Camden & Campbelltown Hospitals
Department of Medicine

General Medicine & MAU

There are three General Medicine teams at Campbelltown Hospital.

Team A consists of:

  • Prof. Annemarie Hennessy (Professorial Medicine & Renal)
  • Dr Satoshi Akima (Professorial Medicine & Renal)
  • Prof. Kevin Pile (Professorial Medicine & Rheumatology)  
  • Prof. David Simmons (Professorial Medicine & Endocrinology) 
  • Dr Carlos El-Haddad (Professorial Medicine & Rheumatology)

Team B consists of:

  • Dr Anthony Frankel (Professorial Medicine & Respiratory)
  • Dr Garry Helprin (Professorial Medicine & Cardiology)
  • Dr Karuna Keat (Professorial Medicine & Immunology)


The Professorial Medicine teams alternate in patient admission through the Emergency Department of acutely unwell medical patients. The Professorial Medicine teams also admit and care for patients from their individual outpatient clinics.

Medical Assessment Unit (MAU)

The Medical Assessment Unit (MAU) is a general medical unit designed to provide proactive specialist medical and multidisciplinary care over a 48 hour period. Patients who require a longer period of care are transferred to other medical wards within Campbelltown Hospital.
The Medical Director of the MAU is Dr Dev Verick FRACP. Dr Verick is also a Conjoint Lecturer at the University of Western Sydney.


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