Honorary Clinical Lecturer, Wollongong Medical School

Dr Le consults as a General Practitioner and he is also a GP Surgeon. Dr Le was awarded his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Sydney in 1997. He obtained Fellowship with the Australian College of General Practitioners in 2003. He went onto further surgical training for Endoscopy and Surgery and is our principal Endoscopist. He was awarded Rural Registrar of the year in 2005 by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine. He soon became a Fellow with the College and received recognition from the Gastroenterological Society of Australia and the Joint Consultative Committee on Surgery for his training in Endoscopy and Surgery.

As a Visiting Medical Officer at Milton Hospital, Dr Le looks after patients in Emergency and on the wards. He performs surgery in the hospital’s theatre for complex skin grafts, carpal tunnel syndrome, vasectomy, inguinal hernia repair and excision of pilonidal abscesses.

Dr Jessie Hoang MBBS, FRACGP
Honorary Clinical Lecturer, Wollongong Medical School

Dr Hoang consults as a General Practitioner and is also a GP Anaesthetist. Dr. Hoang was awarded her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Sydney in 1997 and obtained Fellowship with the Australian College of General Practitioners in 2005.  Her training in anaesthetics is recognised by the Joint Consultative Committee of Anaesthesia.

Dr Kara Methven MBBS, FRACRRM

Dr Methven joined our practice in 2022 and is getting to know her new patients after moving to the area from Victoria where she lived, studied and worked.

Dr Methven enjoys family medicine, including paediatrics and early antenatal care and has a keen interest in mental health and women’s health problems.

She works in our general practice and also in theatre at Ulladulla Endoscopy providing anaesthetic services.

Dr Methven completed her internship and residency years at Frankston Hospital, before moving into general practice training in Gippsland working at Neerim South Medical Centre and Wonthaggi Medical Group.

She completed her JCCA in 2018 at LaTrobe Regional Hospital, which allows her to work as a GP anaesthetist and fellowed with ACRRM in 2019 also working at Bass Coast Hospital.

Dr Methven has been discovering the area with her partner and their pet dog and really appreciates swimming in water that is not ‘freezing’ like in Victoria!

Dr Chris McCue FACRM & Endoscopist, Grad Cert Allergic Diseases

Dr Chris McCue, is a rural GP with a special interest in Endoscopy and Allergy medicine. He works both in our endoscopy clinic and has started a dedicated Allergy Clinic at the centre.

Dr McCue is a GESA (Gastroenterological Society of Australia) certified endoscopist and undertook his medical degree at the University of Wollongong.

He moved to northeast Victoria and the Riverina to continue training, before completing an honorary fellowship in gastroenterology and a postgraduate certificate in Allergic Diseases through the University of Western Sydney.

Originally from New York, Dr McCue moved to Australia in 2010 with his wife, seeking adventure and an opportunity to learn more. Dr McCue was inspired to focus on allergies as he suffered from allergies himself.

A keen bush walker, Dr McCue enjoys exploring the south coast and hinterlands.
He said he loves having better allergy control as ‘it’s a lot more fun bushwalking when you don’t have to bring the Kleenex box with you!’

Dr Nisha Shrestha

Welcome Dr Nisha Shrestha who has recently started at our medical centre.

Originally from Nepal, Dr Nisha studied through Sichuan University, moving to Australia in 2017.

Dr Nisha, who is working in our general practice, has a keen interest in women’s health,  mental health and skin conditions. She is looking forward  to using her skills and knowledge to  benefit our local community.

Whilst Dr Nisha’s parents and siblings live in Nepal, together with her husband, she looks forward to discovering the Milton-Ulladulla region and making new friends.