Dr Roger Haddad
Roger Haddad is a Sydney trained specialist plastic and reconstructive surgeon. He works in both public and private practice at St Vincent’s General and Private, Royal Prince Alfred, and Bankstown Hospitals. He has special interests in microsurgery, breast reconstruction and skin cancer surgery. He completed a sub-specialty fellowship in Stuttgart, Germany in microsurgery and breast reconstruction. This Department is Germany's busiest in terms of autologous breast reconstruction, replantation, nasal reconstruction, and breast reduction procedures. Roger completed his medical training at the University of New South Wales, with first class honors. He was awarded a scholarship in anatomy during this time. He further recieved the prestigious John Loewenthal Scholarship for his Master of Surgery degree at the University of Sydney. His masters dissertation focused on tendon repair techniques in hand surgery, and much of this work has been published in the hand surgery literature in collaboration with both local and international surgeons. He spent one year of accredited training in General Surgery, and then five years of accredited Plastic Surgery training in Sydney under the auspices of the Royal Australiasian College of Plastic Surgeons. During his surgical training, Roger worked in most major reconstructive surgery units in Sydney. He was recipient of the Gordon Gordon Taylor medal for the highest performance in Australia in the part one College of Surgeons examinations. He has an interest in Anatomy and surgical sciences. He likes to always improve on current techniques and remains actively involved in teaching and research.
- Skin Cancer-Melanoma
- Royal Australiasian College of Surgeons
- Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons
- St Vincent's Hospital
- University of New South Wales Alumni