Our

Doctors

 

Westside Haematology Oncology Clinic is operated by Montserrat Cancer Care.

Our Specialists are experts in their field and are focused on providing their patients with the best care available including access to clinical trials.

Our centres facilitate a care philosophy of wellness through treatment for blood conditions and cancer, rather than illness.

WestSide Haematology and Oncology

Our

Doctors

Westside Haematology Oncology Clinic is operated by Montserrat Cancer Care.

Our Specialists are experts in their field and are focused on providing their patients with the best care available including access to clinical trials.

Our centres facilitate a care philosophy of wellness through treatment for blood conditions and cancer, rather than illness.

WestSide Haematology and Oncology
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Dr Paul Kalokerinos

Medical Oncologist

Training in all of the major cancer centres of South East Queensland. He provides a high-level, evidence-based cancer treatment service to residents in both the metropolitan and wider Brisbane areas.

Dr Kalokerinos’ training involved treating numerous patients in cancer units throughout Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast regions. He has broad experience in caring for patients with a wide range of cancer subtypes, both common and rare, and has been exposed to the most cutting-edge cancer treatments through his work with patients enrolled in clinical trials.

Prior to completing his training in Queensland, he worked in the United Kingdom at well recognised centres including The Royal Free and Kings College hospitals.

Medical Oncology is a complex, evolving discipline where each case is unique. New research and treatment options are continually emerging and Dr Kalokerinos is committed to staying at the forefront of international developments. He firmly believes that the open communication and active involvement of patients in their management plans is essential to providing optimal care. He also recognises the necessity of integrating other health care professionals, specialists, and general practitioners into the long-term oncological plans of newly diagnosed cancer patients.

The application of these important principles to each individual case enables Dr Kalokerinos to adhere to his philosophy of treating the patient and not just the disease.

Dr Paul Kalokerinos

Medical Oncologist

Training in all of the major cancer centres of South East Queensland. He provides a high-level, evidence-based cancer treatment service to residents in both the metropolitan and wider Brisbane areas.

Dr Kalokerinos’ training involved treating numerous patients in cancer units throughout Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast regions. He has broad experience in caring for patients with a wide range of cancer subtypes, both common and rare, and has been exposed to the most cutting-edge cancer treatments through his work with patients enrolled in clinical trials.

Prior to completing his training in Queensland, he worked in the United Kingdom at well recognised centres including The Royal Free and Kings College hospitals.

Medical Oncology is a complex, evolving discipline where each case is unique. New research and treatment options are continually emerging and Dr Kalokerinos is committed to staying at the forefront of international developments. He firmly believes that the open communication and active involvement of patients in their management plans is essential to providing optimal care. He also recognises the necessity of integrating other health care professionals, specialists, and general practitioners into the long-term oncological plans of newly diagnosed cancer patients.

The application of these important principles to each individual case enables Dr Kalokerinos to adhere to his philosophy of treating the patient and not just the disease.

 

Dr Sam Jones

Medical Oncologist

Treats: All solid tumour types.

Special Interests: Lung cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and gynaecological cancers.

Dr Jones completed his post-graduate medical training at the University of Queensland in 2007 following a Bachelor of Science in 2003. He undertook basic physician training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, and completed 3 years of advanced training in medical oncology in 2016. This training included work at the Royal Brisbane, Princess Alexandra, Mater South Brisbane, Toowoomba, and Gold Coast Hospitals.

Upon obtaining his fellowship, he commenced work in the public system as a Staff Specialist at Mater Hospital South Brisbane and Gold Coast University Hospital, and as a locum at Cairns Base Hospital.

Throughout 2017 he provided a private oncology service to Cairns alongside commencing private work in Brisbane.

He is currently employed as a Staff Specialist at Gold Coast University Hospital and Mater Private Hospital Springfield. He also provides a private service at both Mater Private Hospital Springfield and South Brisbane, along with Westside Private Hospital.

dr-sam-jones

Dr Sam Jones

Medical Oncologist

Treats: All solid tumour types.

Special Interests: Lung cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and gynaecological cancers.

