Dr David Rosen graduated from the University of Sydney School of medicine in 1987. He trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at KGV hospital (now RPAH) and then undertook a two year Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology at the Sydney Women’s Endosurgery Centre, a part of the St George Hospital. In 1998 he undertook further training in endoscopic surgery with Professor Chris Sutton in London, specializing in the treatment of severe endometriosis.
Since returning to Australia he established a Private practice specializing in gynaecology as one of only a handful of Australian surgeons trained in advanced laparoscopic surgery. We have clinics in both Kogarah and Bondi Junction, and Macquarie University Hospital as well as regular private operating lists at St George Private, Macquarie University Hospital and St Lukes Private Hospital. Dr Rosen is a Visiting Medical Officer at St George Public Hospital and the Royal Hospital for Women, Randwick, operating regular public outpatient clinics and conducting operating lists at which he supervises the training of Fellows, Registrars and Medical Students in his chosen discipline.
His areas of expertise are;
In addition to these, we see many women for insertion of IUD’s and contraceptive advice, issues surrounding the menopause and pap smear abnormalities / colposcopy