Dr Saissan Rajendran
Dr. Saissan Rajendran is a vascular and endovascular surgeon who holds clinical appointments at Concord Repatriation General Hospital, Mater Hospital and Sydney Adventist Hospital.
Dr Rajendran received his medical degree from the University of New South Wales then undertook his vascular surgical training across Australia and New Zealand at major vascular and trauma centres including Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Royal Adelaide Hospital and Waikato District Hospital. On completion of his surgical training, he was accepted for two specialised endovascular fellowships. The first was at St. George’s University NHS Hospital in London where he gained expertise from eminent vascular surgeons Professor Peter Holt and Professor Ian Loftus in the treatment of complex vascular disease and in performing minimally invasive ‘keyhole’ vascular procedures. His second fellowship was at Policlinico Abano Terme Hospital in Padua, Italy, under the tutelage of Professor Marco Manzi, who is at the forefront of lower limb endovascular revascularisation techniques. Now based in Sydney, he utilises the skills obtained abroad to provide high quality vascular care for his patients.
Dr Rajendran believes in collaborative care, in which a multidisciplinary approach involving strong communication and partnerships between all involved medical professionals will optimise patient outcomes. His aim is to consistently provide his patients with a more efficient, accessible and personalised experience.
- Peripheral Arterial
- Vascular Access for dialysis and chemotherapy
- Thoracic Outlet Syndromes
- Australian Medical Association
- Australian and New Zealand Society for Vascular Surgery
- Australasian Society of Ultrasound medicine
- University of New South Wales
- Masters of Surgery
- Diploma of Applied Anatomy by Dissection
- Diagnostic Diploma of Ultrasonography
- Fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Surgeon