About MyClinic Bacchus Marsh

We are a bulk billing clinic.  All patients with a valid Medicare card will be bulk billed.

Overseas Students & Visitors with valid private health insurance with the following companies will be direct billed: BUPA, NIB, Iman, Allianz, AHM & Medibank.

Fees may apply for services not covered by Medicare and procedures. Speak to reception for more information.

We require a minimum of 2 hours notice for cancellation of a scheduled appointment. Failure to do so will result in a cancellation fee of $10. This fee cannot be claimed back via Medicare.

12 Gell St, Bacchus Marsh VIC 3340
03 5367 4999
Opening Hours
Mon-Fri 8am-8pm
Sat/Sun 9am-3pm

Our Doctors

Female GP

Dr Ritu Kamra Batra is trained and qualified as a Doctor in India in 2004. Since then, she has worked as a doctor in India, UK and New Zealand before making Australia as her home. She has been working as a GP in MyClinic Bacchus Marsh since 2014. She is a self motivated hard working doctor who believes in patient-centered medicine and preventive care. Her interests are Minor surgery, contraception (Implanon), Breast medicine, Urology, health promotion, chronic illnesses and immunization. She is fluent in English, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.

Female GP

Dr.Motahareh Oveisi is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners(FRACGP), She has been practising for over 8 years since graduation in 2010 and has been practising at Myclinic Bacchus Marsh since 2014.She consults in English and Farsi (Persian).

Her special interests include men’s health, women’s health and children’s health, mental health, travel medicine, chronic disease management, preventative care.

Female GP

 Dr Jayani is a female GP, graduated in Sri Lanka and has a special interest in General Practice. She is passionate to provide care to the community and she is working towards obtaining her fellowship in Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

She speaks English and Sinhalese.

Apart from her medical career she loves to enjoy time with her family.

I am an Australian trained GP having graduated from the University of Melbourne and am also a proud fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). I completed my hospital training at the Northern Hospital and have worked in various general practices across regional Victoria and NSW. I enjoy working as a GP and helping patient’s in all aspects of their health. However, I have special interests in travel medicine and men’s health. In addition to English, I can also speak Punjabi and Hindi.
Dr Akram Jabbar has over 19 years of working experience in General Practice. Before moving to Australia he worked in Sultanate of Oman and Sri Lanka. He completed his undergraduate studies and obtained his MBBS in Sri Lanka. He continued postgraduate studies and obtained the following qualifications: FRACGP from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, MRCGP (INT) from the Royal College of General Practitioners-UK, Fellowship in Diabetes from the Medvasity and Apollo Hospital Educational and Research Foundation-India and the Advanced Certificate of General Dermatology from Bond University-Australia.


His special interests are the management of Chronic Diseases, Diabetology, Dermatology, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Mental Health and Preventive Health Care.

Female GP

I am an Australian trained doctor having graduated from the University of Western Sydney. I then went on to complete my hospital and GP training in Sydney and am now a proud fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). In addition to this, I have a Diploma in Child Health and my special interests include paediatric medicine and women’s health. In addition to English, I can also speak fluent Hindi and Punjabi.