Doctors

Doctors at Rose Bay Family Medical Centre

Dr. Theo E. Penklis

Dr. Theo E. Penklis B.Sc. (SYD), M.B., B.S. (N.S.W.)

Dr. Penklis graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Science and subsequently studied Medicine at the University of New South Wales. He worked at the Prince of Wales Hospital and had considerable experience at the Prince of Wales Children’s Hospital (now known as the Sydney Children’s Hospital). He enjoys paediatrics and has a particular interest in the health of newborn children. He is married with two children and lives locally.

Dr Shirine Wong

Dr Shirine Wong M.B., B.S., Dip. Paeds., FRACGP

Dr. Wong graduated from the University of Queensland in 1992. She has completed formal general practice training and has qualified as a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She is experienced in children’s health and holds a Diploma in Paediatrics. She has experience in women’s health and offers antenatal shared care with the Royal Hospital for Women. She is married with two young children.

Dr. Raymond Moldovan

Dr. Raymond Moldovan M.B., B.S. (NSW)

Dr. Moldovan graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1977. He worked as a resident medical officer at the Prince of Wales and Prince Henry Hospital Group and has been in general practice since 1978. He enjoys all aspects of general practice. He is married with a young child and lives locally.

Dr. David Moddel

Dr. David Moddel M.B., B.S. (SYD)

Dr. Moddel graduated from the University of Sydney in 1978. He worked at Sydney and Westmead Hospitals and enjoys all aspects of general practice and has an interest in men’s health. He lives locally and is married with three children.

Dr Cindy Pan

Dr Cindy Pan MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Cindy Pan is a medical graduate of the University of Sydney where she also did post-graduate studies in sexual health medicine before qualifying as a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has worked at Concord, Royal Prince Alfred and Sydney Hospitals and has experience in antenatal shared care, mental health shared care, sexual health and HIV medicine. She does surgical assisting in spinal surgery (North Shore Private Hospital) and breast cancer surgery (Macquarie University Hospital).

She is the author of ‘Headstarts – 100 tips for raising clever, confident, creative kids’ (Allen and Unwin 2011), ‘Pandora’s Box – lifting the lid on life’s little nasties’ (HarperCollins 2001) and ‘Playing Hard to Get’ (HarperCollins 2007). She has been the weekly health columnist for ‘Body and Soul’ (Sunday Telegraph and syndicated Sunday papers nationally) since 2003 and is known for her appearances on national television, commenting on health, relationships, psychological, social and child-raising issues.

She is an Ambassador for a number of charities and organisations including ‘Make-A-Wish Foundation’, ‘The Salvation Army’, ‘Northcott Disability Services’, ‘National Breast Cancer Foundation’ and ‘Plan International’.

She is the proud mum of two young boys.

Dr Arthur Huang

Dr Arthur Huang B.Med.Sc.(Syd), M.B.,B.S. (UQld), FRACGP

Dr Arthur Huang graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Medical Science in 1999. He completed his medical training at the University of Queensland in 2004. After completing his medical degree, he has worked as a resident medical officer  at St Vincent’s Hospital, John Hunter Hospital and Concord Hospital. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He enjoys all aspects of general practice

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