Dr Stephanie Hayes FRACP, FRCPA, M.Med(Clin Epi), MBBS(Hons) Specialist Haematologist, SAN (Sydney Adventist) Hospital
After finishing school in Sydney Dr Stephanie Hayes completed her medical degree with Honours (MBBS Hons) at the University of Queensland in 1999, and then returned to Sydney for specialist physician training, completing her Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) in haematology and Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (FRCPA) in 2009. During her specialist training she also completed a Masters of Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology) at the University of Sydney.
After completion of her haematology specialist qualifications, Stephanie was also awarded the Pitney Fellowship - a highly regarded subspecialty fellowship period at St George Hospital, gaining special skills and knowledge in managing difficult bleeding and coagulation disorders. This Fellowship has afforded Stephanie the chance to directly benefit her patients with this subspecialty knowledge.
Her practice is based on campus at the Sydney Adventist (SAN) Hospital in Wahroonga, and regularly treats inpatients and outpatients at the Hospital. She regularly teaches medical students as a Clinical Senior Lecturer of the University of Sydney at the SAN Hospital, and has been recognised with awards including “Best Clinical Tutor”. Her rooms are on site at the SAN in the Fox Valley Medical Centre, as well as in Lindfield at The Lindfield Centre.
Stephanie is also a consultant physician at Hornsby Kuringai Hospital.
Above all else, Dr Stephanie Hayes prides herself in listening to, and understanding the medical issues and concerns of her patients and treating them according to the latest medical evidence.