Jessica Johnston established the Podiatry clinic at Eastbrooke Essendon North in November 2010. The demand for high quality Podiatry care in Moonee Valley has seen this clinic thrive in an interprofessional setting. The site has reputable medical services, ample car parking and easy access to public transport. Rachel Di Vincenzo joined the team in March 2015 and Stephanie Melitsis in September 2018.
The Podiatry Team is motivated towards continuing their education to keep abreast with the latest treatment options and products to keep you on your feet. The team works under the guidelines set by The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and Australian Podiatry Association.
MVFAC Podiatrists enjoys working with the local community and is a proud past sponsor of the Airport West St. Christopher’s Cricket Club and the Airport West Football Club. Jessica also works closely with the Victoria Police members and local high school students that complete the Kokoda Track each year, providing foot care education and support in training.
Professional conduct, Infection Control, Continuing Education and Advanced Life Support skills are just some of the key areas we take pride in adhering to at all times.
Private Health Insurance Rebates
A HiCAPS terminal is available to enable private health insurance holders to claim their rebate on the spot.
We are a recognised Medibank Private- ”Members Choice Provider” and BUPA- “Members First” which means Medibank and BUPA customers will attract a higher rebate from our clinic.
DVA, Workcover, TAC and Medicare EPC Patients
We welcome DVA, Workcover, TAC, Home Care Package and Allied Health EPC patients. Check with your doctor if you are eligible for a Medicare Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) plan.
We can offer home visits for patients that are house bound or recovering from surgery or illness.
Car parking is available on Keilor Road, Duffy Street and in the rear car parking lot.
The clinic is wheelchair accessible, has unisex toilets on site and baby change facilities.
The no. 59 tram stops directly out the front travelling in both directions.