Dr Harpreet Arora

Harpreet_Arora

Qualifications

MBBS. MD. FRANZCOG


Specialty

Gynaecology


Areas of Interests

  • Laparoscopic surgery for benign gynaecology
  • Prolapse and incontinence( laparoscopic and vaginal)
  • Menstrual abnormalities and Pelvic pain
  • Pelvic mesh complications

Address

Sydney Urodynamic Centre, Suite 25, 47 Neridah street ,Chatswood NSW 2067


Phone

0480279174


Fax

02 9550 3297


Email

receptiondrharpreetarora@gmail.com 

Other practice locations

RPAH Medical Centre, Suite 403/100 Carillon avenue, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Newtown 2042


Appointments

Consultant Gynaecologist  Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
VMO Mater Hospital. Royal North Shore Hospital and Strathfield private Hospital


Bio

Dr Harpreet Kaur Arora is a consultant Gynaecologist and an accredited advanced laparoscopic surgeon, with staff appointment at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. She also has admitting and operating rights at Mater Hospital, North Shore Private Hospital and Strathfield Private Hospital.

She completed her Obstetrics and Gynaecology training from reputed centres in Melbourne and Brisbane. She did a year of advanced training at the Endoscopy unit, Royal Brisbane Women Hospital, and obtained competency in laparoscopic management of benign gynaecological conditions. After attaining her royal college fellowship in 2015, she undertook sub-speciality training in Urogynaecology at various national and international centres of excellence.

She has extensive experience in medical and surgical management of all benign gynaecological conditions such as fibroids, AUB and abnormal cervical cytology. She offers hysteroscopic resection and laparoscopic hysterectomy for fibroids and colposcopy for abnormal cervical cytology at the clinic. She specialises in vaginal and laparoscopic Urogynaecology and pelvic floor repair surgery for managing prolapse and incontinence.

At the clinics she offers consultative services, and has provisions for outpatient investigational and therapeutic procedures (urodynamic studies, posterior tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) etc.).