Dr Andrew McBride
Dr McBride completed his Orthopaedic Surgery Training with the Royal Australian College of Surgeons throughout many centres in Queensland, including the Gold Coast University Hospital, Toowoomba Hospital, The Royal Brisbane Hospital, Queensland Children’s Hospital, and the Princess Alexandra Hospital under Professor Mark Ross.
After completion of Orthopaedic Surgical Training, Dr McBride travelled to Annecy, France to complete a Shoulder Fellowship at the Alps Surgery Institute under Dr Laurent La Fosse. This fellowship focused on arthroscopic shoulder surgery for rotator cuff tears, shoulder instability, tendon transfers and shoulder joint replacement.
Dr McBride returned to Australia to undertake further subspecialty training in shoulder, elbow and upper limb surgery with the Melbourne Orthopaedic Group under Mr Greg Hoy and Mr Eugene Ek. This fellowship focused on the management of shoulder and elbow conditions in amateur and professional athletes and the treatment of arthritis in both young and older adults.
Dr McBride has maintained a keen interest in research throughout his career and has worked hard to establish networks interstate and overseas where a number of projects are ongoing. He has publications in peer reviewed journals and has presented at national and international meetings. Dr McBride has worked as an associate lecturer at Queensland University, Griffith University and is a current Honorary Adjunct Assistant Professor at Bond University.
Dr McBride was born in southeast Queensland enjoys an active lifestyle and feels privileged to be able to contribute to the healthcare of the Queensland and Northern New South Wales community.
- Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association
- Fellow of the Australian Shoulder and Elbow Society
- Fellow of the Queensland Shoulder Society
- Member of the Australian Medical Association