Jane prides herself on developing strong and supportive relationships with patients and other health professionals.

She takes a practical and holistic approach to health and wellbeing. Jane has worked for over 35 years in the health sector in both hospital and community settings, in roles ranging from General Registered Nurse, Coronary Care Nurse, Health promotion Officer, School Nurse and Practice Nurse in diverse organisations including: Royal Melbourne Hospital, St George’s Hospital, Cabrini Hospital, The Jean Haile's Foundation, Vision 2020 Australia and several GP clinics.

Jane has extensive experiences with chronic disease management. She has experience working with chronic and acute pain. Her approach is to provide the patient with a place of physical and emotional comfort and safety. She treats each patient as an individual having their own unique experience.

Jane has a keen interest in education. She enjoys educating patients one on one and in groups and enjoys educating health professionals. She has facilitated lectures and workshops on healthcare, specific to health conditions. She has also taught relaxation, meditation, and mindfulness.

Jane brings with her a Graduate Diploma in Health Promotion, La Trobe University, Bachelor of Nursing, RMIT, Coronary Care Certificate, Prince Henry’s Hospital, Mindfulness and Meditation Facilitator Certificate, Peninsula Mindfulness.



I appreciate that pain is a very individual and subjective experience and is best managed through a tailored treatment plan using a multidisciplinary approach. I’m committed to supporting my patients physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. I also believe through health education patients can be empowered to make informed decisions and better manage their health.
— Jane Russell