Dr. Flavia Bueno
Sydney Consultant Endocrinologist
BSC, MBBS, MD, FRACP
Dr. Flavia Bueno is a Sydney-based Endocrinologist specialising in
Women's Health including:
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Type 2 diabetes
Adrenal, thyroid and pituitary disorders
WomenEndo's mission is to increase awareness, advocate for, and promote the treatment and care of women's hormone related issues. Our goal is to help women live long and healthy lives.
Women's health is often overlooked and under serviced. Efforts are being made to address these gaps. Increasing awareness, advocating for gender equity in healthcare, promoting education, and encouraging open dialogue can help reduce the under-servicing and silence surrounding women's health, such as menopause, and associated depression.
It is crucial to prioritize research, destigmatize these topics, and ensure comprehensive and compassionate care for women throughout their lives.
Your Women's Health Specialist
Dr Flavia Bueno is an Endocrinologist with over 20 years experience. She is dual-trained, both in Australia and overseas, and enjoys working in all aspects of endocrinology, with a focus on female hormonal issues.
Part of her training was completed at The Women’s Hospital in Melbourne, and she has been a visiting doctor at the female endocrinology department of Karolinska Institute in Sweden. In Australia she has worked in multiple positions, both in the public and private sector. Dr Bueno helped develop the Female Endocrine Clinic at Campbelltown Hospital. She also coordinated the Diabetes Complications Clinic at the Macarthur Clinical School, where she taught medical and allied health students. She worked as a senior lecturer in Endocrinology for some years and remains involved with research in PCOS and obesity.
Currently, Dr Bueno works in her private rooms, and is accredited at the Mater Hospital in North Sydney. She is a passionate advocate for women’s causes and works with the Endocrine Society of Australia to improve education in female hormonal problems, for her colleagues and trainees. She is frequently invited to talk on these topics.