Schedule: Monday to Thursday 9am - 4pm and 9am - 2pm on Friday

151 Belmore Road Randwick NSW 2031

Dr Tuly Rosenfeld Geriatrician

Adjunct Professor (UTS) Tuly Rosenfeld

Specialist Geriatrician

For Appointments:

Call: 9011 6020

Associate Professor Tuly Rosenfeld is an accomplished clinician with over 30 years of experience in geriatric medicine and aged care rehabilitation.

He graduated from the University of Sydney in 1978 and obtained the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 1984 in Specialty Geriatric Medicine.

Professor Rosenfeld is passionate about providing the best possible clinical services for older people and his focus is on connecting services and providing information and support to families and carers. He will communicate and work with your GP.

Adjunct Assoc Professor University of Notre Dame, Sydney; Adjunct Professor, University of Technology, Sydney.

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Dr. Simon Chalkley

Dr Simon Chalkley

Specialist Geriatrician

For Appointments:

Call: 9011 6020

Dr Simon Chalkley is a practising specialist physician with qualifications in both Geriatric Medicine and Endocrinology.

He is a conjoint senior lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of New South Wales.

Simon completed his PhD in Medicine at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in 2003. Dr Chalkley works as a geriatrician and endocrinologist in private practice.

He is a member of the RACP, the Australasian Society of Geriatric Medicine, the Australian Association of Gerontology, the Australian Diabetes Society and the Endocrine Society of Australia.

Dr. Mark Hohenberg

Dr Mark Hohenberg

Specialist Geriatrician

For Appointments:

Call: 9011 6020

Mark Hohenberg is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians and an experienced geriatrician with expertise in guiding older persons and families through the complexity of managing both health and maintaining independence as we age.

Mark trained at the Royal Free and University College London and moved to Australia in 2008 where he completed his specialist training across Sydney’s best public hospitals. Whilst Mark has led clinical trials in dementia therapeutics, he also has interests in malnutrition, falls and frailty. Mark’s overall aim is to support patients and families not just to improve health but also to maintain it long into their future, supporting independence and improving quality of life.

Mark also has a background in research through collaboration with a large team at Western Sydney University, Education as a former Clinical Dean at Western Sydney University and in governance of healthcare and aged care organisations ranging from aged care facilities to international companies within the healthcare, technology and digital health industries.

Mark will be consulting at Randwick Specialist Centre on a Friday.