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Meet the Doctors



Dr Jeffrey Jankelson

Dr Jeff Jankelson graduated from the University of Witwatersrand in 1979. He obtained post-graduate qualifications in homeopathy, nutrition and natural medicine at the British Faculty of Homeopathy. He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He has been in general practice since 1984, with special interest in integrative medicine with evidence-based natural medicine.

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Dr Carol Fenton Lee

Dr Carol Fenton-Lee graduated from The University of Glasgow in 1991, completing the MRCP (UK) before coming to Australia in 1994. She then completed Advanced Physician Training in Nephrology, gaining the FRACP, and was involved in research into chronic kidney disease. She has been working as a GP since 2003, and is interested in all aspects of family medicine.

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Dr Colin Metz

Dr Colin Metz graduated from the University of Witwatersrand in 1981. He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has been an Expert Committee member for the past five years. Dr Metz has special interests in executive health, chronic disease management (e.g. diabetes, heart disease, endocrine disorders, cancer, kidney disease), mental health and sports medicine. He also holds a Masters in Business Administration and is a Member of the Royal Australian College of Medical Administrators. He has been living locally in the Rose Bay area for over 30 years.



Dr Graham Collins

Dr Graham Collins graduated from The Queens University in Northern Ireland. He followed this with post graduate studies in the U.K., gaining the Diploma of Obstetrics & Gynaecology from The Royal College in London and a Diploma in Paediatrics from the Royal College in Edinburgh. He completed his studies and gained membership of the Royal College of General Practice (UK). Following this, he held medical posts in England, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand and Bermuda before settling in Australia in 1990. Dr Collins is interested in all aspects of family medicine, particularly paediatrics.

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MBBS BSc(Med) FRACGP Dip Child Health

Dr Rachel Loong

Dr. Rachel Loong graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2000 and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has a Diploma in Child Health, Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine.

Rachel has particular interest in paediatrics, mental health and offers comprehensive skin cancer checks. She is passionate about supporting women throughout the different stages of life and can provide expert guidance on contraception, fertility, pregnancy and menopause transition. She is also a member of the Antenatal Shared Care Program at the Royal Hospital of Women.

Rachel is a strong advocate for preventative medicine. This year she is pursuing studies in Lifestyle Medicine which emphasises the importance of nutrition, exercise, sleep and social connection for well-being.



Dr Ping Lee

Dr Ping Lee graduated from University of New South Wales in 2009 with Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, Class I Honours in Bachelor of Medical Science. She started her training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology before entering General Practice Training. She was awarded FRACGP in 2017.

Dr Lee enjoys all aspects of general practice, in particular women’s and children’s health. She is trained to insert and remove Implanon, removal of IUCD and management of planned and unplanned pregnancies. She has also obtained a certificate in Family Planning and can assist with all family planning needs. She is also able to provide antenatal shared care at the Royal Hospital for Women, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Canterbury Hospital and also enjoys the experience of caring for the baby and childhood immunisations. Also, she is passionate about preventative medicine and mental health, and takes a holistic approach to the well-being for her patients.

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