We run Skin Clinics on Wednesday and Thursday mornings, bookings are required.
Dr Tania Jones commenced working in Yarrawonga in 2001. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice with special interest in antenatal care, women’s health and children’s health. She also participates in GPs in Schools and teaching all levels of medical learners.
Dr. Murali Ooruthiran is a medical practitioner with over 25 years experience. He has been working as a General Practitioner in Yarrawonga since 2005 and completed his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) in 2008. Dr Ooruthiran is also a qualified GP Obstetrician. His interests include preventive care, chronic diseases, obstetrics and skin cancer medicine. Dr Ooruthiran has completed certificate courses in dermascopy and skin cancer medicine and surgery. He is in the process of completing his Advanced Certificate in Dermascopy and has recently completed advanced studies with the Skin Cancer College of Australia and become an Accredited Skin Cancer Medicine Provider.
Dr Lynn came to Yarrawonga through the Bogong Regional Training Network (now MCCC) and completed his fellowship in general practice in 2014. Dr Lynn, originally from Burma commenced his career in Australia at Frankston Hospital. His special interests include skin cancer medicine and he has recently completed advanced studies with the Skin Cancer College of Australia and become an Accredited Skin Cancer Medicine Provider.
Dr Bryan Tun achieved his MBBS in Myanmar (Burma). He migrated to Australia with his wife, Tin, in late 2009. Bryan worked at the Alice Springs Hospital in different disciplines for four years before he decided to become a GP. He started his GP career at Lavington in 2014 and then he joined YDMG as a GP Registrar through Bogong Training (now MCCC). Bryan has a Diploma of Child Health which he received in 2013 and holds a Skin Cancer Certificate which he received in 2014. His special interests are children’s health, chronic diseases, dermatology and minor procedures. He also participates in GPs in Schools and loves teaching students and junior doctors. During his spare time he plays table tennis and also loves going to the gym.
Dr Peter Keppel graduated nearly 40 years ago from University of Melbourne and has worked at YDMG since 1985. He has an interest in GP Anaesthetics and Emergency Medicine. He is a part-time Medical Educator with MCCC GP Training and looks after GP Registrars on the ACRRM pathway.
Dr Thandar San graduated in Myanmar (Burma) before moving to Australia. She commenced working at YDMG in June 2016 and enjoys all aspects of general practice. Dr San’s special interests include women’s health and general medicine. In her spare time show loves cooking, baking and listening to music.
Dr Ye Lin Ko is a University of Medicine (1) (Yangon) medical graduate. He completed his internship in Yangon before moving to Australia to undertake further training. At Latrobe Regional Hospital and Nambour General Hospital he gained considerable experience in Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry, Aged Care Medicine and Palliative Medicine. Dr Ko has special interests in chronic disease management and dermatology. Outside of work he likes playing video games and practicing meditation.
Dr Chris Brown is a Monash University graduate who completed his internship at Northeast Health Wangaratta and spent two further years gaining experience in a number of fields, including a Diploma of Child Health and Certificate of Emergency Medicine. He commenced at YDMG in February 2018. He loves the variety that General Practice offers, and has particular interests in paediatrics, men’s health, skin cancer and emergency medicine. When not at work he is kept busy by his young family, veggie patch and beehives.
Although his name is ‘Phyo’ Dr Koko does find that some people struggle to pronounce his name, so he tends to go by the name of “Koko”. Dr Phyo Koko graduated from the University of Medicine 2, Yangon, Myanmar. His medical training was in a 250-bed tertiary hospital in Yangon, Myanmar. His medical qualification is MBBS and he likes working in the primary care setting having special interest in emergency medicine, mental health, obstetrics, paediatrics, skin and medical education. He started working as a General Practitioner in the Albury-Wodonga area in 2015 and relocated to Yarrawonga in 2018. Dr Koko lives locally with his wife and son and in his spare time like playing with his son, and playing guitar and piano. He is planning to complete his Fellowship in 2020 and is currently planning to undertake the Advanced Diploma in Obstetrics through Yarrawonga Health.
Dr Chris McCue is currently a GP Registrar. He trained locally in northeast Victoria and is finishing his education through the College of Rural and Remote Medicine, and has also been asked to complete an honorary Fellowship in Gastroenterology at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. Dr McCue holds a Diploma in Emergency Medicine and has postgraduate qualifications and experience in medical education, women’s health and internal medicine. Outside of Yarrawonga, he works regularly and Northeast Health Wangaratta and Albury Wodonga Health to provide endoscopy services with their specialist physicians and gastroenterologists, works with Safer Care Victoria to promote Quality Improvement and Innovation across Victorian health services, and serves as an instructor in advanced paediatric life support. When he’s not working, Chris enjoys bushwalking, reading and sampling the region’s many culinary delights – one reason he loves working with local farmers, small business owners and producers to ensure their health needs are met!
Shingles vaccine – Free to all over 70 - 79.
Flu vaccine – Free to pregnant women and those over the age of 65.
$16 - Flu needle available at the clinic.
Whooping Cough vaccine – Free to pregnant women.
$45 - Available to all others who require it.