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About Dr Les Schrieber

Professor Leslie (Les) Schrieber is an Associate Professor in Medicine at the University of Sydney and a Consultant Rheumatologist at Royal North Shore Hospital and North Shore Private Hospital.

He has had a long standing interest in inflammatory rheumatic and connective tissue diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and scleroderma. Les is also committed to medical education of both students and medical graduates. He was recently given the William Osler Award for Medical Education at the Northern Clinical School.

Les is in a transition period of his career. He is now spending more time in private rheumatology consultant practice both in Orange and in Sydney.

Les welcomes the opportunity to join BJC Health in Chatswood and hopes that he can make a significant contribution to its programs.

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