Dr Cecily Forsyth graduated in medicine from the University of Sydney, and after completing her training in haematology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, she moved to the Central Coast of NSW to set-up practice as a clinical haematologist in 1996. She was appointed to the Central Coast Local Health District as a VMO Haematologist at Wyong Hospital in 1999.
She provides holistic and comprehensive care to patients with a wide range of haematological disorders.
She has a passion for myeloproliferative neoplasms
(MPN) and has contributed to several national
and international research collaborations in myeloproliferative neoplasms. She is a member of the MPN subcommittee for the ALLG and an advisor to the MPN Alliance Australia.
She has over 45 publications in peer-reviewed journals, many of which are MPN-related. She has an interest in the use of integrative medicine to improve symptoms and quality-of-life for patients living with MPNs.
Her other medical passions include teaching and training of medical students, junior doctors and nursing staff, and improving access to clinical trials for patients living in regional centres.