Rupali graduated in 1996 with honours in surgery, she was first registered as a Medical Practitioner in Australia in 2006. She has worked in all major fields of Medicine including Forensic Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Intensive care, Specialist Medicine and Surgery. She started GP training in 2018 and adopts a holistic and caring approach towards her patients. Her medical expertise includes a wide spectrum of health issues and she sees patients of all ages, with special interests in family medicine, women’s health and chronic disease management.
She is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Clinical Forensic Medicine at Monash University. In her spare time she also works as a Forensic Medical Officer for the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine.
She is a friendly and empathetic Medical Doctor with high ethical standards, a strong educational foundation and a passion for working with people from various backgrounds. In her free time, she loves spending time with her family, travelling & studying different cultures, photography and social community work (Rupali is a member of Australian Women’s Committee to UN)