Dr Luice Wang

BSc (Med) MBBS, MRMed, FRANZCOG

Dr Luice Wang is a Gynaecologist with a special interest in Advanced Gynaecological and Endoscopic pelvic surgery.

Luice graduated from Sydney University in 2000, successfully obtaining her BSc (Med) MBBS. Luice began her Internship in 2001 at the Canberra Hospital in the ACT, before moving to Westmead Hospital in Sydney where she was Resident Medical Office and then General Senior Resident Medical Officer. In 2004 Luice was offered the position of Obstetrics & Gynaecology Registrar at Westmead Hospital, and she completed her additional four years of Registrar training there. In 2008 Luice became an Endoscopy Fellow with Sydney West Advanced Pelvic Surgery Unit (SWAPS). 2009 saw Luice accepting a position as Advanced Gynaecology Endoscopy Fellow at Monash Medical Centre, in Melbourne Victoria.

In 2011 Luice returned to Sydney after successfully securing her role as Visiting Medical Officer in Obstetrics & Gynaecology at both Blacktown Hospital and Nepean Hospitals. At the same time, Luice’s was successful in securing the position of Visiting Medical Office at Nepean Private, Norwest Private, and Macquarie University Hospitals. She also became Clinical Lecturer at the School of Advanced Medicine, Macquarie University. It was also in 2011 that Luice began her own private practice after joining Dr John Pardey in Penrith. It was at that time that the Practice became known as Dr John Pardey & Associates. 2021 will mark ten years of Luice joining the Practice.

On a personal note, Luice lives in the North West of Sydney with her husband, and they are proud parents to two Beautiful young children.

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Dr Luice Wang, Gynaecologist and Pelvic Surgeon

Ongoing commitment to professional development

In 2008 Luice became a Member of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG), and went on to become a fellow of the College in 2010. In 2013 Luice successfully completed her Masters of Reproductive Medicine at the University of New South Wales.

In 2014 Luice was appointed to the position of RANZCOG Integrate Training Program Co-Ordinator, Nepean Hospital, a title which she continued to hold until the end of 2017. In 2018 Luice was appointed to the RAZCOG Board of Examiners, and continues to do so to date.

Luice’s ongoing commitment to continuing education means that several times per month she has Medical Students from The University of New South Wales, join her in her Private Consulting Rooms for “Non Hospital based teaching”.

Mentorship and Training

Luice is regularly invited to Lecture, train, and mentor Medical Students, Residents and Registrars as demonstrated below.

  • 2017 Facilitator/Instructor – AGES Trainee Workshop – Sydney AUS
  • 2016 AGES 2017 ASM – organizing committee
  • 2015 Convenor, RANZCOG Basic Surgical Skills Workshop NSW/ACT – RNSH
  • Facilitator, RANZCOG Basic Surgical Skills Workshop VIC/TAS – RACS, Melbourne
  • 2011 – Presenter Clinical Mentor for Year 4 Students, University of Sydney
  • Clinical Lecturer for Year 4 Students, University of Western Sydney
  • 2010 Clinical Supervisor and Mentor for Year 4 Medical Students, Monash University
  • AGES Meeting (May) – Free Communication Presentation
    Topic: Endometriosis and Mullerian Anomaly
  • Large ovarian cyst in pregnancy
  • Segmental bowel resection in Stage IV endometriosis
  • Lecturer & Tutor RANZCOG Basic Surgical Skills Course
  • Tutor AGES/RANZCOG Laparoscopic Skills Workshop (Melbourne)
  • 2009 Clinical Supervisor and Mentor for Year 4 Medical Students, Monash University
  • AGES Meeting (August) – Free Communication Presentation
    Topic: Are Sutures Required in Vaginal Hysterectomy? A Randomized Control Study
  • Recipient: AGES Travelling Fellowship award 2009
  • AGES Meeting (November) – Free Communication Presentation
    Topic: Tubal Stump ectopic pregnancy
  • Lecturer & Tutor RANZCOG Basic Surgical Skills Course
  • 2007 WOGS Meeting (Nov) – Infertility update
  • WOGS Meeting (Sept) – Registrar Presentation
  • AGES Meeting (May) – Free Communication Presentation
    Topic: Laparoscopic Hysterectomy – Impact of BMI on outcomes
  • O&G Grand Rounds, Westmead Hospital
    Topic: Ovarian Mass in Pregnancy
  • Ovarian Cancer in Pregnancy
  • JMO teaching program, Blacktown Hospital
  • 2006 Medical Grand Rounds, Westmead Hospital
    Topic: Peripartum cardiomyopathy
  • 2005 JMO teaching program, Dubbo Base Hospital
  • 2004 Medical Grand Rounds, Westmead Hospital
  • Topic: Pre-eclampsia in twin donor egg pregnancy

Current Positions

  • Visiting Medical Officer in Gynaecology, Nepean Hospital
  • Visiting Medical Officer in Gynaecology, Nepean Private Hospital
  • Visiting Medical Officer in Gynaecology, Norwest Private Hospital
  • Visiting Medical Officer in Gynaecology, Macquarie University Hospital
  • Clinical Lecturer School of Advanced Medicine, Macquarie University

Memberships and Associations

  • Australian Medical Association
  • Fellow of the Australian Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
  • Member of Australiasian Gynaecological Endoscopy and Surgery Society (AGES)
  • Endoscopy fellow with Sydney West Advanced Pelvic Surgery unit (SWAPS)

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