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Fellowship in HPB Surgery

The ANZHPBA's Post Fellowship Training Program is for Hepatic-Pancreatic and Biliary surgeons. The program consists of two years education and training following completion of a general surgery fellowship. A portion of the program will include clinical research. A successful Fellowship in HPB surgery will involve satisfactory completion of the curriculum requirements, completion of research requirements, minimum of twenty four months clinical training, successful case load achievement, and assessment. Successful applicants will be assigned to an accredited hospital unit.

High degrees (PhD or MD) are encouraged and if need be training can be deferred to allow this.

Post Fellowship Training in HPB Surgery

Applications are invited from eligible Post Fellowship Trainees for training in HPB Surgery.

The ANZHPBA’s Post Fellowship Training Program is for Hepatic-Pancreatic and Biliary surgeons.  The program consists of two years education and training following completion of a general surgery fellowship.  A portion of the program will include clinical research.  A successful Fellowship in HPB surgery will involve satisfactory completion of the curriculum requirements, completion of research requirements, minimum of twenty four months clinical training, successful case load achievement, assessment, and final exam.  Successful applicants will be assigned to an accredited hospital unit.

To be eligible to apply, applicants should have FRACS or sitting FRACS exam in May 2014.  Any exam fails will not be offered an interview.

For further information please contact the Executive Officer at anzhpba@gmail.com

Applicants should submit a CV, an outline of career plans and nominate four references, one must be Head of Unit, (with email addresses and mobile phone numbers), to Leanne Rogers, Executive Officer ANZHPBA, P.O. Box 374, Belair S.A. 5052, or email anzhpba@gmail.com.

Applicants will need to be able to attend interviews which will be held late May 2014 in Melbourne.

Applications close 5pm, Friday March 28th 2014.

Download ANZHPBA Training Manual here

Note: The fellowship is only open to candidates who are Australia and New Zealand citizens.


We congratulate our successful appointments to the ANZHPBA Post Fellowship Training Programme for 2014.

  • Amirala Khalessi to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
  • Mehan Siriwardhane to Westmead Hospital
  • Andrew Ling to Prince of Wales Hospital
  • Phil Toonson to Tan Tack Seng Hospital Singapore
  • Benjamin Loveday to Auckland Hospital
  • Suresh Navadgi to St Vincent's Hospital

On behalf of the ANZHPBA Board, we congratulate and welcome these six surgeons to our programme and look forward to a successful two years associated with ANZHPBA.  We look forward to working with our accredited hospitals and fellows in ensuring the quality of HPB surgery in Australia and New Zealand.

We would also like to congratulate our current ANZHPBA Fellows on the following placements for 2014

  • Anthony Cheng to Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital
  • King Sang Wong to Flinders Medical Centre
  • Russell Hodgson to Leeds UK


ANZHPBA Accredited Hospital Units

Applications from Hospital Units seeking to become an accredited ANZHPBA unit can be submitted to the ANZHPBA Training Committee. Please send a letter addressing the Hospital Unit criteria in the "Hospital Accreditation" section of the above manual to:

Leanne Rogers
Executive Officer ANZHPBA
P.O. Box 374
Belair SA 5052

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