Dr Jacklyn Chay is a University of Queensland graduate having obtained both a BSc (Biochemistry) and MBBS (Hons) while at university. She completed her fellowship (FRACP) in Rheumatology in 2012.
Her training was undertaken in multiple hospitals in Queensland including the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Princess Alexandra Hospital and Greenslopes Private Hospital. Throughout her training Jacklyn was active in teaching both medical students and basic physician trainees, holding the position of Lecturer at the University of Queensland Medical school. She currently lectures postgraduate physiotherapy students at Griffith University.
Jacklyn has worked in private practice on the Gold Coast since 2013 and has clinical privileges at Gold Coast Private and Pindara Private Hospitals. She is the current secretary of the Queensland Branch of the Australian Rheumatology Association and is also involved in the Women in Rheumatology Australia Special Interest Group. Her areas of interest include ankylosing spondylitis and early rheumatoid arthritis.
Jacklyn lives on the Gold Coast with her husband and two small children.