Other Staff


Emma King

Emma has been working as a dermatology nurse practitioner at The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne since 1991 and paediatric dermatology nurse practitioner since 1995.

She pioneered the dermatology nursing role at the RCH and nurse practitioner model of care. She is acknowledged for her experience and expertise in paediatric eczema and dermatology, and in particular a strong expertise in children’s eczema management, molluscum contagiosum and nappy eczema.

Emma’s achievements and leadership in the area of nurse-led paediatric dermatology care has been widely recognised, including receiving the Royal Children’s Hospital Mary Patten Award, a Victorian Public Health Care award for workforce design and a Deakin University National Nursing Leadership award. Emma has developed numerous educational tools for children with eczema and provides regular education to Maternal Child Health Nurses, General Practitioners and Medical and Nursing staff in the tertiary setting. Emma is a mother of 4 children.

Emma is available for eczema, nappy eczema and molluscum contagiosum consults and will provide:

  • Thorough assessment.
  • Empowerment of parents with the skills to successfully manage their child’s skin condition at home.
  • Home treatment plan.
  • Demonstration of how to apply eczema creams, emollients, wet dressings and treatments correctly.
  • Emotional support 

Jane Williamson

Jane is a registered nurse who has cared for babies and their families since 1993.

Jane completed her General Nurse training at St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne in 1989. After her graduate year she spent 14 months at The Royal Children's hospital before embarking on an overseas adventure. Jane lived and worked in England for 5 years.  During that time she fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming a 'baby nurse' and  completed her certificate of Newborn Intensive Care at St Georges Hospital, London.

On returning to Melbourne in 1996 Jane joined the Neonatal Unit team at the Royal Children's hospital. She remained there as a senior nurse and Care Manager for 14 years until becoming practice nurse for Dr John Mills.

Jane has a special interest in breastfeeding and gained qualification as an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant in 2006.  Jane continues to work part time in Special Care Nursery and as a private Lactation Consultant.

Jane is married and has two beautiful sons at high school. When she is not being the family taxi service, Jane enjoys jogging, photography and entertaining with friends. 




Maxine Miles

Maxine joined the staff as practice manager in December 2012 when she first came to Australia from the UK to be closer to her family.

Having completed a Biomedical Sciences degree at the University of London, Maxine decided to embark on a healthcare management career and completed the NHS management training scheme. Maxine has had experience in managing a variety of different services at a large London teaching hospital and additionally spent a few months working as a writer for a leading healthcare management publication. More recently, she has completed a Masters qualification in Health and Public Leadership.

Maxine is a mum to 6 year old twin girls and a 2.5 year old who keep her very busy. Between managing a chaotic schedule, she enjoys baking and getting some peace and quiet when walking her dog, Geoffrey.


Annie Cabral

Annie became a part of the growing practice in 2010 after a tumultuous time in Real Estate whilst trying to finish her fashion degree. Grateful for the change from verbal renters to vocal babies, she enjoys being a part of the administrative team and aids in the day to day running of the office.

When she’s not making appointments and cooing at babies, Annie is a fashion events manager intern planning runways and mediating between designers and models. To date she has managed both local and international runways, as well as designing for private opera companies.


Priya Ramesh Raj

Priya joined the practice in June 2019, shortly after completing a bachelor degree in Biomedical Science. Since working at the Melbourne Neonatal Network, she feels that her knowledge on neonatal care has expanded tremendously. The work experience definitely inspires her to work towards a career in neonatal healthcare. 


She enjoys being a part of the administration team and finds that the best thing about the job is the heart-warming smiles we get from our very cute and tiny patients. 


During her down time, Priya enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and picnicking with friends and family. She also loves her fair share of baking sessions and movie marathons. 



Katherine Brownbill