Dr Gabrielle Howard

Dr Gabrielle Howard M.B.B.S(Hons), F.R.A.C.P., Ph.D Endocrinologist

Gabrielle completed her MBBS with honours at Sydney University in 1989 and subsequently undertook her physicians training at St Vincent’s Hospital Darlinghurst. In 2001 Gabrielle received her PhD in the field of Osteoporosis following four years of specialised research at the internationally recognised Garvan Institute of Medical Research. She has contributed many articles for scientific and medical publications. In 1993, Gabrielle received an award for her excellence in research at the St Vincent’s Research Symposium and in 2002, she received the annual Garvan Institute prize for the best PhD.

Gabrielle has since consulted as a Specialist Endocrinologist with specific interests in Osteoporosis, women’s endocrinology such as the Menopause and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. In this time, she has gained an enormous amount of experience in Endocrinology and is a frequent guest speaker at medical symposia. In 2007 Gabrielle also established the first private Insulin Pump Clinic in NSW to provide all of the most up to date Insulin Pump and Continuous glucose monitoring devices available for patients with Diabetes in Australia.

Dr Steven Morris BHB,MbChb (Hons 1st), FRACP Endocrinologist and General Physician

Steven graduated from Auckland University, and specialised as a general physician, before completing further advanced training in Endocrinology in the UK. He practises in all levels of non-interventional medicine and endocrinology, including paediatric patients over 12, and enjoys helping and rationalising care in complex patients. Steven is an international speaker in indigenous diabetes care and was a former Director of Endocrinology, Peninsula Health, Monash University. His work mandates a high referral practice in male health issues, Type 2 Diabetes, and diagnostic medicine, as well as evolving medical technology.

Dr Steven Morris

Margaret Beazley

Dr Margaret Beazley M.B.B.S FRACP, Geriatrician

Margaret obtained her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Sydney in 1989 and trained in Geriatrics at Concord, Royal Prince Alfred and Royal North Shore Hospitals, obtaining her fellowship in 1999. Margaret currently works as a Senior Staff Specialist Geriatrician at Mona Vale Hospital and has also worked as a Staff Specialist at Manly and Royal North Shore Hospitals in Aged Care
and Rehabilitation. She is an accredited supervisor of Geriatric Advanced Trainees with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and is the Director of Prevocational Education and Training at Mona Vale Hospital. Margaret’s approach is caring, respectful and empathetic. She will openly discuss all issues related to ageing with patients and their carers, enabling shared decision-making about their care.

Dr Yu-Fang Wu, Endocrinologist, Female, MBBS

Dr Yu-Fang Wu is an endocrinologist and fertility specialist. She graduated from the University of Sydney and completed endocrinology advanced training at Westmead Hospital and Macquarie University Hospital.

Dr Wu practises general endocrinology and has a strong interest in reproductive endocrinology. She is affiliated with Westmead Fertility Centre for assisted fertility treatments.

Her other interests include all types of diabetes mellitus, obesity, thyroid diseases, and women’s health issues such as polycystic ovarian syndrome and menopause. Additionally, Dr Wu does gender-affirming treatment for transgender people.

She is warm, approachable, and committed to delivering comprehensive patient care.

Language: English and Mandarin


Dr Cellina Ching

Dr Cellina Ching, MBBS, MPhil, FRACP

Dr Cellina Ching is a passionate and patient-focused endocrinologist dedicated to providing comprehensive care in diabetes and endocrinology with a special interest in diabetes, women’s health, and endocrinology in pregnancy. She is also experienced in managing osteoporosis, thyroid, adrenal, and pituitary disorders.

In addition to completing her undergraduate medical training in Western Sydney, she completed physician training in two of Sydney’s largest tertiary hospitals, Westmead and Liverpool Hospital, and has a Master of Philosophy by research in the importance of lifestyle factors and use of technology in managing gestational diabetes mellitus.

With a commitment to staying at the forefront of medical advancements, she strives to deliver personalised treatment plans that optimise patient health and well-being.

Nikki Witney RN, CDE, GDHN, Diabetic Educator

Nikki is a Registered Nurse and Credentialed Diabetes Educator with a Graduate Certificate of Diabetes Education and Management. She is intercurrently continuing her study and completing a Masters of Nursing and a Graduate Diploma of Human Nutrition. Nikki is originally from Scotland but has worked in the UK, USA and Canada before moving to Australia in 2004. Nikki has worked in diabetes management centres throughout Sydney before commencing at our practice. She has experience providing diabetes education and management advice covering all types of diabetes, including the management of people on insulin pumps or multiple daily injections, continuous glucose monitoring and flash technology. Nikki is also an accredited pump and CGM trainer for both Medtronic and Animas. Nikki is passionate about her role as a Diabetes Educator and aims to inform, guide and support patients through all aspects of their diabetes journey ultimately affording them the tools to manage their diabetes with confidence.

Nikki Whitney

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