Dr. Bobby Chan
Endocrinologist

Dr. Bobby Chan

Dr Bobby Chan provides comprehensive and personalised care for patients seeking advice for all aspects of endocrinological conditions.

Dr Bobby Chan graduated from University of New South Wales in 2007 with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB.BS), BSc (Med). He completed his physician training in St. George Hospital and was accepted into their Endocrine Advanced Training in 2013. He further underwent his advanced endocrine training at Prince of Wales Hospital, Nepean Hospital, Blue Mountain Hospital and Lithgow Hospital. He has also worked in areas of need for Endocrinology services such as Orange.

He has been admitted to the Royal Australian College of Physician as an Endocrinologist in 2015. He worked in St. George Public Hospital and now has a permanent staff specialist position in Campbelltown Public Hospital. He also undertakes private work at multiple locations including Hurstville Medical Specialists and private hospitals including Hurstville Private Hospital, Waratah Hospital and Kareena Hospital.

Bobby has a particular interest in Type 1, Type 2 Diabetes and Gestational Diabetes. He also enjoys all things in general endocrinology (obesity, insulin resistance, osteoporosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, thyroid diseases, pituitary and adrenal diseases).

Bobby also helped to form the Gestational Diabetes Clinic and the Multidisciplinary Case Conference in St. George Hospital in 2016. He is also currently working with Hurstville Private Hospital to develop a Metabolic Clinic, which involves multiple specialities and allied health staff members.

He regularly attends and presents at meetings locally in Australia and also participates in meetings internationally such as the Endocrine Society Meeting in the USA. He is passionate in teaching and continues to devote his time as a hospital clinical tutor.

Bobby is compassionate, understanding and is dedicated to providing the best possible care for his patients. He is also fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.