Dr Tom Gleeson

BA MBBS FRACP

CONSULTANT PHYSICIAN - CLINICAL HAEMATOLOGIST

central west & WESTERN Nsw

DR TOM GLEESOn

Tom is a Clinical Haematologist, living and practising in central-west and western New South Wales.


He grew up in Sydney, initially completing a Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) at the University of Sydney, majoring in Latin with minor studies in Ancient Greek and Classical Literature. He completed his MBBS at the ANU Medical School in 2011.


Medical training was completed at Orange Base Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital, Wollongong Hospital, Canberra Hospital and Nepean Hospital. He received his Fellowship (FRACP) in Clinical Haematology in early 2023.


He is married with two young sons. He enjoys gardening with native Australian plants, trail running and bush walking.



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associations

Dr Gleeson is a member of the following associations and professional bodies:


  • Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians


  • Haematology Society of Australia & New Zealand (HSANZ)


  • Thrombosis & Haemostasis Society of Australia & New Zealand (THANZ)


  • Haematology in Obstetrics & Women’s Health Collaborative


  • Council of Rural Doctors - Australian Medical Association

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REFERRALS

Dr Gleeson has a special interest in multiple myeloma, as well as myeloproliferative neoplasms and provides an obstetric haematology service to women at Dubbo Base Hospital.


In his public clinics, Dr Gleeson accepts referrals for all haematologic conditions except inherited bleeding conditions (e.g. haemophilia) and does not see patients under sixteen years of age who instead can be discussed with the on-call haematologist at Westmead Children’s Hospital in Sydney.


Some conditions, eg high-grade haematologic malignancies or certain bleeding disorders, are best treated in larger hospitals with access to multidisciplinary teams.

PUBLIC clinics

Dr Gleeson has an appointment as a Clinical Haematologist at Dubbo Base Hospital and Mudgee Hospital. In addition, he provides remote outreach clinics & telehealth consultations to many of the small rural towns across the district. These are his public clinics through which Medicare-eligible patients are seen with no out-of-pocket fees.

Public clinics:

Dubbo Base Hospital (MON-WED)

Mudgee Hospital (fornightly TUES)

Coonabarabran Hospital (WED every three months)

Walgett Hospital (THURS every three months)

Bourke District Hospital (THURS every three months)


Telehealth:

Wellington, Dunedoo, Mudgee, Coolah, Coonabarabran, Baradine, Gilgandra, Gulargambone, Coonamble, Walgett, Collarenebri, Lightning Ridge, Brewarrina, Bourke, Cobar, Nyngan, Warren, Trangie, Tottenham, Narromine, Peak Hill


REMOTE outreach clinics

Dates for the next outreach clinics are as follows:


2024 clinics:

  • Bourke - THURS 23rd May
  • Cobar - THURS 20th June
  • Walgett - THURS 25th July
  • Coonabarabran - WED 7th August
  • Bourke - THURS 19th September
  • Walgett - tbc
  • Coonabarabran - tbc


Please note the outreach clinic at Cobar District Hospital has been taken up by Dr Jun Lim.


All referrals via Western Cancer Centre Dubbo.

These are bulk-billed public clinics.


Contact details here

WAITING TIMES

Referrals are triaged and consultations allocated according to clinical level of urgency.


Category A - review within 1-2 weeks

Category B - review within 2-6 weeks

Category C - review within 6-12 weeks

Waiting list - review >12 weeks


Dr Gleeson endeavours to see patients as soon as possible, as close to home as possible. Whilst urgent cases such as acute leukaemia and obstetric emergencies will be seen the same or next day, clinically non-urgent cases can expect a waiting time of 6-12 months at present. If your clinical condition changes whilst on the waiting list, please ask your referring GP to phone the haematology clinic to discuss whether an earlier review may be possible.

Initial consultations: 20-40mins

Review consultations: 15mins

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contact

All correspondence please:


Western Cancer Centre - Dubbo Base Hospital

PO Box 739

Dubbo NSW 2830


ph: (02) 6809 6200

fax:(02) 6809 7279


NSW Cancer Institute Canrefer website


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