is a Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist with clinical and research interests in Diabetes, Obesity and General Endocrinology.
He trained at St George, and Bankstown hospitals and researched at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. He previously received a full-time National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) scholarship and other diabetes grants for his PhD studies on the role of iron chelation for the treatment of glucose, lipids and obesity.
He received the Novartis Young Scientist award from the Endocrine Society of Australia in 2009.
His research was published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation in 2010.… Read more about Associate Professor Ken Ho
Dr Min Ling is a Consultant Endocrinologist and Physician. She has clinical and research interests in Diabetes and General Endocrinology.
She completed her PhD in molecular biology through the University of Sydney, before embarking in specialist training in Endocrinology, rotating through John Hunter Hospital Newcastle, Bankstown and Nepean hospitals in Sydney.
Dr Min Ling has published abstracts in scientific meetings and research articles. She has interests in General Endocrinology and in Diabetes, including Gestational diabetes. She is currently supervising Endocrinology advanced trainees … Read more about Dr Min Ling
Dr Lorraine Pereira is a consultant endocrinologist with interests in thyroid, pituitary, adrenal disorders, diabetes, obesity, gestational diabetes, metabolic bone disorders, and general endocrinology.
Prior to medicine, Dr Pereira studied advanced nutritional sciences and has previously worked as a dietitian.
She obtained her medical degree from the University of Sydney, followed by Master of Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology) from the same university and Masters in Endocrinology and Diabetes from Barts University, London. For her physician fellowship in Endocrinology, she trained extensively at Liverpool Hospital, St Vincent’s Hospital and Blacktown Hospital.… Read more about Dr Lorraine Pereira
Dr. Anna Zheng is a Consultant Endocrinologist and Physician with clinical and research interests in Diabetes, Thyroid, Osteoporosis, Andrology and General Endocrinology.
Dr Zheng practices at Ryde Endocrinology as well as at public hospitals.… Read more about Dr. Anna Zheng
Dr Amanda Ying Wang is a Consultant Nephrologist and General Physician. She has clinical expertise in acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease, hypertension, diabetic kidney disease, glomerular disease and haemodialysis. She has research experience in acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease, hypertension and dialysis therapy.
She undertook PhD studies from the University of Sydney and had completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the George Institute for Global Health. She is currently holding the National Heart Foundation fellowship,… Read more about Dr Amanda Ying Wang
Dr Flavia Bueno specialized in Endocrinology overseas in 2002, and undertook training again when she moved to Australia, both in Concord as well as Campbelltown hospital. She also has a background in Emergency Medicine and worked for several years as an Emergency CMO at different Sydney hospitals.
She enjoys working with all aspects of endocrinology and has a special interest in Women’s Health, such as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Menopause and Menstrual Irregularities. She is also interested in Obesity, Type 2 diabetes, Bone and Adrenal disorders.… Read more about Dr Flavia Bueno
Ryde hospital is a public hospital servicing the needs of Ryde- Eastwood- Epping-Carlingford community in Sydney.
The wider geographical coverage may include the Hills district, and Parramatta.
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Ryde Medical Centre
Suite 6, 247 Ryedale Road
Eastwood NSW 2122
02 9858 1899
Monday to Friday
8am to 5 pm
By appointment only
A fee is usually payable after consultation.
A valid GP or Specialist referral
is required for Medicare rebates.