If you develop hormone conditions such as thyroid disease or gestational diabetes during pregnancy, you can benefit from the care and attention of an experienced endocrinologist. Greenslopes Obstetrics & Gynaecology has a special arrangement with independent endocrinologists from Rhythm Endocrinology & Diabetes who can assist you with the diagnosis and management of endocrine disorders.
Dr Christina Jang
Dr Christina Jang is an Endocrinologist treating all endocrine conditions. She has special interest in female reproductive endocrinology, menopause and pituitary disease. For her, endocrinology is an area of medicine which presents opportunities to deliver far-reaching benefits to patients.
Dr Jang achieved her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at Melbourne’s Monash University in 1994. She was awarded her Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) in 2003, and her Doctor of Medicine (MD) from Melbourne University in 2008.
Dr Hannah Farquhar
Dr Hannah Farquhar works with all endocrine disorders and has a particular interest in pregnancy-related endocrine disorders, women’s health, androgen deficiency, thyroid disorders and diabetes mellitus.
She has trained and worked at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Cairns Hospital, and Mater Hospital, Brisbane. She has published articles in international peer-reviewed endocrine and obstetric medical journals, and is an associate lecturer at the University of Queensland.
Dr Melissa Katz
Dr Melissa Katz is an Endocrinologist who provides the highest quality, holistic and evidence-based care and treatment for patients and supports them to understand their condition.
She sees patients with all endocrine conditions, and has special interest in thyroid disease, diabetes mellitus, pituitary pathology, women’s health and endocrine disorders in pregnancy.
Dr Katherine Wyld
Dr Katherine Wyld works as a specialist Endocrinologist managing hormones and diabetes, and as an Obstetric Physician managing medical conditions in pregnancy. Her special interests include women’s health, diabetes mellitus (including pump therapy, and managing diabetes in sports and exercise), pituitary pathology, and endocrine and medical conditions in pregnancy.
When diagnosing and managing her patients, Dr Wyld takes the time to explain conditions and treatments and provides up-to-date evidence and reasons for her treatment strategies. She develops long-term therapeutic relationships and empowers her patients on their health journey to improve their quality of life and have good health outcomes.
Dr Wyld completed a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery and Bachelor of Science at The University of Queensland before undertaking her internship and residency years at Toowoomba Hospital.
Dr Warrick Inder
Dr Warrick Inder is an endocrinologist with 30 years of experience. For simplicity, he describes himself as a hormone specialist. He helps patients by listening to their story, exploring what their health concerns are, and working together to improve their wellbeing.
While Dr Inder is a broadly trained endocrinologist, he has a particular interest in pituitary, adrenal and reproductive endocrinology.