This Doctor currently has no availability to take new patients – books currently closed.

Dr Tania Jones commenced working in Yarrawonga in 2001.   Tania 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 (MBcHB; MPH; FRACGP, Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor)

Dr. Murali Ooruthiran is a medical practitioner with over 25 years’ experience. Murali 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. He is also a qualified GP Obstetrician.  His interests include preventive care, chronic diseases, obstetrics and skin cancer medicine.  Murali completed advanced studies with the Skin Cancer College of Australia and became an Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor in 2019.

DR KYAW LYNN (FRACGP; Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor)

Dr Kyaw Lynn originally from Burma, graduated in Myanmar in 2005 and completed his fellowship in general practice in 2014. Kyaw commenced his career in Australia at Frankston Hospital and moved to our region in 2012. His special interests include skin cancer medicine and he completed advanced studies with the Skin Cancer College of Australasia and became an Accredited Skin Cancer Medicine Doctor in 2019.  Kyaw likes to keep fit with bike riding and swimming in his spare time.


Dr Ye Min (Bryan) Tun is a General Practitioner who moved to the region in February 2015.  Bryan graduated from the University of Medicine 1, Yangon in 2004.  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 chronic disease and minor procedures.  He also participates in GPs in Schools and loves teaching students and junior doctors.  During his spare time going to the gym and keeping up his fitness.

Dr Tin Zar Aung Thein

Graduating from The University of Medicine in 2004 she worked at the Alice Spring Hospital from 2011 to 2014. Completed a Diploma of Child Health in 2013 and Skin cancer certificate in 2014. Her Special interest include Chronic disease management, internal medicine, Women and Children Health and minor procedures.  In Tin’s spare time she enjoys cooking.


Although his name is ‘Phyo’ Dr Koko tends to go by the name of “Koko”. Dr Phyo Koko graduated from the University of Medicine 2, Yangon, Myanmar in 2008. Koko’s medical training was in a 250-bed tertiary hospital in Yangon, Myanmar. Koko likes working in the primary care setting having special interest in internal medicine, emergency medicine, mental health, men’s health, skin cancer medicine and minor procedures. 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 likes playing guitar and piano and trying new things.


   Laura is originally from Yarrawonga, and graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2018.  Her early career was spent in Melbourne, before moving back to the region to be closer to her family.

Laura has spent a large portion of her career in Women’s Health providing antenatal, birthing, and postnatal care to women and their families. She is excited to be able to provide care to her patients over their lifetime in the GP setting. She has further qualifications in both Women’s and Children’s Health. Outside of work you may see Laura spending time with her young family, or playing netball or tennis locally.

Dr Liam Sutcliffe (MBChB;) GP REGISTRAR

Liam is originally from the UK, where he graduated medical school from the University of Glasgow in 2017. He completed his residency training in Glasgow before moving to London to work in sexual health and research. 

He moved to Australia in early 2022 and spent 2 years working in hospitals in Melbourne before commencing GP training. He chose general practice for the variety it offers and the ability to look after people you have built a relationship with long term. 

Outside of work, you can find him at the gym, in a restaurant, indulging in a late night in Melbourne or travelling around beautiful Victoria or further afield.

Dr Khine Soe

Khine graduated from University of Medicine 2, Myanmar in 2011 and worked in both hospital and primary care settings in Myanmar.

Khine moved to this area with her family in 2018 and has spent 2 years working in Corowa and Rutherglen area as a GP before moving back to Yarrawonga.

She really enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has a particular interest in Women’s health, preventative care and internal medicine.

Outside of work, you will find Khine travelling, cycling, playing badminton and spending time with her kids.

Dr Munazza Badar

Dr Munazza Badar is our newest GP Registrar. Munazza completed her medical degree in Pakistan in 2009 and moved to Australia in 2013.  Munazza completed her PGY1, PHY2 and PGY3 years at Greenslopes Hospital & QE11 Hospital in QLD, and Eastern Health in Melbourne.

Dr Shanna Morris

This Doctor is currently
on extended leave.

Dr Shanna Morris grew up on the Murray River and graduated with a Doctor of Medicine (MD) from the University of Melbourne in 2015. She worked in numerous states around Australia and overseas undertaking humanitarian work prior to returning to regional Victoria to complete her GP training. Shanna’s other qualifications include Bachelor of Biomedical Science, Joint Consultative Committee on Anaesthesia, Diploma of Child Health, ACEM Emergency Medicine Certificate, and Masters of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Shanna has a strong interest in child and adolescent health, emergency medicine, public health and a passion for Indigenous Health and humanitarian work. Outside of work she enjoys netball, water skiing, hiking, cycling and travel.

Dr Aaspreet Boparai (GP Registrar – MBBS)

Dr. Boparai is from New Zealand, where he studied applied geology and geochemistry prior to medical school at University of Otago.

He completed his residency training in New South Wales and is interested in all types of patients from newborns to the elderly.

He has a particular interest in mental health, aviation medicine and preventative health.

Dr. Boparai’s interest in family medicine stems from the opportunity to “nurture whole person wellbeing, addressing overall health and extending beyond providing a diagnosis, whilst developing strong empathic relationships”.

Dr Evans Maende (MBBS)

Dr Evans graduated in 2008 and worked in emergency departments then moving into general practice, predominantly in Kenya, and after being a GP for 7 years has a keen interest in all aspects of general practice.

Dr Evans moved to regional VIC 2022 with his wife & 2 boys and in his free time loves tackling DYI projects, gardening and walking.

Our Nurses

YDMG is fortunate to have a team of Registered and Enrolled Practice Nurses.  Many of our Nurses have extended training and skills in Cervical Screening, Chronic Disease Management, Immunisation, Diabetes Management, Mole Mapping, CVC Program and Ear Wash.

Tracey (Nurse Coordinator), Bianca, Mandy, Megan, Jade, Robyn C, Deb, Briohny and Kimberley


Ros, Tracey, Amy, Michelle, Prue, Ashlee, Lett, Carlo and Jane 

Shelli Kernaghan





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