The BreastSurgANZ Society was formed in 2010 and our members already manage around 90% of the women with early breast cancer in Australia and New Zealand. The Society is committed to: improving patient care through monitoring the quality of care provided by all our members; facilitating research into new treatments that improve cure rates and quality of life of breast cancer suffers; the improvement of training of new breast surgeons; and improving the knowledge base of existing membership through educational events.

Individual members’ surgical performance and outcomes are continuously monitored through assessment via the BreastSurgANZ Quality Audit.

Every member of BreastSurgANZ is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, upholding the ideals, tradition and the pursuit of excellence embodied by the College.

We encourage prospective patients to use our website to locate a full member BreastSurgANZ surgeon in your area, to find the information regarding breast disease via our patient education section or other links contained therein. Please feel free to contact us if you would like further information.

News Media & Advocacy

Position Vacant – Bankstown Hospital (NSW)

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BANKSTOWN HOSPITAL (NSW) is recruiting for a VISITING MEDICAL OFFICER to complement and enhance the current Breast/General Surgery team. For more information about the opportunity and how to apply follow the link below: https://jobs.health.nsw.gov.au/jobs/visiting-medical-officer-breast-general-surgeon-bankstown-hospital-sessional-95721 ...
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BreastSurgANZ COVID-19 Guidelines – Update for Victoria

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These guidelines for Breast Surgeons should be considered in the context of your local resources and guidance provided by local Departments of Health and Individual Institutions. Please consider your own practice needs and developments with COIVD-19 in adopting or varying from these recommendations. Maintain Communications Ensure you have remote access ...
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Guidance to Breast Surgeons for Triage of Surgical Procedures

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BreastSurgANZ & COVID-19: Guidance for Triage of Surgical Procedures This guidance for Breast Surgeons should be considered in the context of your local resources and guidance provided by local Departments of Health and Individual Institutions, and on a case by case basis based on your knowledge of your patient, institution and ...
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Breast Reconstruction during COVID-19

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POSITION STATEMENT REGARDING BREAST RECONSTRUCTION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC  The Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and BreastSurgANZ are closely following the development of the COVID-19 pandemic and are here to support members during these challenging times. We have collected resources from around the globe to provide guidance.  We will ...
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Upcoming Events

2020 BreastSurgANZ Events

BreastSurgANZ Level 1 Oncoplastic Webinar

Monday, May 10, 2021

Australasian International Breast Congress (AIBC)

Thursday, October 14, 2021
Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Queensland

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Find A Surgeon

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(and elects to list their practice details on the BreastSurgANZ website)

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BQA Audit

Find out about our BQA audit.

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