Dr Priska McDonald MBBS (Hons), FACD
Dr. Priska McDonald completed her medical degree with honours at Monash University. After internship at The Alfred Hospital, Dr McDonald successful completed her Basic Physician Training over 3 years, gaining experience in general medicine, infectious diseases and geriatric medicine. Her physician training was undertaken at The Alfred Hospital with secondments to geriatric, rehabilitation and palliative care facilities, as well as postings to rural hospitals.
Dr. McDonald then undertook her dermatology speciality training in Melbourne. This was undertaken at various tertiary referral centres including The Alfred Hospital, St Vincent’s Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and The Royal Children’s Hospital. She also worked at the Skin Health Institute during her training.
Dr. McDonald spent 12 months working in the dermatology unit of St George’s Hospital in London, United Kingdom where she gained experience in general and paediatric dermatology in a range of skin types, including Indian and Afro-Caribbean skin types. She was also privileged to work in the highly regarded lymphoedema tertiary referral service, run by the St George’s Hospital dermatology unit.
Dr. McDonald holds public hospital appointments as a consultant dermatologist at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and The Alfred Hospital. She has a keen interest in skin cancer diagnosis and management as well as treatment of inflammatory conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and acne. Having gaining experience working in paediatric dermatology clinics at St George’s Hospital in London as well as the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, she also has an interest in paediatric dermatology.
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