Specialist Gynaecological Surgeon
Dr Naman Dahiya
Dr Naman Dahiya
MBBS FRANZCOG MS AdvGynSurg
- Advanced Laparoscopy
- Robotic Surgery
Dr. Naman Dahiya is an approachable, compassionate, and skilled gynaecologist who was drawn to gynaecology because of the diverse and complex cases it brings. He is passionate about this area of medicine as it provides him with an opportunity to make a positive difference by assisting patients navigate through stressful times in their lives.
Naman has a holistic and tailored approach to the management of gynaecological conditions. He is experienced in providing innovative, evidence based medical and surgical treatment options for the management of abnormal/heavy uterine bleeding, fibroids, pelvic pain, endometriosis and pelvic floor disorders. In addition to his clinical practice, he is active in research and education by training junior doctors and fellows.
He has obtained his Fellowship of RANZCOG and completed a prestigious two-year Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy and Surgery Society (AGES) fellowship in advanced laparoscopic surgery and holds the highest level of RANZCOG/AGES accreditation of laparoscopic surgery (level 6).
Naman can provide his patients with a wide array of surgical treatment options such as advanced laparoscopy, robitic-assisted and uro-gynaecological surgery. He is particularly interested in the management of complex endometriosis.
Naman strongly believes that high quality, timely medical care should be provided to all his patients and looks forward to working with you to provide you with the best possible outcomes.
Naman also holds a Staff Specialist appointment at Nepean Public hospital and provides private consultations and performs advanced laparoscopy/robotic surgery at:
Norwest Private Hospital, Bella Vista
Sydney Adventist Hospital, Wahroonga
Nepean Private Hospital, Kingswood
The Person Behind the Doctor
Naman is enthusiastic about maintaining a healthy lifestyle enjoys his time outdoors, from hiking to playing social and competitive tennis and golf. He also enjoys travelling and is passionate about different cuisines and cultures.
- Gynaecology – Pelvic pain, Heavy uterine bleeding, ovarian cysts, Colposcopy ( Pap smear Abnormalities)
Diagnosis, treatment and management of abnormal pap smears
- Endometriosis and pelvic pain: Medical and surgical treatment for endometriosis and infertility/subfertility secondary to endometriosis
- Advanced laparoscopy, minimally invasive and robotic surgery – Hysterectomy (including large uterus), endometriosis excision (including stage IV) and myomectomy (fibroid removal).
- Member of AGES and AAGL
- Member of Sydney West Advanced Pelvic Surgery (SWAPS)
- Clinical instructor at RANZCOG Foundations of Surgery and AGES registrar workshops
- Will be RANZCOG training supervisor from 2023
- Lecturer at University of Sydney from 2022. Previous lecturer at Griffith University and James Cook University.
What do Naman’s qualifications mean?
Masters of Surgery – Advanced Gynaecological Surgery (UWS):
This course included two years further knowledge and research in specific topics of gynaecology, combined with theoretical and practical knowledge of advanced surgical techniques, allowing Naman to be well versed with evidence based management and treatment modalities for his patients whilst embracing future innovations in gynaecology and surgical techniques.
Fellowship in Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery:
Two-year fellowship, focusing on gynaecological advanced laparoscopic surgery, working with renowned surgeons in New South Wales across multiple sites, affiliated with Sydney West Advanced Pelvic Surgery group (SWAPS). This fellowship is accredited with the Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopic Society (AGES). Obtaining a certificate of AGES accredits Naman to perform gynaecological surgery at the highest level (level 6).
Fellowship of Royal Australian College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology:
Six-year specialist training which allows Naman to be qualified to practice as a specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist. Naman did the majority of his training in Queensland, spanning from Townsville, where he worked with renowned laparoscopic, urogynaecology and gynae-oncology surgeons. He then continued his training in Brisbane where he focused his training in fertility treatment and complex endometriosis surgery at Mater Mothers Hospital. After completing his training, Naman moved to New South Wales where he was selected for a coveted AGES laparoscopic fellowship.
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery:
Naman obtained his undergraduate medical degree from Bond University in the Gold Coast.