Amanda is a urological surgeon who cares for general urology patients. She has further subspecialty qualifications in urogenital reconstruction, functional urology and neurourology for both women and men.
Sydney Urological Associates is a well-established and respected urology practice based in Wahroonga providing comprehensive and compassionate care to patients. Prof Henry Woo, Dr Michael Wines, Dr Amanda Chung, and Dr Ahmed Goolam cover a wide range of sub-specialties and consult and operate in a number of locations, offering their patients comprehensive and caring support from initial assessment through to treatment and after care. Located in the grounds of the Sydney Adventist Hospital, we have access to the latest in services, technology, and facilities.
Dr Michael Wines is a fully qualified urologist and a member of Sydney Urological Associates. His areas of particular interest include complex stone disease, endoscopic and laparoscopic urology.
Ahmed is a passionate surgeon striving to provide exceptional and individualised care for all his patients. He is a consultant urological surgeon and specialises in the management of urologic cancers.
Henry Woo is a urological surgeon sub-specialising in Prostate Surgery. He is Professor of Surgery and Discipline of Surgery Head at the Sydney Adventist Hospital Clinical School of the University of Sydney. He is also Director of Uro-Oncology and Professor of Robotic Cancer Surgery at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse.
Meet our Team
Our team of registered nurses and medical secretaries provide invaluable support to our surgeons, from assisting with procedures in rooms and answering patient enquiries to liaison with hospitals and other health professionals to co-ordinate continuing treatment. Clinical trials staff also play an important role in the team as they work with Professor Woo to monitor and advise patients undertaking trial treatments for prostate disease. The Sydney Urological Associates team as a whole is supported by our Practice Manager, Jane who co-ordinates the day to day running of the practice.