Dr Keith Fay attends to in and outpatients at St Vincent’s Hospital. He has a special interest in malignant haematology and the use of blood and bone marrow cell transplantation as a curative therapy.
Dr Fay teaches medical students in clinical and laboratory haematology as part of Sydney University and the University of New South Wales medical programmes. He holds membership on several medical bodies, including: St Vincent’s Hospital Human Research Ethics Committee; Australasian Leukaemia Lymphoma study group; American Society of Haematology; and the European Haematology Association.
Dr Fay received his medical degree from The University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. He undertook joint physician and pathology training in haematology in Auckland and subsequently worked as a consultant haematologist in Auckland Public Hospital.
Dr Fay moved to Australia to undertake post graduate training in blood and bone marrow stem cell transplantation and remained, working as a consultant staff haematologist at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney.
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