Dr Natalie Kiel

Dr Kiel is an Australian-trained Gastroenterologist. Dr Kiel completed advanced medical training in the field of Gastroenterology at Nambour and Royal Brisbane Hospitals, before completing a year as the Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Functional Gastrointestinal Fellow at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. Post training, Dr Kiel completed a clinical observership at the Royal Melbourne Hospital with a focus on functional gastrointestinal disorders.

Dr Kiel sees patients with all gastrointestinal conditions, but has a special interest in both Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders. She is one of the few Gastroenterologists in Queensland trained in high-resolution oesophageal manometry, a procedure used to investigate patients with swallowing disorders. Dr Kiel also performs 24 hour pH studies, often used in the assessment of patients with difficult-to-treat gastroesophageal reflux disease. Dr Kiel performs upper endoscopy and colonoscopy, and is passionate about providing high-quality procedures for bowel cancer screening.

Dr Kiel remains committed to the provision of exceptional medical care. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians, and is a member of the Gastroenterology Society of Australia, and the Queensland Gastroenterology Society. Dr Kiel is dedicated to ongoing learning and regularly attends both national and international meetings and conferences. Dr Kiel is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Clinical Medicine at The University of Queensland and is actively involved in registrar and medical student teaching.

Special Interests :

  • Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Westside Private Hospital:
Suite 311,
32 Morrow Street
Taringa QLD 4068

Phone: 1800 199 920
Fax: (07) 3607 2490

Dr Graham Radford-Smith

Graham Radford-Smith is a gastroenterologist specializing in the field of Gut Health with a particular focus on Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD), colorectal neoplasia, and non-inflammatory gut disorders. Graham developed the IBD centre at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in 1997. He is Associate Professor within the Faculty of Medicine, University of Queensland.

He is an honorary group leader at the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute where he works with his team in the Gut Health research group, and Associate Professor within the Faculty of Medicine, University of Queensland, Chair of the ANZ IBD consortium of clinicians, and Crohn’s Colitis Cure (a charity supporting research and clinical practice for clients with IBD).

Special Interests :

  • Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
  • Functional Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Colorectal polyps and colorectal cancer
  • Colonoscopy
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Microbiome

Graham embraces a holistic approach to Gut Health, working with clients to optimize their diet, mental health and other lifestyle factors while ensuring that they receive the best care.

Westside Private Hospital:
Suite 311,
32 Morrow Street
Taringa QLD 4068

Phone: (07) 3152 7211
Fax: (07) 3009 0053

Dr Mark Cornwell

Mark Cornwell studied Medicine at the University of Queensland and undertook Physician training at the Royal Prince Alfred and Princess Alexandra Hospitals before completing Gastroenterology training at the Royal Brisbane Hospital.

Mark then practiced in the Northern Rivers of NSW, gaining extensive experience in general Gastroenterology in a regional setting in both public and private practice.

His training in upper GI endoscopy, colonoscopy, ERCP and capsule endoscopy is recognised by the Conjoint Committee and he has completed Colonoscopy Recertification.

Mark is a member of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, GE Society of Australia, European Association for the Study of the Liver and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and has regularly attended national and international scientific meetings as part of his commitment to ongoing medical education.

Mark has participated in the education and training of medical students and doctors and has completed a Colonoscopy Train the Trainers course. He is a member of ANZGITA, a volunteer-based training organisation and has twice volunteered as an endoscopy trainer in Myanmar.

Since 2019 Mark has been a Visiting Medical Officer in Gastroenterology at Ipswich Hospital.

Mark will bring his interest in gastroenterology consultation and high-quality diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy to Gastroenterology Clinics Queensland.

Special Interests :

  • Gastroenterology Consultation
  • Therapeutic endoscopy

Westside Private Hospital:
Suite 311,
32 Morrow Street
Taringa QLD 4068

Phone: 1800 199 920
Fax: (07) 3607 2490

Dr John Wong

Dr Wong is a general gastroenterologist with an interest in high quality colonoscopy and endoscopic mucosal resection of large polyps.

He graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery with honours in 2010. After completing basic physician training in Perth, he went on to advanced training in gastroenterology at Lismore Base Hospital, Port Macquarie Base Hospital, and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in NSW. He then completed a year of advanced training at QEII Jubilee Hospital focussing on high quality colonoscopy, techniques to improve adenoma detection rate, advanced endoscopic techniques for polyp resection, as well as capsule endoscopy.

In 2018 Dr Wong was awarded his fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. Dr Wong is committed in continuing medical education and is an associate lecturer at University of Queensland, and is involved in clinical teaching at QEII. He is able to provide gastroscopy, colonoscopy, capsule endoscopy as well as iron infusions.

He is committed in supporting his patients through their journey and is available for procedure and consulting lists at Westside Private Hospital.

Westside Private Hospital:
Suite 311,
32 Morrow Street
Taringa QLD 4068

Phone: (07) 3833 6701
Fax: (07) 3833 6740

Dr Terrance Tan

Dr Terrence Tan joined us back in 2014 and has become an integral member of the Montserrat Day Hospital team. Terrence has procedure lists and consults from our Westside Private hospital as well as from rooms at Ipswich.

Terrence graduated from the University of NSW in Sydney with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. He then went on to further training in Gastroenterology & Hepatology in Perth, where he explored his interest in patients with chronic hepatobiliary disorders and liver failure, as well as aiding with the teaching of younger physicians. He was awarded a fellowship from the FRACP in 2008 and then completed his doctorate (PhD) at the University of Queensland. Terrence has also been working as a staff specialist at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and is continuing research in his field.

