Opening Hours : Mon - Fri - 9am to 5pm
  Contact : 03 9592 2177

Doctor

Dr Bon Chou

Bon graduated from Monash University and completed cardiology training in 2005 before undertaking a two year fellowship in echocardiography at Monash Medical Centre. Apart from general clinical cardiology, he has a particular interest in assessing cardiac function and valvular heart disease with cardiac ultrasound including expertise in transoesophageal and stress echocardiography. In addition, he has completed level two training in cardiac CT. Bon consults and performs stress echocardiography at Melbourne Heart Care in Brighton.  He is also currently a cardiologist at Southern and Eastern Health.

Outside work Bon enjoys spending time with his family, playing and listening to music and taking his 3 young sons to watch the Box Hill Hawks.

STEPS TO PREVENT SPREAD OF COVID-19

Thank you to our patients attending the practice during the Covid-19 pandemic. Your understanding and cooperation with the everchanging policies and procedures we have in place to protect us all and ensure we comply with government guidelines is very much appreciated.

It is important not to neglect your cardiac health during this crisis and we remain committed to providing all our usual services.

If you have symptoms of fever, chills/sweats, cough, runny nose, sore throat, shortness of breath, muscle soreness, loss of sense of smell and taste- we advise you get tested and if needed contact your GP or local Coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398.

PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND OUR PRACTICE if you have any of the symptoms above or have recently tested Covid-19 positive or awaiting Covid-19 test result or been in contact with someone who has. Please call our team on 9592 2177 to advise. We offer telehealth consulting so you can remain in direct contact with your cardiologist when you cannot attend.

Other measures we are taking include:

We include the following links for your reference:
https://www.heartfoundation.org.au/search/%22covid-19%22
https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus