Dr Myat Aung is an Australian-based health professional. Dr Myat Aung is trained as a GP (General Practitioner) and has a practice different location of Victoria since 2012 also work other state of Australia as medical officer be becoming GP, her strength is has been done rotation work various department of hospital with sincerity, which make her on of the confident doctor at our clinic. .

Dr Myat graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery the University of Medicine, Yangon, Myanmar in 2005.she emigrated to Australia in 2007 and completed his Residency ACT/Canberra/NSW Regional Hospital ,gaining broad experience whilst in Accident and Emergency, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Geriatrics and Psychiatric wards.

She undertook Australian General Practice training with Southern GP Training, based in Gippsland gained fellowship 2014
She has also been awarded a Diploma in Child Health from Westmead Hospital,NSW in 2014, and Certificates in Primary Skin Cancer Medicine, Skin cancer therapeutics and Cosmetic Medicine, from the University of Queensland. ( 2012).

Working experience as GP

South Gippsland Family Medicine, Wonthaggi 2016-2017, Aghapy Medical Centre, Pakenham VIC 3810 (2015-2016), Lang Lang community Medical Practice, VIC 3984 ( 2015-2017), Edithvale Family Medical Practice, Edithvale VIC 3196 ( 2015) , Saint Lukes Medical Centre, Traralgon VIC 3844 ( 2012-2015),

Also work as doctor in hospital in ACT/Canberra/NSW in different dept Emergency, Psychiatry, Drug and Alcohol, Surgery, General Surgery Cardiothoracic surgery, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, Radiation Oncology


  • 2014 – FRACGP
  • 2005 – MBBS (Ygn)
  • 2017 – Professional Certificate of Dermoscopy
  • 2017 – Advanced Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine (Health Cert)
  • 2014 – Diploma in Child Health, University of Sydney
  • 2012 – REST(Rural Emergency Skills Training) course
  • 2012 – Certificate in Primary Care Skin Cancer Medicine course (University of Queensland)

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Burmese

Research and Teaching

Prevalence of diarrhea in relation to socio-economic factors