Mr Soong Chua. Melbourne Orthopaedic Surgeon.
Glen completed his medical degree at the University of Western Australia in 2003. After finishing his internship at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth, he moved to Melbourne in 2005 to continue as a Resident Medical Officer at the Austin and Northern Hospitals.
Glen commenced training in Anaesthesia at Western Hospital in 2008. This training saw him work at many hospitals including Western, Sunshine, Williamstown, Shepparton, Ballarat, and finally Royal Melbourne and Austin Hospitals. He commenced private practice with Albert Street Anaesthetic Group in 2013 and continues to maintain public appointments at the Austin and Royal Dental Hospitals.
Dr Lin graduated from the Medical School at the University of Adelaide in 1999. After completing her internship at Royal Adelaide Hospital, she returned to Melbourne for her clinical work. During her anaesthetic training in Melbourne since 2003, she has worked with Geelong Hospital, Monash Medical Centre, Moorabbin Hospital, St Vincent’s Hospital, Dandenong Hospital, Casey Hospital and Box Hill Hospital.
Her subspecialty is particularly useful for pain management in limb surgeries and some lower abdominal surgeries.
Dr Moser is a specialist anaesthetist with an interest in upper G.I. surgery, urology, gynaecology and orthopaedic surgery.
She graduated from the University of Tasmania with Honours in 2002 and then worked for several years in Emergency and Intensive Care before then completing her specialist training in anaesthesia in Tasmania and St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne, where she developed skills in Regional Anaesthesia and Orthopaedics. She then completed her fellowship training at Monash Medical Centre in 2012, working in special interest areas of upper GI surgery and also completing a Masters of Public Health during this time.
Dr. Tony Young completed his medical training, and graduated from Faculty of Medicine, University of Otago in New Zealand in 2001.
Later he was accepted into the surgical training programme (BST) in Australia, and he continued his journey as an orthopaedic registrar in both Queensland and in Victoria. He also continued to study outside the formal working hours in public hospitals. He obtained his postgraduate diploma in surgical anatomy, as well as Masters in Human Movement Science by research focusing on knee biomechanics and kinematics during his time in Queensland. He was a supervisor for both the scholarly selective programme for final year medical students and BSc students in University of Melbourne.