Medical treatment tailored to the individuals

 

Each person has different appearance, personality and unique. Similarly, no single style of medical care is suitable for everyone. Dr Aiko treats each patient individually and provides medical care tailored to their needs.

 

Native language is Japanese. Fluent in both Japanese and English. Bilingual support is available simultaneously. There is no need for an interpreter to intervene during the medical examination.

 

Listening carefully in patient's language, and talk in the most easy-to-speak language, Dr Aiko provides personalized medical care that suits the patient's lifestyle.

Dr Aiko Tiarni Tomita

Made in Japan. Have lived in Japan, Singapore and Australia. After working in the travel industry,  as a secretary, an English conversation instructor and translator, I completed medical degree in Newcastle.  My residency years were spent at Royal North Shore Hospital and St Vincents Hospital. GP training was undertaken in country NSW.  After having experiences in various GP clinics in urban and remote NSW, I moved to Melbourne in 2015.

Current interest other than clinical General Practice: Clinical Research and medical education 

Educational/qualification

 

  • Queensland University of Technology,  Australia B. Applied Science

  • University of Newcastle, Australia  B. Medicine 

  • Tokai University, Japan School of Medicine Ph D 

  • Fellow. Royal Australian College of General Practitioner (FRACGP)

  • AHPRA IMG Supervisor

  • GPMHSC FPS Provider

Appointment

  • Tokai University School of Medicine, Basic Medicine, Clinical Pharmacology Associate Professor

  • EMPA-KIDNEY Japan National Coordinator

  • General Practitioner, Collins Street Medical Centre

GP SYSTEM Australian medical system 

In Australia the first contact person for your medical need is a general practitioner (GP), before going to a specialist. GP is trained to look after newborn baby to elderly, male and female. Most often, GP can solve your medical issues, but if necessary, you may be referred to see a specialist. Referrals from GP are also required for investigations such as X-rays, blood tests, and prescriptions.