Dr Jones completed his post-graduate medical training at the University of Queensland in 2007 following a Bachelor of Science in 2003. He undertook basic physician training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, and completed 3 years of advanced training in medical oncology in 2016. This training included work at the Royal Brisbane, Princess Alexandra, Mater South Brisbane, Toowoomba, and Gold Coast Hospitals.

Upon obtaining his fellowship, he commenced work in the public system as a Staff Specialist at Mater Hospital South Brisbane and Gold Coast University Hospital, and as a locum at Cairns Base Hospital.

Throughout 2017 he provided a private oncology service to Cairns alongside commencing private work in Brisbane.

He is currently employed as a Staff Specialist at Gold Coast University Hospital and Mater Private Hospital Springfield. He also provides a private service at both Mater Private Hospital Springfield and South Brisbane, along with Westside Private Hospital.

 
Westside Haematology

Dr Rebecca Cleary

Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist

MBChB, FRACP, FRCPA

Dr Rebecca Cleary is a Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist with a broad range of clinical experience in the diagnosis and management of both malignant and non-malignant haematological presentations. Rebecca has a strong focus on communication, establishing an excellent rapport with her patients and their families. Ensuring that all patients have a thorough understanding of their diagnosis and treatment plan is a priority in Rebecca’s practice.

Rebecca consults within Haematology Queensland (HQ). HQ is an independently owned group of three Brisbane Haematologists who offer a unique, personalised approach to Haematology, providing an exceptional standard of care to patients. Rebecca consults from Westside Private Hospital in Taringa, and the North Lakes Day Hospital; as well as providing in-hospital patient care at The Wesley Hospital and Greenslopes Private Hospital.

Rebecca is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians (FRACP) and the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (FRCPA). After completing her medical training at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom in 2006, Rebecca immigrated to Australia in 2008. She subsequently completed her specialist advanced training in clinical and laboratory haematology at a number of Brisbane hospitals including the Princess Alexandra Hospital and the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. Rebecca has a strong focus on current best practice by keeping up to date with developments in the field of haematology and participating in professional development and teaching. In addition to her practice with HQ, Rebecca holds positions as a staff specialist at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and QML pathology.

Rebecca has a diverse interest in the diagnosis and management of both malignant and non-malignant haematological issues, including:

• Diagnostic work up of abnormal full blood counts
• Multiple Myeloma
• Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL)
• Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML)
• Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS)
• Myeloproliferative neoplasms including polycythaemia and essential thrombocythemia
• Lymphoma
• Haemochromatosis
• Iron deficiency
• Thrombosis including deep vein thrombosis

Dr Rebecca Cleary

Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist

Westside Haematology

MBChB, FRACP, FRCPA

Dr Rebecca Cleary is a Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist with a broad range of clinical experience in the diagnosis and management of both malignant and non-malignant haematological presentations. Rebecca has a strong focus on communication, establishing an excellent rapport with her patients and their families. Ensuring that all patients have a thorough understanding of their diagnosis and treatment plan is a priority in Rebecca’s practice.

Rebecca consults within Haematology Queensland (HQ). HQ is an independently owned group of three Brisbane Haematologists who offer a unique, personalised approach to Haematology, providing an exceptional standard of care to patients. Rebecca consults from Westside Private Hospital in Taringa, and the North Lakes Day Hospital; as well as providing in-hospital patient care at The Wesley Hospital and Greenslopes Private Hospital.

Rebecca is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians (FRACP) and the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (FRCPA). After completing her medical training at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom in 2006, Rebecca immigrated to Australia in 2008. She subsequently completed her specialist advanced training in clinical and laboratory haematology at a number of Brisbane hospitals including the Princess Alexandra Hospital and the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. Rebecca has a strong focus on current best practice by keeping up to date with developments in the field of haematology and participating in professional development and teaching. In addition to her practice with HQ, Rebecca holds positions as a staff specialist at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and QML pathology.

