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A/Prof Nicholas Ngui
Specialties
  • Breast (Oncoplastic) 
  • Endocrine (Thyroid & Parathyroid)
  • General (Hernia, Gallbladder, Skin/Soft Tissue)
  • Melanoma
  • Skin Cancer
  • Lymph Nodes
 
Procedural Locations
 

Sydney Adventist Hospital

Suite 404, Level 4 San Clinic

185 Fox Valley Road

Wahroonga NSW 2076

Norwest Private Hospital

11 Norbrik Drive

Bella Vista NSW 2153

Blacktown Hospital

18 Blacktown Road

Blacktown NSW 2148

Mount Druitt Hospital

75 Railway Street

Mount Druitt NSW 2770

Publications

Click here for a list of Nicholas's publications.

A/Prof nicholas ngui

A/Prof. Nicholas Ngui is a specialist surgeon at the Sydney Adventist Hospital with expertise in breast, thyroid, skin and general surgery conditions. He has been practicing as a surgeon for over 10 years and is dedicated in providing the best possible patient care.

biography

Growing up in Sydney he started his medical degree in 1998 at the University of New South Wales graduating with honours in 2003 (BSc Med MBBS Hons). He was an intern and resident medical officer at Westmead Hospital and did his surgical training in Sydney, obtaining his Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in 2011. This was followed by further subspecialty training in surgical oncology in breast and thyroid surgery. 

 

Most of his work now involves a mixture of breast surgery (including advanced oncoplastic and reconstructive breast surgery), thyroid and parathyroid surgery, skin cancer surgery and general surgery including laparoscopic hernia and gallbladder surgery. He has a strong presence at the Sydney Adventist hospital and the Northern Surgical Oncology (NSO) San Clinic where he has been working since 2013. He is a breast surgeon at the local BreastScreen Northern Sydney program.

 

A/Prof. Nicholas Ngui is a prominent breast surgeon at the San where over the years he has made significant contributions and advancements to the breast unit and breast cancer research at the Sydney Adventist Hospital. He is heavily committed to research, with numerous past and current research presented and published in international conferences and peer reviewed journals. He has a strong work ethic and duty of care for his patients. He is a dedicated teacher and supervisor of medical students and junior doctors both in the hospital setting and with the College of Surgeons. At the San he is actively involved with quality improvement through research and chairing the surgery department audit. His practice is current and evidence based. 

 

A highly regarded surgeon by his fellow colleagues and local community GPs in Northern Sydney and North Western Sydney, all urgent patients are attended to as a priority.

MBBS (Hons) UNSW., FRACS

Surgical Oncologist | General Surgeon

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