Dr Sarah MacDonald has 10 years of post-graduate experience working as a Doctor throughout NSW.
Graduating from The University of Newcastle, she has extensive experience in general and skin cancer medicine.
With a keen eye for detail she is passionate about her work. She regularly attends conferences and workshops to keep up with the latest developments and holds postgraduate certifications including the Professional Diploma of Skin Cancer Medicine, Practical Dermoscopy Certificate, Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Therapeutics, Professional Certificate of Aesthetic Medicine, and more. Currently she is completing her masters of medicine, focusing on the skin effects of testosterone therapy.
Dedicated to caring for patients of all ages and from a range of cultural backgrounds, Dr MacDonald volunteers her time to aid with skin cancer treatment and prevention in people with Albinism.
She is experienced with a range of skin procedures including comprehensive skin cancer checks with dermoscopy, lesion excisions, biopsies, local flaps and skin graft repairs. Her primary goal is to make her patients happy and achieve the best possible outcomes for them. She enjoys getting to know her patients and helping them with strategies for maintaining optimal skin health, including skin cancer prevention and sun safety.
Dr. Vinh Truong is a general practitioner with special interest and experience in skin cancer management. He is dedicated to increasing patient awareness of skin cancer early detection and prevention.
Dr. Truong provides a range of medical and surgical management of skin cancer as per examination and biopsy results.
Dr. Truong keeps his expertise in the field up-to-date via practice, education, self-audit and elaboration with other skin cancer doctors around the world.
Dr Vy Huynh completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Western Sydney in 2012. He worked in general practice for many years before pursuing his special interest in skin cancer medicine and surgical procedures. He holds university-assured postgraduate qualifications in skin cancer medicine and dermoscopy, and speaks both English and Vietnamese.
Dr Huynh enjoys connecting with his patients to help them maintain their health and is committed to providing the best possible care for people of all backgrounds. In his spare time, he loves gardening, photography, cooking, soccer, board games, and exploring new restaurants.
Dr Joanne Loh completed her medical degree at the University of Sydney in 2013 and has worked as a doctor in both rural and metropolitan NSW.
She attained her RACGP Fellowship and has an interest in Skin Cancer Medicine and Aesthetic Medicine.
Committed to a high standard of care for her patients, she attends regular conferences and workshops to keep up to date and has completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dermatology and Certificate in Practical Dermoscopy.
She is experienced in skin cancer checks, skin biopsies and excision of skin lesions.