Dr Stephen Tattersall

Tattersall_stephen

Qualifications

MBBS (Hons), BSc, FRACP


Specialty

Gastroenterology


Areas of Interests

  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Bowel cancer
  • Gastro-oesophageal reflux

Address

Northern Gastroenterology
Suite 1, Level 5
North Shore Private Hospital
Westbourne Street
ST LEONARDS NSW 2065


Phone

02 9438 5193


Fax

02 9438 4897


Email

drstattersall@northgastro.com.au


Website

northgastro.com.au

Other practice locations

Hunters Hill Medical Practice, 6 Ryde Road, Hunters Hill  

Sydney Gastrointestinal Specialists, 38 Denistone Road, Eastwood T 9874 1251


Appointments

Mater Hospital, North Shore Private Hospital, Macquarie University Hospital, Royal North Shore Hospital


Bio

Dr Stephen Tattersall is a Sydney trained gastroenterologist providing comprehensive gastroenterology care and endoscopy at at Royal North Shore Hospital, North Shore Private Hospital and Macquarie University Hospital. He has rooms in Eastwood, Hunters Hill and North Shore Private Hospital.  Dr Tattersall’s practice has a philosophy of providing high quality, safe, evidence-based care tailored to the individual needs of patients. The pillars of his practice are:

  • Excellent communication
  • Evidence-based investigations and treatments
  • High-quality and safe endoscopy
  • Modern, state-of-the-art equipment
  • Patient-centered care

Dr Tattersall studied medicine at the University of Sydney and graduated with honours in 2001. He trained as a physician and gastroenterologist at hospitals including Concord, Liverpool and St Vincent’s. After becoming a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians he spent 2 years pursuing his interest in inflammatory bowel disease as a Senior Fellow at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, UK.

Dr Tattersall has published in peer-reviewed medical journals on topics including inflammatory bowel disease, viral hepatitis, chronic pancreatitis, helicobacter pylori and iron deficiency. He has participated in multi-national trials of novel treatments for inflammatory bowel disease. He has pursued his interest in research through a masters degree in clinical epidemiology at the University of Sydney.