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  • Buruli ulcer media coverage

    Professor Paul Johnson is the country's leading expert on Buruli ulcer, and has been in the media recently due to an increase in the number of cases in Melbourne. If you are concerned that you may have an ulcer, please visit your GP. GPs can find the latest clinical guidelines by clicking through to the Newsroom

  • Farewell to Larry McNicol

    This week Austin Health said a sad farewell to the extraordinary A/Prof McNicol, who counts Victoria's first liver transplant as one of the highlights of his career. The well-loved anaesthetist leaves after an extraordinary 37 years, including 25 as Director of Anaesthesia.

  • Young people urged to take lead to save lives

    Assistant Minister for Health, Ken Wyatt has urged young people to register to donate their organs at the official launch of DonateLife Week at Austin Health

  • Genetic testing aims to identify life-threatening disease earlier

    Austin Health is spearheading an exciting genomic sequencing project aimed at improving detection of inherited cardiac disease.

  • Revolutionary nerve transfer surgery restores Jack's independence

    The life-changing impact of Austin Health's world-leading nerve transfer surgery has been captured by ABC's 7:30 who tracked Jack Vawdrey's journey from the theatre to rehab to home. Picture and story courtesy of ABC's 7:30

  • Honour for world-leading obesity researcher

    Professor Joseph Proietto has been appointed a Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia in recognition of his ground-breaking research into obesity and diabetes and work as a clinician, teacher and mentor.

  • "I've only waited a month and a half for surgery - I'm very pleased!"

    John Connor became the 10,000th patient to receive surgery at The Surgery Centre (TSC) this financial year. Hear how TSC doubled its capacity - and nearly halved some of our elective surgery waiting lists.