Centurion Healthcare

Our Doctors

The Centurion Medical team consists of respiratory, sleep and heart specialists, as well as a clinical psychologist and other allied health professionals.  We believe in a multidisciplinary and coordinated approach to providing each patient with an individualised treatment plan.  Click on each practioner's name below to find out more.

Our Sleep and Respiratory Team:

Cardiologist:

Psychologist:

RESPIRATORY & SLEEP PHYSICIANS

   

                              

Dr Penny Wong

After completing her medical training at the University of Melbourne in 1998 Dr Wong commenced her residency at Austin Health, Eastern Health and Monash Health rotating through the mainstream medical specialties.
Penny underwent Respiratory & Sleep training at Concord Hospital in Sydney and she undertook sleep fellow training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Melbourne . She has been practicing as a Consultant Respiratory & Sleep Physician at the Geelong Hospital for the last 7 years. She has a vast experience in General Respiratory Medicine including Asthma, COPD, Chronic Bronchitis and Bronchiecstasis. She also has extensive experience in managing pneumonia and pleural effusion. She has capacities of performing flexible endoscopic bronchoscopy and pleural procedures. She also has great experience in sleep apnoea, snoring and restless leg syndrome and she has accreditation in performing sleep studies.

Penny's special interests include 

OSA, Excessive daytime sleepiness/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Periodic Leg Movement Disorder, Asthma & COPD. She is a member of 

The Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand (TSANZ), the Australian Medical Association (AMA) and the Australian Sleep Association (ASA)

     

  Dr Alistair Abbott

Dr Abbott studied medicine at the University of Adelaide before completing postgraduate training in Respiratory and Sleep Medicine at Concord and Royal North Shore hospitals. He is currently a Staff Specialist at Nepean Hospital. He is interested in teaching and training and is the Director of Physician Education at Nepean hospital and a Clinical Lecturer with the University of Sydney. He is heavily involved with the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand and is the President of the NSW/ACT Branch Executive. He has a broad interest in respiratory and sleep medicine with specific interests in sleep medicine, airways disease and bronchiectasis.


     
     

Dr Marissa Antony

Dr Antony completed her physician training at RPA and St George Hospital and is currently a locum Staff Specialist in General Medicine at St. George Hospital. In addition to managing the broad spectrum of respiratory and sleep disorders, she has a particular interest in respiratory failure and interventional pulmonology. She also sits on the panel of experts for Research Review and provides expert commentary for the monthly Respiratory publication reviewing articles from a number of leading journals.

     
     

Dr Anthony Frankel

Dr Anthony Frankel is the Head of Respiratory Medicine at Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital. Graduating from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1983, he qualified as a General Physician with Respiratory sub-speciality in South Africa in 1991. He studied further in Respiratory and Sleep medicine in Auckland, New Zealand, obtaining his Australian Fellowship in 1987.  After working as a Physician at North Shore Hospital Auckland, sub-specialising in Respiratory and Sleep medicine and establishing the Intensive/High Care units, he moved to Sydney in 2003, furthering his career in Respiratory and Sleep medicine at Bankstown Hospital. He has been involved in research relating to COPD, Asthma, Pneumonia and Pulmonary embolism.

     
     

Dr Chin Goh

Dr Goh is a consultant physician in Respiratory and Sleep Medicine. He is currently undertaking an MD with UNSW and St George Hospital Sleep Unit in area of Sleep Disordered Breathing and Orthodontic Patients.  His main areas of interest are interventional pulmonology, airways disease and sleep medicine. Dr Goh also speaks Mandarin and Cantonese.

 

     
     

Dr Kelvin Hsu

Dr Hsu graduated from the University of Melbourne. He completed his advanced training in respiratory and sleep medicine at Westmead, Bankstown-Lidcombe and Concord Hospitals. He is a Staff Specialist in Respiratory and Sleep Medicine, and General Medicine at Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital and a Conjoint Lecturer at University of NSW. He is a local examiner for the Royal Australiasian College of Physicians. He is currently undertaking a PhD in the area of endoscopic lung volume reduction in patients with COPD. His main interests include chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, general respiratory medicine and sleep medicine. Dr Hsu is also fluent in Mandarin and Taiwanese.
     
