From celebrating a newborn to breaking bad news, Dr Lo believes it is an honour to be a GP. She considers it a privilege to work with her patients as they progress through life’s stages. Dr Lo relocated to Australia and joined the Rye Family Clinic in January 2021. She has a special interest in women’s health and chronic disease and speaks English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Prior to this, Dr Lo spent 10 years serving in Hong Kong’s University Health Service with a special interest in adolescent and mental health. She has also obtained a a Master of Arts degree in Guidance and counselling. Trained in narrative therapy, Dr Lo and enjoys listening to the stories of her patients, who are from diverse backgrounds.
Outside of work, Dr Lo is the author of Chinese story book ‘Fight Against School Bullying – Diary of the Ugly Duckling’ and is the script writer of the drama ‘Doctor’s Burnout’. She is also an avid musician, playing the ancient Chinese pipa. Dr Lo loves being a part of the Mornington Peninsula community and running into her patients at the local beaches and supermarket.
- Women’s health
- Adolescent health
- Chronic disease management
- Mental health