About Us

Our Doctors

Dr Stephen Hook                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     


Dr Hook is a medical practitioner of more than 30 years experience. Dr Hook holds a post graduate fellowship from The Skin Cancer College Australasia. He has a Diploma in Dermatology from the University of Wales and a Diploma in Advanced Cosmetic Medicine from the American Board of Aesthetic Medicine.

Dr Hook provides a comprehensive and highly trained service to our patients in all areas of skin care. Dr Hook is on the staff at Melbourne University School of Rural Health, Shepparton, lecturing students in Dermatology. 


Dr Wil Chong  MBBS, Dip of Dermoscopy, Dip Skin Cancer Medicine/surgery, FRACGP 

Dr Wil Chong graduated from Monash University in year 2007. After he was inducted into the Fellowship in Royal College of General Practice, he continued to work in general practice serving Shepparton community for 7 years.


Dr Wil Chong's deep passion in managing skin diseases has led him to further his training in Skin Cancer Medicine. He was awarded Diploma of Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery from Skin Cancer College of Australasia (SCCA) in 2014, followed by Diploma of Dermoscopy in 2015. He is aspiring to obtain the Skin Cancer Fellowship from Skin Cancer College Australasia.


Dr Wil Chong is currently a Qualified Dermatoscopist and skin cancer doctor working at Shepparton Skin Clinic.


Dr Ed  Siauw 

Dr. Ed Siauw graduated with a bachelor of medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Melbourne in 2010. He completed his fellowship as a General Practitioner in 2016. Since then he has been pursuing his interest in skin cancer medicine, completing a Certificate in Dermoscopy in 2017 and is currently undertaking an Advanced Clinical Certificate of Dermoscopy with the Skin Cancer College of Australasia. 


Dr Vanessa Huang

Dr Huang is a fellow of the The Royal Australian College of General Practice. She has worked at the Austin Hospital, the Northern Hospital, the Mercy Hospital for Women, Famly Planning Victoria and as a General Practitioner in Gippsland.

She obtained the Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery from the University of Queensland in 2014 and has been a member of the Skin Cancer College Australasia in 2014.  She also holds a Diploma of Dermatology. She was awarded the Diploma of Dermoscopy in 2015 and the Diploma of Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery by Skin Cancer College Australasia in 2016.

Dr David Parsons

Dr Parsons returns to Northern Victoria after spending a year at Wangaratta as a junior hospital doctor and later as a GP locum in communities from Bright to Finley. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and has worked exclusively in skin cancer diagnosis and treatment since 2008.

In 2017 he completed the Advanced Clinical Certificate of Dermoscopy which is a 6 month course dedicated to improving diagnostic accuracy of early melanoma with the hand held microscope - the dermatoscope. When not working he enjoys travel, bushwalking, yoga, gardening and cooking. He is a father of four and has three grandchildren. 


Our Staff

We pride ourselves on our exceptional patient care.

Nursing staff at our clinic assist our doctors during surgery and are experienced in wound care. We have trained melanographers to perform total body maps and dermoscopy.  Photographic records are kept of all surgical procedures.

We have a Skin & Laser Technician who specialises in laser hair removal and cosmetic skin treatments.

Our clinic is supported by our friendly team in Reception.

Making appointments

A doctors referral is not necessary to attend our clinic but many patients are referred by their GP.

We can be contacted by telephone and email.

Shepparton Skin Clinic is a private clinic.

Concession card holders will be charged a reduced fee.

All patients can claim a rebate from Medicare.

Cosmetic consultations to discuss client concerns where services are not provided are free of charge.