Wendy Hee is an AHPRA registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner, trained at the University of Technology (UTS), Sydney. Wendy’s clinical experience includes the Chinese Medicine Clinic at the UTS (one of Australia’s busiest) clinics, and internships at the Sydney Survivorship Centre at Concord Repatriation Hospital‘s Cancer Care Centre and the Sichuan People’s Provincial Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital in the Acupuncture, Cardiology, Dermatology, Diabetes, Digestion, ENT (Ear, Nose, Throat), Gynaecology, Oncology, Prevention Centre and Tuina (massage) departments in Chengdu, China.
Wendy is the first Acupuncturist on the North Coast Cancer Institute Complementary Therapists List at Port Macquarie Base Hospital.
Wendy worked for the Leicestershire and Sheffield Health Authorities in the UK managing health promotion projects. Whilst working for East Midlands Shape, with Survivor’s Poetry, she co-organised England’s first regional Arts in Mental Health Forum bringing together musicians, poets, dance and visual artists in 1997.
Wendy lives in Wauchope with her partner Dr Stephen Healy, honorary senior lecturer in the School of Environmental Humanities at the University of New South Wales. We are members of the Wauchope Community Arts Council, Hastings Landcare, RFS, Microbusiness Forum, Wauchope Chamber of Commerce and Voices for Lyne. Say hello when you see us on our river walks, wave or honk when you see us on our tandem rides or join us at weekly Tai Chi practices in Wauchope.
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