     

Dr Ben Kwan

Dr Kwan is the head of the respiratory department at The Sutherland Hospital and a conjoint lecturer with UNSW. He has significant interest in education and has convened multiple educational and training courses for the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand (TSANZ) and Australasian Sleep Association (ASA). He has an interest in interventional pulmonology, lung cancer, plerual diseases and sleep disordered breathing.

     
     

Dr Ajantha Raguparan

Dr Raguparan graduated in medicine from Sri Jayewardenapura, Sri Lanka and completed post graduate qualifications with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in Respiratory and Sleep medicine.  Her training was at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Concord Repatriation Hospital, St George Hospital and Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital.  She received a Masters of Philosophy in sleep medicine from The University of Sydney.  She has a special interest in endobronchial ultrasound.

     
     

Dr Sultana Syeda

Dr Syeda completed her training at Royal Prince Alfred and Prince of Wales Hospitals.  She has worked as a locum staff specialist in respiratory and sleep medicine at Prince of Wales Public Hospital, and is currently a Bankstown locum VMO in respiratory medicine at Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital.  She is happy to see cases across the full spectrum of respiratory and sleep disorders. Dr Syeda is also fluent in Bengali.

     
 

Dr Aaron Ting

Dr. Ting is a Respiratory and Sleep Physician who completed his training in 2017 with experience in diagnosis and management of respiratory diseases. He has skills in diagnostic and therapeutic bronchoscopy as well as management of pleural diseases.  He is also a qualified sleep physician with skills in diagnosis and management of sleep disorders as well as in reporting sleep studies.

Dr. Ting obtained his medical qualification, M.B.B.S.(Hons), from University of Tasmania in 2007. Since then, he has worked in tertiary teaching hospitals such as Princess Alexandra Hospital, The Alfred Hospital, Austin health and he completed his basic physician training at Westmead Hospital. During his Respiratory and Sleep training, he had the privilege of working with experienced physicians and researchers at John Hunter Hospital, Bankstown Hospital and Westmead Hospital. He is currently in the process of commencing a research project at Westmead hospital and will function as a part-time Respiratory Fellow at Westmead hospital.

Dr. Ting is a member of the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, the European Society of Respiratory, Lung Foundation Australia and the World Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology. He has presented research projects at national conferences during his training. His interests are in medical teaching, travelling and expanding his social as well as professional network.

 

CARDIOLOGIST

     

Dr Chi-Jen Hsu

Dr Hsu completed his clinical cardiology training at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He undertook stem cell research at the Heart Research Institute, has been the national finalist for the Ralph Reader Prize on cardiac research, and a peer reviewer for international cardiology journals. He started his subspecialty cardiac MRI training at RPA, and then undertook a fellowship at The Heart Hospital of University College London, UK. He is currently an honorary cardiologist and Cardiac MRI consultant at RPA and Blacktown Hospital. Dr Hsu also speaks Mandarin and Taiwanese.

PSYCHOLOGIST

     

Ying Huang

Ms Ying Huang graduated from Macquarie University and is a WorkCover NSW accredited psychologist and registered Medicare and ATAPS provider. She has been working in private practice since 2012. She uses evidence based psychological approaches and Focused Psychological Strategies (FPS) to provide services to adults and adolescents with a range of psychological issues such as the common depression and anxiety, insomnia, adjustment difficulty, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and other mood disorders. She provides psychological services in both English and Chinese Mandarin. She would be able to assist your patients of Chinese background in particular, who may experience difficulty in accessing mental health services due to language barrier. She is also dedicated to assist clients of other culturally diverse backgrounds (CALDs).


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