If you have a pelvic condition that is affecting your quality of life, don’t ignore it. Help is available. Our team of gynaecologists provide high-quality care to all women in and around the Northern Beaches.

As a private patient, you’ll enjoy immediate benefits. You’ll be able to choose your own senior gynaecologist who’s best suited to you, and there are minimal wait times for treatment or surgery.


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General gynaecology services

  • abnormal cervical screening tests
  • abnormal or heavy bleeding
  • adhesions
  • endometriosis
  • endometrial cancer
  • fibroids
  • miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy
  • ovarian cysts
  • pelvic pain

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Urogynaecology

Urogynaecology assesses, investigates and treats a range of conditions for women including:

  • bladder pain
  • childbirth injury
  • laparoscopic prolapse tear
  • overactive bladder
  • pelvic floor disorder and reconstruction
  • stress and urinary incontinence
  • urinary tract infection (UTI)
  • urodynamics - testing how well the bladder, sphincter and urethra hold and release urine
  • vaginal prolapse

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Our doctors

Be assured we can offer you access to some of the most talented gynaecologists in NSW, all experts in their field. They treat a wide range of gynaecological conditions and work with compassion and empathy to provide treatment designed to reduce pain and improve health.

As well as the care they provide, many of our gynaecologists are qualified in advanced laparoscopic (keyhole) and robotic surgery, using Da Vinci technology. This minimally invasive surgery is designed to allow for a faster recovery and minimal scarring. Speak to your GP for more information.

Dr Harpreet Arora
Gynaecologist
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Dr Victoria Bennett
Gynaecologist
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Dr Sam Daniels
Gynaecologist
Advanced laparoscopic gynaecological surgery
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Dr Georgina Davis
Gynaecologist
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Dr Paul Fowler
Gynaecologist
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Dr Tamara Harris
Gynaecologist
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Dr Fernando Infante-Torres
Gynaecologist
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Dr David Jollow
Gynaecologist
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A/Prof Alan Lam
Gynaecologist
Advanced laparoscopic gynaecological surgery
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Dr Stephen Lyons
Gynaecologist
Advanced laparoscopic gynaecological surgery
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Dr Andrew Pickering
Gynaecologist
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Dr Lisa Robinson
Gynaecologist
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Dr Mark Ruff
Gynaecologist
Advanced laparoscopic gynaecological surgery
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Dr Robyn Sayer
Gynaecologic cancer surgeon
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Dr Nevine te West
Urogynaecologist
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Dr Abi Thevakumar
Gynaecologist
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Dr Talat Uppal
Gynaecologist
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Endometrial cancer

Endometrial cancer is usually found in the early stages and there are a number of treatments, including a complete hysterectomy. Initially, the lymph nodes in the pelvis are checked with a procedure called sentinel lymph node biopsy where fluorescent dye is injected into the cervix before the operation and travels to the first lymph nodes. This can be done laparoscopically or robotically and this procedure has become the gold standard of how to measure endometrial cancer around the world.

Endometrial cancer is prevalent in larger women, and robotic surgery allows the specialist to perform minimally invasive treatments in larger-size patients, rather than cutting through their abdomen, making the recovery time and risk of infection much better.


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Why go private at Northern Beaches Hospital?

  • Minimal wait times for treatment and/or surgery
  • Choose your preferred surgeon from our network of specialists and doctors
  • Option to self-fund if you don’t have private health insurance

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If I need surgery, how much will it cost?

Like many surgeries performed in a private hospital there’s usually an out-of-pocket fee. The amount will depend on your private health fund cover and the surgery that’s right for you.

No private health insurance? Option to self-fund

If you don’t have private health insurance, you can choose to self-fund your gynaecological treatment and benefit from minimal wait times for surgery. Your chosen surgeon will be able to talk to you about this option and provide an estimate of costs.


How do I get started?

Talk to your GP. They can refer you to one of our doctors for a consultation who'll complete a thorough assessment and discuss your treatment options.


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