Dr James Allan is an extensively trained and experienced Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with special interests in craniofacial surgery, facial aesthetic surgery, hand surgery and breast reconstruction.
James worked as a Specialist at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney and now works at the Mater Hospital in Brisbane. He is a dedicated, warm and highly skilled surgeon who ensures his patients receive the best possible standard of care.
James is a Fellow of The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a Member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons. After obtaining his medical degree at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in the United Kingdom, James relocated to Australia where he completed his specialist training at major teaching hospitals in Sydney. James has also completed a Fellowship in Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney.
MBBS – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
FRACS (Plast) – Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. This qualification is awarded only to specialist surgeons who have completed a minimum of 12 years of medical and surgical education, including at least five years of rigorous postgraduate training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr Allan undertook his postgraduate training at major teaching hospitals in Sydney NSW.
Fellowship in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery - St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney
Fellowship in Adult Craniofacial Surgery - Mater Hospital, Brisbane
Dr Allan specialises in providing the following procedures:
- Breast reconstruction - Breast surgery, including cosmetic procedures - Cosmetic surgery for the face and body - Craniofacial surgery and trauma - Hand surgery - Skin cancer surgery
AHPRA registration: Dr James Michael Allan No. MED0001204818 Specialist Plastic Surgery - First Registration: 25/09/2007
Suite 2.02 550 Stanley St Mater Private Clinic South Brisbane QLD 4101
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