Personal Statement & Media

Dr Ong’s statement on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)


“It is a privilege to practise as a surgeon in Australia.

I derive enormous professional satisfaction from serving the surgical needs of the community by working with GPs, Specialists, Allied Health and Nursing to manage the increasingly complex health issues that affect our society today.

I am committed to my patients and hope they in turn appreciate the sacrifices and efforts I make to advance and refine the quality of healthcare for western Sydney and in particular, the Macarthur region”.

Dr Andrew Ong MBChB FRACS
October 2010

Macarthur Cancer Centre at Campbelltown Hospital rated BEST IN NSW 2020 for the 6th year in the row.


Dr Ong is dedicated to deliver quality public healthcare (South West Voice Nov 2017)



Dr Ong contributing to an article on modern breast cancer management in the national pocket guide
KNOW YOUR KNOCKERS
(pages 15 and 16). This wonderful publication provides much needed support to patients diagnosed with breast cancer and is well worth a read.
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Dr Ong is affiliated with Healthscope hospitals

Dr Ong is affiliated with Healthscope hospitals (Campbelltown Private & Liverpool Sydney Southwest Private).


Campbelltown Private Hospital Summer Newsletter 2017 – PDF article on thyroidectomy
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Campbelltown Private Camden-Narellan news article Nov 2019
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Publication by Dr Ong on the Modern Management of Breast Cancer in the year 2020
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Dr Ong is affiliated with Ramsay hospitals

Dr Ong is affiliated with Ramsay hospitals (Strathfield Private Hospital)

Dr Ong’s Strathfield Private Hospital Profile


Dr Ong works in NSW Health as a Breast, Endocrine & General Surgeon.


RACS Practice card profile


Dr Ong is a conjoint lecturer in surgery at WSU

Dr Ong is a senior lecturer in surgery at WSU.


Dr Ong personally performs high-resolution ultrasound scans in his rooms which improves the management of breast & endocrine patients. Surgeon-conducted ultrasounds can display to patients a dynamic and visual representation of their anatomy which enhances doctor-patient communication. The scanner utilised by Dr Ong captures images in high-definition (HD).