Dr Ong graduated from the University of Melbourne and completed his Geriatric Medicine training in 2012. He works as a Geriatrician at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, consulting in the Continence Clinic, conducting urodynamic studies, education and research. He also has a keen interest in dementia and BPSD management.
Dr Sheng Ling LowMBBS, FRACP
Dr Low graduated from University of Adelaide and completed her Geriatric Medicine training in 2014. She works at Northern Health as a General Physician and Geriatrician, at Eastern Health as a locum Geriatrician, and at Carrington Health Falls and Balance Clinic. Ling is also a Teaching Associate with Monash University. She is fluent in both Mandarin and Cantonese.
Dr Kit TangMBBS (Hons), FRACP
Dr Tang graduated from Monash University with Honours and completed her Geriatric Medicine training in 2014. She works at Northern Health, on the Aged Care wards, Transition Care Program, residential care InReach service and Memory Clinic. She has an interest in the diagnosis and management of dementia, and advanced care planning. She is a supervisor for Geriatric Medicine trainee registrars and is involved in medical student education.
Dr Maggie ChuaMBBS, BMedSci, FRACP
Dr Chua graduated from Melbourne University and completed her Geriatric Medicine training in 2017. She works at Austin Health and Northern Hospital. She has a particular interest in cognitive assessment, management of behavioural challenges associated with dementia, frailty and palliative care. Outside of medicine, she is a busy mum and enjoys travelling.
Dr Yu Mei LawMBBS, FRACP
Dr Law graduated from Melbourne University and completed her Geriatric Medicine training in 2016. She works at Peninsula Health on the Aged Care wards, outpatient clinics and community aged care assessment service. She is responsible for junior medical staff teaching and a supervisor for trainee registrars. She has an interest in cognitive assessment and dementia management, falls and polypharmacy. She is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese.
Dr Jun Yew (Alvin) TayMBBS (Hons), FRACP
Dr Tay graduated from Monash University and completed his Geriatric Medicine training in 2018. He works at Monash Health and Peninsula Health.
He has an interest in dementia, polypharmacy, falls and management of Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD) in residential care facilities.
Dr Henry YaoMBBS, BMedSci, FRACP
Dr Yao graduated from University of Melbourne and completed his Geriatric Medicine training in 2019. He currently works at Austin Health.
He has a keen interest in cognitive assessment, chronic disease management (including dementia), and falls/movement disorder. He is fluent in Mandarin.
Dr Nooi Hoay Ang
Dr Ang graduated from Monash University. She completed her training in Geriatric Medicine in 2019 through Western Health and Monash University.
She is a Geriatrician at Western Health currently.
She enjoys providing comprehensive geriatric assessment and management, with special interests in falls and balance, and dementia.
Dr Catrina HuangMBBS (Hons), FRACP
Catrina completed her MBBS with Honors at Monash University. She completed training in Geriatric Medicine in 2020.
During her training, Catrina gained experience in Intensive Care, General Medicine and Palliative Care, completing a Clinical Diploma in Palliative Medicine through the Palliative Medicine Chapter of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
In addition to general Geriatric Medicine, Catrina has an interest in advanced care planning as a dynamic process of identifying relevant health goals through stages of life.
Dr Ming Lee GohMBBS, BMedSci, FRACP
Dr Goh graduated from Melbourne University completed his Geriatric Medicine training in 2015.
He previously worked as a Geriatrician in Western Australia, before spending 2 years in Bristol and London, UK working on the acute Aged Care wards and supervising junior doctor education.
He has an interest in dementia management and falls.
Dr En'en Tong
Dr Tong graduated from the University of Melbourne and completed Geriatric Medicine training in 2018. She will be completing Palliative Medicine training in 2021.
She has an interest in clinical education and communication skills, and has a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Education.
Dr Tong’s areas of interests include continence management, frailty, advance care planning, as well as navigating the intersection between chronic disease management and the palliative approach to care, especially in residential care facilities.