Our specialities


The medical specialty devoted to the study, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the digestive system. These disorders may affect the oesophagus (swallowing tube), stomach, small intestine, large intestine (colon), rectum, liver, gallbladder, or pancreas.


The study of the medical aspects of hormones, including diseases and conditions associated with hormonal imbalance and damage to the glands that make hormones. Conditions that can result from hormone imbalance include diabetes, thyroid disease, menopause, metabolic disorders, osteoporosis, pituitary diseases, infertility and growth disorders among others.


The diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases of the blood and bone marrow as well as of the immunologic, hemostatic (blood clotting) and vascular systems. Included are anaemias, leukaemia, lymphomas and clotting disorders.


Ophthalmology is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the eye and peri-orbital region. Common conditions include cataracts and cataract surgery, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, pterygium, glaucoma, kerataconus and laser eye surgery. Our eye surgeons are all trained in Sydney and have completed international subspecialty fellowships at leading global health care facilities.

Oculoplastic Surgery

Oculoplastic surgery deals with a variety of surgical procedures that deal with the orbit (eye socket), eyelids, tear ducts, and the face. Oculoplastic surgeons are specifically trained in ophthalmology (medical and surgical conditions of the eye) before undertaking further surgical training in oculoplastics surgery. Common conditions include skin cancers of the eyelid area, droopy eyelid surgery (ptosis), excessive eyelid skin (dermatochalasis), inward and outward turning eyelids (entropion and ectropion), cosmetic eyelid surgery and thyroid eye disease. Oculoplastics surgeons are also specialists in surgery involving the lacrimal system, which can often present with watery eyes (epiphora).