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Dr Fei Wen Chen

02 9697 3951 Kogarah, Alexandria
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about Dr Fei Wen Chen

Dr Chen is a gastroenterologist & hepatologist with special interest in managing patients with liver diseases of various aetiology as well as bowel cancer surveillance, irritable bowel syndrome & general gastroenterology.
Dr Chen performs endoscopic procedures in several hospitals for surveillance & management of gastrointestinal conditions.
Dr Chen consults in English, Indonesian & Mandarin

Hospitals Practicing At: St George Public Hospital, St George Private Hospital, Hurstville Private Hospital

She graduated from the University of Sydney Medical School and underwent her training at several tertiary hospitals in Sydney including St George Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital where she did her liver transplant training. She then completed her PhD at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research, studying the pathogenesis of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in lean individuals. Her study pioneered our understanding in this area with a landmark paper published in the high impact journal, Hepatology, which has been highly cited. She currently works at the St George Public Hospital, servicing the liver clinic as well as general gastroenterology on-call.

Additional languages spoken: Indonesian, Malay, Chinese & Mandarin


Special Interests:

  • General hepatology
  • Viral hepatitis
  • Fatty liver disease
  • Bowel cancer surveillance
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • General gastroenterology


BSc (MED), MBBS (Hons), FRACP, PhD

contact Dr Fei Wen Chen

02 9697 3951

02 8583 3382

Ste 503, Lvl 5, St George Private Specialists Stes, 131 Princes Hwy, Kogarah NSW 2217

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