Your endocrine system is a network of glands that makes your hormones and is responsible for almost every cell, organ and function. If your endocrine system isn’t healthy, you may experience a wide range of problems – spanning mood, menopause, metabolism and much more.
Endocrinology is the branch of medicine that manages the endocrine system and any hormonal problems, including diabetes, thyroid, pituitary disease and osteoporosis.
Issues with your endocrine system can arise at any stage of life.
Dr Christina Jang
Dr Christina Jang is an Endocrinologist treating all endocrine conditions. She has special interest in female reproductive endocrinology, menopause and pituitary disease. For her, endocrinology is an area of medicine which presents opportunities to deliver far-reaching benefits to patients.
Dr Kate Haigh
Dr Kate Haigh is an Endocrinologist and assists with the diagnosis and management of endocrine disorders, with a focus on patient education and patient centred care. Her practice includes all areas of endocrinology with special interests in thyroid disorders, osteoporosis, menopause and endocrine disorders of reproduction and pregnancy.
Dr Hannah Farquhar
Dr Hannah Farquhar is an Endocrinologist working with all endocrine disorders and has a particular interest in pregnancy-related endocrine disorders, women’s health, androgen deficiency, thyroid disorders and diabetes mellitus.
How Dr Jang can help
Dr Jang welcomes adults of all ages. Through thorough assessment of your presenting complaint, she confirms a diagnosis and explains the medical condition in detail, along with options for its ongoing management.
With your input, Dr Jang formulates a treatment plan that suits you and will achieve the best possible outcome. As part of this, she explains what you can expect in the future.
Dr Jang supports you through every stage of the management of your treatment plan and makes any adjustments that may be needed over time to suit changes in the health of your endocrine system, or to incorporate the development of new, proven treatments.
As your partner in good health, Dr Jang aims to support you to live a full and rewarding life.
Dr Jang works from the Nicholson Street Specialist Centre, which is co-located with the Greenslopes Private Hospital. Contact us for more information or to book an appointment with Dr Jang.
Suite 7.103, Level 7
Nicholson Street Specialist Centre
83 Nicholson Street, Greenslopes Qld 4120
Phone: 07 3622 6488
More about Dr Christina Jang
Dr Jang achieved her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at Melbourne’s Monash University in 1994. She was awarded her Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) in 2003, and her Doctor of Medicine (MD) from Melbourne University in 2008.
Her experience is very broad. She completed her undergraduate training in endocrinology at Jean Hailes Foundation, Monash Medical Centre and St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne. She worked as a consultant endocrinologist at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne and an honorary lecturer University of Melbourne before moving to Brisbane in 2011.
Aside from working in private practice, other current appointments include Senior Medical Staff in the Department of Endocrinology and Diabetes at the Mater Hospital, Visiting Medical Officer at the Greenslopes Private Hospital, and Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland. She is a current board member of the Australasian Menopause Society.
More about Dr Kate Haigh
Dr Haigh is an Endocrinologist and Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. She completed her Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery (Honours) (MBBS) at the University of Queensland in 2012 and Bachelor of Heath Science majoring in Nutrition (Distinction) at the Queensland University of Technology in 2008.
Dr Haigh’s specialist endocrine and obstetric medicine training took place at Cairns, Gold Coast and Ipswich Hospitals.
As part of the Rhythm Endocrinology and Diabetes team, Dr Haigh educates and empowers her patients, equipping them with the tools required to be involved in managing their endocrine health.
Dr Haigh is a member of the Endocrine Society of Australia, Australian Diabetes Society, Australasian Menopause Society, Endocrine Society (US) and RACP (Royal Australasian College of Physicians). She is also an Associate Lecturer at the University of Queensland.
Dr Haigh grew up in Brisbane and still loves calling the River City home with her husband and two Pugs. Her other passions include hiking, gardening and cooking with homegrown produce.
More about Dr Hannah Farquhar
As an endocrinologist, Dr Hannah Farquhar adopts an evidence-based approach in her assessment of patients and ensures that they are well informed about their condition and its management. Many disorders require long-term monitoring and follow up, and as such she enjoys building strong therapeutic relationships with patients to improve their health outcomes.
She works with all endocrine disorders and has a particular interest in pregnancy-related endocrine disorders, women’s health, androgen deficiency, thyroid disorders and diabetes mellitus.
Dr Farquhar obtained her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at the University of Tasmania and graduated in 2013. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP), and a Member of the Endocrine Society of Australia, Diabetes Society of Australia and Society of Obstetric Medicine of Australia and New Zealand.
She has trained and worked at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Cairns Hospital, and Mater Hospital, Brisbane. She has published articles in international peer-reviewed endocrine and obstetric medical journals, and is an associate lecturer at the University of Queensland.
Dr Farquhar loves being able to combine her scientific interest with caring for patients. She prides herself on keeping up to date with the many exciting developments in endocrinology research and technology to provide the best quality patient care and management. She also values being able to build therapeutic relationships with patients, especially those with chronic diseases.