Dr Simon Craig graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1990. He was awarded Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2000 and specialises in high-risk pregnancy and laparoscopic surgery.
Dr Craig lives with his wife and family in Wodonga.
Dr Hang Chau graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1995 and completed much of her obstetric and gynaecological training at the Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne. She then worked in Darwin, Townsville, and for 12 months in Papua New Guinea before settling in Wodonga with her husband. She is also involved with teaching medical students from the University of NSW and supervising O&G Specialist trainees.
Hang’s clinical interests include high risk obstetrics, laparoscopic surgery and all areas of general gynaecology
Dr Simone Mulder studied medicine at Leiden University, the Netherlands and graduated in 1999. She completed her Obstetrics and Gynaecology training in Rotterdam, the Netherlands and moved to Australia in 2008.
She was a Senior Lecturer and Clinical Coordinator for the Rural Clinical School of the University of Sydney. She was a training supervisor for the RANZCOG.
Her interest is in general gynaecology with an emphasis on minimally invasive procedures, vulvar and cervical pathology, treatment of incontinence and prolapse as well as high-risk obstetrics. She believes in a holistic approach towards her patients and has a passion for teaching medical students and specialists in training. She lives with her family in Wodonga.
Dr John Salmon graduated from Monash University in 1974. He completed his specialist training in London and worked as a staff specialist in Toowoomba, Queensland, before moving to Wodonga in 1989.
As well as a consultant specialist obstetric and gynaecology practice Dr Salmon has a special interest in incontinence and prolapse surgery, colposcopy, endometriosis and infertility.
Kae graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2004. She completed much of her specialist training at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne. She has been in and out of Wodonga since 2009, first coming here as a trainee registrar and then liking the region and people so much she kept returning, eventually settling at the beginning of 2016.
She has worked overseas, most recently including a six month stint in Malawi, Africa, and prior to that in Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu. She believes all women deserve to be heard and engaged with, and counts it a great privilege to be able to provide care.