Dr Manjunath Siddaiah

Dr Manjunath Siddaiah-Subramanya


Manjunath Subramanya is a consultant Oesophago-Gastric, Bariatric and General surgeon. He undertook surgical training in UK and Australia. He a public appointment at Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital and works at various private hospitals. He trained as a specialist general surgeon in QLD, Australia after his move from UK. He then undertook further sub-speciality training in Upper GI surgery (through national board of upper GI training- AANZGOSA) at Perth and Austin, Melbourne (largest public bariatric unit in the country), including a senior fellowship in Upper GI cancer and Hiatal surgery (including revisional surgery) at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Birmingham, UK. He is thorough, precise, honest and empathetic in his approach to patients’ concerns and pathology. He has a great reputation that he has carried all throughout his training with regards to his communication. He is an active listener with undivided attention and an ability to explain complex surgical management without the usage of medical jargon.

He has a strong focus on research and surgical education. In the process, he has led many projects resulting in multiple publications and international presentations, and two masters in the field of upper GI surgery and surgical education. He is on the editoral board of International Journal of Healthcare Simulation. He is on the executive board of Sydney Upper GI Surgical Society (SUGSS). He has been associated with various Universities during his training, which he continues to date, where he has been involved in teaching medical students, allied health staff, and as an examiner. He is an active educator on RACS training courses. He currently is an external faculty and examiner for Master of Surgical Education at the University of Melbourne.

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