Dr Scott Davison (Gastroenterologist)
- 02 8738 4085
- 02 8738 3094
Dr Scott Davison is an experienced medical specialist with broad experience in general gastroenterology in hospital and community care. His sub-specialist practice is in liver medicine, particularly management of viral hepatitis, metabolism associated fatty liver disease (MAFLD), alcohol related liver harm and liver cancer at Liverpool Hospital. He provides a high quality service in functional bowel conditions, GI cancer screening, inflammatory bowel disease and general gastroenterological conditions.
Scott has strong ties to the Inner West of Sydney, and has lived in the local area for most of his life. He completed his medical degree at the University of Sydney, and later trained at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He has since completed fellowship at Liverpool Hospital, prior to commencing the role of Network Director of Physician Education at Liverpool Hospital. He has has previously been involved in the training and supervision of junior doctors, and has .
Scott has enjoyed working as a high quality, patient focused consultant at Alfred Gastroenterology since March 2016, as has enjoyed working with patients and local practitioners to diagnose and manage a broad range of presentations. His partner and two enthusiastic daughters are his overwhelming non-medical interests. They dream of a campervan romp through remote Australia and revisiting their favourite Asian destinations of Thailand and Vietnam.
- Hospital Affiliations
- Liverpool Hospital
- Affiliated Clinics
- Alfred Gastroenterology
- Affiliated Universities
- University of New South Wales
- Medical Conditions
- Liver disease diagnosis and management
- Hepatocellular Carcinoma diagnosis and management
- Viral Hepatitis
- Medical Interventions
- Gastroscopy and colonoscopy, Diagnostic and Therapeutic
- Colorectal Cancer Screening
- Populations Treated
- Adult and adolescent
- Colonoscopy & Gastroscopy
- Autoimmune Liver Disease
- Diseases of the liver, in particular fatty liver disease.
- Hepatitis B and C; liver damage