Dr Alison Browne
B Med.Sc, MBBS, FRACGP
After completing a Bachelor of Medical Science, Dr Browne was then accepted into the Graduate Medical Program at the Sydney University in 1997. After graduating in 2001 with an MBBS, she completed her internship and residency at Westmead Hospital, completing rotations including emergency medicine, paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology and dermatology. She was then accepted into the General Practice Training Program and worked in practices in Sydney and Orange and obtaining her Fellowship to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2006. She has a special interest in paediatrics and women’s health including antenatal and postnatal care.
Dr Felix Choi
MBBS BSc(med), Dip Paed, FRACGP
Dr Choi has been with Burns Bay Medical Centre for over ten years. Graduating from the University of NSW, he also obtained a Diploma in Paediatrics and became a fellow of the RACGP. Dr Choi also has a special interest in skin cancer and has been involved with teaching Skin Cancer Management to General Practitioners.
In addition to his clinical work, Dr Choi has also been a Councillor with the Medical Benevolent Association of NSW since 2007 and then as Treasurer since 2010.
Dr Margaret Coleman
MBBS (Melb), DRACOG, FRACGP.
Dr Margi Coleman completed her medical degree at the University of Melbourne. She has worked at this practice since 1998. Margi finds General Practice rewarding. It allows ongoing relationships with patients and families. Her special interests are women’s health, children’s health, mental health and chronic disease management. She is accredited for shared antenatal care. She enjoys keeping fit and traveling.
Dr. Rex Kwan
BSc, MBBS, FRACGP, Dip Cos Injectables
Dr Kwan’s passion for General Practice bloomed when he was awarded the GPSN Schwartz Scholarship in his early junior doctor years, and it was further developed with his exposure in a multitude of terms, especially in Accident & Emergency in the Blacktown, Mount Druitt and Westmead Hospitals.
After attaining his FRACGP in 2017, he expanded his breadth of knowledge by completing a number of locum positions within remote communities around Australia.
He is fascinated in General Practice care, and has interests in men’s health, worker’s compensation and cannabis oil prescriptions in special circumstances.
Dr. Emilie Larkin
BSc (Med), MBBS, FRACGP
Dr Emilie Larkin graduated in medicine with honours from the University of NSW in 2005 and became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2010. She loves the variety of general practice and providing comprehensive health care to all ages, especially children.
Emilie joined Burns Bay Medical Centre in November 2017 and she is interested in addressing all aspects of health including travel medicine, mental health, challenging medical problems and preventative care for the whole family. She is accredited to provide GP shared pregnancy care and to insert the contraceptive implant.
Emilie is committed to ongoing education and has completed a Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive health and a Certificate in Primary Skin Cancer Medicine. She has been an examiner for the Royal Australian College of GPs since 2013 and participates in the GP in schools program.
Outside of medicine, Emilie enjoys a leisurely run or bush-walk and discovering new places with her husband and 3 young children.
Dr Audrey Saurajen
MBBS. FRACGP. ABIM. ( American Board Of Internal Medicine )
Dr Audrey Saurajen graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1991. She completed her internship and residency training in Westmead Hospital and the Royal North Shore Hospital and gained further training and experience in various rotations including general surgery, medicine, dermatology, endocrinology, paediatrics and emergency medicine.
Dr Saurajen also completed general practice training and obtained her fellowship to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. In addition, Dr Saurajen completed a 3 year internal medicine residency in the USA (Hawaii). This involved training in both hospital and out-patient clinics, focusing on general internal medicine and intensive care medicine. In 2001, she became board-certified with the American Board of Internal Medicine and licenced to practice medicine in Hawaii. Dr Saurajen is a caring and compassionate doctor with a continuing focus on the holistic care of her patients. Her interests are general medicine, women’s health and paediatrics.
Dr. Kevin Su
Dr Su will commence in early August 2021. Dr Kevin Su completed his undergraduate training at Sydney University with first class honours and the University Medal in Pharmacy. He then went on to study Medicine at the University of Queensland. After graduation, he spent 6 years as medical registrar based at Concord Hospital (spent rotating in Internal Medicine Specialities), then 2 years in Emergency Departments across the state, before training/completing his Fellowship of the RACGP. He has been working as a GP for 10 years since completing his GP Fellowship.
Kevin has an interest in skin cancer medicine and he has completed the Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine (The Skin Cancer College of Australia and New Zealand). He has also completed the Diploma in Practical Dermatology from Cardiff University.
Kevin believes that collaboration between patient and doctor is key to achieving good health outcomes for all his patients, and strives to achieve this through good communication with every patient he treats.
Dr. Mary Yee (nee Wang)
FRACGP, MBBS, B Pharm (Hons), DCH
Dr Yee (nee Wang) has a background in both pharmacy and medicine, having completed a Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours), and then going on to continue her studies at University of Sydney in Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery. She is a fellow of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Since 2016, Dr Yee has trained and worked in a diverse range of clinics and communities both in Sydney and the Central/Mid North Coast. Her particular interests include preventive care, general internal medicine, skin cancer and minor procedures. She has also had a lot of experience in paediatric medicine and women’s health.
Dr Yee is fluent in English and Mandarin. In her spare times, she enjoys sports such as jogging and playing badminton, exploring the outdoors, trying out new restaurants and cafes, and cooking