Dr Denise Kraus



Dr Kraus is a graduate of Sydney University and has lived and worked in Canberra for 30 years.  Her clinical interests encompass all elements of general practice, including HIV medicine (s100 prescriber).  She enjoys listening to many different kinds of music, walking her dog in the bush each morning, and sharing books with friends

Dr Janelle Hamilton


Dr Hamilton is a graduate of Sydney University and has worked as a GP in Canberra for over 25 years. She is interested in all aspects of general practice and patient care and has a particular interest in medical education. Dr Hamilton is involved in teaching medical students at the ANU Medical School and has post-graduate qualifications in medical education. She is currently a member of the ACT Medical Board.


Dr Joo-Inn Chew

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Dr Chew completed her medical education at Melbourne University.  During her GP training she was named 2003 Registrar of the Year by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.  Her clinical interests include refugee, women’s, and lesbian health.  In her free time she enjoys writing and getting around by bike.

Dr Shelly Gill



Dr Gill completed her surgical training and gained experience in general, thoracic and endocrine surgery. She spent  2 years in England receiving training in urology. Subsequently, she worked in Queensland, acquiring valuable experience in skin cancer treatment.

She also worked for 6 years in emergency medicine at Royal Adelaide Hospital.

Dr Gill is a member of the Australian Institute of Dermatology . She has completed her training in dermoscopy from the Australasian College of Dermatologists.

She offers skin checks, skin cancer excisions, excisional treatment for ingrown toenails, excisional treatment of lumps and bumps including cysts, superficial lipomas as well as acne management.

Dr Yew Choy Cheong


Dr Cheong received his medical degree in 2005 from the University of Adelaide. After completing 4 years of formal advanced surgical training in the Hunter New England region, he had a change of heart, which led him into General Practice, and he has thoroughly enjoyed it since. His main area of interest now is in skin cancer management. He regularly performs skin check and skin cancer surgery. Due to his previous experience, he also does minor procedures, including implanon insertion/removal and ingrown toe nail. His other areas of interest include preventative health and emergency medicine, however, he enjoys all aspects of general practice. DR Cheong has an Advanced Certificate of Skin Cancer Surgery (Bond University), andAdvanced Certificate of Dermoscopy (International Dermoscopy Society)

Originally from Malaysia, Dr Cheong is able to converse in English, Cantonese, Malay and some Mandarin.

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Dr Lindsay Rodgers

BMedSci, GradDipInfImm, MBBS (Hons)

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 dr Rodgers is on maternity leave

DR Rodgers graduated as Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS (Honours) at the Australian National University in 2013.  She completed a Bachelor of Medical Science (BMedSci) in 2008 at the University of Sydney.


In 2014 and 2015 she was an intern and then a resident at Canberra Hospital.


In 2016, she was appointed as Sexual Health Registrar at Canberra Sexual Health Centre, The Canberra Hospital.  She was involved in the diagnosis and management of STIs, genital dermatological conditions, and screening for high risk groups. She is an s100 prescriber in HIV and manages patients with HIV in the community. 

Dr Rodgers also has an interest in gender medicine and transgender care and is a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health. 


Over the last year she has been working as a GP in Queanbeyan.


Dr Jonathon Rankin

MB BS Grad Dip PH JD(Hons) LLM Grad Dip Legal Practice

Dr Rankin has had a varied career in medicine.  He completed his hospital internship in 1998 and subsequently worked in a variety of medically related but non-practicing roles.  He has held senior positions in government and private industry and has been involved in clinical research programmes.  In 2016, Dr Rankin decided he wanted one on one patient care again, more especially the relationship with people afforded by General Practice. Since then he has worked as a GP registrar in emergency at Queanbeyan hospital for 2017 and subsequently at  Canberra Hospital, where he  completed the surgical and medical rotation requirements.