Clinical Attachment in
Aesthetic Medicine
Kingaroy, QLD


PROGRAM Overview

In collaboration with cosmetic medical clinics, the HealthCert clinical attachments program provides GPs with practical support training in the art and science of aesthetic medicine. Participants will have the unique opportunity to enhance their knowledge of procedures in dedicated facilities by observing experts and participating in patient consultations. This may include all aspects of treatment including initial consultations and patient treatment options as well as various procedures, use of equipment and patient follow-ups. Participants will increase the safety and accuracy of their work, deepen their understanding of establishing and operating a successful aesthetic practice, and gain the confidence to independently perform various procedures on their patients.


Haly Health & Skin Medical Centre is located in Kingaroy, Queensland. The medical centre provides a variety of treatments to promote skin health, including skin cancer scanning and procedures, skin health checks, and cosmetic medical therapy. The team carefully selects and combines treatments to address patients' varying skin conditions; treatments include microdermabrasion and sonophoresis, Dermapen skin needling, photodynamic light therapy, acne treatments, Botulinum toxin injections and dermal fillers, radiosurgery, Surgitron, chemical peels, laser treatments, skin rejuvenation packages, and skin cancer checks, diagnosis and treatment.

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Entry Requirements

The clinical attachment program is aimed at qualified general practitioners with a clinical interest in aesthetic medicine and the wish to subspecialise in this field. Furthermore, applicants must have successfully completed the HealthCert Professional Certificate of Aesthetic Medicine



The program can be tailored individually to the participant’s special interests and activities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Familiarisation with aesthetic clinic staff and roles, e.g. dermal therapist
  • Aesthetic medicine consultations and treatment planning
  • Skin assessment and prescription of cosmeceutical skin care
  • Observe performance of office-based aesthetic procedures, including Botulinum toxin and dermal filler treatments
  • Observe laser, IPL, PDT, skin needling, chemical peels, and radiofrequency
  • Consultation and management of specific skin concerns including acne, rosacea and melasma


Dr Isabelle Jonsson-Lear

Dr Isabelle Jonsson

Cosmetic Physician
MBChB FRACGP FACRRM FACSCM FSCCA, M.Med in Primary Skin Cancer Medicine

Senior Lecturer University of Queensland
Director Skin Cancer College Australasia


Medical professionals can apply for a two-day program where they will experience first-hand the day-to-day operations and interactions of an efficient cosmetic medical clinic. Participants will further develop their knowledge by observing experienced aesthetic medicine physicians, participating in patient consultations and asking questions on all aesthetic medicine services and patient care.

Please note that we can’t guarantee any specific procedures due to the nature of clinical work and the type of patients seen on certain days.


Medical professionals must submit their application with their preferred dates at least one month prior to the program commencement date. HealthCert will contact the host facility and arrange for the placement of the applicant. Participants must commence the program latest six months after their application has been accepted.



Participants are expected to independently organise and fund their travel and accommodation throughout the duration of the program. The host facility will provide day time activities from 9am to 5pm during weekdays only.


Our programs have been designed with affordability in mind. Tuition options are as follows:

Two-day program




No assessment is required for this activity. However for members of the RACGP who wish to qualify for Category 1 CPD points certain records must be kept and session summaries completed. See the CPD section below.


For members of the RACGP these activities are considered as a “Supervised Clinical Attachment” activity which qualify for 40 Category 1 points. A list of the required information will be provided upon registration. The participant must complete these documents and submit them to the RACGP upon completion. This is a self-submitted activity. HealthCert will provide a “Certificate of Clinical Attachment - Australia” to confirm completion of the activity. For members of the ACRRM, these activities qualify for 2 PDP points per hour.

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