Dr Jung-Yoon Huh embarked on her career as a pharmacist after graduating from the University of Otago in New Zealand.  Whilst she enjoyed the role of ensuring the safe use of medications and patient education, she realised her passion for more holistic, patient-centred care in the community.  Dr Huh returned to study medicine at the University of Sydney while raising a young family in 2007.  During this period, she experienced first-hand the importance of women’s role in supporting their families and community.  As a mother,  she was naturally drawn to paediatrics.  

After internship and residency at Westmead hospital, she undertook further training to complete a Diploma in Women’s health (DRANZCOG) and Children’s health (DCH).   She obtained invaluable clinical experiences at various hospitals across NSW but was ultimately attracted to primary care.  Dr Huh feels privileged to provide quality health care to patients and their families by incorporating digital health and technology in her practice.

She provides a wide range of services in women’s health; shared antenatal care with Royal North Shore and Hornsby Hospital, insertion and removal of Implanon and intrauterine devices, cervical screening test, STI check and menopause.  She is also accredited for prescribing restricted medications to treat chronic hepatitis B. 

Dr Huh is a member of the Australasian Menopause Society and Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine.  She regularly volunteers in community work, especially for culturally and linguistically diverse groups.  She is fluent in Korean (한국어) and English.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading books with a cup of coffee, attending webinars (thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic) and driving her children to extra-curricular activities.

Dr Jung-Yoon Huh is an independent contracted GP who operates their own medical business within the Madison Medical Practice Northbridge.

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