Consultant Developmental Paediatrician
Staff Specialist in Developmental Paediatrics, Illawarra Shoalhaven Diagnostic & Assessment Service Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Wollongong School of Medicine
Conjoint Lecturer, UNSW Medicine
Dr Moe Moe Thinn is a Consultant Developmental Paediatrician with a keen interest in developmental and behavioral specialties. Dr Moe Moe achieved a medical degree and postgraduate diploma in child health from the University of New South Wales. She completed Master of Public Health from Monash University. Dr Moe Moe has more than ten years experiences in paediatrics working in both rural and metropolitan hospitals through Sydney Children’s Hospital Network. She has joined Specialist Medical Services Group (SMSG) with a passion for promoting the wellbeing of children and their families.
Dr Moe Moe has been a Conjoint Lecturer at UNSW Medicine as well as a Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Wollongong and actively involves with teaching and examining of medical students. She is committed to ongoing education, research studies and charities work.
Dr Teresa Chang
BSc(Med) MBBS(UNSW) ISNCE Cert Nephropathology (Newcastle) FRACP
Member, ANZ Society of Nephrology
Consultant Renal Physician
Staff Specialist in Renal Medicine, Wollongong Hospital
Dr Teresa Chang graduated from the University of New South Wales (UNSW). She completed Certificate in Nephropathology through the International Society of Nephrology and Clinical Epidemiology though University of Newcastle. Dr Teresa has done her physician training at St Vincent’s Hospital and her specialist training at St George, Wollongong, Prince of Wales, Royal North Shore and Liverpool Hospitals.
Dr Teresa is a Fellow of Royal Australian College of Physicians and a Member of the Australia New Zealand Society of Nephrology. Her areas of interest include chronic kidney disease and its complications, diabetic nephropathy, geriatric kidney disease, glomerular diseases, proteinuria, haematuria, hypertension investigations and management, ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, fluid and electrolyte management.
Dr Teresa's treatment plans are tailored and individualised and she maintains close communication with the patients and their primary care providers.
Dr Thaw Dar Htet
MBBS MSc(Endocrinology & Diabetes)(Queen Mary London) FRACP Member, European Society of Endocrine (ESE)
Member, Endocrine Society Australia (ESA)
Member, Australian Diabetes Society (ADS)
Member, Australia and New Zealand Bone Mineral Society (ANZBMS)
Member, Australian Diabetes in Pregnancy Society (ADIPS)
VMO in Endocrinology, Macquarie University Hospital
Locum Staff Specialist in Endocrinology, St George Hospital
Conjoint Associate Lecturer, UNSW Medicine
Dr Thaw Dar Htet is a consultant endocrinologist who is committed to providing excellent quality patient care. She underwent endocrinology training at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney. She also holds a Master of Science in Diabetes and Endocrinology from the Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London. She is currently undertaking a PhD Project at Garvan Institute of Medical Research through University of New South Wales (UNSW). Her PhD Project is a study of personalised management of pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes mellitus. Her research has compassed gestation diabetes, type 2 diabetes and pre‐diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome and bone disorders and her research has been presented in international and national conferences and published in peer- reviewed journals.
Dr Thaw Dar has been appointed as a Conjoint Associate Lecturer at UNSW Medicine and enjoys teaching medical students and junior doctors at St Vincent’s Hospital. She is also a member of early career committee at Endocrine Society Australia and is involved in developing strategies to promote career opportunities and development for endocrine trainees and young endocrinologists. Furthermore, Dr Thaw Dar is a member of European Society of Endocrine (ESE), Endocrine Society Australia (ESA), Australian Diabetes Society (ADS), Australia and New Zealand Bone Mineral Society (ANZBMS) and Australian Diabetes in Pregnancy Society (ADIPS).
She accepts referral from all aspects of endocrinology and has special interest in reproductive endocrinology, different types of diabetes and bone disorders.
VMO in Paediatrics & Adult Orthopaedics, Strathfield Private Hospital
VMO in Paediatrics & Adult Orthopaedics, Prince of Wales Private Hospital
VMO in Paediatrics Orthopaedics, Sydney Children Hospital
Dr Arnold Suzuki is an Australian trained Orthopaedic surgeon specialising in the treatment of lower limb conditions and deformity, paediatric, sports, and general orthopaedic trauma.
Dr Arnold initially qualified as a school teacher. He was educated in Vancouver, Canada and obtained a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor Education but after a few years of teaching he became very interested in Medicine and in Orthopaedic Surgery. He moved to Sydney to complete medicine at the University of Sydney and his specialist training in Orthopaedic surgery with the Australian Orthopaedic Association.
He became a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association. He completed fellowships in Orthopaedic Trauma and an International fellowship in Paediatric Orthopaedics at the British Columbia Children’s Hospital in Vancouver, Canada.
Dr Arnold was appointed to the Sydney Children’s Hospital on his return from his Fellowship training and is a valued member of the department. In a short time he has become one of the most popular clinicians, which is a testament to his skill and warm personality. He is actively involved in Medical Student and Registrar training.