About Us

Dr Kimberley Sleeman

Dr Kimberley Sleeman has been practising in Mildura since 2005. Dr Sleeman is committed to providing excellent care in women's health and is an enthusiastic leader of the team at Mildura O&G.

Dr Sleeman undertook her initial training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Royal Women's Hospital in Melbourne, followed by a year at Winchester, England. On return to Australia she has completed further training with Repromed Adelaide, gaining experience in all aspects of infertility and assisted reproduction. Her final year of training was completed in Mildura with Dr John Bowditch.

Her areas of interest in gynaecology include infertility, colposcopy, general gynaecology and laparoscopic surgery.

Dr Sleeman has been the driving force behind the development of the team approach to pregnancy and postnatal care and women's health.

Dr Sleeman aims to provide a full range of specialist care in all aspects of gynaecology and obstetrics for the women of Mildura and the surrounding districts. She is committed to long-term practice as a specialist in the Mildura community.


Dr Wendy Hughes

Dr Wendy Hughes is an obstetrician and gynaecologist who has spent her entire professional life in rural and remote locations all over Australia. She is interested in all areas of obstetrics and gynaecological practice. She is very keen to be part of the service in Mildura, and will be joining us from late January 2019. We are very pleased to welcome Wendy to the team at Mildura O&G.



Dr Erin Kelly

Dr Erin Kelly has joined Mildura O&G in 2016 as a GP Obstetrician. She has completed her Advanced Diploma with RANZCOG through Mildura Base Hospital in 2012 after completing her Basic Diploma with Ballarat Base Hospital in 2009. Subsequently Erin has been practicing as a GP obstetrician in rural NSW and Victoria. In 2015 Erin completed further experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with Mildura Base Hospital. Erin's special interests include antenatal care, postnatal and paediatric care and general women's health. Erin is keen to continue rural practice and plans to stay in Mildura.