Dr Robert Wilson (General Surgeon)
Associate Professor Wilson graduated from the University of NSW Medical School in 1988 with first class honours. He completed resident and basic surgical training at St Vincent’s Hospital and then moved to Prince of Wales hospital to begin the Royal Australian College of Surgeons training program. He completed surgical registrar rotations at Prince Henry, Sutherland, Tamworth, Prince of Wales and Bankstown hospitals and was awarded the FRACS in 1996. He then worked as the Surgical Fellow at Prince of Wales and Bankstown hospitals.
- In 1998-9 Dr Wilson was appointed as the Lister Fellow in Upper GIT surgery at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary in Scotland. He gained expertise in Laparoscopic Upper GIT Surgery, Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery, ERCP and therapeutic endoscopy.
- He was appointed as Consultant Upper Gastrointestinal and General Surgeon to Liverpool Hospital in 1999 and Bankstown Hospital in 2001. He continued his interest in Laparoscopic and Endoscopic Surgery, research and teaching. His other interests include liver surgery for Hepatoma/Colorectal metastases, Upper Gastrointestinal surgical oncology and GORD surgery. He was appointed to the position of Conjoint Associate Professor in the UNSW in 2011.
- Associate Professor Wilson is committed to providing a high quality surgical services
- We are delighted to have Associate Professor Wilson as a member of our Elite surgical team