Doctors in Balnarring Medical Centre

Dr Graham Cato OAM

Dr Graham Cato, GP and doctor in balnarring medical centre


Dr Graham Cato is a GP in Balnarring who established the practice in 1979. He is well known and well loved in the Community and is a very experienced GP.

Dr Graham also serves on the Board for The Bays Hospital, Mornington.

Dr Graham Cato was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for his work in community health and life saving, including being a founding member of the Australian Association of Developmental Disability Medicine, running a weekly clinic at a residential home for the intellectually disabled for the past 34 years and helping develop Victoria’s Westpac Helicopter Rescue Service. 

Dr Sarah Romilly

Dr Sarah Romily, GP and doctor in balnarring medical centre


Dr Sarah Romilly is a GP in Balnarring who has lived and worked on the Mornington Peninsula for 16 years and joined Balnarring Medical Centre in 2012.
Sarah enjoys being involved working in the local community of Balnarring and Somers and sees a wide variety of patients; including children and women’s health. 

Sarah also visits local nursing home patients.

Sarah trained originally at Kings College, London, UK before hospital rotations and completed Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (UK) and Diploma of Family Planning (UK) in 1994. She finished her General Practice training in Kent in 1995. 

Arriving in Australia in 1997 after meeting her future husband, Sarah worked in Melbourne, the Kimberleys and Gippsland before settling on the Mornington Peninsula. In the last two years Sarah has enjoyed the challenge of becoming a GP Supervisor and being able to introduce new GPs to Balnarring.

Sarah loves the variety of Australia and enjoys raising two children and their new puppy in the beautiful local area.

1990 - Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB BS) from University of London

Dr Paul Muirden



Dr Paul Muirden is a family GP who has been working at the Balnarring Village Medical Centre  for over 20 years.

Paul enjoys working  all aspects of family medicine and specialises in diseases of the skin, travel medicine, and general medicine.

Paul originally trained at Melbourne University, completing hospital rotations at The Royal Melbourne Hospital, The Royal Eye and Ear Hospital, and The Royal Childrens Hospital, where he met his wife, Vanessa, who is also working at the Balnarring Medical Centre.

Paul obtained his Diploma of Obstetrics in Gippsland.

He is a member of the International Society of Travel Medicine and has also recently completed his Certificate in Post Graduate Dermatology.

He lives locally with his wife and two sons.

Dr Nic Giummarra

Dr Nic Giummarra, GP and doctor in balnarring medical centre


Dr Nic Giummarra is a friendly and engaging GP who lives in Balnarring with his wife and 2 children. 

Nic has a wide interests in all aspects of general family medicine.

Dr Nic also works with Headspace Frankston in Youth Mental Health.

He completed his Degree in Medicine at Geelong Hospital, before completing hospital rotations in Geelong, Footscray, Sunshine, Mildura, and Frankston.


MBBS, Deakin, 2011

Bachelor of Behavioural Neuroscience, Monash 2002

Honours in Neurosceince, ANU, 2003

Grad Diploma in Science Communication, ANU, 2005.

Professional Certificate in Skin Cancer Surgery, 2018.

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