Dr Mei Lon Ng
MBBS. FRACGP M.A.C.N.E.M.
Qualifications, Memberships and Experience
Dr Mei Lon Ng is a highly experienced GP who has a strong interest in holistic medicine. She graduated from Medicine from the University of Western Australia in 1995 and completed her specialty training in General Practice and gained her fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2002.
Dr Ng’s interest in taking a more holistic approach to practice, including investigating the underlying cause of a patient’s health issues, led her to undertake additional specialty training through the Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM), which trains doctors in nutritional & lifestyle medicine.
During her early years in medical practice, Dr Ng worked at Princess Margaret Hospital and then at Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital in various specialities including emergency medicine, psychiatry and surgery. She then moved to private practice and managed her own GP practice and has also worked at Hollywood Private Hospital as a surgical assistant and admissions doctor. More recently, she has worked in the field of preventative medicine – working with patients holistically to improve their physical and psychological aspects of their life, which helps to reduce their incidence of illness, stress and physical dysfunction.
As a mother of 3 teenage children and married to another busy medical professional, Dr Ng is well aware of the juggling act many professional women face in the today’s busy world. She successfully combines motherhood with working as a doctor and gains immense satisfaction in helping her patients live happier, healthier and more balanced lives.
Dr Ng is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and is a registered General Practitioner, which enables patients to claim a Medicare rebate on their consultations. Dr Ng’s consultations are much longer than standard GP consultations, allowing her to take the time to be thorough and listen to her patients’ issues and fully investigate the underlying cause of her patient’s health concerns.