Doctor Priscilla Wong is a family GP with a medical practice in Randwick. She graduated from the University of NSW in 2003. After completing her residency at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick, she trained in Northern NSW and South Western Sydney attaining her Fellowship from the Royal College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) in 2009.
Since 2009, she has been practising in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. She has a wide variety of interests and is passionate about maintaining up-to-date, evidence based education which is then carefully personalised for her patients.
Doctor Priscilla completed a Diploma in Child Health 2007, Certificate in Sexual Health and Family Planning 2007, Diploma in Dermatology with Distinction 2010, Certificate in Dermoscopy 2012, a Graduate Certificate in Mental Health with Distinction in 2012 and is a Certified Health Informatician since 2019.
She has been a pregnancy shared care practitioner with the Royal Hospital for Women, Randwick since 2010, an examiner for the FRACGP examinations from 2012-2015, and is a regular UNSW medical student tutor and examiner. She recently became a Fellow of the Australian Society of Lifestyle Medicine (FASLM) and is passionate about exploring the myriad factors involved in optimising individual health and wellbeing.
Doctor Priscilla has completed her Graduate Certificate in Applied Buddhist Studies at Nan Tien Institute, Wollongong and is interested in Buddhist principles including mindfulness and ethics.