Qualifications: MBBS (UQ), FRACGP, BMedSc (Hon)
Dr. Ai-Ling Lee completed her medical degree at UQ, then headed up north to the Townsville Hospital to start her medical career in 2008. There, she met her husband, Paul and the couple eventually moved to Coonabarabran in NSW where she commenced her GP training. She completed her FRACGP (GP specialist fellowship) in 2013, and practiced in the cities of Orange and Newcastle before moving back north to Brisbane to be closer to family.
Dr. Lee’s areas of special interest within General Practice include skin checks and minor surgical procedures, mental health, women’s reproductive and sexual health, pain management, chronic disease management, occupational health, persons with special needs / disability and rural healthcare. Because of her background and childhood growing up in Malaysia, Ai-Ling is fluent in English, Mandarin and Malay; and can communicate in a limited capacity in Cantonese. She has experience with complex patients with multiple health conditions / special requirements (eg refugees, specific cultural backgrounds, disability support), and also has looked after patients with more extensive health requirements / multiple medical conditions requiring management.
Dr Lee also provides advice and services relating to Implanon procedures and also mirena removal, cervical (pap) smears, ear canal cleaning and micro-suction, minor skin surgery (including ingrown toenail removal) & cryotherapy, iron infusions, steroid injections into joints (knee, shoulder, foot – plantar fascia only), and spirometry. She also frequently looks after pregnant women in all stages of their pregnancy up to 30+ weeks (under a shared-care model) and has an interest in early childhood and development.
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