Rebecca has a diverse interest in the diagnosis and management of both malignant and non-malignant haematological issues, including:

• Diagnostic work up of abnormal full blood counts
• Multiple Myeloma
• Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL)
• Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML)
• Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS)
• Myeloproliferative neoplasms including polycythaemia and essential thrombocythemia
• Lymphoma
• Haemochromatosis
• Iron deficiency
• Thrombosis including deep vein thrombosis

 

Dr Tzu-yang Wang

Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist

MBBS (Hons), FRACP, FRCPA, B Phty

Dr Tzu-yang Wang is a Clinical & Laboratory Haematologist at Haematology Queensland (HQ).
He is also appointed as

• Staff Specialist – Princess Alexandra Hospital
• Pathologist – QML pathology
• Senior Lecturer – University of Queensland

Haematology Queensland is independently owned by a group of Haematologists who offer a personalised approach to the complex needs of patients without the constraints of “big corporates”.

In addition to providing the best possible standard of care to patients. He is also a current investigator in over 15 clinical trials across a broad range of haematological disorders, allowing patients access to cutting edge treatment that may not otherwise be possible.

Tzu-yang received his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery with Honours at the University of Queensland in 2008 and completed specialist training at the Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and Princess Alexandra Hospital. He has also worked as a Staff Specialists at these institutions. He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians and The Royal College of Pathologist of Australasia.

He has special interests in the diagnosis and management in both malignant and non-malignant haematological problems, including:

• Leukaemia
• Lymphoma
• Myeloma
• Myelodysplasias
• Myeloproliferative disorder
• Bone Marrow Transplant
• Haemostasis and thrombosis

Tzu-yang is a contributor to eviQ – Australian consensus guideline in cancer management as well as a member of the Australian Leukaemia and Lymphoma group. He has published numerous posters at Haematology Society in transplant, malignant and non-malignant haematology. He is also a Senior Lecturer of The University of Queensland and regularly teaches physician trainees as well as junior medical staff in preparation for their specialty exam.

Languages Spoken: fluent English and Mandarin (中文).

Westside Haemotology

王子揚血液腫瘤專科醫師

王子揚醫師現任職於Princess Alexandra Hospital,為專攻血液腫瘤和病理專科主治醫師(顧問醫師)

私人專科醫師團隊

王醫師與Haematology Queensland (HQ) 合作,開始為私人看診。HQ是由四位Brisbane 血液腫瘤科醫師所組成的獨立醫療團隊,他們立志於提供視病猶親及專業的態度來為病患看診。團隊醫師均秉持親切和服務熱忱看待病患,他知道每位病患都是獨一無二的,因此在治療過程中會詳細的與病患及家屬討論治療和用藥的問題,讓他們充分感受到被了解與尊重。

專科醫師的專業養成

血液有關之醫學治療,近年來有許多的發展及突破。王醫師除了積極參與國內與國際間血液腫瘤相關的研討會,臨床工作時亦常與資深醫師交流學習,以最新醫學文獻之專業證據,提供專業的診治。

專科醫師證書與專業訓練

王醫師於2008年取得昆士蘭大學醫學和手術(榮譽)學士學位。畢業後在Royal Brisbane and Womenʼs Hospital Princess Alexandra Hospital 完成血液腫瘤與病理專科醫師訓練,並任職於這兩家醫院為血液腫瘤專科主治(顧問)醫師,同時亦負責醫學院學生及住院醫師的教學與臨床實習與見習工作。王醫師同時是澳洲皇家內科醫師學會和病理學會的正式會員。

血液專科專長的領域

王醫師曾參與多項臨床試驗與研究,研究內容包含骨髓移植、良性和惡性的血液治療。專長領域為各種良性及惡性血液病的診斷和治療,主要包括:

  • 血液檢驗異常
  • ()性白血病
  • 淋巴癌
  • 多發性骨髓瘤
  • 骨髓分化不良
  • 骨髓增殖性疾病
  • 血液凝固疾病
  • 各類貧血(包括缺鐵性貧血)
  • 血小板偏低(紫斑症)

看診地址

Dr Tzu-yang Wang

Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist

Westside Haemotology

PH: (07) 3833 6747

info@hqclinic.com.au

MBBS (Hons), FRACP, FRCPA, B Phty

Dr Tzu-yang Wang is a Clinical & Laboratory Haematologist at Haematology Queensland (HQ).
He is also appointed as

• Staff Specialist – Princess Alexandra Hospital
• Pathologist – QML pathology
• Senior Lecturer – University of Queensland

Haematology Queensland is independently owned by a group of Haematologists who offer a personalised approach to the complex needs of patients without the constraints of “big corporates”.

