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East Melbourne VIC 3002
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Dr Sze Wey Lee is a consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. She is currently the Chair of Obstetrics at Epworth Freemason's and Director of the Women’s and Children’s Clinical Institute, Epworth Healthcare. With rooms at the Epworth Freemason's Hospital, her practice enjoys access to state of the art obstetric, gynaecological and operative facilities.
Dr Sze Wey Lee is a consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. She is the Chair of Obstetrics, Epworth Freemason’s and Director of the Women’s and Children’s Clinical Institute, Epworth Healthcare. With rooms at the Epworth Freemason's Hospital, her practice enjoys access to state of the art obstetric, gynaecological and operative facilities. She delivers at both the Epworth and St Vincents Private Hospitals.
With utmost standards of professionalism, Sze provides comprehensive care for her patients. These range from pre-pregnancy counselling and preparation for pregnancy, care before, during and after birth, breastfeeding advisory as well as emotional and psychological support for the new mother. In particular, Sze is highly experienced in the management of low and high risk pregnancies; specialising in deliveries ranging from natural to breech, twins and higher risk pregnancies that may involve associated complications from pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes and various other difficult situations.
Her gynaecological practice includes the management of an extensive range of issues which confronts a woman through her years from adolescence to menopause and beyond. These may include:
Sze is also highly trained and experienced in laparoscopic surgery (keyhole surgery) and colposcopies (treatment and follow-up of abnormal PAP smears).
Sze graduated with her medical degree from The University of Melbourne in 1995. Whilst still a medical student at the Mercy Hospital for Women, Sze discovered her love for the practice of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. In order to widen her experience, she subsequently traveled to Ireland to study and work at the prestigious National Maternity Hospital in Dublin, Ireland.
As a young graduate, she was an Intern and Medical Officer at the Austin Hospital, which provided her great grounding in both medicine and surgery. Her specialist training in obstetric and gynaecology was initiated at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne, and subsequently completed in Box Hill Hospital. Following this, she was appointed as Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist to Box Hill Hospital, an affiliated Monash University Hospital.
Dr Sze Wey Lee is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist. Over the years, she has been active in a number of College activities. She has continued to pursue her medical education through the reading of current literature and regular participation in national and international seminars and conferences. Coupled with her teaching of undergraduate medical students from the University of Melbourne and the training of midwifery students, Sze is poised to remain abreast with best current practices and breakthrough research.
Dr Sze Wey Lee has been invited to speak at education meetings and public forums on obstetric and gynaecological care in St Vincent’s Hospital and Epworth Freemason’s Hospital. She is also the Chair of Obstetrics at Epworth Freemason’s Hospital and Director of the Women's and Childrens's Clinical Institute, Epworth Healthcare.
Sze is happily married and has a son in University. She loves to travel, which she says gives her a “look-in” into other cultures with a belief that “a mind once stretched never return to its former shape”. Maintaining an active lifestyle which includes a run several times a week, she then indulges in her other passion...food! During the year, she also participates in many fun runs which support various women’s health charities close to her heart, among which include the Hamlin Fistula Foundation, Breast and Ovarian Cancer Research and Walk for Prems.
Sze is a caring and compassionate doctor who firmly believes that all women should have access to good health care. Her open communicative style, laced with her warm and engaging personality bestows confidence on each of her patients and colleagues. She is well liked and highly respected by her colleagues and members of her fraternity.
Sze is particular about engaging and offering her time to her patients to address their concerns and provide information to help them understand their medical condition. She will patiently assist patients and their partners to make informed decisions, respecting each choice and decision taken by them through her flexible approach. She believes in offering each patient a holistic care; taking into consideration each patient's unique circumstances, she provides individualised care and treatment in each situation. Sze's passion for her work is immeasurable and her commitment to providing the best possible care to women at all stages of their lives is unparalleled.
Jane Rodgers is an experienced and highly skilled midwife who has over 30 years experience in midwifery having looked after women during their pregnancy as well as in Labour Ward. She is qualified to perform early ultrasounds in pregnancies as well as the more complicated fetal monitoring in later pregnancy.
Jane is available to answer any questions you may have and is constantly updating her knowledge. She can also help work through any breast feeding issues as she has trained as a Lactation Consultant. She has a wealth of practical experience and her caring, mothering nature is appreciated by everyone.
Evelyn and Karyn have many years of experience working in doctor’s rooms and are responsible for all the administrative aspects of the practice.
They are responsible for the bookings, accounts and finance as well as dealing with Medicare and the various private health funds. Should you have any queries regarding our payment policy or in relation to any of the above, please contact us and they will be only too happy to assist you.