Dr Michelle Woolhouse

Dr Michelle Woolhouse

Dr Michelle Woolhouse
General Practitioner, Medical Director & Founder
MBBS, FRACGP, ACNEM, FASLM

Dr Michelle Woolhouse founded the clinic in 2009 to provide Mornington Peninsula residents with a holistic medicine option. Her philosophy is that health addresses the whole spectrum of a person's life emotional, physical, mental and environment. This approach is best suited to people who are proactive about their health and who want to combine science with holistic practices to be well.

Dr Woolhouse has an in-depth understanding of the underlying cause of diseases and in the healing principles of the body from an energetic, biochemical and structural level.  She obtained her medical degree from Monash University in 1996, and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioner's (RACGP). Dr Woolhouse is also a fellow of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) and the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine (ASLM) and has post graduate training in hypnotherapy, acupuncture and mind-body medicine.

Dr Woolhouse is a frequent lecturer and mentor for GP registrars and doctors and a founding board member of the working party between the RACGP and Australasian Integrative Medicine Association.
Dr Woolhouse is co-founder and co-host of the award-winning health podcast, The Good Doctors and she has curated The Big Health Check.

Dr Michelle Woolhouse is passionate about the growth of integrative medicine and carefully selects and mentors each doctor that practices at the clinic. This is her way of offering and extending her knowledge beyond herself. 

Her number one piece of advice to patients is: 'everything in moderation even moderation itself'! She loves surfing, watching her children grow up, growing veggies and spending time in nature.

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Opening Hours are:

Mon 9am - 5.30pm  
Tues 9am - 5.30pm
Wed 9am - 5.30pm 
Thurs 9am - 5.30pm
Fri 9am - 5.30pm  
Sat 9am - 1pm 
Sun Closed
Public Holidays Closed