Mr Luke Bradshaw, MBBS, FRACS

“My vision is to deliver comprehensive, personalised care to every patient, with a focus on innovation, evidence-based and patient centred outcomes.”

Mr Bradshaw obtained his medical degree from the University of Melbourne in 2005 after growing up in the Gippsland region of Victoria. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (General Surgery 2017), completing his training through the Austin Hospital.

Mr Bradshaw undertook post-fellowship training in liver, pancreas, biliary and gallbladder surgery (completing the ANZHPBA Training Programme) at the high volume tertiary centres of St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, and St James University Hospital, Leeds, United Kingdom.

Mr Bradshaw has public hospital appointments as a HPB and General Surgeon at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne and Box Hill Eastern Health. He is committed to surgical education, global health (with experience in Rwanda and Samoa), and is currently involved in multi-national HPB clinical research.