Dr Muditha Senanayake sees patients in:

Windsor

Windsor

142 Newmarket Road
Windsor 4030

Opening hours

Open Today 08:00 - 17:00

Mon: 08:00 - 17:00

Tue: 08:00 - 17:00

Wed: 08:00 - 17:00

Thu: 08:00 - 17:00

Fri: 08:00 - 17:00

Sat: CLOSED

Sun: CLOSED

Dr Muditha Senanayake

Dr Muditha (also known as Dr Mendis) is an experienced GP who sees patients in SmartClinics Windsor Family Medical Centre. Born in Sri Lanka, Dr Mendis is fluent in both Sinhalese and English. She gained her medical degree in 2010 from North Columbo Medical College and has also completed a certificate in Anaesthesia (Postgraduate Institute of Medicine). She has worked as a full time GP in Australia for 10 years, including rural Queensland.

Dr Mendis moved to Brisbane in 2016. She is proud of her son who also studying medicine, currently in his second year at Monash University in Melbourne. In her spare time, Dr Mendis like to watch movies, doing Zumba to keep fit and travelling overseas.

Doctor FAQs

I like being able to treat patients across a wide range of healthcare needs which helps me build on my personal and professional development.

Of course, sunscreen should be applied regularly but I also want to remind patients to protect your eyes with sunglasses. People sometimes forget that the sun also damages your eyesight.

I place a huge importance on the early diagnosis and treatment of health concerns in my patients to help them avoid serious health problems later on.

Make sure you have a flu shot but also please consider other people and avoid going out in public or to work if you are unwell.

I find that many people skip preventative health checks up and this can cause serious problems later in life. This includes getting pap tests, mammograms, PSA screening and skin checks. It might be inconvenient or uncomfortable to get these checks up for a short moment but its far better than risking your health long term.

I am very proud and honoured to have saved one of my patient’s lives by diagnosing her early on with Multiple Pulmonary Embolism. Her regular GP missed it, but I requested she be transferred to the Caboolture Hospital for further treatment, which saved her life.