Dr Wong is a gastroenterologist with a broad range of interests, including functional gut disorders, bowel cancer screening, liver disease and inflammatory bowel disease.
Dr Wong was born and raised in Sydney. She studied medicine at the University of New South Wales. Following this she completed physician training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital where she continued her specialist gastroenterology training. She completed her fellowship in Melbourne at Royal Melbourne Hospital and The Alfred.
Her fellowship training in Melbourne focused on functional gut disorders and motility conditions. She has been involved with state-of-the- art care for these patients with involvement from gut specific dietitians, gut focused-hypnotherapists as well as pelvic floor physiotherapists.
Dr Wong has a passion for research and evidence based care. She completed her PhD at the University of Sydney looking at a novel agent in chronic disease in 2020. Her research has been presented both nationally and internationally and has led to multiple peer reviewed publications. She was also awarded a Masters of Medicine.
She is actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate medical training. She is dedicated to improving the health outcomes of patients and their families by providing medical care with a holistic focus. She values the importance of communication and takes a compassionate, caring and attentive approach with her patients. She takes time to listen to her patients. She explains medical conditions, procedures and treatments comprehensively so patients and families have a good understanding of their health issues - often contacting them between appointments.
- Functional gut disorders: Irritable Bowel Syndrome, chronic constipation, chronic diarrhea, nausea and vomiting and chronic abdominal pain
- Motility conditions: Suspected achalasia, dysphagia and Rumination Syndrome
- Bowel cancer surveillance
- Inflammatory bowel disease and intestinal ultrasound
- Liver disease