Dr Jeremy Hoang is a dual trained Nuclear Medicine physician and Endocrinologist with current appointments at Royal North Shore Hospital, Hornsby Hospital and Sydney Adventist Hospital.
Jeremy graduated from the University of Sydney and completed his residency at St George Hospital. Jeremy then undertook specialty training at the Canberra Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital and Westmead Hospital. He obtained his Diploma of Diagnostic Ultrasound during his time at Westmead Hospital.
Jeremy has a strong interest in Nuclear Medicine imaging and therapeutic modalities in endocrine disorders, particularly thyroid and neuroendocrine cancer. For his research work in the role and impact of Gallium-68 Dotatate PET in the management of neuroendocrine disease, he received the ANZSNM Registrar Research Award and ESA Bryan Hudson Clinical Endocrinology Award. Jeremy is a member of the Endocrine Cancer MDT at Royal North Shore Hospital.
Jeremy is an examiner for the RACP clinical examinations. He has extensive teaching experience with both undergraduates and physician trainees. Jeremy currently maintains a commitment to teaching at the University of Sydney Medical School at the Sydney Adventist Hospital and Northern Clinical Schools.