Dr Myn Lee

Dr Myn Lee

Dr Myn Lee

MBBS (Melb), FRACGP, PG DipDerm (Cardiff), PG DipSurgAnat (Melb), Adv Cert Skin Cancer Medicine & Surgery (SCCA)

General Practitioner

Interests: Skin Cancer, Skin Cancer and Surgery

Consults: Monday, Thursday, and Friday

Myn is a General Practitioner with an interest in all things related to skin. She obtained her primary medical degree from the University of Melbourne, and holds a Fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of General Practitioners. She also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Practical Dermatology from Cardiff, UK; and has several other Certificates in Skin Cancer and Dermoscopy.

Myn strongly believes in constantly updating her knowledge and skills, and is working towards a Fellowship from the Skin Cancer College Australasia.

Before transitioning into full time skin cancer work, Myn spent several years working as a General Practitioner in rural Victoria as well as in Singapore.

She is able to provide advice and treatment of skin cancers, including non-surgical treatment, simple excisions, as well as flaps and grafts. She is also happy to discuss all other dermatological concerns.

 

Dr Myn Lee

Dr Myn Lee

MBBS (Melb), FRACGP, PG DipDerm (Cardiff), PG DipSurgAnat (Melb), Adv Cert Skin Cancer Medicine & Surgery (SCCA)

General Practitioner

Interests: Skin Cancer, Skin Cancer and Surgery

Consults: Monday, Thursday, and Friday

Myn is a General Practitioner with an interest in all things related to skin. She obtained her primary medical degree from the University of Melbourne, and holds a Fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of General Practitioners. She also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Practical Dermatology from Cardiff, UK; and has several other Certificates in Skin Cancer and Dermoscopy.

Myn strongly believes in constantly updating her knowledge and skills, and is working towards a Fellowship from the Skin Cancer College Australasia.

Before transitioning into full time skin cancer work, Myn spent several years working as a General Practitioner in rural Victoria as well as in Singapore.

She is able to provide advice and treatment of skin cancers, including non-surgical treatment, simple excisions, as well as flaps and grafts. She is also happy to discuss all other dermatological concerns.