About

Mr Luke Bradshaw is an Hepatopancreaticobiliary (HPB) and General Surgeon.

"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 St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne, and Eastern Health, Box Hill. He is committed to surgical education, global health (with experience in Rwanda and Samoa), and is currently involved in multi-national HPB clinical research.

Epworth hospital locations

Hospital

Epworth Eastern

Hospital

Epworth Freemasons Albert Street

Hospital

Epworth Richmond

Consulting locations

Consulting Location

Suite 1, Level 2 17 Victoria Pde
Fitzroy VIC 3065

Consulting Location

Suite 13, Level 1 120 Thames Street
Box Hill North VIC 3129

Special interests

  • HPB Surgery - Liver, Pancreas & Complex Biliary
  • Multi-Modal Therapy for HPB Cancer
  • General Surgery - Laparoscopic Gall Bladder & Bile Duct Surgery
  • General Surgery - Abdominal Wall Hernia Repair
  • Retroperitoneal & Splenic Surgery

Education and training

  • St Vincent's Health
  • Eastern Health - Box Hill

Research

  • Operated Gall Bladder Cancer - OMEGA
  • IPMN Database
  • POSTVenTT

Qualifications

  • FRACS
  • MBBS
  • BMedSci
  • PGrad Dip Surg Anat

Professional Associations

  • RACS
  • ANZHPBA
  • IHPBA
  • AMA
The Institute focuses on surgical treatment of the abdominal organs, as well as the thyroid gland and hernias.