Dr Lucy Lu is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, a Diplomat of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (RANZCOG) and a member of the Joint Consultative Committee of Anaesthesia (JCCA).
Dr Lu started her internship at the Modbury Hospital in 2006, she was then employed at the Women's and Children's Hospital, the Royal Adelaide Hospital, as well as the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, and continued on to attain an advanced Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and a diploma in Anaesthetics.
After having worked as a country GP proceduralist in Jamestown, Kadina and Clare, Dr Lu moved back to be a doctor in Adelaide. She is experienced in women's and children's health, chronic disease management, pain management, nursing home and palliative care. She is also passionate about dermatology, which stems from previous regular skin clinic work in rural areas, doing routine skin cancer checks and procedures.
Dr Lu is currently undertaking a skin cancer medicine course through the University of Queensland, and is currently working weekly at a skin cancer clinic. She is highly respected among her peer doctors, particularly due to her extensive experience in the field of medicine, and is dedicated to servicing the community as a GP in Adelaide CBD.