Dr Gary Sykes MB BS FRCOG FRANZCOG, is the provider of obstetric care in this practice. Dr Sykes is a fully accredited specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.
Dr Sykes graduated from the University of Sydney. Dr Sykes did his initial postgraduate training was in Sydney at Concord Hospital, then the Children’s Hospital and then at the Women’s Hospital. He completed his specialist training in the United Kingdom, initially at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff and then at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. He was Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Oxford and Senior Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. In Oxford, he had considerable exceptional training and experience in managing difficult high-risk pregnancies, diabetes in pregnancy and intrapartum (in labour) asphyxia (foetal distress). These have remained an obstetric management focus since he has returned to Australia.
After returning to Australia Dr Sykes commenced his private practice as an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist specialist doctor.
He now has his consulting rooms in Norwest. Norwest is in Baulkham Hills which is the next to Castle Hill. He has admitting rights to Norwest Private Hospital, Bella Vista and the Sydney Adventist Hospital (the San), Wahroonga.
Dr Sykes and his wife Robyn have three children, Matthew (who is married to Tanya and they have four children Ameka, Ethan, Jasper and Caleb), Amanda (who is married to Stewart and they have four children Jesse, Toby, Darby and Abby) and Emily (who is married to Jeremy and they have a new baby Hudson).
Dr Sykes is committed to his family, his Christian faith, his community and to helping others.
Dr Sykes is committed to providing excellence in all aspects of patient care. He endeavours to do this with consideration of each patient’s desire to feel comfortable, understood and also to receive personalised, individual, expert attention.
Family photo (including Robyn’s Mum sitting) taken on a family holiday in May 2018
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