Dr Zoltan Vilagosh trained at the University of Melbourne, graduating in 1981. He undertook post graduate training at St Vincent’s Hospital. He ran his own clinic in Fitzroy, and for many years worked in group practice in Northcote, prior to joining BHWC in 2017.
He is a past president of the Melbourne Division of General practice. Dr Vilagosh has extensive experience in all areas of general practice. He is fluent in Croatian, Hungarian and Serbian.
He also has a Master’s Degree in Public Health and Tropical Medicine from James Cook University, and a Masters degree in Astrophysics. In 2016, he commenced a PhD in the effects of Terahertz radiation on human skin. This is relevant to the development of human cancers, including Melanoma.
He has a very warm smile and has a very compassionate nature. His years of experience in general practice mean that he has a breath of knowledge and depth of understanding that is uncommon these days. He also has a great, and very quirky, sense of humor.