MQ Health - Macquarie University

Kidney and Hypertension Clinic

Our doctors

Dr Mona Razavian

Nephrologist

Subspecialties: Chronic kidney disease, hypertension, glomerulonephritis and kidney stones

Dr Mona Razavian is an experienced nephrologist with a special interest in the early detection of chronic kidney disease.

Dr Razavian graduated from her medical degree at the University of Sydney in 2000. She undertook her specialist training in nephrology at Concord and Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) hospitals in Sydney.

After completing research at The George Institute for Global Health into cardiovascular health in chronic kidney disease patients, Dr Razavian became particularly interested in early detection of the disease, and preventative measures to slow its progress and effects. Her other areas of clinical expertise include hypertension (high blood pressure), glomerulonephritis, kidney stones and dialysis.

Dr Razavian is a visiting consultant nephrologist at Macquarie University Hospital and sees outpatients at our clinic. She is also a staff specialist nephrologist at Concord Hospital and a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians.

Dr Razavian can admit patients to both Macquarie University Hospital and Concord Hospital if needed, and continues her affiliation with the RPA. This means patients who need dialysis or transplant can receive care conveniently and with greater continuity.

Additional languages spoken: Farsi

Dr Amanda Ying Wang

Nephrologist

Subspecialties: Acute kidney injuries, chronic kidney disease, hypertension and dialysis

Consultant nephrologist Dr Amanda Wang is extensively involved in research into acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease, hypertension and dialysis.

Her work includes several clinical trials within the field of kidney health as a fellow of The Heart Foundation.

Dr Wang brings the latest treatments and evidence-based knowledge to patients with acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease, hypertension, diabetic kidney disease and glomerular disease, and patients needing dialysis.

After graduating from medicine in 1995, Dr Wang completed her specialist training at RPA and Concord hospitals.

She has a PhD from the University of Sydney and completed her postdoctoral fellowship in nephrology at The George Institute for Global Health in Sydney. As well as seeing patients at MQ Health she is a staff specialist nephrologist at Royal North Shore Hospital and a visiting medical officer at Ryde Hospital, Northern Beaches Hospital, Concord Hospital and Sydney Adventist Hospital.

Her other passion is training the next generation of doctors. She is a senior clinical lecturer at Macquarie University, the University of Sydney and University of New South Wales.

Additional languages spoken: Chinese (Mandarin)