Meet Our Doctors
Dr Sam Arber
Sam started at the practice in 1973. He has been an important part of the local community over that time.
His outside interests include bridge, golf, folk dancing, horse racing and lawn bowls.
- Family Medicine
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy
- Home and Aged Care Facility visiting
- Ad-hoc clinic sessions
Dr Sanja Arcon
Dr Sanja Arcon graduated from the University of Sarajevo in 1991, before obtaining her Fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Sanja has acquired a broad range of clinical expertise through practicing in Australia for nearly two decades.
After working at the Royal Hobart Hospital, Sanja spent thirteen years in General Practice in southern NSW. She worked with the School of Medicine, University of Wollongong as a Senior Clinical Lecturer and actively trains medical students.
She is fluent in Slavic languages and conversational in German. Sanja regularly attends conferences with interests in natural, whole food, low carbohydrate and sports nutrition. She holds a Certificate in Primary Care Positive Parenting Program, a world renowned program that helps make raising children easier.Sanja also holds a Certificate in Primary Skin Cancer Therapeutics.
Outside medicine Sanja enjoys tennis, skiing, travelling and supporting her athlete son to achieve his dreams.
Dr Alessandra Briglia
MB BS, FRACGP
Alessandra (Sandi) graduated from Monash University in 2006 and has worked at Southern Health hospitals in a variety of areas including women’s and children’s health fields.Her areas of interest include family medicine, women’s health, family planning and sexual health (men’s and women’s) as well as minor procedures.
Sandi has two spoilt dogs and enjoys·walking with them, cooking·for friends, and catching live music or theatre whenever she gets a chance.
- Family Medicine
- Women’s health
- Family planning/contraceptive advice
- Men’s and women’s sexual health
- Minor procedures
- LGBTI Friendly
Dr Sue English
MB BS, DipRACOG, FRACGP
Dr Sue English is available for a variety of sessions in Hampton and Mentone. Sue also works at the Family Medical Obstetric Clinic at Sandringham Hospital . She is involved with Breast Cancer share care management with Monash Medical Centre.
Sue is the founder of Bayside Friends of Salesian Missions in East Timor – supporting young people in East Timor through education and health. Sue travels to East Timor annually to work in a remote village clinic and funds specific projects within the Salesian Missions related to nutrition and health.
Sue is the President and Ambassador for Days for Girls Bayside Melbourne and on the Victorian State Council for International Women’s Forum Australia. She is also a Board Member for Children First Foundation
Sue is married with two sons. Her interests include horseriding, learning Tetun, travel and cooking.