Clinic Hours 

Weekdays: 8am – 6pm
Saturday: 9am – 12pm 

Clinic Hours

Sunday: CLOSED
Public Holidays: CLOSED

The doctors and staff at St Kilda Medical Group offer a caring, high quality, comprehensive and ethical family practice.

We are committed to providing the highest standard of patient care whilst incorporating a holistic approach toward diagnosis and management of illness.

General Practitioners

Dr Nick Carr


Nick is one of the senior partners at St Kilda Medical Group. He is particularly interested in men’s health, paediatrics, care of the elderly, psychological medicine and all aspects of rational prescribing. But like all the doctors at SKMG he’s a GP, so he’s happy to see all ages and genders! Nick also runs a specialist sleep clinic for babies aged 6-18 months. More about Nick

Dr Belinda Goad


Belinda joined SKMG in 1998 and is one of the senior partners of the practice. She has a diploma of Obstetrics and offers shared antenatal care with Melbourne maternity hospitals. She is also an accredited supervisor for GP registrars and medical students. She performs minor surgical procedures and iron infusions and fits diaphragms. She has a particular interest in antenatal care, women’s health and pediatrics. As well as counselling the elderly, she visits a number of local nursing homes.

Dr Jonathan Epstein


Jonathan joined SKMG in 2014. He is interested in all aspects of General Practice. He has a Diploma of Obstetrics and a Diploma of Child Health. He is accredited to provide shared antenatal care with Melbourne’s Maternity hospitals. He does iron infusions, performs minor surgical procedures and does steroid injections into some joints. He prescribes the new Hepatitis C medications. Jonathan is also a prescriber of medication for people with HIV. He also lectures medical students at The University of Melbourne.

Dr Jordana Rockman


Jordana joined St Kilda Medical Group in 2003. Her previous placements included working at The Royal Women’s hospital where she obtained her Diploma of Obstetrics. She has continued to have a strong interest in women’s health and family planning. Jordana has also completed meditation teacher training.

She believes that lifestyle factors have a significant impact on an individual’s health and wellbeing. She takes a holistic approach when treating patients, identifying areas that can be addressed to promote both optimum mental and physical health.

More about Jordana

Dr Greg Kuriata


Greg joined the practice in 2008. Greg has extensive experience in General Practice and Emergency Medicine, General Medicine and ENT. He performs iron infusions, minor skin diagnostic and procedural work and Hepatitis C treatment. He is interested in lifestyle change and psychological medicine and men’s health but is happy seeing patients of all ages.

Dr Libby Dai

Dr Libby Dai


Libby joined SKMG in 2021. She completed her medical training in New Zealand, and moved to Australia in 2018. She enjoys all aspects of general practice, especially working with children and older adults. She also continues to be involved in research and teaching at the University of Melbourne.

Dr Andrew Baird


Andrew joined SKMG in 2021. He completed his medical degree in Edinburgh, his GP training in South West Scotland, and his rural GP training in WA and in the north of England. He worked for 12 years as a procedural GP in Western Victoria before moving to Melbourne. He also has a background in medical education, and when not at SKMG, works as a Medical Advisor for Avant, a national medical defence organisation.

Andrew is interested in all areas of general practice.


The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) works with accredited training practices who guide, supervise and support registrars throughout their training. St Kilda Medical Group provides outstanding in-practice teaching and experience. We equip our registrars with appropriate skills including a wide exposure to relevant general practice issues. Our registrars hold a valuable place in our team.