Special Interests :

  • Chronic hepatobiliary disorders
  • Liver disease and issues

Languages: English and Malaysian

For all enquiries and bookings, see contact information below.

Westside Private Hospital:
Suite 311,
32 Morrow Street
Taringa QLD 4068

Phone: (07) 3833 6701
Fax: (07) 3833 6740

Dr Rebecca Ryan

Dr Rebecca Ryan is a General Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist. She is one of two females in our Gastroenterology team, providing a caring female perspective to our patients.

Dr Ryan graduated from Flinders University of South Australia in 1998 and completed her advanced training in Gastroenterology in Adelaide and Brisbane. Her final years of training (including a clinical fellowship year) were at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and Greenslopes Private Hospital.

Dr Ryan worked as a staff specialist at the Princess Alexandra Hospital from 2007 until 2018 when she moved into solely private practice. Dr Ryan joined Montserrat in 2012, and has procedure lists, as well as consults from Westside Private Hospital.

Dr Ryan has access to Westside Private state of the art infusion centre where she provides iron infusion services using Ferinject.

Special Interests :

  • Liver Disease, particularly Hep B and C
  • Ferinject iron infusions
  • Functional Gut Disorders

For all enquiries and bookings, see contact information below.

Westside Private Hospital:
Suite 311,
32 Morrow Street
Taringa QLD 4068

Phone: (07) 3833 6701
Fax: (07) 3833 6740

Dr Neal Martin

Dr Neal Martin is a full time Staff Gastroenterologist at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and also consults at the Westside Private Hospital. He underwent advanced training in gastroenterology and hepatology in Queensland, following which he travelled to London for an IBD Fellowship at the Royal London and St Bartholemew’s hospitals. On his return to Brisbane in 2011, he established the Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Motility Clinic and the IBD Hot Clinic.

Currently Dr Martin is involved in the IBD/Motility Clinic and the Intestinal Failure and IBD Hot Clinics. He is responsible for the IBD inpatients, as well as a weekly inpatient TPN round and also the Home Parenteral Nutrition patients.

He participates in endoscopy and colonoscopy as well as Bowel Screening colonoscopy and capsule endoscopy. Dr Martin is involved in Registrar and Fellow teaching, and participates in the QGEP lecture series with a focus on IBD.

Westside Private Hospital:
Suite 311,
32 Morrow Street
Taringa QLD 4068

Phone: (07) 3833 6701
Fax: (07) 3833 6740

Dr Mark Norrie

Dr Mark Norrie has such an interesting career working across Australia and New Zealand. He started with us at Montserrat Day Hospitals back in 2003 and currently has procedure lists and consults from Westside Private Hospital and regularly visits Longreach and Emerald.

Mark graduated with MBChB in 1988 and has completed a PhD at the University of New South Wales in Molecular Biology, looking at gene methylation in colorectal biology carcinoma. He is trained in all facets of Gastroenterology including training in the provision of small bowel capsule endoscopy. He also continues to practice in the public health system.

With a commitment to pass on his wealth of knowledge in 2010 Mark devoted time as a Senior Lecturer at Griffith University and regularly does trips to provide his services in third-world countries

He maintains an active participation in the Royal College of Physicians Continuing Professional Development programs and on a personal note enjoys running, reading and has a passion for travelling.

Special Interests :

  • Small Bowel Capsule Endoscopy
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Languages: English and French.

For all enquiries and bookings, see contact information below.

Westside Private Hospital:
Suite 311,
32 Morrow Street
Taringa QLD 4068

Phone: (07) 3833 6701
Fax: (07) 3833 6740

Dr Hadi Moattar

Dr Hadi Moattar is a clinical Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist with a special interest in Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Luminal Endoscopy and Polypectomy.

Dr Moattar completed his Medical Degree with distinction in 2004 and since then, he has worked in various hospitals both in the United Kingdom and Queensland. In 2016, he completed his Gastroenterology & Hepatology Fellowship after being trained at the Mater Adult Hospital, The Prince Charles Hospital, Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital and Townsville Hospital.

After completing his general gastroenterology fellowship, Dr Moattar worked as an Inflammatory Bowel Disease Fellow at the foremost IBD Centre – the Fiona Stanley Hospital – in Perth, WA. This helped to expand his experience and skill in the management of complex patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. He uses his clinical and interpersonal skills to optimise patients’ care and quality of life in close collaboration with IBD nurses, dieticians, colorectal surgeons, clinical psychologists and radiologists.

Dr Moattar enjoys teaching students and junior doctors at bedside in small tutorials and lecturing in grand rounds and departmental meetings. He actively participates in quality assurance projects and audits during his career and publishing or presenting the result of these projects in national and international meetings and peer-reviewed journals as well as keeping himself up to date with the latest developments in the field. He personally monitors all IBD patients’ who have been started recently on immunosuppressant to ensure maximum safety and efficacy of these medications.

Special Interests :

  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Luminal endoscopy and polypectomy

Dr Moattar performs Upper Endoscopy, Colonoscopy and Polypectomy along with consultations at Montserrat Hospitals. He accepts both private and open access referrals and can be contacted on the information below for enquiries or bookings.

Westside Private Hospital:
Suite 311,
32 Morrow Street
Taringa QLD 4068

Phone: (07) 3833 6701
Fax: (07) 3833 6740