Dr Adeeb Majid
Dr Majid is a specialist Hepatobiliary, Pancreatic and Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeon. He graduated from medicine and did his initial surgical training from Christian Medical College Ludhiana, India.
On moving to Australia, he completed his surgical training (FRACS) at John Hunter Hospital Newcastle and then did 3 years of specialist Hepatobiliary, Pancreatic and Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery Training (ANZHPBA Fellowship) in Sydney and Adelaide.
He has gained further experience in pancreatic surgery at Heidelberg (Germany) and in Liver surgery at Samsung Hospital Seoul, South Korea.
For the last ten years he has been a consultant surgeon at Calvary Mater and John Hunter Hospitals Newcastle, NSW.
He is a key clinical member of the Upper Gastrointestinal /HPB, Melanoma and Endocrine Multidisciplinary Teams (MDT) at the HNEAHS.
He has presented his surgical and research work both nationally and internationally and continues to be active in basic and clinical research.
Dr Majid is committed and passionate about surgery and specialises in pancreatic, hepatobiliary, Melanoma, gallbladder and hiatus hernia cases. He is an experienced high-volume surgeon for Liver, Pancreatic Cancer and advanced Melanoma cancer.
He performs surgery for Pancreatic cancer, Liver cancer (primary and secondary), Gastric cancer.
He specialises in Laparoscopic surgery for large Hiatus hernia and reflux disease, gallbladder disease and inguinal hernias.
He has special interest in melanoma cancer and performs surgery for advanced melanoma including Wide local excision and sentinel node biopsies, Axillary, inguinal and iliac node dissections.
He is also accredited with the Gastroenterological society of Australia (GESA) for performing gastroscopy and colonoscopy.
He Provides services for all public and private patients at Calvary Mater, John Hunter and Most private hospitals in Newcastle.
- Skin Melanoma
- Upper Gastrointestinal-Hepatopancreatobiliary
- Upper Gastrointestinal
- Hepato-Pancreato Biliary
- Surgical Oncology
- ACADEMY OF SURGICAL EDUCATORS