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 Tuck Meng Soo OAM

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MA (Cantab) MBBS(Hons) (Lon) GradDipPopInHlth (ANU) FRACGP 

Practice Principal

Dr Soo received her medical training at Cambridge University and King’s College London.  She worked for several years in the UK before migrating to Australia in 1989.  In 2002 she became Practice Principal of IGP.  Her clinical interests include HIV medicine (s100 prescriber), hepatitis B and C, transgender health, and drug & alcohol medicine.  Dr Soo was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in the 2015 Queen's Birthday Honours List.

Dr Jun Kyu Kim

Bachelor of Medicine (University of New England)

Since graduating as a doctor in 2015, DR Kim has worked as an intern and then a resident at hospitals in the Hunter New England Health network.  He has  completed a variety of terms including: general medicine, general surgery, mental health, urban and rural emergency, gastroenterology and haematology.

DR Kim was Born in Seoul, Korea and spent most of my primary school there before immigrating with his family to Newcastle, Australia.

“I have always been interested in pursuing general practice as a career since as a young boy…..I will be striving to forge lifelong and holistic relationships with my patients and I am confident that I will be able to offer compassion and a warm welcome to each of my patients.”


Dr Liz Fraser



Dr Fraser completed her GP training in Canberra in 2003.  Since then she has worked at IGP with a particular focus on nutritional medicine and helping patients with complex health problems.  She also works in Justice Health and in her spare time walks the dog, grows vegetables and writes little stories about life.

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 Cathy Schmidli



Dr Schmidli is a graduate of the University of London, having undertaken her undergraduate studies in Whitechapel in the east end. She completed GP training in Christchurch, New Zealand, and moved to Canberra in 1996.   She has enjoyed working at the Interchange General Practice since then.  In her spare time she enjoys birdwatching, making marmalade and jam, bushwalking and spending time with family

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 Peter Tait



After working and living in remote areas of Australia for over 30 years, Dr Tait relocated to Canberra in 2012 where he combines his clinical work with public health advocacy for the ecological foundations of health, on climate change, and teaching at the ANU.  In 2007 he was named GP of Year by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.  He also convenes the Ecology and Environment Special Group for the Public Health Association of Australia.

On 25 October 2017, Dr Tait was awarded the Sidney Sax Public Health Medal- the pre-eminent annual prize of the Public Health Association of Australia.  He was awarded it for “outstanding work in the protection and promotion of public health, particularly through advancing awareness of planetary health and the impact of climate change on human health.”

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.