Dr Antony Pan




Antony is a Consultant Gastroenterologist with a special interest in colorectal cancer screening and prevention, and inflammatory bowel disease. He has a strong focus on the prevention of colon cancer through early detection and is equally focused on helping people and making a positive contribution to society.

Antony achieved a Bachelor of Human Biology (BHB) in 1997 and a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MB ChB) in 2000, both at the University of Auckland. He holds a range of postgraduate qualifications in endoscopy, gastroscopy and colonoscopy and is a Fellow of the Royal Australia College of Physicians (FRACP).

Commencing in 2000, he trained and worked in major hospitals in New Zealand, Taiwan and Australia in general medicine, gastroenterology and hepatology. This includes three months volunteering as a medical doctor on board Africa Mercy (Mercy Ships) in 2007.

His most recent experience and clinical practice in Brisbane includes appointments to Redcliffe Hospital, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, The Wesley Hospital, North West Private Hospital, and Chermside Day Hospital.

Today, Antony works with the Colonoscopy Clinic team and at The Prince Charles Hospital and Surgical Treatment and Rehabilitation Services (STARS). He is also a Senior Lecturer at The University of Queensland, a role he has held since 2013, he is widely published, and his clinical research contributions are extensive.

He is a member of the Gastroenterological Society of Queensland and the Gastroenterological Society of Australia. Antony is also fluent in Mandarin and Taiwanese.

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