The men who had their fin­gers on the ’80s’ pulse

Kyabram Free Press - - NEWS -

DOC­TORS Stephen Hanslow, Jeremy Frost and Peter Hool are pic­tured above on the front ve­ran­dah of their Med­i­cal Clinic at 29 Church St, Kyabram.

The three doc­tors moved from the Fe­naughty St Clinic about 1985 to the newly ren­o­vated Church St home “Bel­gay”.

“Bel­gay” was built in the late 1890s for Mr J Thom­son who had pur­chased the Kyabram Coach Works in Al­lan St.

A few years later it was pur­chased by Mr T M Knight of Knights Big Store.

Many ad­di­tions have been made to the home since that time.

Dr Frost came to Kyabram in 1976. Dr Hanslow prac­ticed in Kyabram for 15 years and Dr Hool came to Kyabram at the end of 1984.

Other doc­tors who prac­ticed at the clinic were Dr Sue Ken­non, Dr An­drew Cope (who came in 1989) and two international doc­tors Gi­had (Michael) Chab­bou from Syria and Alif Griss from Egypt.

The Church St Clinic closed in 2002 when Dr Frost and fam­ily moved to Mel­bourne.

Dr Hool then moved into the Fe­naughty St Clinic where he is still prac­tic­ing. Com­piled by Eileen Sul­li­van, Kyabram His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety vol­un­tary li­brar­ian

Doc­tors Stephen Hanslow, Jeremy Frost and Peter Hoole.

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