Dr Stephen Edmund Donoghue is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. He trained at the University of New South Wales and holds a Bachelor of Science (Medicine), Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
Following completion of his internship and residency Dr Donoghue completed 2 years of specialty training with the Royal Australian College of Physicians prior to undertaking his Dermatology specialist training.
Dr Donoghue has a wide range of experience after practicing dermatology at many major teaching hospitals including the Skin and Cancer Foundation, St Vincent’s Hospital, Concord Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital and the Sydney Children’s Hospital. Dr Donoghue has also practiced at a number of rural and regional locations including Bourke, Brewarrina, Coffs Harbour, Wyong, Kiama, Nowra and Wollongong.
Dr Donoghue is a published author in peer-reviewed journals and has presented at the national Australasian annual dermatology meetings. He has been involved in medical education through the regular teaching of junior doctors and medical students and has conducted surgical skills teaching workshops for medical students at the University of New South Wales.
Dr Donoghue also has an interest in international health and has completed volunteer medical work in East Timor. Outside of medicine he is a keen musician and has been a member of various classical ensembles and orchestras in the past.
Dr Donoghue is highly skilled in both medical and surgical dermatology with special interests in skin cancer management, acne, paediatric dermatology and cutaneous lymphoma.
Dermatologists providing consultative and procedural services at Eastern Suburbs Dermatology are all Fellows of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
Practising individual dermatologists at Eastern Suburbs Dermatology have sub-specialisation interests in paediatric dermatology, surgical dermatology, and women’s and cosmetic dermatology.