ANAESTHETISTS

Dr Ryan Downey

BSc (Hons), MB BS, FANZCA
ENQUIRIES: 0409 969 313

Dr Ryan Downey graduated in medicine from the University of Sydney & is a specialist anaesthetist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital as well as the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, Mater, Strathfield Private and a number of other private hospitals. Ryan is a clinical lecturer at the Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney. His areas of specialty include Urology, Head and Neck, ENT, upper GI and obstetric anaesthesia. His academic interests include medical education, simulation and crisis management as well as being involved in doctor’s welfare.

In his spare time, Dr Downey is a cycling & football enthusiast and a keen supporter of the Waratahs Rugby Union team.

DR PAUL EGAN

MB BCh, BAO, FANZCA
ENQUIRIES: 8765 9475

Dr Paul Egan grew up in County Mayo (mid west Ireland), and graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland in 2000. After completing his internship in Beaumont Hospital Dublin, he moved to Sydney Australia. He completed his junior years at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital where he gained great experience in a wide range of specialties.

He received his fellowship in anaesthesia after five years of training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He currently has a public appointment at Liverpool Hospital and practices privately at Macquarie University, Norwest, Strathfield and Westmead Private Hospitals. His interests include anaesthesia for robotic surgery, peri-operative patient management and obstetric anaesthesia. His goal is to provide his patients with a painless and anxiety-free experience.

Outside of work, Dr Egan enjoys family time with his wife and four children, as well as reading about Irish history.

DR HANNAH WONG

BSc (Med), MB BS (Hons), FANZCA
ENQUIRIES: 9487 3033

Dr Hannah Wong is a specialist anaesthetist who aims to empathise with each patient and deliver their anaesthesia in a safe and meticulous manner, tailored to the requirements of the individual.

She graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (Honours) from the University of New South Wales in 2000. She trained in anaesthesia at Concord and Royal Prince Alfred Hospitals in Sydney, becoming a fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2009. She has an interest in anaesthesia for urological, vascular, orthopaedic, ENT, gastrointestinal and obstetric procedures.

Outside the operating theatre, Dr Wong enjoys spending time with her young family and catching up with friends over a good cup of coffee.