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Mornington Orthopaedics

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Welcome to Mornington Orthopaedics

Mornington Orthopaedics is a well-established group of five Orthopaedic surgeons who work in association to provide exceptional Orthopaedic services to people of the Mornington Peninsula. Based at Beleura Private Hospital in Mornington, this dedicated and well-respected group offers state of the art surgery. Our surgeons offer a comprehensive array of specialist orthopaedic services that utilise the latest technology and clinically proven surgical techniques.

Mornington Orthopaedics prides itself on providing the local option for quality specialist Orthopaedic care for patients on the Peninsula. We endeavour to offer timely consultations and provide excellent health management. We enjoy working collaboratively with local General Practitioners and allied health professionals to provide a multidisciplinary approach to patient care.

Andrew is an experienced Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in surgery of the shoulder, elbow and knee.

Born in Melbourne, Andrew grew up on the Mornington Peninsula before attaining his medical degree at the University of Melbourne in 1988.

Andrew completed his orthopaedic training locally rotating through Royal Melbourne, Dandenong, Western, St Vincents, Hobart, Royal Children’s, Austin and Monash Hospitals.

After being awarded Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Andrew was awarded a fellowship in Melbourne with Simon Bell in shoulder and elbow, knee, sports and joint replacement surgery. Then Andrew went on to gain further experience in fellowships in these areas in Virginia, USA; Wrightington, UK; Innsbruch, Austria and Zurich, Switzerland. In addition, he completed a fellowship in Ilizarov surgery in Lecco, Italy, and also had the opportunity to visit Schultess Clinic in Zurich, Kerlan Jobe Clinic, and Steven Snyder both in Los Angeles.

During this period and since, Andrew has completed extensive research work published and presented nationally and internationally.

After returning to Australia after 21 months overseas, Andrew has had a public appointment at Frankston Hospital. He represented Peninsula Health on the Victorian Tasmania Regional Training Committee for the Australian Orthopaedic Association for 7 years, 2 years as secretary, and 2 years as Chairman of this committee, which is responsible for the training of Orthopaedic Surgeons in these two States. As such, he represented Victoria and Tasmania on the Federal Training Committee.

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925 Nepean Highway, Mornington, Victoria 3931,3931,Mornington,Melbourne