Dr Reena Mohan


Dr Reena Mohan is one of the most cheerful and compassionate Obstetrician and Gynaecologist serving Sydney women.

Reena serves both public and private patients at Westmead and Auburn Public, Westmead Private and Norwest Private Hospitals.

Dr Mohan can conduct consultations in English, Hindi and Marathi.

A trusted researcher and lecturer with 18 years’ consulting experience
Dr Mohan’s 18 years of experience has secured her respected positions as a Training Supervisor. Dr Mohan’s research has been published in the Australian Journal of Ultrasound Medicine.

Accredited memberships and highly qualified
Dr Mohan is a member of Australian Gynaecological and Endoscopy Surgery Society (AGES) and the American Associates of Gynaecologic Laparoscopy (AAGL).

Respectful and caring approach
Reena’s commitment to high quality care ensures she offers excellent clinical care that is compassionate and respectful.

No patient will ever feel rushed with Reena. Reena guides patient treatment with patients’ wishes firmly in-mind, taking time to listen and talk through concerns.

Patient care doesn’t stop after hours. All patients who feel they would benefit from guidance outside consultation times, Reena can always be reached on her own mobile phone.

A full range of obstetric services
With Reena’s global and wide-reaching obstetric experience, she has ensured of the good health and positive birthing experience of women facing the full range of pregnancy and birth situations.

Reena cares for expectant mothers with both low and high-risk pregnancies, including women expecting twins, breech deliveries, caesarean sections, vaginal births following previous caesarean sections and congenital disorders.

A full range of gynaecological services
Dr Mohan’s holistic approach to the wellbeing and comfort of her patients is well recognised.

Her clinical experience extends to a broad range of gynaecological services. Reena helps patients diagnose and treat problems such as heavy, painful or irregular periods, ovarian cysts, pelvic pain, pelvic floor disorders like incontinence or prolapse, endometriosis, menopause, hysterectomies, and the insertion and removal of long-acting forms of contraception.

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