Dr Gail Tsang

BHB, MBChB, FRANZCR

Radiation Oncologist

Spoken languages

English, Cantonese, Mandarin

Special clinical interests in breast, prostate brachytherapy, urological, haematological, gastrointestinal, lung and skin cancer, and stereotactic cranial radiosurgery (SRS)

After obtaining the Bachelor of Human Biology, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree, Dr Tsang undertook Radiation Oncology training in both Auckland and Australia. She was awarded Fellowship of Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Radiologists.

She is a member of the RANZCR, TROG, ABG, AGITG, ASBD.

Dr Tsang has a subspecialty interest in prostate brachytherapy, having completed a clinical fellowship in prostate brachytherapy at Sunnybrook Hospital, in Toronto, Canada in 2009. She has treated patients with real time low dose rate brachytherapy and high dose rate prostate brachytherapy at the Wesley Hospital.

Dr Tsang has an interest in breast cancer and oncology research, and was awarded the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation research grant of $50,000 in 2005.

She is a previous chairman of the Research committee at the Wesley practice (previously Premion).

Gail has an interest in teaching, she is Adjunct Professor at Bond University and participates in undergraduate teaching (organised through the Uniting Care Clinical School). She is also involved in teaching Radiation Oncology registrars.

She chairs and organises the Genesis Haematological Oncology MDT at Wesley and Chermside.

Dr Tsang embraces multidisciplinary team meetings to discuss best management for patients through collaboration with different specialties. She actively participates in MDT’s for breast, urological, haematological, lung, gastrointestinal, neurological cancer and palliative care.

Consults at:
Wesley Medical Centre
Chermside
St Vincent’s Private Hospital North Side
Westside Private Hospital