Dr Cuneyt Ada


  • Level 1/6 Ryde Road, Hunters Hill NSW, Australia

We are located upstairs in the specialist centre which is located within Hunters Hill Allied Health. There is free parking on site and elevator access.

  • Place of Birth: Sydney
  • Undergraduate: B Med Sci (Sydney University)
  • Postgraduate: MBBS (Sydney University)
  • Basic Training: Concord Hospital (Sydney University)
  • Advanced Training: Westmead Hospital (Sydney University)
  • PhD: Concord Hospital (Sydney University)
  • Overseas Fellowship: Complex Coronary Intervention - Prof Scott Harding (Wellington, NZ).

  • Expert in complex stenting procedures, challenging cases and chronically occluded vessels.
  • Precise and personalised stent insertion using OCT and IVUS (one of Australia's leading experts).
  • Regularly gives lectures to cardiologists locally and internationally including teaching on complex cases, microvascular dysfunction and intracoronary imaging.
  • Passionate about cardiovascular disease prevention

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Every visit starts with you and your individual health needs.

First, Dr Ada will take the time to listen to your concerns and answer any questions you may have.

Then he'll review your medical history thoroughly and perform an examination to determine the best course of action for your specific situation. Based on this information, Dr. Ada may decide to perform tests, such as an echocardiogram or stress echocardiogram, on-site at our clinic to further assess your health.

Our goal is to provide personalized, high-quality care that is centered around your health needs and concerns.

Your GP refers you

A GP referral to Dr Ada is required for you to claim a rebate from medicare and is important to summarise your medical history as well as allowing your primary care doctor to be the centre of your care.


Call our office

Make a booking to see Dr Ada at a convenient time. If your referral is deemed more urgent by your GP, please mention this to our staff.


Text reminder

A text reminder will be sent the day before your appointment where you can send us a confirmation text in response.


Attend your appointment

On the day of your appointment, you will have a consultation and if necessary, further testing including an echocardiogram and/or a stress echocardiogram.


Fees and rebate

Following your appointment, your fee is payable by cash or card. Cheques are not accepted. If you have a valid referral and a medicare card, we are usually able to process your rebate with medicare so you are rebated immediately.


Avoid repeat appointments

We firmly believe in sorting out your health within one visit to our clinic if possible. However, if follow-up is required, this can be booked immediately after your consult to avoid waitlists.

  • Medicare card
  • Pensioner card or Health care card
  • Referral
  • Medication list
  • Recent blood results
  • If you have been in hospital, please bring your latest discharge summary


Ultrasound images of your heart are taken to assess cardiac function

Stress Testing

Treadmill stress ECG or stress echocardiography is performed on-site.


A 12-lead tracing of your heart rhythm is taken

CT Coronary Angiography

Angiography, angioplasty and stenting

Other cardiac investigations

We are able to organise all* clinically required cardiac investigations including Holter, MIBI, electrophysiology studies, etc.


We are a private billing service. Please call our office for more details.

Pensioner card and health care card holders will be charged at a lower rate.

Will I get a rebate from medicare?

Yes, most patients receive a rebate if you have a valid medicare card.

If you are not able to receive a rebate from medicare, you will be informed prior to your appointment. There are certain terms and conditions which medicare uses, most importantly, having a valid GP referral. 

Can I see Dr Ada without a referral from my GP?

This would not be advised as your GP should be the centre of your management. Also, you will not be eligible for any medicare rebates without a valid referral. 

Does private health insurance cover specialist appointments?

By law, private health insurance does not offer cover for out-of-hospital medical services including: GP visits, consultations with specialists in their rooms or out-of-hospital diagnostic imaging and tests.

Private Hospitals

Dr Ada performs his interventional cardiology procedures at Macquarie University Hospital.

Patients without private health insurance

Dr Ada will organise interventional cardiology procedures at the public hospital without any fees for patients with a valid medicare card.