In order to keep our vulnerable patients, independent doctors, nurses and staff safe, we kindly ask you to make a telehealth appointment online rather than coming directly into the medical centre if you are:
• Feeling unwell with a fever, cough, runny nose or other symptoms which could be due to COVID-19.
• within 7 days of testing positive to COVID-19 or continue to have symptoms after a positive test
• A close contact of someone with COVID-19.
• In quarantine.
• Experiencing a severe medical emergency.
If you’re experiencing a severe medical emergency or severe COVID-19 symptoms, please call 000 immediately and advise the operator if you’re in self-isolation because of COVID-19.
Please be aware that you will be required to wear a mask when attending our centre to protect those at particular risk of COVID-19.
Dr Moet graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Medicine in Yangon, Myanmar, and has been practising medicine for over 10 years.
She worked in Rehabilitation Medicine for 5 years in Singapore and has completed a Diploma in Rehabilitation Medicine from the Academy of Medicine, Singapore.
She moved to Australia in 2018. She achieved the Australian Medical Council Certificate in 2019. She also worked for two years with Queensland Health, including Wide Bay Hospital, Sunshine Coast Hospital, and Health Services, with rotations in different specialities. She has completed her GP training in Queensland, and she is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).
She also completed a Certificate through the Sydney Child Health Programme.
She enjoys all aspects of General practise, with a special interest in Internal medicine, Women’s Health, Rehabilitation Medicine, Chronic disease management, and preventative health care.
Monday - Friday 8am -8pm, Saturday 8am - 1pm
Monday - Friday 7am - 8am & Saturday 1pm - 8pm Sunday 8am - 8pm & Public Holidays 8am - 6pm