Graham Starkey
Graham Starkey
Liver Transplant, Hepato-Biliary & General Surgeon
MBBS (Hons) Monash, FRACS

Graham Starkey is a qualified general surgeon with a special interest in HPB surgery (surgery of the liver, bile ducts and pancreas).

After studying for his medical degree at Monash University in Melbourne, Graham subsequently worked as a junior doctor at the Alfred Hospital. Having completed basic training at the Alfred, Graham undertook advanced training in general surgery at the Austin Hospital and became a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2006. He subsequently spent two years in sub-specialty training at the Austin and as the "Paul McMaster fellow" at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, UK.

Graham works as a consultant HPB and liver transplant surgeon at the Austin Hospital and the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne. He has teaching affiliations with the University of Melbourne and is involved as a committee member with the transplant section of the college of surgeons. He regularly attends national and international meetings to keep up to date.

In both private and public practice Graham works closely with colleagues in surgery, gastroenterology, radiology, oncology and many other medical fields. He is committed to a practice which is reliable, responsive and focused on quality patient care.

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