|Work hours||Add information|
Specialist Plastic Cosmetic & Reconstructive in Perth
Connect with Rohan
Rohan completed medical training at the University of Western Australia in 1993, graduating with degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
After a further 10 years of post graduate training through Royal Perth Hospital, Sir Charles Gairdiner Hospital, and Princess Margaret Hospital – including 5 years of comprehensive specialist training in all aspects of Adult and Paediatric Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and meeting stringent examination and training requirements of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons, Rohan obtained the qualification of Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons (FRACS, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery) in 2003.
Soon after he was selected to work as a Fellow in Plastic Surgery at the prestigious Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, UK, where he developed his surgical knowledge and techniques along side world leaders in Hand surgery, Craniofacial Surgery, Ear Reconstruction Surgery, and Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery.
In 2004 he was appointed as a Clinical Instructor in Plastic Surgery at Stanford University Hospital in California, USA. In addition to providing high quality surgical care to patients as a Plastic Surgeon working in an internationally renowned centre of excellence, he was actively involved in training junior surgeons and publishing research papers.
Rohan returned to work in private practice at the Western Australian Plastic Surgery Centre since its inception. He is a fully accredited Consultant Plastic Surgeon at St John of God Hospital in Subiaco, Murdoch, Wembley and The Mount Hospital.
Rohan also holds positions as a consultant plastic surgeon at Princess Margaret Hospital and Sir Charles Gairdiner Hospital. He is an Associate Clinical Instructor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Western Australia and is regularly involved in undergraduate and postgraduate surgical training.
Rohan has published articles in The Australian and New Zealand Journal