MBBS (Qld) General Practitioner

After graduating from the University of Queensland, Dr Tham furthered his training at the Gold Coast Hospital. He then moved to Stanthorpe to take up a position of Medical Superintendent at the Stanthorpe Hospital. Dr Tham returned to Brisbane in 1990 and has been practicing at Chatswood Road Medical Centre since.

Dr Chin graduated from Uni QLD 1986, and gained Fellowship FRACGP. Dr Chin has been in general practice for more than 27 years. Dr Chin is a supervisor for registrar trainees and a mentor for medical students from Griffith University. Dr Chin has a special interest in cardiology and general medicine. Dr Chin is fluent in Cantonese.

Dr Heng graduated from Sydney University. Dr Heng has worked in Sydney and UK before settling in Brisbane. Dr Heng is fluent in Cantonese.

Dr Aung graduated in Myanmar in 1990 with MBBS. Dr Aung has since completed a Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in 1994, a Masters of Public Health in 1996 and Dr Aung is a Member of Academy of Family Physicians Malaysia. Dr Aung gained his FRACGP in 2003. Dr Aung is fluent in Burmese

Dr Stephanie Robinson obtained her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Queensland in 2005. Dr Robinson completed her Internship at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. This was followed by several years as a medical officer across Princess Alexandra Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital, Mater Children’s Hospital, Mater Adult Hospital and QEII Hospital obtaining experience in areas that include Gynaecology, Endocrinology, Paediatrics and Emergency medicine. Dr Robinson then branched out into General Practice, attaining Fellowship from the RACGP in 2012. Dr Robinson has a keen interest in Women’s Health and is trained in Mirena and Implanon insertion. Dr Robinson’s other interests include pregnancy planning and management, Paediatrics, Mental health and Chronic disease management. However, Dr Robinson takes great pride in managing every aspect of family medicine and thoroughly enjoys being able to care for the whole family.

Dr Van grew up in Brisbane and graduated from Medicine at the University of Queensland in 2008. Dr Van practiced as a medical officer at the Princess Alexandra Hospital for 3 years before attaining fellowship from the RACGP at the end of 2013.


  • Bachelor Medicine and Surgery (MBBS)
  • Bachelor Pharmacy (BPharm)
  • Mental health skills
  • Certificate in primary skin cancer medicine

Additional Languages:

  • Vietnamese

Medical interests:

  • All aspects of general practice with additional interests in diabetes, refugee health and skin cancer medicine.

Bsc (Hons – Human Nutrition), MBBS, MMed (Skin Cancer), FRACGP

Dr Rolfe is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioner and uses a Holistic, Evidence-based Approach. Dr Rolfe is currently completing her Australian College of Environmental and Nutritional Medicine Fellowship and has completed all Integrative Cancer Care Modules. She completed her Masters in Skin Cancer Medicine through The University of Queensland and also holds Certificates in Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine and Skin Cancer Surgery.

Dr Rolfe provides integrative support to patients with Cancer by helping manage their unique needs. She prescribes Evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle prescriptions to complement treatment and improve outcomes. She also investigates nutritional and metabolic abnormalities and treats with synergistic combinations.

She uses a Functional Medicine approach to Chronic Disease, Women’s Health, Weight loss and Paediatrics. Dr Rolfe completed her Honours project in Human Nutrition and has also conducted numerous medical research projects which she has presented at local and International conferences. She was awarded four different Scholarships throughout her studies and she has been published in Peer Reviewed Journals locally and Internationally.

Dr Tran is a General Practitioner and has an MBBS qualification from Bond University in Queensland. Dr Tran has a keen interest in paediatric medicine, chronic disease management and disease prevention. Dr Tran joins us with experience in paediatrics at the previous Royal Children’s Hospital and formerly trained at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

Dr Roy is a General Practitioner and a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

She graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2009. She then completed additional Residency training across multiple hospitals in QLD. Dr Roy then undertook specialist training in General Practice and was awarded the Fellowship from the RACGP.

Dr Roy enjoys all aspects of General Practice, with particular interests in Women’s Health including Contraception (Implanon trained), Pregnancy Planning, Antenatal Care (Mater Hospital aligned for shared care) and Postnatal care. Dr Roy also has a keen interest in Paediatrics, Dermatology, chronic diseases and Geriatric Medicine (older adults health). Dr Roy also offers skin checks, women’s well being checks and Iron infusions.

Dr Roy is approachable, friendly and enjoys an excellent relationship with her patients. She is a busy mum of 2 and outside of work, Dr Roy enjoys movies, music and travel.

Dr Alex Tran is joining the Chatswood Road family clinic after working in Hospitals across the state and South Australia for the past 6 years.

He completed his medical training in Townsville and Cairns and has experience in areas such as paediatrics, orthopaedics, emergency medicine, general medicine and rehabilitation geriatric medicine.

He has worked as a paediatric doctor in training for over 3 years in Hospitals such as the Queensland Children’s Hospital, Mater neonatal intensive care, the Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital and the Logan hospital paediatric unit.

His other area of interest is travel medicine where he hopes to provide personal and medical advice having travelled to over 50 countries himself. Outside of work, he enjoys hiking, playing board games, badminton and squash.

Dr Malsha Kankanamge is a Registrar in training, studying towards her FRACGP.

She has worked at Gladstone, Rockhampton and Harvey Bay Hospitals for close to 3 years, mainly in medicine, Paediatrics and Emergency Department.

Dr Malsha has a special interest in child and women’s health. Dr Malsha speaks English and Sinhalese. Outside of work she enjoys traveling movies and music.