Dr Adeline Chan is a qualified obstetrician gynaecologist trained in Sydney. She graduated from the University of Melbourne and subsequently moved to Sydney to commence her specialty training in Liverpool, Campbelltown and Bankstown. She completed her advance training in Bankstown as their Senior Registrar and at Campbelltown Hospital as their Pelvic Fellow prior to obtaining her fellowship with RANZCOG. Dr Adeline has a special interest in minimally invasive surgery (laparoscopy) and is a member of AGES (Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy and Surgery) and has presented in their meetings. She was also selected to be a RANZCOG representative for training with the Asia Pacific Endoscopy Training Group (APGET) in Hong Kong.
As a mother of two, Dr Adeline understands that every pregnancy is different and would provide individualised care for her patients, ensuring that they have a positive and safe pregnancy whether it is a low risk or high-risk pregnancy. She has a passion on preterm births and has completed research on cervical length and preterm birth prediction. She also runs the high-risk obstetrics endocrinology clinic in Blacktown Hospital.
Dr Adeline Chan grew up in Malaysia and is multilingual and understands the complexity that can sometimes surround cultural diversity. She is fluent in Malay and Cantonese. She believes that the pivotal point of good healthcare is listening to her patients and their needs.
- Minimally invasive surgery
- High-risk obstetrics