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Drop Bio Health Welcomes Four Experienced Clinicians To Its GP Council
Drop Bio Health Welcomes Four Experienced Clinicians To Its GP Council

It takes a village to design and create healthcare products and services. At Drop Bio Health we are fortunate to work with world-class leaders to help shape the future of at-home healthcare and today we are excited to announce the appointment of four highly experienced clinicians to our GP Council.

These General Practitioners join us from regional and metropolitan areas across Australia and play a pivotal role in informing product developments including how Drop Bio Health members can best engage with their GP.

“GP’s are essential to healthcare and it’s a privilege to formally welcome Dr Luke Morphett, Dr Amandeep Hansra, Dr Kathleen Holcombe and Dr Kevin Cheng to the team. Their knowledge, humour, sleeves rolled-up approach and entrepreneurialism are so important to moving healthcare forward”, said Phil Hayes-St Clair, Drop Bio Health’s Co-Founder and CEO.    

They join Dr Ginni Mansberg, Dr Nic Giummarra and our Medical Director, Dr Densearn Seo, in our mission to accelerate the world’s transition to personalised, preventative health.

Please join us in welcoming Dr Luke Morphett, Dr Amandeep Hansra, Dr Kathleen Holcombe and Dr Kevin Cheng!

Dr Amandeep Hansra


Dr Amandeep Hansra completed her Bachelor of Medicine at the University of Newcastle in 2003. After completing her GP training, Amandeep was admitted to the Royal Australian College for General Practitioners and has been practising as a GP for over 18 years.

Amandeep has an interest in travel medicine, women's health, chronic disease management and mental health. Amandeep also has a deep interest in technology and innovation.

Amandeep is passionate about accessibility and equity of healthcare and she spends time every year volunteering locally and internationally.

Dr Kathleen Holcombe


Dr. Kathleen Holcombe undertook medical training at the University of Queensland graduating in 2007. She worked at Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital and The Royal Children's Hospital Brisbane, before moving to Melbourne to undertake general practice training, becoming a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2012. While there she also gained qualifications in Palliative Medicine and Child Health.

After moving to Toowoomba in 2014, she has completed fellowships in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, and Lifestyle Medicine. This training allows Dr. Holcombe to offer evidence-based lifestyle strategies to augment existing treatment plans to help patients achieve optimal health outcomes.

Dr Kevin Cheng


Kevin trained at the University of WA and has 25 years experience working in Australia, Kenya, Hong Kong and England as a doctor and in health system reform.

He specialises in building new health programs that apply lifestyle medicine, population health management, value-based care and new technologies. Kevin has also worked for strategy firms McKinsey & Company and Boston Consulting Group, to improve businesses in the banking, mining, manufacturing and public service sectors.

Besides supporting Drop, Kevin enjoys working with AI companies such as harrison.ai, Heidi Health and Quantium to improve healthcare automation and patient outcomes.

Dr Luke Morphett

BMedSc (Hons), BMed (Newcastle), GradDipGenetCouns, FRACGP

Dr Luke Morphett is a General Practitioner with a broad range of interests, but most notably preventive health, men's health, paediatrics, student health and the health of doctors. He particularly enjoys the variety that General Practice brings as well as the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with patients that help them to achieve their goals.

Luke's other roles include GP Liaison Officer at Royal North Shore Hospital Ambulatory Care Centre, Clinical Lead of Sydney North HealthPathways, board director of Doctors' Health NSW and a member of RACGP NSW&ACT Faculty Council.

When not at work Luke is a father of 2 amazing daughters.

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