Dr Sanjeev Gupta Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr Sanjeev Gupta

Dr Sanjeev Gupta specialises in joint replacement surgery of the hip and knee, in addition to trauma and reconstructive surgery to the lower extremity.

Dr Gupta graduated from the University of Sydney, and completed his Orthopaedic Training in Sydney. Upon completion of his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons, he completed subspecialty Orthopaedic Fellowships at world leading institutions. He has trained at the Hospital for Special Surgery (New York), at Harvard (Boston, USA) and John Hopkins and Mercy Hospitals (Baltimore, USA).

He was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in 2008, an internationally recognised hospital for the delivery of Orthopaedic care.

He is currently appointed on the Court of Examiners for the College of Surgeons, which assesses the professional competencies in the field of Orthopaedic Surgery. Training junior surgeons remains one of his passions, and he is actively involved in Orthopaedic Registrar and Fellowship Training. He has served as Director of the NSW Registrar Training Program, and was part of the Federal Training Committee for the Australian Orthopaedic Training Program.

Dr Gupta is a faculty member of the International AO Foundation, which is a non-profit organisation that is responsible for the teaching of Trauma Surgery worldwide. In addition, he is currently active on many international research, design and development projects for implants, technology and robotics.

Professional Affiliations:

Fiona Crawford

Practice Nurse and Manager with over 30 years of experience in the Orthopaedic Industry, specialising in joint replacement surgery.

Amanda Hill

Medical Secretary with 15 years in the Musculoskeletal Health

Aleks Cerar

Medical Secretary with 10 years in the medical industry.

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