Dr Holly Inglis


Dr Holly Inglis is a Sydney GP with a passion for fun, adventure and personalised, evidence-based medical care.


Dr Holly completed her medical education, including her Advanced Science degree, medical degree and Masters in Medicine at the University of Sydney. After pursuing divergent interests in orthopaedic surgery (bones) and ophthalmology (eyes), she found it was the depth and breadth of clinical practice offered by general practice that inspired her. In 2017, she was admitted as a Fellow to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). Dr Holly continually updates her practice by undertaking further education in many areas. Currently she is undertaking diplomas in Skin Cancer Surgery & Medical Nutrition Management.


Fields of interest

While Dr Holly caters to all primary care needs, she has a particular interest in:

  • Skin cancer checks & skin cancer surgery

  • Women's health, including reproductive health, polycystic ovarian syndrome, menstrual & menopause issues

  • Sexual health, including contraceptive advice & sexually transmitted infection screening & prevention

  • Contraceptive implant/ intrauterine devices

  • Paediatrics

  • LGBTQIA individual & family health

  • HIV/PrEP prescribing (authorised S100 prescriber)



Bachelor of Science (Advanced)

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

Postgraduate Certificate in Health Sciences

Masters of Medicine (Ophthalmic Sciences)

Diploma of Child Health

Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

Professional Diploma of Dermoscopy

Professional & Advanced Certificates of Skin Cancer Surgery

Professional Diploma of Medical Nutrition Management (currently studying)

Other (non-medical) interests

Dr Holly is a keen endurance obstacle course athlete (think ultra-marathons PLUS mud and obstacles). She competed in the 2017 World's Toughest Mudder in Las Vegas, completing 50 miles over the 24 hour event & coming 29th woman overall. In May 2018, she came 5th in Australia's Toughest Mudder, qualifying as an elite contender for WTM 2018. In June 2018, she came 6th in her age group (20th female overall) at the 2018 Obstacle Course Racing Enduro World Championships.

Dr Holly also loves to ski & travel. She is passionate about evidenced-based wellness for herself and all her patients.