Our Team

Meet our team of healthcare professionals

Our team of general practitioners are here to help you with all of your medical requirements. As one of the most established medical centres in the area, we are dedicated to continuing to care for our wider community. 

Meet our doctors.

Practice Principals

Dr Chris Davenport

Dr Chris Davenport

Dr. Chris Davenport graduated from Monash University in 1976, spent 3 years at Box Hill Hospital and came to Boronia in 1980.

Apart from all aspects of family medicine, his special interests are:


As a GP Shared Care Provider with The Angliss and Box Hill Hospitals, he can provide antenatal care for you during your pregnancy.

Dr. Michael Sosnin

Dr. Michael Sosnin

Dr. Michael Sosnin graduated from Melbourne University in 1980. His qualifications include FRACGP (1994).

Michael's interests include a broad range in family medicine with a special interest in:


He speaks Russian and enjoys teaching medical students and martial arts.

Dr. Gordon Walling

Dr. Gordon Walling

Dr. Gordon Walling graduated from Monash University in 1987. He became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1994.

Gordon has special interests in:


He enjoys golf, cycling and Richmond Football Club victories.

Dr. Theja Seneviratne

Dr. Theja Seneviratne

Dr. Theja Seneviratne  graduated from the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, in 1986 before migrating to   Australia in 1988. 

Her qualifications include MBBS, FRACGP and a Diploma in Dermatology. She has worked in Victorian Public Hospitals for several years before entering into General Practice, joining Boronia Medical Centre in 2007.

She has extensive experience in Emergency Medicine and her special interests include: 

Dr. Huseyin Ibrahim

Dr. Huseyin Ibrahim

Dr. Huseyin Ibrahim completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences in 2008 at Deakin University. He then went on to complete his medical degree in 2012 at Deakin University. Huseyin completed his internship and residency at Eastern Health. He completed the GP registrar progam and attained fellowship in 2017.

His special interests are:


Huseyin also performs iron infusions, minor skin procedures and implanon insertions at Boronia Medical Centre. 

His life outside Boronia Medical Centre is kept busy with a young family and two dogs.


Dr. Gavin Lim

Dr. Gavin Lim

Dr. Gavin Lim graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1996.

He is interested in:


He works at Boronia Medical Centre Monday to Friday.

Dr. Resha Abbas

Dr. Resha Abbas

Dr. Resha Abbas graduated from Babylon University School of Medicine, Iraq (M.B.Ch.B) in 2001.

Resha's qualifications are FRACGP and a Diploma in O&G (RANZCOG) 2006. The internship was completed in Iraq.

She moved to Australia in 2004, completing her Australian Medical Council examinations in 2004.

Resha started working in major public hospitals in fields including geriatrics, orthopaedics, paediatrics, internal medicine and emergency medicine.

Resha's interests include:

  • GYNAECOLOGY (including prenatal, antenatal and post-natal),

Resha also does shared care with both the Angliss Hospital and Box Hill Hospitals. Resha entered general practice in 2010 and enjoys working at Boronia Medical Centre.

Her other interests are travelling, gardening and she enjoys her time with her 3 lovely boys and husband. Resha also speaks Arabic.

Dr. Rukmi Seneviratne

Dr. Rukmi Seneviratne

Dr. Rukmi Seneviratne obtained her MBBS from Sri Lanka in 1997. She came to Australia to read for a Masters Degree at Monash University.

Upon completion of her Masters Degree she took up hospital medicine and then chose General Practice as a career. Her Qualifications include MBBS, MCE(Monash) and FRACGP.

Her special interests include:


Outside work she enjoys travelling and spending time with her family. Rukmi speaks fluent Sinhala.

Dr. Rafia Akhter

Dr. Rafia Akhter


Rafia is committed to and passionate about delivering high-quality healthcare to her patients in the community through her work with the Boronia Medical Centre.

She graduated from Dhaka University, Bangladesh in 2001 and practiced in the field of women's healthcare in Bangladesh. Rafia came to Australia in 2005 and finished multiple rotations in different hospitals in Victoria. She achieved her fellowship in general practice in 2013.

Rafia is skilled in all aspects of General Medicine and takes special interest in:


Rafia's non-clinical interests include voluntary community work, music and travelling.

Dr. Simone McCallum

Dr. Simone McCallum

Dr. Simone McCallum completed her medical degree at the Flinders University of South Australia, School of Medicine in 2002. She completed her internship there in 2003 and 2004. She then moved back to Melbourne with her family and had ongoing hospital experience completing her residency through Austin, Mercy and Northern Hospitals and working in Box Hill Hospital emergency department.

Simone began General Practice training at Boronia Medical Centre in 2012 and completed her fellowship of the RACGP in 2017.

Simone enjoys all aspects of 


She has also completed a THERAPY DOG ACCREDITATION COURSE and brings her dog Mila into consultations to assist with making your next visit to the doctor a more relaxing experience.

Dr. Madeleine Huynh

Dr. Madeleine Huynh

Dr. Madeleine Huynh completed her Bachelor or Biomedical Science with Honours at Monash University in 2005. Following that, she studied medicine at The University of Queensland and graduated in 2009.

Upon returning to Melbourne, Madeleine did her residency years at Eastern Health, after which she decided to enter General Practice and now practices as a Fellow of the Royal Australia College of General Practice.

She enjoys all areas of medicine, but has particular interest in:


Outside of work, Madeleine enjoys spending time with her family and friends, travelling, adventure, most sports and playing music.

Dr. Jeanette Greer

Dr. Jeanette Greer

Dr Jeanette Greer graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1985, She completed her intern year at St Vincent's Hospital before commencing training for General Practice.

She completed the RACGP Family Medicine Program in 1991. She has worked in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne since 2001 and has returned to Boronia Medical Centre in 2019.

Jeanette's interests include: WOMEN'S HEALTH and PREVENTATIVE CARE.

Outside work she enjoys playing tennis and travelling.

Dr Catherine (Katey) Goldsmith

Dr Catherine (Katey) Goldsmith

Dr Catherine Goldsmith started with us as a registrar in February 2020 and will be continuing on at Boronia Medical Centre after she completes her training in 2021. 

She has a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy and worked in youth mental health before studying Medicine. She completed her Medical degree at Deakin University in 2013 and completed internship and residency at Western Health. She has completed her Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at The Royal Women’s hospital and is passionate about women’s health. She has a holistic approach to Family Medicine and enjoys getting to know her patients over time.

Special Interests

  • Women's and Children's Health
  • Youth Health
  • Aboriginal Health
  • Chronic disease management
  • Preventative medicine
  • LGBTQI+ Health
  • Family planning including preconception counselling, shared antenatal care (from June 2021), contraception advice, implanon and IUD insertion. 

Dr Catherine Goldsmith also performs iron infusions and minor skin procedures.

Outside of Medicine Catherine enjoys hiking and camping with her husband and two young boys as well as gardening, pottery and trying to relearn the piano.