New South Wales

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Find a surgeon

The Find a Surgeon directory is a listing of active Fellows of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons who meet the requirements of the College's Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program and have opted to be on the list. This list excludes retired or inactive Fellows.

 

Events
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Mortality audit 
Workforce 
Frequently asked questions 
Contact

Upcoming Meetings

2017 NSW Regional Committee meetings (Tuesdays)

14 February
4 April
6 June
1 August
3 October
5 December

2017 NSW Executive Committee meetings (Mondays)

27 February
27 March
24 April
29 May
26 June
31 July
28 August
25 September
30 October
13 November


Events

Surgical Science Intensive Course (SSIC) 2017

When: 16 - 28 January 2017

Where: Western Sydney University, Campbelltown Campus, New South Wales

Cost: 2017 course cost is $4,500 per person.

The Surgical Science Intensive Course (SSIC) is an education program managed collaboratively by the Health Education and Training Institute and Western Sydney University. The 10-day course has run annually for the past six years and embraces diverse topics in the areas of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology. Designed to support best practice, it prepares trainees to achieve a pass in the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons General Surgical Science Examination.

There will be no pre-screening exam required for entry to the 2017 Surgical Science Intensive Course. Places are available on a first-come-first-served basis, and it is important to confirm personal leave arrangements before registering.

Accommodation on campus is available for participants who require it.

The course has recently been re-accredited by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

Registration for the 2017 course now open.

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Notices

Outstanding Service to Community Award

The Outstanding Service to the Community Award has been designed to recognise Fellows who have given long and dedicated service to their local community - more often than not unheralded - but without which the standard of surgical care in that community would have been less than society demands.

The NSW Committee recognise a small number of Fellows throughout the year with this award and other awards that seek to say thank you for all the hard work and commitment that our Fellows showed and continue to show which benefits not only their patients, their hospitals, their communities, but it must be highlighted, the incredible benefit that they bring to our College as a whole.

The criteria for these awards consequently are understandably strict as the NSW Committee take this responsibility very seriously and any deserving recipient must meet this standard. However the NSW Committee delights in the opportunity to recognise these Fellows, our colleagues, in their communities here in our great State.

If you know of a Fellow who is retiring or deserving of this award please contact Tenille Moujalli tenille.moujalli@surgeons.org


NSW Office Facilities

NSW Regional Office Facilities Brochure (PDF 1MB)

Condition and Charges (PDF 100KB)

Room Booking Form (PDF 1MB)

Notice from NSW Government - Transport (PDF 320KB) re 40km/h speed limit for Sydney CBD


Newsletters

February 2016 Newsletter

May 2016 Newsletter

July 2016 Newsletter

September 2016 Newsletter

December 2016 Newsletter


Mortality audit

Chasm_LogoThe Collaborative Hospitals Audit of Surgical Mortality (CHASM) of New South Wales maintains membership within the Australian and New Zealand Audit of Surgical Mortality (ANZASM) but is under the management of the Clinical Excellence Commission under the direction of Professor Cliff Hughes, FRACS. 

Link to CHASM Programs


Workforce

Active Fellows by specialty and region, as at December 2015.

A Fellow is considered active if they are currently involved in any aspect of surgical activity that involves the use of surgical skills or knowledge gained through their surgical training. This extends to and is not exclusive of medico-legal work, research or supervision of Trainees and International Medical Graduates (IMGs). Further Annual and Interim Activities Reports are available on the workforce and activities reports page.

New South Wales Workforce Data

Data ACT NSW NT QLD SA TAS VIC WA AUST NZ Overseas Total
CAR 6 58 0 35 11 3 55 14 182 26 21 229
GEN 18 551 19 286 141 27 444 135 1621 245 146 2012
NEU 8 76 0 46 16 6 65 20 237 22 21 280
ORT 24 417 5 270 107 21 295 123 1262 263 53 1578
OTO 10 145 2 86 47 8 111 40 449 90 25 564
PAE 3 36 0 14 6 3 22 9 93 18 21 132
PLA 4 118 2 68 39 10 134 47 422 62 22 506
URO 4 127 1 84 28 10 113 41 408 57 24 489
VAS 4 64 1 35 15 4 53 15 191 19 2 212
Total 81 1592 30 924 410 92 1292 444 4865 802 335 6002

Frequently asked questions

Can I book rooms at the College office for meetings?
Yes, contact +61 2 8298 4500 for details or
Email reception at functions.nsw@surgeons.org

Where can I stay in Sydney?

Go to Tourism New South Wales. For accommodation bookings, access the travel management section of this website. If you are a Trainee or Fellow of the College, you will be eligible for discounted pricing.

What's on in Sydney?
Visit the following websites:


Contact

NSW State Committee

New South Wales Regional Office
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Suite 1, Level 26
201 Kent Street
Sydney  NSW  2000
Australia

Telephone: +61 2 8298 4500
Fax: +61 2 8298 4599
Email: college.nsw@surgeons.org

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm