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Other Health Professionals

Allied Health


AudioLogic Hearing

AudioLogic Hearing is an independent audiology and hearing aid clinic offering premium hearing care to adults and children. We offer our clients a wide range of hearing aid brands because we are not owned by a hearing aid manufacturer nor part of a large hearing aid retail chain. Our clients receive a very thorough service from professional, personable and caring staff. At AudioLogic Hearing you will receive after sales service and ongoing care and maintenance which is paramount for a successful hearing aid fitting and to ensure you receive the maximum benefit from your hearing aids.

Michelle Pasinati from Audiologic visits our practice once a month on a Monday.

To make an appointment call 03 9754 4162



At PridePlus Health we know your health is important to you. It’s important to us too and we understand your healthcare is better when we work together. In Emerald we are your dedicated team of Podiatrists who listen first, before we assess, diagnose, treat and educate. To learn more about us, visit our website here.
Your appointment with our team at Emerald Medical Centre can be secured by booking here. or call Emerald Medical Centre on 03 5968 4622.

Tanya Contis

Available Tuesdays (alternate Tuesdays Home Visits), Wednesday and Thursdays

Tanya grew up in country Victoria, and graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Podiatry. Tanya now calls the hill’s around Emerald home and enjoys working across all areas of Podiatry, in particular general podiatric care, diabetic foot management and prevention, injuries and paediatrics.

For Bookings, please call 03 5968 4622 or follow the link to book online https://prideplus.com.au/clinics/podiatrist-emerald/


Albert Yeap

Diabetic Educator

Mr Albert Yeap, HMR accredited pharmacist and diabetes educator. Originally practicing as a pharmacist in rural Murray Bridge and Barossa region in SA for 7 years, and moved to Victoria 10 years ago with the aim to be part of an allied care team, and assist Drs to service patients with diabetes alongside other chronic conditions. Mr Albert Yeap did his traineeship in the Alfred Hospital and the Bakers IDI. He heads to Darwin every three months alongside the allied health team to service patients in the remote and indigenous communities. Mr Yeap is able to assist with Type 1, 2 and Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) management, and able to support patients on an insulin pump, continuous glucose monitoring device. Mr Yeap will be consulting at Emerald Medical Centre once a month.