MBBS, General Practitioner Registrar
Dr Lillian grew up in Tasmania, living on the North West Coast and Launceston in early childhood before moving to Hobart. She studied a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Tasmania and graduated in 2016 with a Clinical Distinction. Lillian worked as a junior doctor at the Royal Hobart Hospital for four years prior to moving into General Practice in 2021. She has almost completed her General Practice training and is due to become a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practice in 2023.
Lillian has a special interest in Women’s, Sexual, and Reproductive health and is excited to assist you with contraception, sexual health, pregnancy planning, fertility, early pregnancy management, postnatal mother and baby checks, and period issues. She is a registered provider of medical termination of pregnancy (MTOP). Lillian developed a passion for Women’s health early in her medical training and completed further training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology during her junior doctor years at the Royal Hobart Hospital. She is currently completing the FPAA National Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health, and is aiming to complete her Neuroprotective Developmental Care (NDC) Practitioner training in 2023.
Lillian is currently on maternity leave and will return to The Bubble in the New Year.
Our doctors can provide a number of contraception options including the oral contraceptive pill, intrauterine device, hormonal implant, contraceptive injection, vaginal ring, and morning after options.Learn more
Planning your pregnancy is important to ensure a healthy pregnancy with a good outcome. Unplanned pregnancies are at a higher risk of complications. A women's health doctor can help assess your pre conception health – and your partner, if you have one - and get you prepared for a healthy pregnancy. Together with your doctor, you can talk about how you can be in the best health to give your future baby the best start in life.Learn more
Antenatal GP shared care is a model in which your antenatal shared care is between your GP and the local public hospital. It’s about seeing women before, during and after pregnancy. Establishing this relationship matters not only for the pregnancy but for early parenting and beyond.Learn more
Good sexual health is important at all ages and all stages of relationships. At The Bubble we hope to provide a safe and inclusive environment with no judgement in order to help everyone attain positive and safe sexual experiences.Learn more
There are many vulval and vaginal conditions that cause women a lot of angst such as thrush, bacterial vaginosis, vaginal atrophy (vaginal dryness due to menopause) and many more. Embarrassment commonly prevents women from seeking help. This is an area of the body that should not be ignored and the female specialist GPs are very comfortable discussing these issues.Learn more
Period problems can affect women of all ages from the beginning of menstruation all the way to perimenopause and menopause.Learn more
In Australia, one in three women will have an abortion. Of these women, a third, if not more of them, will have a second one at some point during their reproductive years.Learn more
There should be a postnatal check at an appropriate time, usually six weeks postpartum, along with an infant check to determine the well-being of both mother and baby. This is usually conducted by a GP.Learn more
If you are aged between 25 to 74 with a cervix, you should have your first cervical screening test 2 years after your last Pap test. A common concern among cervix owners is the new age range for cervical screening as previously cervical screening started at age 18. Research shows us that having a five-yearly Cervical Screening Test from the age of 25 is safer and more effective than having a two-yearly Pap test from the age of 18.Learn more
BreastScreen Tasmania provides a free screening mammogram every two years to women between the age of 50 and 74 years throughout Tasmania. While women in the target age group are particularly encouraged to participate, all women over the age of 40 years are eligible for the program.Learn more
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