Dr Alice Truong


Alice obtained her medical degree at the University of Melbourne, and completed her specialist training at the Mercy Hospital for Women, a tertiary obstetric and gynaecology centre in Melbourne. She completed her advanced fellowship training with a focus on high risk obstetrics and ultrasound through the Maternal Fetal Medicine Unit at Sunshine Hospital, and the Royal Women's Hospital, and minimally invasive gynaecology surgery at Epworth Freemasons Hospital in East Melbourne. She is a current member of the Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy & Surgery Society. 


During her training, she completed a Masters of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and recently completed a Masters of Reproductive Medicine with a focus on fertility, PCOS and management of menopause. She has a particular interest in cervical dysplasia and global health and was able to combine these two interests when she was involved in the PICCSI Project (Pacific Island Cervical Cancer Screening Initiative).  She has been lucky enough to have worked in Fiji, Samoa and the Solomon Islands. 


Being a recent mother herself, Alice understands that pregnancy can be both an exciting and overwhelming experience. She prides herself on supporting women through their pregnancy and childbirth journey and listening to her patient's individual concerns. She will always work with her patients to ensure the best possible outcome tailored to their specific needs. She speaks Cantonese and can understand Mandarin and Vietnamese.


In her free time, Alice enjoys singing, Melbourne's amazing restaurants and exploring the great outdoors with her friends and family.