Associate Professor Bernard Champion
MQ Health Clinical Care Centre Level 3, Suite 302, 2 Technology Place
Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone: 02 9887 8899 Fax: 02 9887 8800 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Bernard Champion is a Sydney-trained Endocrinologist at Macquarie University Hospital. He started life at Macquarie University in Actuarial Studies, where after 5 a year stint he relinquished such lofty ambitions for a return to the more austere environment of the UNSW’s SVH Clinical School followed by residency and basic physician training at Royal North Shore Hospital, before moving on to complete 3 years of Advanced Training in Endocrinology at POW, St George and Westmead Hospitals.
After a 3-year stint as a VMO in Geelong he spent 12 years at Nepean Hospital and Nepean Clinical School with the University of Sydney Medical Program. From 2011-2016 he was Head of Department, Endocrinology & Diabetes at Nepean Hospital. He has held various state and national appointments including the Editorial Panel and Series Editor for Endocrinology Today, expert reviewer for IMJ, MJA & AFP, national FRACP Written Exam Committee member, Chair of the NSW/ACT Central Panel for Endocrine Advanced Training and as well as post graduate qualification in Medical Education and a role as Clinical Studies Coordinator for the entire Sydney Medical Program from 2014-2016.
In late 2016, he commenced as Associate Professor in Medicine at Macquarie University, where he assisted with the successful Stage 2 AMC accreditation process for the Macquarie MD program, as well as commencing inpatient and outpatient practice at Macquarie University. He also maintains a busy private practice at Nepean. In addition to medical education, his clinical and research interests include pituitary, adrenal, and thyroid disease, along with metabolic disease including diabetes and obesity. He runs a dedicated multidisciplinary pituitary& adrenal clinic at Macquarie University catering for public and privately insured patients.