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Compassionate care for women

About Dr Kristen Moloney

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Kristen is a gynaecologist and certified gynaecologic oncologist specialising in the management of benign and cancerous female reproductive disorders.

Kristen is based in Brisbane and has public and private appointments at The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and The Wesley Hospital.

She is passionate about providing holistic and comprehensive care to women, and your wellbeing is Kristen’s top priority. Kristen encourages open communication and fosters an environment where you can freely discuss your concerns. She believes in empowering her patients through education and ensures you remain fully informed throughout every step of your treatment journey.

“Your voice matters. Your choices matter. You matter.”


Brisbane Gynaecologist & Specialist Gynaecologic Oncologist

Kristen offers a wide range of services. Whatever you require, you can depend on Kristen’s expertise and commitment to delivering exceptional care.


  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Menopause management and healthy ageing
  • Vulval dermatology, including vulvoscopy
  • Pelvic masses, such as ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids

Gynaecologic Oncology

  • Diagnosis and management of gynaecological cancers and pre-cancers, including tubal, ovarian, uterine, cervical, vaginal, vulval and gestational trophoblastic disease
  • Cervical screening and colposcopy
  • Familial cancer syndromes and risk reductive strategies


Clinical Excellence, Collaboration, Research and Education (CCoRE) lie at the heart of Kristen’s clinical practice.

These principles are the driving force behind her commitment to exceptional care, knowledge sharing and ensuring the highest quality standards in gynaecology and gynaecologic oncology.



Kristen attained a fellowship from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRANZCOG) in 2018 before achieving certification in Gynaecologic Oncology (CGO) in 2021. Kristen undertook sub-specialty training at The Mercy Hospital for Women in Melbourne, The Hunter New England Centre for Gynaecologic Cancer in New South Wales and The Queensland Centre for Gynaecologic Cancer (The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and The Mater Hospital).

She maintains affiliations with the following organisations:


Conveniently located practices in metropolitan Brisbane

Kristen currently consults privately from rooms at The Wesley Hospital. She also sees patients in the public system via clinics at The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

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The Wesley Hospital

Suite 74 Level 3
Sandford Jackson Building
The Wesley Hospital
30 Chasely St
Auchenflower QLD 4066

T: 07 3088 6981
E: admin@drkristenmoloney.au

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Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

Department of Gynaecologic Oncology
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Level 6
Ned Hanlon Building
Cnr Butterfield St and Bowen Bridge Rd
Herston QLD 4029

T: 07 3088 6981
E: admin@drkristenmoloney.au

Learn more


Your questions, answered

If you have a question, you may find the answer you’re looking for below. If not, please don’t hesitate to contact Kristen’s friendly practice team by calling
(07) 3088 6981.

What do I need to know about my first appointment with Kristen?

All new patients require a referral from either a GP (dated within the last 12 months) or a specialist (dated within the last 3 months). A current referral is required for you to be eligible to receive any applicable Medicare rebates. Please send through your referral letter and any results you may have from your GP at the time of booking. You can do this via fax (07 3740 4713) or email (admin@drkristenmoloney.au).

To make an appointment, you can call Kristen’s rooms during business hours on (07) 3088 6981. If you have a question or would like more information prior to booking, please fill out the enquiry form at the bottom of this page. We aim to reply to all enquiries within the next business day.

A family member or friend can accompany you for your entire visit, or stay in our waiting area during any physical examinations, in line with your personal preferences. We understand that mothers may sometimes need to bring young children with them. However, if your visit includes a planned procedure, we suggest leaving them with a trusted carer.

Please bring the following with you to your first appointment:

  • An in-date referral letter from your GP or specialist
  • Copies of any recent test results, scans, operation reports, etc
  • Your Medicare card
  • Your private health insurance card (if applicable)
  • A list of any current medications
  • A list of any known drug allergies.
What types of problems can a gynaecologist like Kristen help with?

Gynaecologists are doctors who have completed additional training in women’s health and the female reproductive system. In addition to this, Kristen has acquired advanced subspecialty training in the field of gynaecologic oncology. She commonly sees women for one or more of the following reasons:

  • Cervical screening and colposcopy, including treatment of abnormal cervical screening results
  • Management of menopausal symptoms
  • Vulval dermatology, including vulvoscopy
  • Pelvic pain and unusual discharge
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Minimally invasive procedures, such as laparoscopy and hysteroscopy
  • Pelvic masses
  • Diagnosis and management of gynaecologic cancers and pre-cancers, including tubal, ovarian, uterine, cervical, vaginal, vulval and gestational trophoblastic disease
  • Familial cancer syndromes and risk-reduction strategies
Can I attend my consultation if I have my period?

While it would be ideal to schedule your appointment for a time when you don’t expect to have your period, this isn’t always possible! Please do not feel like you need to cancel your appointment, as in most cases, menstrual bleeding will not affect the ability to perform an examination (if one is required). However, if you are scheduled for a colposcopy or an upcoming surgical procedure, it’s best to contact us for more specific advice.

Will my medical records be kept private and confidential?

Absolutely – any personal or medical information collected will be handled in the strictest of confidence, in accordance with Australia’s national privacy laws. In some circumstances, the practice may be required (by law) to share your information with third parties, including your general practitioner, other clinicians involved in your care, Medicare, hospitals, police or courts of law.

