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Spot the Difference - It’s a long hard journey to become a Specialist Plastic Surgeon and rightly so.
Mine has involved - 6 years of medical school, 1 year as a hospital Intern, 1 year as a hospital Resident, 4 years as a Registrar in General Surgery and 5 years of training as a Registrar in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 1.5 years as a Fellow in Plastic Surgery based in the USA, 20 years working as a Specialist Plastic Surgeon in private practice and at Perth’s teaching hospitals. This has included teaching other surgeons about anatomy and plastic surgery and checking on standards of quality in hospitals and the ability of overseas surgeons applying to work in Australia.
Make sure you know how to find an experienced surgeon who has done thousands of operations.
Look for the six ✅ - minimum of 12 years of medical and surgical education✅, 5 years of specialist post graduate training and exams in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery✅, FRACS after name ✅, surgery performed in an accredited hospital or day surgery centre ✅, qualified anaesthetist ✅, surgery performed on a regular basis ✅.
My score is ✅✅✅✅✅✅ - Dr Lewis Blennerhassett
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Over the past few years Medicare has been assessing its schedule extensively and, as a result, many procedures in the plastic and reconstructive area, which had previously been partially claimable from Medicare, have been deleted or their criteria has been altered.