Dr Ken Teo


Dr Ken Teo is a Melbourne based Consultant Geriatrician. He has a sub-specialty interest in Cognitive Disorders.

Dr Teo is bilingual (English and Mandarin speaking). 

He graduated from Monash University with Honours and went on to complete Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine specialist training at several hospitals in Melbourne including St Vincent’s Hospital, Peninsula Health, Northern Health and Austin Health.

Dr Teo holds a public appointment with Eastern Health and is an Adjunct Lecturer at Monash University. He is also actively involved in cognition clinical trials at the Dementia Centre, HammondCare. 

He is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.



Dr Kalyani Tharmarajah


Dr Kalyani Tharmarajah completed her medical degree at the University of Melbourne before working at Austin and Northern Health as a junior doctor. She undertook physician training at Austin and Northern Health before specialising in Geriatric Medicine. During this time, she also rotated through Bendigo and Western Health. She has completed a Diploma in Palliative Medicine at Western Health which complements her current skill set.

She has a particular interest in dementia and psychogeriatric medicine. She was privileged to be a part of the COVID-19 response to outbreaks in aged care facilities in the Western suburbs. Dr Tharmarajah values holistic, patient-centred care incorporating Choosing Wisely principles of high-value, low-cost care. She is a member of the Royal Australian College of Physicians and the Australian and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine.

Outside of work, Dr Tharmarajah enjoys performing and teaching Indian classical dance and has performed at various events across Melbourne. She also has a keen interest in CrossFit and Agatha Christie novels.

Dr Tharmarajah is available for consultation at our clinic and residential aged care visits.