Dr Shrikkanth Rangarajan
Mr Shrikkanth Rangarajan (Raj) is a Melbourne based vascular surgeon with a depth of experience and qualification.
Raj is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons’ in the field of Vascular Surgery. He has trained at prestigious institutions across Melbourne (Alfred Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital), Brisbane (Princess Alexandra Hospital, Royal Brisbane and Womens’ Hospital), and Auckland (Auckland City Hospital). He completed his undergraduate studies at Monash University.
Raj is passionate about using his advanced skills and experience to improve the lives of others in a caring and compassionate way. He has a strong interest in ensuring the best outcomes for patients, and is alumni of the Academy for Emerging Leaders in Patient Safety (Sydney).
Raj offers treatment for all vascular pathologies, both venous and arterial. He is proficient in all the latest modalities for managing varicose veins, and he has wide experience in a variety of techniques associated with minimally invasive and open surgical management of aortic and peripheral arterial pathology.
Raj has a strong academic background, having published a number of papers, presented at international meetings, and held academic appointments at Monash University and the University of Queensland. He regularly attends vascular scientific meetings.
Raj has a military and legal background. He has served on overseas operations as a member of the Australian Army and been awarded the Australian Defence Medal and the Australian Service Medal. Raj completed his law degree and worked at a health law firm, helping clients within the health industry achieve their goals.
Raj enjoys tennis, cricket and watching motorsport (he has been a team doctor for the Formula 1 Grand Prix and MotoGP). He is a keen scuba diver, and loves to travel. Raj’s wife is a dentist, and makes sure that both he and their two young children brush their teeth every night!
- Medico Legal
- Peripheral Arterial
- Vascular Access for dialysis and chemotherapy
- Thoracic Outlet Syndromes