Dr Stacey O'Shea MBBS (Hons I), FRACP
Located on The Wesley Hospital Campus
Dr Stacey O’Shea is a clinical nephrologist with a broad range of interests within renal medicine.
She completed a medical science degree in 1999 and then went on to complete MBBS in 2003 at University of Queensland, graduating as Valedictorian with First Class Honours. During her training she has had broad exposure to clinical medicine across many hospitals around Australia, and obtained her FRACP in 2013.
Stacey undertook her advanced training in Brisbane at both the Royal Brisbane and Princess Alexandra hospitals, with intensive exposure to transplantation and immune mediated kidney disease. She has published widely in many areas of renal medicine and presented at multiple national meetings. She has special interests in cardio-renal pathophysiology, chronic kidney disease management and renal replacement therapy, acute kidney injury, dysproteinaemias and disorders of complement regulation, anaemia management, iron and erythropoietin therapy. She is currently involved in a research trial for atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome.
Stacey has been heavily involved in teaching, training and education. She was the Australian Advanced Trainee representative for the Special Advisory Committee (SAC) Nephrology, influencing training program, policies and pathways. She was Chief Renal Registrar, responsible for the state-wide education lecture series for nephrology advanced trainees, and organised an annual renal ultrasound course for trainees which will become standard of care. She continues to organise the statewide nephrology education program for all consultants and registrars, known as Kidney Club.
In addition to the Wesley, Dr O’Shea consults at Holy Spirit Hospital and Fresenius Medical Care dialysis unit at Chermside. She looks forward to working in close collaboration with GPs to provide the best care for patients and is happy to provide telephone advice.