Based in the central location of Melbourne Street in North Adelaide, Gastroenterology SA is a vibrant and progressive specialist gastroenterological practice aiming to provide the best possible care to patients with disorders of the gastrointestinal system.
We offer a comprehensive service that covers all aspects of gastroenterology and hepatology. Specific areas of interest include the management of inflammatory bowel diseases and chronic liver disease.
Dr James Fon
Dr Fon is a consultant gastroenterologist with the Gastroenterology SA team.
Dr Fon holds a staff specialist position at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He has accreditation to perform gastroscopy and colonoscopy at Calvary Wakefield Hospital, Calvary North Adelaide Hospital, North Eastern Community Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Dr Fon has a particular interest in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). He undertook post fellowship training at the world-renowned IBD unit at New York's prestigious Mt Sinai Hospital. There, he worked alongside world leaders in the treatment of IBD and gained invaluable experience. He currently oversees the IBD Unit at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and is actively involved in research.
Dr Fon graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2002. He completed his gastroenterology training at The Queen Elizabeth and Royal Adelaide hospitals. In 2010, he was awarded his fellowship in gastroenterology from the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
Dr Fon remains passionate about the next generation of doctors. He holds a position as a clinical lecturer at The University of Adelaide.
Dr It Wen (Yvonne) Low
Dr Low is a consultant gastroenterologist with the Gastroenterology SA team.
Dr Low is accredited to perform gastroscopies, colonoscopies and FibroScan and is currently undertaking further training in the latest technique of Capsule Endoscopy. She performs procedures at Calvary North Adelaide Hospital, Calvary Wakefield Hospital and Calvary Central Districts Hospital.
Dr Low has a particular interest and expertise in the management of chronic liver diseases.
Dr Low graduated from the University of Auckland in 2007. She undertook her gastroenterology training at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Royal Adelaide Hospital, and was awarded her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 2015.
Dr Low completed further training at the Royal Darwin Hospital in 2015, where she gained further experience in the management of liver diseases. Dr Low continues to provide her expertise to the Gastroenterology Unit at Royal Darwin Hospital, where she holds a VMO position.
Dr Low is fluent in both English and Chinese, and is happy to consult in Chinese. She is known for her empathetic and professional approach.
Louise Mudge (nee Graham) - BSc (Hons), MND, APD
Louise is a specialist private practising dietitian at Gastroenterology SA. She is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with more than 17 years of clinical experience working in adult teaching hospitals. (more)
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