Dr Brendan Pattison
Brendan has been working at Lavington Clinic since 1985. He is the current principal of the practice. He has been involved in the teaching of medical students and GP registrars for many years.
Dr Jo Tong
Jo graduated from the University of NSW Medical School in 2006. She was attached to this practice as a medical student and then completed hospital training at another rural NSW town before returning to Lavington as a GP registrar in 2010. She attained her fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practice in 2011. Jo is originally from Sydney and has a special interest in paediatrics.
Dr Sang Kim
Sang has been with us since 2008. He is originally from Korea but completed his medical degree at Monash University. He worked locally for some years, mostly in emergency medicine, before joining the practice. Sang works full time and particularly enjoys treating patients with acute medical issues.
Dr Angela Ramsay
Angela has also worked for many years in Albury. She has been with Lavington Clinic since 2007 and works part time. Women's health is her main medical area of interest. Outside work, she has a keen interest in equine pursuits.
Dr Alison Palmer
Alison has been with the practice since 1998. She works part time with Monday and Wednesday being her regular days in the practice.
Dr Nicholas Nourse
Nick has worked in the practice since 2012. Originally from rural South Australia, Nick loves living and working in our rural environment. Before coming to Albury spent a couple of years working in Townsville in Queensland.
Dr Ruth Mitchell
Ruth has worked at the clinic since 2007 but has been a GP in Albury for over 20 years. She works part time and has an interest in women’s health and student health, having previously worked at Melbourne University. Her recreational pursuits include craft work and spending time at the beach.