In addition to providing the best possible standard of care to patients. He is also a current investigator in over 15 clinical trials across a broad range of haematological disorders, allowing patients access to cutting edge treatment that may not otherwise be possible.

Tzu-yang received his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery with Honours at the University of Queensland in 2008 and completed specialist training at the Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and Princess Alexandra Hospital. He has also worked as a Staff Specialists at these institutions. He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians and The Royal College of Pathologist of Australasia.

He has special interests in the diagnosis and management in both malignant and non-malignant haematological problems, including:

• Leukaemia
• Lymphoma
• Myeloma
• Myelodysplasias
• Myeloproliferative disorder
• Bone Marrow Transplant
• Haemostasis and thrombosis

Tzu-yang is a contributor to eviQ – Australian consensus guideline in cancer management as well as a member of the Australian Leukaemia and Lymphoma group. He has published numerous posters at Haematology Society in transplant, malignant and non-malignant haematology. He is also a Senior Lecturer of The University of Queensland and regularly teaches physician trainees as well as junior medical staff in preparation for their specialty exam.

Languages Spoken: fluent English and Mandarin (中文).

 

王子揚血液腫瘤專科醫師

王子揚醫師現任職於Princess Alexandra Hospital,為專攻血液腫瘤和病理專科主治醫師(顧問醫師)

私人專科醫師團隊

王醫師與Haematology Queensland (HQ) 合作,開始為私人看診。HQ是由四位Brisbane 血液腫瘤科醫師所組成的獨立醫療團隊,他們立志於提供視病猶親及專業的態度來為病患看診。團隊醫師均秉持親切和服務熱忱看待病患,他知道每位病患都是獨一無二的,因此在治療過程中會詳細的與病患及家屬討論治療和用藥的問題,讓他們充分感受到被了解與尊重。

專科醫師的專業養成

血液有關之醫學治療,近年來有許多的發展及突破。王醫師除了積極參與國內與國際間血液腫瘤相關的研討會,臨床工作時亦常與資深醫師交流學習,以最新醫學文獻之專業證據,提供專業的診治。

專科醫師證書與專業訓練

王醫師於2008年取得昆士蘭大學醫學和手術(榮譽)學士學位。畢業後在Royal Brisbane and Womenʼs Hospital Princess Alexandra Hospital 完成血液腫瘤與病理專科醫師訓練,並任職於這兩家醫院為血液腫瘤專科主治(顧問)醫師,同時亦負責醫學院學生及住院醫師的教學與臨床實習與見習工作。王醫師同時是澳洲皇家內科醫師學會和病理學會的正式會員。

血液專科專長的領域

王醫師曾參與多項臨床試驗與研究,研究內容包含骨髓移植、良性和惡性的血液治療。專長領域為各種良性及惡性血液病的診斷和治療,主要包括:

  • 血液檢驗異常
  • ()性白血病
  • 淋巴癌
  • 多發性骨髓瘤
  • 骨髓分化不良
  • 骨髓增殖性疾病
  • 血液凝固疾病
  • 各類貧血(包括缺鐵性貧血)
  • 血小板偏低(紫斑症)

看診地址

Westside Haematology

Dr Fraser Wright

Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist

MBBS, FRACP, FRCPA, BSc

Dr Fraser Wright is a Brisbane based Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist who is part of the Haematology Queensland (HQ) private practice group. HQ is an independently owned group of 3 Brisbane Haematologists who have the ambition of offering a unique personalised approach to Haematology.

Fraser completed medical training at the University of Queensland in 2005, and went on to physician training, specialising in Haematology. He underwent rotations at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and Greenslopes Private Hospital, completing his advanced training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in 2015, before undergoing fellowship the following year.

