Dr Saidul Ansary, MBBS, FRACP

Respiratory and Sleep Physician

Dr Ansary has been a consultant Respiratory and Sleep Medicine physician at both The Canberra Hospital and Calvary Hospital since 2012. He began his training here at The Canberra Hospital and Calvary Hospital and subsequently obtained his fellowship at St George Hospital in Sydney. Dr Ansary completed his medical training from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He has trained and worked in Bangladesh, New Zealand, and Australia. He is a Clinical Lecturer at The Australian National University. Dr Ansary is a member of various professional organisations, including The Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand (TSANZ), American Thoracic Society (ATS), European Respiratory Society (ERS), Australasian Sleep Association (ASA) and American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). He has been in private practice as a Respiratory and Sleep disorder specialist since 2012 and has a special interest in chronic cough. In his spare time, Dr Ansary enjoys gardening, fishing, and reading.

 

Dr Carol Huang, BHB MBChB FRACP

Respiratory Sleep and Obesity Physician

Carol has been in specialty practice since 2007.  In 2008 she started The Canberra Hospital Sleep Disorders Service and is currently The Canberra Hospital Respiratory and Sleep Medicine Clinical Director.  She was previously Lead Physician for The Canberra Obesity Management Service and The Canberra Hospital Sleep Medicine.  Carol is APHRA certified in both Respiratory & Sleep Medicine as well as General Internal Medicine.  She has SCOPE certification in medical obesity management and is passionate about delivering excellent care to patients.  Carol is fluent in Mandarin Chinese, as well as English, with research interests in sleep medicine and medical weight management.  In her spare time Carol loves camping and exploring the beautiful Australian Outback.

 

Dr Richard Singer, BHB MBChB FRACP MClinEpid

Renal and Obesity Physician

Richard has been in specialty practice since 2006 and is a Senior Staff Specialist in Renal (Kidney) Medicine at The Canberra Hospital.  He has a long-standing clinical and research interest in nutrition.  Richard led the development of a weight management program at The Canberra Hospital in 2019 that focuses on patients with kidney diseases.  This program has been very successful in helping patients with kidney disease improve their health through holistic, evidence based, weight loss strategies.  He has SCOPE certification in medical obesity management and is excited to now offer holistic care to patients with obesity or kidney disease in the private setting.  In his spare time Richard likes playing football with his son and exploring the Australian Outback.

 

Dr Daniel Wang BMedSci(Hons) MBBS FRACP

Respiratory and Sleep Physician

Dr Wang is a Respiratory and Sleep Medicine physician. He holds a staff specialist appointment at The Canberra Hospital and is also its current Director of Physician Education. He completed his medical degree at the Australian National University and specialty training at Canberra, Prince of Wales and St Vincent’s Hospitals. Dr Wang is passionate about achieving the best medical outcomes for patients through collaboration and shared decision making. He has wide experience in the treatment of both respiratory and sleep disorders and has a research interest in the interaction between airways disease and sleep. He is the respiratory departmental clinical lead for lung cancer at The Canberra Hospital and has expertise in advanced bronchoscopic procedures including endobronchial ultrasound. He is committed to ongoing teaching of medical students, junior doctors and specialty registrars, and oversees the physician training programme at The Canberra Hospital.

 

Dr Anurag Arora MBBS FRACP

Respiratory and General Physician

Dr Arora is a Respiratory and General Physician, currently working as a staff specialist at The Canberra Hospital. He completed his MBBS in India and moved to Australia in 2011. He gained initial residency experience in Launceston Hospital, Tasmania and then moved to Canberra where he pursued most of his basic and advanced physician training. He has gained regional expertise in respiratory medicine with one year of advanced training in Wagga Wagga. Dr Arora holds dual fellowship in General Medicine with Respiratory Medicine. He is passionate about holistic patient care and health literacy. He is proficient in bronchoscopies and EBUS procedures. He has a special interest in sleep medicine and respiratory conditions including chronic airways disease, lung cancer and pulmonary hypertension. He loves spending time with his young kids doing outdoor activities and playing cricket.