Below is a list of the top and leading Psychiatrists in Adelaide. To help you find the best psychiatrist located near you in Adelaide, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
This article is updated every 3-4 months.
Adelaide’s Best Psychiatrists:
The top rated psychiatrist in Adelaide are:
⦁ Dr Edward Koko Aung – Health on Kensington
⦁ Dr Melanie Turner – My Child Psychiatry and Psychology
⦁ Dr Lynette Rose – Bower Place
If you are a psychiatrist or you know other psychiatrists or professionals in Adelaide that should be on this list, please submit your details here and we will review your submission.
Health on Kensington
Dr Edward Koko Aung graduated from the University of Rangoon in 1991. He then moved to Australia in 1996 and commenced his training as a psychiatrist at the University of Adelaide. He has worked at Glenside and Canberra. He currently working for Western Community Mental Health and at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital with private rooms at Health on Kensington.
Clinpath Laboratory, Women’s health issues, Counselling – 3 Step Mental Health, Psychiatric Care, Palliative Care inc. Mary Potter Hospice, Acute medical and surgical problems, Total family care – Paediatrics – Family Planning, Minor Surgery, Nutritional advice, Diabetes Management and Foot Care, Audiology, Podiatry
“Great Doctors good friendly staff.” – Nicholas Treglown
“On time at the end of the day and they care about you.” – Jude Vaderella Gaffney
My Child Psychiatry and Psychology
Dr Melanie Turner is an Australian Child and Adolescent psychiatrist with an interest in perinatal psychiatry, autism diagnosis and treatment in children. She works as a clinical senior lecturer at the University of Adelaide in an honorary capacity and work clinically in private practice in South Australia.
Skills and Expertise: Counseling, Mental Illness, Treatment, Clinical Psychiatry, Developmental Psychopathology, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, ADD, CBT
Child Psychology, Mental Health Social Work, Play Therapy, Family Therapy, Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
“Best in customer care.” – Andrea
Dr. Lynette Rose graduated in Medicine from the University of Adelaide in 1983, and became a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatry (RANZCP) in 1990.
Lynette has worked in both New Zealand and Australia, with experience acorss a wide range of conditions including psychosis, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, autistic spectrum disorders, adolescent psychiatric disorders and intellectual disability. She works with General Practitioners and other health care workers and agencies using a Shared Care or Consultation model of psychiatry.
Lynette also works part time at Flinders Medical Centre and provides medico legal assessments and consultation to the Courts on the Mental Illness Defence, Fitness to Plead and Stand Trial, and Pre Sentencing Reports.
Lynette is involved in training, mentoring and assessing overseas trained psychiatrists as well as local trainee psychiatrists and medical students. She has been an examiner with the College of Psychiatry and assisted in the development of clinical practice guidelines.
Consultations with Lynette Rose are eligible for a Medicare rebate, but a current referral from a GP is required. There is a gap payable, ranging from approximately $30-$70, depending on the duration and the nature of the consultation.
Complex Needs Clinic, Family Therapy, NDIS – Mentoring Support & Support Coordination, Private Practice, Mediation, Dispute Resolution, Consulting, Employee Assistance & Critical Incident, Assessments, Educational Pathways
“They will really assist you and take care of you.” – Monica Nam
Monica is a reporter and business columnist for Best in Australia. She covers business news, start-ups and does research about new businesses in Australia.