Prof. Felix Chan

Advanced Robotic and Laparoscopic Pelvic Surgeon, Certified Gynaecological Oncologist, and Colposcopist.

Prof Felix Chan has a high level of expertise in the assessment and management of all gynaecological conditions, including gynaecological pre-cancers and cancers. He performs Robotic and minimally invasive (laparoscopic) surgery for benign gynaecological conditions (e.g., endometriosis, ovarian masses), hysteroscopy, colposcopy for management of abnormal cervical screening tests and preinvasive disease, and gynaecological cancer surgery.

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Update | Cyber Security Incident

14 July, 2023

Recently, our practice was impacted by a cyber incident. We would like to thank our patients for their understanding and would like to ensure the protection of your privacy, high-level expertise and medical care are our priority. All patients who have been affected by this incident will be notified in writing.

We have partnered with ID Support NSW to support any of our patients in applying safeguards and ensuring the security of their personal information. You can contact them on 1800 001 040 or speak to our friendly staff for more information.

We thank you for your support and ongoing trust in our practice.

Prof Felix Chan

Robotic Surgery

Using the latest Robotic technology to perform complex gynaecological surgery to reduce surgical time and complications. The technology has greater freedom of movement of wristed-instrument with precision and no added hand tremor. Employing a three dimensional high definition camera, it gives unprecedented clarity to tissues. It is an extension of human hands inside a person’s abdomen without the big incision... Learn More

Laparoscopic Surgery

Using fine surgical instruments through a number of small incisions, complex gynaecological surgery is performed to minimise trauma of surgery. This reduces the duration of hospital stay and incident of wound infection compared to open surgery. Short incisions on skin provides better cosmetic results. Surgery for uterine fibroids, removal of uterus, endometriosis and pelvic mass can be carried out efficiently with safety... Learn More

Prof Chan has extensive experience on standard and complex gynaecological conditions. This includes assessment and treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain. Prof Chan provides patient centred care and individualised care to tailored management of women with different needs... Learn More

Prof Chan is a certified gynaecological oncologist with many years of experience in women with gynaecological cancers. This includes cancer arising from the endometrium, cervix, ovary, vulva, fallopian tube, vagina and the trophoblastic disease of the placenta. Prof Chan practises holistic care and is a member of a multidisciplinary team to optimise patient outcome adherent to evidence-based management guidelines... Learn More

Cervical Screening & Colposcopy

Cervical screening test is the key to the prevention of cervical cancer. Prof Chan has extensive experience in the assessment, treatment and follow-up of women with abnormal cervical screening tests. Using the state of the art technology, precancerous disease is eliminated before it develops into cancers. He is a certified colposcopist and practitioner to use lasers in the treatment for cervical, vaginal, vulval and perianal dysplasia... Learn More

Some of your questions:

Q. What are your opening hours?

Prof Chan’s private room at Westmead opens from 8:30am to 4pm Monday to Thursday; Friday 8:30am to 12 noon. He consults at Westmead, Macquarie University Clinic, Liverpool and Wahroonga rooms for your convenience. Learn more.

Q. How do I make an appointment?

The best way to make an appointment is to phone our staff on (+612) 9635 9655. We will be able to answer your questions and book an appointment that is convenient for you.

Q. Does Prof. Chan do general gynaecology?

Yes, Prof. Chan looks after women with General Gynaecology conditions as well as Gynaecological cancers. In this website, you can see the wide range of service Prof Chan provides. Click here for services

Q. Do I need a referral to see Prof. Chan?

If you are a Medicare card holder and wish to claim the Medicare rebate, you will require a referral from either a GP or specialist to entitle you to claim your Medicare rebate. Your referral needs to be addressed to Prof. Felix Chan. If you are not a Medicare card holder, a letter from your referring doctor will be useful that summaries your clinical problems.

Contact information:

Phone Number: (02) 9635 9655

Business hours:
Monday to Thursday 8:30am to 4pm and Friday 9am to 12 noon

Email: [email protected]

Fax No: (02) 9635 9688

Westmead - Main Office

Suite 32 / 1A Ashley Lane
Westmead, NSW 2145

Consultation Days:
Tuesdays and Thursdays

Other locations:
Macquarie University Clinic, Liverpool and Wahroonga

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