I graduated from Melbourne University Medical School in 1996. After graduation, I spent the next 2 years as a Resident Medical Officer at The Western Hospital before moving to Monash Medical Centre for general surgical training.
In 2001, I taught at Monash University as an Anatomy demonstrator for one year to consolidate a solid background in human anatomy. I then spent another year doing a sentinel node biopsy project in breast cancer with Associate Professor M Henderson at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (now VCCC – Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre).
I started my advanced surgical training in 2004 and developed an intense interest in Breast and Endocrine, embarking on post fellowship training at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide. I then completed a CCPU course in 2009 which enables me to use ultrasound in my rooms to provide real time assessment of breast and thyroid masses. I can also provide fine needle aspiration biopsy if necessary at the time of consultation.
Dr Paul Ah-Tye
Paul Ah-Tye graduated with Honours from Monash University in 1992. He went on to be awarded his Fellowship in General Surgery in 2002. Further advanced training was obtained in Gastro-intestinal Surgery at Monash Medical Centre.
Paul is a well-established General surgeon with considerable expertise in procedures ranging from gallbladder surgery, hernia surgery and more advanced laparoscopic surgery.
Dr Ah-Tye’s particular expertise and experience lies in hernia surgery (both open and laparoscopic) for which further advanced training has been carried out.
Dr Jeremy Khoo
Dr Jeremy Khoo has completed his FRACS in 2018 and worked at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Queensland and then Monash Medical Centre as a post FRACS training fellow in Breast surgery
Dr Jeremy Khoo specialises in oncoplastic breast surgery and prosthetic breast reconstruction. He works in Mulgrave Private Hospital, St John of God Berwick Hospital and Homesglen Private Hospital.