Dr Greta Basham
Greta graduated from medical school at Monash University in 2011, before undertaking additional years of training at the Alfred Hospital. Greta always knew she wanted to be a family doctor, completing her GP training and qualifying as a Specialist General Practitioner with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2016.
Greta performs cervical screening, iron infusions, skin checks and minor procedures (ie. skin excisions and implanon insertions/removals).
Outside of work, Greta can be found hiking, at a local gig, cooking up a storm, or trying to pat other people’s dogs. She has a very handsome staffy, called Gravy.
Greta’s special interests include:
- Women’s health
- Indigenous health
- Drug and alcohol medicine
- Mental health
- Paediatric health
- Providing advice and assistance with unplanned pregnancy
Greta is available:
- Some Saturdays