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Dr W O Pye MBE commenced the practice in Scone in March 1934. Dr Pye was born at Parramatta in 1905, the great-great grandson of two convicts who arrived on the Third Fleet in 1791. He was educated at Kings School at Parramatta and from there went to the University of Sydney, graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1928. In 1930 he went to Edinburgh, Scotland, where he became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1931. After a few years study in England he returned to Australia and married his cousin, Gwendolyn Yeager, in 1937. He died in early 1994. The original practice was located at Airlie House.
The Practice began at its current location in 1950’s in purpose built premises. The original building had been extended and renovated over the years and had become outdated. Our current premises is a leased from the Upper Hunter Shire Council who erected the building with the assistance of a long term loan and a government grant and was opened in September 2004 . The building was further extended in 2010 to allow for the provision of diagnostic imaging through CT scan and ultrasound.
The current partners in the Medical Practice are:
Dr Tammy Kimpton - Dr Kimpton has been a partner of the practice since 2015. Dr Kimpton and continues to offer exemplary medical care to her patients and the wider community alongside her partnership and Registrar supervision commitments.
Dr Larissa Burke - Dr Burke joined the practice in 2008. Together with her partnership responsibilities and Registrar supervision commitments, Dr Burke continues to offer exceptional medical care to her patients and the wider community through VMO hospital care.
Dr Sanda Khine - Dr Khine Dr Sanda Khine is the most recent addition to the Scone Medical Practice Partnership joining in 2023. She has recently become a GP supervisor for GP's in training and offers excellent patient care to practice patients and the wider community through VMO hospital care.