Dr. Jonny Levy
MBBS BSc FRACGP FARGP
Currently undertaking Master of Business Administration (Australian Institute of Management – 2019-)
Professional Diploma of Dermoscopy – HealthCert (2018)
Professional & Advanced Certificates of Dermoscopy – HealthCert (2016 - 2017)
Certificate in Advanced Dermoscopy & Dermal Imaging – University of Queensland (2012)
FARGP - Fellowship in Advanced Rural General Practice (2012)
FRACGP - Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (2010)
Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine – Australasian College of Skin Cancer Medicine (2010)
AMC - Australian Medical Council Examinations (2006)
Parts I & II of Primary Examination of the Royal College of Surgeons (UK) (2004)
MBBS - Medical Bachelor, Bachelor of Surgery (2001), Imperial College, University of London (1995 – 2001)
BSc - Bachelor of Science - Medical Psychology (1998), Imperial College, University of London (1995 – 2001)
Medical Director – Skin2, part of Healius Ltd. (Formerly Primary Health Care) – HLS(ASX) - (July 2018 ongoing)
Skin Cancer Clinician – Primary Medical & Dental Centre, Highett (July 2018 ongoing)
Senior Lecturer with the University of Queensland, teaching the Masters in Skin Cancer Therapeutics & Surgery (2011 ongoing)
Lecturer – HealthCert (2011 - ongoing)
Medical Director – SunDoctors Skin Cancer Clinics (March, 2016 – July, 2018)
Lead Doctor – SunDoctors Skin Cancer Clinic – Bentleigh (August, 2016 – July, 2018)
Medical Director, mentor and education roles (CPD provider) within the National Home Doctors Service
Medical support of several remote Central Australian clinics – almost 100% Indigenous Health related work (2010 - 2018)
Skin cancer medicine and surgery, since 2009 (Sunspot Skin Cancer Clinics – 2011-2016) ongoing.
After-hours deputizing general practice (2007 - 2015)
Advanced Rural Skills GP registrar (Aug 2010 – Jan 2011)
After a decade in Emergency Medicine in both the UK and Australia, Jonny gained two fellowships in General Practice and has focussed his ongoing professional life around skin cancer – both clinically and organisationally.
Teaching – primarily as a senior lecturer with the University of Queensland - remains a core focus
and, since 2011, has been augmented with ever-increasing medical directorship and business
decision and policy-making roles.
Effective teaching and management of colleagues are highly effective ways of improving the clinical
outcomes of as many patients as possible.
An MBA is the logical next step, and currently being undertaken – alongside ongoing clinical work, to
ensure relevancy ‘on the ground’ as well as a strong grasp of business strategy.
Jonny’s future direction will reflect his broad base of academia and professional experience, with the ongoing and fundamental aim of improving patients’ clinical outcomes.