Centre, three Psychologists, a Podiatrist and a Dietitian.
80 Belair Rd - Hawthorn Branch
This year we have expanded and our new Hawthorn Branch surgery at 80 Belair Road opened on 1 July.
Dr Dom Panozzo and Dr Margaret Harrington relocated to Hawthorn for all their consultations from that date. Doctors Ceri, Andrew and Richard Goodwin are rotating between the existing Unley branch and our new Hawthorn branch, as will our Registrars, Doctors Stephanie Tiver and Oana Maftei.
Please note that our Saturday consultations are at our Hawthorn Branch. Unley Branch is no longer open on Saturdays.
We look forward to welcoming our patients to our new branch.
There is ample parking for patients at 199 Unley Rd immediately adjacent to the main building, the Cottage and nearby. This parking comprises the on-site car park between the main centre and the Cottage, including a dedicated disabled car park for permit holders and off-site street parking of one and four hours duration in Fairford St along the side of the main building and the front of the Cottage.
Additionally there is parking of one hour duration on the eastern and western sides of Unley Rd at the front of the main building and across the road, and one hour parking in Hart St directly opposite the main building, across Unley Rd.
The entrance to the main centre is on the northern side of the building.
Similarly there is plenty of parking at 80 Belair Rd comprising the on-site car park adjacent to the building entrance, including a dedicated disabled car park for permit holders and off-site street parking of 30 minute and unlimited duration in Devonshire St.
Additionally there is parking of one hour duration on the eastern and western sides of Belair Rd, other than during clearway and bicycle lane hours.