Dr Amy Tang is a female Gynaecologist and Certified Gynaecological Oncologist in Brisbane who specialises in the management of both invasive and pre-invasive diseases of the female genital tract. She specialises in the surgical treatment of women with ovarian cancer, cervical cancer, endometrial cancer, vulval cancer, and vaginal cancer, using the latest, evidence-based, clinically-proven techniques to ensure the best outcomes for her patients.
Whenever possible, Dr Amy Tang uses the most up-to-date techniques in laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for her patients. Her patients benefit in having a much shorter recovery time, shorter hospital stay, and a better cosmetic result.Dr Amy Tang is an expert colposcopist in Brisbane with full accreditation by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG). She has extensive experience in colposcopy, and prior to her private practice in Brisbane, she was a gynaecological oncology consultant staff specialist at the Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) Hospital in Sydney, where she was responsible for supervising and teaching junior gynaecologists in performing colposcopy. Dr Tang also currently works part time as a specialist gynaecological oncology consultant at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.
Dr Amy Tang completed her medical degree at The University of Queensland in 1999. In order to broaden her experience during her training years, she has worked in various hospitals in Queensland, as well as major teaching hospitals nationally and internationally, including Sydney, Perth and Hong Kong. In 2007, she was appointed Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong, working in the Gynaecological Oncology Unit of Queen Mary Hospital, where she gained great experience in open, laparoscopic, and robotically assisted Gynaecological Oncology surgery in this busy tertiary referral centre.
She is a sub-specialist Gynaecological Oncologist, certified by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG). She has spoken at various national and international meetings on gynaecological oncology, and has publications in various respected peer-reviewed medical Journals.Dr Amy Tang is also passionate about teaching, and she is a clinical teacher for medical students at The University of Queensland. She is a member of the Australian Society for Gynaecologic Oncologists.Dr Tang also speaks fluent Cantonese and Mandarin.