What fees can I expect?

Treatment costs vary by item but will be discussed with you in advance, including any potential rebates.

Private health insurance, by legislation, is unable to contribute towards any outpatient treatment where Medicare pays a benefit. This means you won’t be able to claim a rebate from your insurer for any specialist consultation fees, ultrasounds or pathology tests. However, if you need to undergo a procedure as an inpatient in a hospital or day surgery, you may be eligible for private health insurance rebates. You should contact your health insurer for further information about your level of cover.

Consultation fees are payable on the day of your appointment by either EFTPOS or credit card.

What makes Kristen different?

Kristen understands that every woman’s reproductive health journey is unique and nuanced. She provides bespoke and holistic care to each patient, ensuring that you receive a personalised treatment plan tailored to your needs, values and preferences.

Kristen also believes that patient education is of the utmost importance. She provides you with the knowledge and tools to understand your condition and treatment options, so you can be actively involved in any healthcare decisions. This collaborative relationship is facilitated by Kristen’s warm, empathetic and positive communication style, which she brings to each consultation and interaction with you.

I’ve been diagnosed with a gynaecologic cancer. What can I expect?

Kristen recognises that a gynaecologic cancer diagnosis can be emotionally challenging, and she is here to support you every step of the way. Kristen will meet with you, thoroughly evaluate your condition and then develop a personalised treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.

Treatment options may include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted therapy or a combination of these approaches. Kristen will take the time to explain the recommended treatment options and potential side effects and answer any questions you may have. Her goal is to provide you with comprehensive care and ensure your wellbeing throughout your treatment journey.

This question checklist will help you navigate your appointments, guiding you on what information to ask Kristen so that you can make informed choices about your cancer care.

What are the different types of gynaecologic cancers?

Gynaecologic cancers refer to cancers that originate in the female reproductive system, including organs such as:

Although each type of gynaecologic cancer presents unique challenges, Kristen specialises in diagnosing and treating these conditions. She stays up to date with the latest advancements in gynaecologic oncology to provide you with the best possible care.

How do I know if I’m at risk for gynaecologic cancer?

Several factors can contribute to an increased risk of developing gynaecologic cancers. A few examples include a family history of cancer, certain genetic mutations and lifestyle factors such as obesity and smoking. During your consultation, Kristen will assess your risk factors and recommend measures to help you manage your individual risk profile.

What should I do if I experience symptoms that concern me?

If you experience abnormal vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain, abdominal bloating, change in bladder or bowel habits or any other unusual gynaecologic symptoms, we encourage you to seek medical review. These symptoms do not necessarily indicate cancer. However, it’s essential you have a thorough evaluation with a medical practitioner to determine the cause and access appropriate care.

How can I support someone who has been diagnosed with a gynaecologic cancer?

Being present and offering a listening ear can make a significant difference in helping individuals with cancer feel emotionally supported. Give your loved one the freedom to express their fears, concerns and emotions openly and without judgement. Offer words of comfort and reassurance and let them know they are not alone on this journey. Kristen also recommends:

Educating yourself about gynaecologic cancer

Take the time to learn about the specific type of gynaecologic cancer your loved one faces. Understanding the disease, treatment options and potential side effects can help you determine what support they need. It also enables you to have more meaningful conversations with your loved one and assist them in making well-informed decisions.

For more information about gynaecological cancer, refer to the question, ‘What are the different types of gynaecological cancers?’

Offering practical assistance

Managing daily tasks and responsibilities can be overwhelming for someone undergoing cancer treatment. Offer practical help such as cooking meals, running errands, providing transportation to appointments or assisting with household chores.

Respecting their autonomy and choices

Empower your loved one to make decisions regarding their treatment and care. Understand that their choices may differ from what you would choose for yourself. Respect their autonomy and support the decisions they make.

Facilitating a support network

Encourage your loved one to connect with support groups, online communities or counselling services specifically tailored for individuals facing gynaecologic cancer. These communities offer a sense of belonging and provide a platform for sharing experiences and advice. Additionally, consider accompanying your loved one to their medical appointments for moral support and to help them remember important information.

Refer to the ‘Learn more‘ section for a list of support services.

Taking care of yourself

Supporting someone with a gynaecologic cancer can be emotionally challenging. Remember to prioritise your own self-care and wellbeing. Seek support from other friends, family members or professionals to help manage your own emotions and maintain a healthy balance.


Contact our friendly team for queries, appointments or referrals

For existing patients with urgent concerns

If you are experiencing an urgent problem, Kristen requests that you present to your nearest hospital emergency department for assessment. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call triple zero (000) to obtain emergency assistance.

For referrers

Kristen warmly welcomes your referral and is available to discuss clinical questions or urgent referrals via phone:
(07) 3088 6981.

Referrals can be received via:
Medical Objects
E: admin@drkristenmoloney.au
F: (07) 3740 4713

For new patients

If you’re seeking expert and compassionate gynaecologic care, we invite you to schedule a consultation with Kristen. Together, we can navigate your unique healthcare journey and provide you with the support you deserve.

H: Mon-Fri: 9 am to 5 pm (excl. public holidays)
T: (07) 3088 6981
E: admin@drkristenmoloney.au

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