Fraser brings a unique skill set to the team and is focused on providing an individual treatment pathway that is tailored to every patient. This is created by:
• MDT meetings with all affiliated healthcare professionals
• Communication with patients, their families and healthcare team, taking the time to fully explain diagnosis through to the treatment process
• Having a strong focus on best practice, attending international and local conferences and professional development seminars

He has a diverse interest in the diagnosis and management in both malignant and non-malignant haematological issues, including:

• Work up and management of Anaemia, Leukopenia and Thrombocytopenia
• Thrombosis & Haemostasis
• Iron related disorders
• Paraproteins and plasma cell dyscrasias, including Multiple Myeloma
• Leukaemia
• Lymphoma
• Myeloproliferative disorders including, Polycythaemia, ET, Myelofibrosis, and CML
• Work up of other abnormal Full Blood Counts and lymphadenopathy.

Dr Wright is combining his private practice with laboratory sessions at QML Pathology. He is passionate about reducing travel time for patients and providing top quality care close to home. Fraser will be offering consultation sessions and in-hospital care at the Westside Private Hospital as well as outpatient consultations in Ipswich.

Dr Fraser Wright

Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist

Westside Haematology

PH: (07) 3833 6747

info@hqclinic.com.au

MBBS, FRACP, FRCPA, BSc

Dr Fraser Wright is a Brisbane based Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist who is part of the Haematology Queensland (HQ) private practice group. HQ is an independently owned group of 3 Brisbane Haematologists who have the ambition of offering a unique personalised approach to Haematology.

Fraser completed medical training at the University of Queensland in 2005, and went on to physician training, specialising in Haematology. He underwent rotations at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and Greenslopes Private Hospital, completing his advanced training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in 2015, before undergoing fellowship the following year.

Fraser brings a unique skill set to the team and is focused on providing an individual treatment pathway that is tailored to every patient. This is created by:
• MDT meetings with all affiliated healthcare professionals
• Communication with patients, their families and healthcare team, taking the time to fully explain diagnosis through to the treatment process
• Having a strong focus on best practice, attending international and local conferences and professional development seminars

He has a diverse interest in the diagnosis and management in both malignant and non-malignant haematological issues, including:

• Work up and management of Anaemia, Leukopenia and Thrombocytopenia
• Thrombosis & Haemostasis
• Iron related disorders
• Paraproteins and plasma cell dyscrasias, including Multiple Myeloma
• Leukaemia
• Lymphoma
• Myeloproliferative disorders including, Polycythaemia, ET, Myelofibrosis, and CML
• Work up of other abnormal Full Blood Counts and lymphadenopathy.

Dr Wright is combining his private practice with laboratory sessions at QML Pathology. He is passionate about reducing travel time for patients and providing top quality care close to home. Fraser will be offering consultation sessions and in-hospital care at the Westside Private Hospital as well as outpatient consultations in Ipswich.

 

Dr Gary Gibson

Specialist General Practitioner

MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Gary Gibson is a Specialist General Practitioner who currently runs a Private Therapeutic Venesection Service at Westside Haematology and Oncology Clinic. He also provides procedural support to QML Pathology.

Gary completed his medical training at the University of Queensland in 1986 before moving into rural General Practice. After returning to Brisbane in 1996 with his family, he started working at QML Pathology.

He was instrumental in establishing a Medical Procedure Unit encompassing Bone Marrow Aspirate collection, Dynamic Hormonal testing and Therapeutic Venesections. During this time, his interest in the diagnosis and management of Genetic Haemochromatosis has grown, as evidenced by his association with bodies such as the Queensland Institute of Medical Research and Haemochromatosis Australia.

 

Dr Gary Gibson

Specialist General Practitioner

MBBS, FRACGP

Dr Gary Gibson is a Specialist General Practitioner who currently runs a Private Therapeutic Venesection Service at Westside Haematology and Oncology Clinic. He also provides procedural support to QML Pathology.

Gary completed his medical training at the University of Queensland in 1986 before moving into rural General Practice. After returning to Brisbane in 1996 with his family, he started working at QML Pathology.

He was instrumental in establishing a Medical Procedure Unit encompassing Bone Marrow Aspirate collection, Dynamic Hormonal testing and Therapeutic Venesections. During this time, his interest in the diagnosis and management of Genetic Haemochromatosis has grown, as evidenced by his association with bodies such as the Queensland Institute of Medical Research and Haemochromatosis Australia.

Dr Gary Gibson