Dr Andrew Hadj is a specialist plastic and reconstructive surgeon who focusses in the areas of skin cancer and melanoma surgery, hand surgery, degenerative joint conditions, breast and reconstructive surgery, restorative facial surgery and upper and lower limb reconstructive trauma surgery.
With a degree from the University of Melbourne and medical training in Victoria, he commenced advanced plastic surgical training with positions throughout Victorian public hospitals, including the Alfred Hospital, St. Vincent’s and the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He subsequently completed training rotations in Brisbane, Queensland at the Princess Alexandra and Royal Brisbane Hospitals. In 2017, after locum VMO posts at Townsville and Cairns Base Hospitals, Andrew completed a further postgraduate fellowship at Guys’ and St Thomas’ Hospital, in London – specifically in hand and wrist surgery.
Andrew returned to Australia in 2018 to become a staff specialist Plastics and Reconstructive Surgeon at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane and works privately in several major hospitals in Melbourne and Brisbane. Including The Wesley Hospital. He is an avid golfer and cross-fit practitioner.