Dr Juman Farjo is a Gynaecologist, Laparoscopic surgeon and Ultrasound specialist in Sydney with over a decade of experience.

Dr Farjo completed her specialist Obstetrics and Gynaecology training at Liverpool Hospital and the Royal Hospital for Women. There in Randwick she took the role of registrar, Senior Registrar, then completed fellowship training in Medical Imaging/Ultrasound and Advanced Gynaecological and Endoscopic Surgery. She completed her Diploma in Diagnostic ultrasound in 2010.

After concluding her fellowship, Dr Farjo joined the Women’s Health and Research Institute of Australia, where she spent more than three years working alongside Professor Thierry Vancaillie. This experience greatly advanced her Endoscopic surgical skills, as well as providing much knowledge and experience in the management of Chronic Pelvic Pain and a variety of complex Gynaecological conditions – in particular the management of Asherman’s syndrome, both surgically and during pregnancy.

She is currently a Staff Specialist at the Royal Hospital for Women, both as a Gynaecologist and an Ultrasound specialist. She is also a Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) at Prince of Wales Private Hospital.

Dr Farjo is greatly involved with the teaching and training of the Resident medical officers, registrars and fellows at the Royal Hospital for Women, as a training supervisor of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology training program.

Her holistic approach to treatment has left her comfortable with non-surgical and surgical approaches, collaborating with other specialists and Allied care professionals to offer the best possible treatment and solution for every situation.

Dr Farjo speaks fluent Arabic.

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