Dr Leticia Deveza is a rheumatologist and Fellow of the RACP. She also holds a position as a lecturer and post doctoral fellow at the University of Sydney. She completed her PhD in 2019 and continues actively engaged in research and teaching of medical students. Dr Deveza acquired valuable experience as a rheumatology fellow at the RNSH from 2015 to 2018 before starting private practice. She is currently a rheumatology consultant at the North Sydney Sports Medicine Centre and Mt Wilga Private Hospital. As a clinician, she has experience in diagnosing and managing auto-immune and non-auto-immune conditions affecting the joints and musculoskeletal system. Dr Deveza regularly attends national and international rheumatology conferences to stay up to date with the latest treatments available. She combines evidence-based medicine with individually tailored management plans for her patients.

Leticia Deveza

Dr Leticia Deveza is a rheumatologist and Fellow of the RACP. She also holds a position as a lecturer and post doctoral fellow at the University of Sydney. She completed her PhD in 2019 and continues actively engaged in research and teaching of medical students. Dr Deveza acquired valuable experience as a rheumatology fellow at the RNSH from 2015 to 2018 before starting private practice. She is currently a rheumatology consultant at the North Sydney Sports Medicine Centre and Mt Wilga Private Hospital. As a clinician, she has experience in diagnosing and managing auto-immune and non-auto-immune conditions affecting the joints and musculoskeletal system. Dr Deveza regularly attends national and international rheumatology conferences to stay up to date with the latest treatments available. She combines evidence-based medicine with individually tailored management plans for her patients.

COVID-19 information

We remain open for business as usual, and continuing to monitor the Covid 19 pandemic to ensure the safety of your our staff and patients.

We have made the following changes to our COVID-19 safety protocols.

We ask that if you plan to attend the clinic, that you wear a mask.

As of (24/7/20), this is the advice from the NSW Government.
Our reception staff are protected behind Shields and therefore do not need to wear mask, but our doctors will wear a mask during the consultation.
Please do not attend the clinic if you have any symptoms such as cough, fever or sore throat.
Please try to attend the clinic alone if possible, but it is necessary for a family member to join you for the consultation please bring one family member only.