Dr Alina Stoita is a Sydney based gastroenterologist and liver specialist with interests in early diagnosis of gastrointestinal cancers.
She is specialising in problems such as abdominal pain, diarrhoea, constipation, rectal bleeding, heartburn, nausea, swallowing problems, weight loss, and jaundice.
She has a strong interest in irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease and provides a holistic approach to treating gastrointestinal problems.
Dr Stoita graduated from UNSW with honours and trained at St Vincent’s Hospital and Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney and undertook further advanced endoscopy training in UK. She has acquired advanced knowledge and techniques by attending the world renowned Harvard Advanced EUS course, the Johns Hopkins Topics in Gastroenterology and Hepatology and the Amsterdam EUS course.She is a staff specialist at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney.
She has developed and recently received approval for starting the first pancreatic cancer screening program in high risk individuals in Australia and is a strong advocate for bowel cancer screening.
During her consultation she places an emphasis on the patient experience by providing quality service and timely results. She achieves these through using both empathy and cutting edge diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. She consults in St Vincent’s Clinic and Sydney CBD. All results are communicated to you and the GP within 3 days of having procedures.
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