Dr Luke Harvey
General Practitioner I Medical Supervisor
Skin cancer medicine, Men's health, Early childhood /adolescent health
Dr Harvey undertook medical school at Western Sydney University before completing hospital training in Western Sydney and then going on to complete his general practice training, qualifying as a specialist GP in 2019. He is currently undertaking further training in dermoscopy and skin cancer medicine.
Dr Luke passionately believes that general practitioners are integral to good patient health. He enjoys being the "first port of call" for any issue a patient may be having and will work with you to figure out the best management plan for the individual.
Dr Luke is invested in being accessible to the community. He is happy to see patients of all ages and backgrounds, and practices in a non-judgmental manner. He welcomes members of the LGBTQI community. All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients are bulk billed.
He is available for face-to-face or telehealth consults (phone or video). He believes that telehealth, while not always the best fit, is often extremely useful. He endeavours to make the experience as smooth as possible with paperless solutions for prescriptions, referrals etc.
Dr Harvey was born in Scotland and emigrated to Australia as a teenager. Away from work, he enjoys spending time with his young family, watching soccer (he thinks he is the only Partick Thistle supporter in Picton!), cooking and performing questionable cover versions of The Smiths on his guitar.