Our Doctors

Alan Jones

Skin Cancer Doctor, Male

Dr Jones has almost 30 years of experience as a General Practitioner, and since 2012, he has focused on skin cancer medicine full-time. Dr Jones established the Chermside Medical Centre, where he was the Principal GP Registrar trainer and has continually advanced his surgical skills. As a Skin Cancer Physician, he worked at Molescan Chermside and Skin Patrol.

In 2017, Dr Jones founded The Skin Cancer Doctor, taking skin cancer screening and treatment to regional and rural communities and putting his flying credentials to good use. Four years later, Dr Jones acquired Skin Patrol, which delivers skin checks in workplaces Australia-wide.

As founder of the Australian Medical Football Team (Docceroos), Dr Jones has played soccer for club and country. He still takes his squash racquet to any town with a court and rarely misses a DJ opportunity.

Jaclyn Montefiore

Skin Cancer Doctor, Female

Dr Jaclyn (Jackie) Montefiore is a GP whose two major areas of professional interest are skin cancer medicine and weight management. She has experience working in a busy skin cancer clinic and educates her patients about the options available to diagnose and treat skin cancers. Dr Montefiore holds Professional and Advanced Certificates in Skin Cancer Medicine and a Certificate in Dermoscopy – the field of medicine concerned with examining the skin with a hand-held device (dermatoscope).

Dr Montefiore also offers treatments to address cosmetic concerns, such as anti-wrinkle injections and micro-needling to improve skin quality, pigmentation and other signs of ageing.

In her spare time, Dr Montefiore enjoys spending time with her husband and three girls. Sometimes, she will sneak away for a jog, a weights session or a catch-up with friends.

Greg Williams

Skin Cancer Doctor, Female

A University of Queensland graduate, Dr Williams has 30 years of experience in medicine. For over 20 years, he has focused on General Practice and skin cancer surgery. Dr Williams graduated as a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1998. He is also trained in skin cancer surgery, musculoskeletal medicine, palliative care and mental
health.

Dr Williams’ diverse experience in medicine includes working at the Redcliffe Hospital, in the prison service and community care in England. In 2003, took up the opportunity to be a partner in general practice.

Outside of work, Dr Williams loves to cycle, especially in the mountains. He rates his most spectacular ride as the Col du Galibier in France. Recently, he’s taken to backcountry cycling and has explored new tracks working for The Skin Cancer Doctor in outback Queensland.

Tiffany Litvine

Skin Cancer Doctor, Female

Dr Tiffany Litvine is an experienced skin cancer and cosmetic anti-wrinkle treatment doctor. She completed her medical training in Ireland in 2009 before completing her General Practice Fellowship in Australia, working in various city and country locations.

Dr Litvine realised early in her GP career that skin cancer detection and treatment was her passion and obtained advanced clinical certificates in dermoscopy and skin cancer surgery through the Skin Cancer College. She feels strongly about delivering quality care and getting the best possible outcomes for her patients.

When away from work, Tiffany enjoys spending time with her husband and young daughter. Being Belgian-born, Dr Litvine speaks fluent French and enjoys sampling exotic French cuisine, such as boeuf tartare!