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Medical Oncologist

Dr Adam Broad was born and educated in Geelong before obtaining his undergraduate medical degree at Melbourne University. He worked in Geelong for one year as a trainee Oncologist in 2002 and upon completion of his specialty training returned with his family in 2005 to work at Barwon Health and to establish his private practice.

Adam has developed specialty interests in thoracic, colorectal and melanoma oncology with involvement in cooperative group trials within the Australasian region. He retains a keen interest in cancer clinical research having acted as regional investigator and principal investigator in a number of Australian Lung and Gastrointestinal Trial Group endeavours. He has co-authored multi-centre clinical trial outcomes in The Journal of Clinical Oncology and Annals of Oncology.

Adam also has ongoing involvement in the training and education of Oncology Trainees as well as the development of access to molecular diagnostics in the practice of Medical Oncology in regional Australia. He held the inaugural position of Head of Medical Oncology, University Hospital Geelong, and is a foundation Senior Lecturer in the School of Medicine at Deakin University, Geelong.


Medical Oncologist

Dr David Campbell has been a Medical Oncologist with this practice since 2014. David divides his time between public clinics at both the Western Hospital (Melbourne) and Andrew Love Cancer Centre where he also holds the position of Head of Medical Oncology.

David's particular interest areas are Uro-Oncology and Breast Cancer.


Medical Oncologist

Dr Shu Fen Wong graduated from Melbourne University and completed her specialty training at various institutions including Bendigo Health, Western Health, Austin Health and Royal Melbourne Health.

Shu is the recipient of the prestigious NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship, Rotary Bowel Scan Scholarship and Barwon Southwest Regional health Integrated Cancer Services Scholarship. Her higher degree examined patients choices and preferences towards cancer care across metropolitan and rural areas.

Shu has published a number of research papers and abstracts at both local and overseas forums. She was an invited speaker at the 13th Australasian Prostate Conference and the Medical Oncology Group of Australia Annual Meeting in 2013. In addition, she was awarded the Audience Choice Award at Barwon Health for an oral abstract on her Masters topic.

Shu's major interests include: gastrointestinal tract malignancies and lung cancer.


Medical Oncologist

Dr Anna Lomax received her postgraduate medical degree from The University of Melbourne after completing a Bachelor of Science at Monash University. She undertook her medical oncology training at the Geelong Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital and Eastern Health.   Anna has had the opportunity to be involved in clinical trials as a Clinical Trials Fellow at Eastern Health. Furthermore, she has early phase trials and immunotherapy experience during her role as Melanoma and Phase I Fellow at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse in Sydney, supported by the Simon Kerr Fellowship. She has collaborated on investigator initiated studies within Lifehouse and The Centenary Institute of Cancer Medicine and Cell Biology. She has presented at National meetings and co-authored research resulting in local and international publications.

Anna's areas of interest are melanoma, lung, renal and prostate cancers.


Medical Oncologist

Dr Kate Dunn was born in Geelong, but underwent her undergraduate degree at Adelaide University, and completed her physician training in Melbourne at the Alfred Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Barwon Health. Kate has completed additional training in palliative care whilst at The Alfred Hospital, and worked as a clinical oncology fellow at Peter MacCallum in clinical trials in lung, head and neck and gynaecological cancers, with exposure to clinical trials and immunotherapy. 

Kate is currently a clinical research fellow at the Walter and Eliza Hall, working in the personalised medicine division with Professor Peter Gibbs. This work involves using large scale cancer registry data to examine real world cancer outcomes, looking for opportunities for quality improvement and developing registry based clinical trials. 

Kate treats all solid-organ malignancies, but has a particular interest in breast, gynaecological and gastrointestinal cancers.  


Medical Oncologist

Dr Rebecca Prince was awarded her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Western Australia in 2005, followed by Advanced Training in Medical Oncology in Brisbane, Queensland.  She was awarded her Fellowship to the Royal Australian College of Physicians as a Medical Oncologist in 2012.  She then undertook a Clinical Fellowship with a focus on Quality Improvement/Health Services at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, Canada until June 2018.  She was then appointed as a Staff Physician at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in 2018, a position she held until her return to Australia at the end of 2022.  Princess Margaret Cancer Centre is recognized as one of the top 5 cancer research centres in the world.  

Dr Prince completed her Masters in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at the University of Toronto in July 2018 and a Certificate in Health Informatics, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at McMaster University in 2022.

Dr Prince's clinical interest is in Gastrointestinal and Thyroid cancers.  



Dr Tze Ven (Steven) Jong obtained his undergraduate medical degree from the University of Otago, New Zealand.  In his basic physician training he spent the majority of his time at Western Health and Royal Melbourne Hospital.  His clinical haematology training was completed through Geelong Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.  His laboratory training was undertaken via SJoG Pathology.  

He has expertise in malignant and non-malignant haematological conditions. 

Steven works with us in a private capacity, but also holds positions at the Andrew Love Cancer Centre and Melbourne Pathology.

Steven grew up in Kuching, a town in tropical Borneo and can speak Chinese Mandarin and Malay.  In his spare time he enjoys playing the piano and dabbling in some gardening.



Dr Alex Dunn undertook his undergraduate medical training at Monash University, completing physician training across Flinders Medical Centre, Adelaide, Monash Medical Centre, Alfred Health and Barwon Health. He is dual trained in Laboratory Haematology through Monash Health.

Born in Mount Gambier, Alex married a Geelong girl and is currently working as a Clinical Haematologist at Ballarat Health Service and as a VMO with South Western Health in Warrnambool.

Alex has a passion for bringing high quality medicine to the regions, advocating plain-language communication with patients and in correspondence.

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