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Dr Tammy Kimpton BMed, FRACGP
Dr Kimpton grew up on the west coast of Tasmania. She graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2003. She worked as a junior doctor on the central coast of NSW prior to commencing GP training. Dr Kimpton returned to Scone in 2010 and completed her Fellowship in General Practice in 2013.
Dr Kimpton is actively involved in the Australian Indigenous Doctors Association. Her interests include Indigenous health, child health, chronic disease management and mental health.
Dr Larissa Burke MBBS, FRACGP
Dr Burke completed her medical degree from University of Newcastle in 2004. She has worked at Scone Medical Practice since 2008, completing FRACGP in 2009. She continues to work as a GP at Scone Medical Practice and Visiting Medical Officer at Scott Memorial Hospital and is interested in emergency medicine and women’s health.
Dr Richard Abbott MBBS, FRACGP, FACRRM, DA, DRCOG, MM(Skin Cancer)
Dr Abbott has been in Scone over thirty five years providing obstetric, anaesthetic and general medical care.
He has developed Skin Cancer management skills in recent years, he has special skills in skin cancer management and is a member of the Medical Advise Council for AVANT and was the State wide Director of the Rural Generalist Training Program for NSW with HETI/Management of Health. Dr Abbott currently works part-time for the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Broken Hill while maintaining active clinical practice in Scone.
Dr Peter McInerney MBBS, FRACGP, FACRRM, DipRCOG
Dr McInerney is a graduate of the University of Tasmania. Prior to settling in Scone in 1995, he worked in London(2 years); Northern Tasmania (5 years); and remote Western Australia (5 years).
Medical interests include gastroscopy and colonoscopy; anaesthetics; family planning including vasectomy plus general practice when he can fit it in. He is also involved in teaching medical students and junior doctors. He is a visiting medical officer at both Scone and Coonabarabran hospitals.
Hobbies include aviation which he puts to use by travelling regularly to Coonabarabran to provide endoscopy services.
Dr Isobel Lang MBBS, FRACGP, DipRACOG, FACRRM, DRANZCOG, FARGP
Dr Lang moved here as a locum in February 2010 and enjoyed the interesting work and good company so much she stayed. With over 25 years experience as a GP Dr Lang's interests include GP Obstetrics, emergency medicine and all areas of general practice.
Dr Frances Pengelly BSc (Med), MBBS (Hons), Diploma of Child Health, DRANZCOG (Advanced), FRACGP, FARGP
Dr Pengelly graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2008. She has trained at Bankstown, Campbelltown, John Hunter & Maitland Hospitals during her residency years and completed her GP training in the Scone & Singleton Areas. Prior to getting married last year in July she worked in Western Australia in Obstetrics & Emergency for 6months.
Her medical interests include: Obstetrics including caesarean sections, Gynaecology/Women’s Health, paediatrics and aged care medicine.
Outside of work she loves to read, cook and shop!
Dr Sanda Khine MBBS FRACGP
Dr Sanda Khine obtained her M.B.B.S degree from Myanmar and obtained fellowship in 2015. Before moving to NSW, Dr Khine worked in Launceston General Hospital in various institutions over four years. Dr Khine spent one year in Brook Medical Centre before arriving in Scone, where she has been practicing since 2014. She has a Diploma in Child Health and a Diploma in Dermatology. Dr Khine is especially interested in emergency medicine, paediatrics, dermatology and aged care. She has recently become a GP supervisor for GP's in training. Dr Khine is well known in the community for her kindness and caring attitude towards her patients. In her spare time, Dr Khine enjoys nature walks and watching movies.
GP - Dr Merran Auland - PhD, BMBCh (Oxon), FACRRM, JCCA
Dr Merran Auland started on 3rd October 2018
Dr Merran Auland grew up in Mudgee and completed her medical degree at Oxford University in England. Since returning to Australia in 2009 she has worked predominantly in western NSW including time in Nyngan, Mudgee, Bourke, Bathurst and flying doctors, with Dr Abbott, in Broken Hill. She undertook training in anaesthetics at Bathurst hospital and is planning on offering anaesthetics in Scone as well. She is a fellow of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine for which she writes exam questions and examines junior doctors. She is also on the NSW Medical Council involved in regulating medical practitioners.
She and her partner have moved from farming in Nyngan to a new property in the Bylong Valley. On her days off she enjoys breeding cattle and planning her new garden.
Dr Auland will be full time at Scone Medical Practice and will be rostered to cover the ED and admit patients at Scone hospital.
Dr Angus Brown - B.Sc (Hons), MBBS, DCH, FRACGP
Angus was born in Orange, New South Wales and grew up on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. He completed a Bachelor of Science at University of Sydney and subsequently a Bachelor of Medicine/Surgery at the University of Notre Dame in Sydney. He completed his internship at Orange Base Hospital and subsequent training years at Royal North Shore, Gosford and John Hunter Hospital. Prior to moving to Scone, Angus worked in Moree in North West NSW.
Angus obtained his fellowship in 2021 and has completed an advanced skill training in Surgery throughout Hunter New England area including Maitland, Singleton and John Hunter Hospital. He has completed further training in Burns management at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney and Endoscopy at The Princess Alexandria Hospital, Brisbane.
Angus performs the following surgical procedures at Scone and Muswellbrook Hospitals.
Skin Cancer excision, including melanoma + flap or skin graft repair (practice and hospital)
Skin excisions (lumps/cysts)
Great toe surgery eg ingrown toenail (practice or hospital)
Vasectomy (hospital only)
Carpal tunnel surgery
Elective and Emergency Caesarean Section
Appendicectomy + various emergency surgery cases
He is happy to see any new patients through Scone Medical Practice and you do not need a referral.