Therapeutic and general endoscopy, pancreaticobillary disease, Inflammatory bowel disease
Dr Daniel Cheng is a gastroenterologist who is dedicated to delivering holistic and patient focused care in general gastroenterology, therapeutic endoscopy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
He has a subspecialty focus in therapeutic endoscopy, pancreaticobiliary disease and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. He has completed prestigious subspecialty fellowships both locally and Internationally and has substantial experience in managing complex gastroenterology patients. His area of endoscopic expertise include ERCP, EUS, surveillance and management of Barrett’s oesophagus, endoscopic management of large polyps, benign oesophageal stricture dilation and high quality surveillance colonoscopy for the prevention of colorectal cancer.
Dr Daniel Cheng has public appointments at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Osborne Park Hospital. He is a clinical lecturer of medicine at the University of Western Australia. He is multi-lingual and speaks fluent Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien and Malay.
Dr Daniel Cheng completed his Medical degree at the University of Queensland. He completed his gastroenterology training in Brisbane including a fellowship year in Inflammatory Bowel Disease at the Mater Hospital Brisbane. He subsequently moved to Perth to pursue his passion in therapeutic endoscopy. He completed subspecialty training in Interventional Endoscopy at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Vancouver General Hospital/St Paul’s Hospital (Vancouver, Canada).
I enjoy hiking, playing guitar, reading and badminton.