Dr June Chia
June is a graduate of the University of Queensland Medical School and Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians specialising in all aspects of geriatric care from acute geriatric medicine to rehabilitation. She is a member of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine and Movement Disorders Society. June is also an associate lecturer with the University of Queensland, regularly contributing to medical student and junior medical staff education through clinical teaching.
June is experienced in managing all geriatric syndromes and has particular interest in neurocognitive disorders and Parkinson’s Disease. June understands that it can often be overwhelming when faced with complex medical and social issues that arise as we age. She is therefore a strong believer in providing holistic and compassionate care to all her patients. Her goal is to promote healthy ageing and help patients maintain their independence as well as assist them when their care needs increase.
Being born in Singapore and raised in Australia, June is fluent in both English and Mandarin and enjoys providing care to people from different cultural backgrounds.
Outside of clinical work, June enjoys spending time with her family including caring for her elderly parents, raising her baby daughter and going on long walks with her husband and rescue Kelpie.
June currently runs clinics at Greenslopes Private Hospital and Hamilton Specialist Suites with plans to expand her services in the near future.