Kerry May

  • B.Pod
  • Grad Dip Vocational Education and Training
  • Master Gerontology and Executive MBA (distinction)

Kerry May is a registered Podiatrist with over 28 years of experience in public and private health care. Kerry has a strong commitment and connection to Podiatry through her ongoing learning, professional mentoring and through her involvement with key peak professional bodies. Most recently, this has been as the Chair of Wounds 2022, the national conference for health professionals working to prevent wounds, and care for people with wounds. Kerry has a Bachelor of Podiatry, a Graduate Diploma in Vocational Education and Training, a Master of Gerontology and an Executive MBA (Distinction).

Kerry spent 13 years at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) as the Podiatry Manager and Diabetic Foot Unit Coordinator. Her time at RMH involved establishing a Diabetic Foot Unit to ensure that people with diabetes-related foot complications were provided with evidenced-based management by a multidisciplinary team enthusiastic about limb preservation and patient quality of life across the continuum of care. Kerry has represented Allied Health to the Australian Wound Management Association, was a founding member of the Advanced Practicing Podiatrist – High-Risk Foot Group, was an inaugural Member of the Wounds Australia Board and was privileged to be part of the Victorian Clinical Council Executive. Kerry has a keen interest in, and commitment to, resilience in health care workers, delivering effective services that enhance the patient experience and their clinical outcomes, and the lifelong learning journey of herself and others.

Kerry considers it a privilege to serve her community by providing great podiatric patient care.

Outside the Podiatry clinic, Kerry spends time ferrying her two boys to their various sports commitments. Kerry is a long-time Bayside community member and looks forward to helping keep Bayside in excellent foot health.

Locations : Mentone