Below is a list of the top and leading Anaesthesiologists in Sydney. To help you find the best Anaesthesiologists located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
This article is updated every 3-4 months.
Sydney’s Best Anaesthesiologists:
The top rated Anaesthesiologists in Sydney are:
- Dr. Rowan Molnar – Launceston General Hospital (LGH)
- Dr. Andrew Hooton – Sydney Anaesthetics
- Dr John Leyden – Northern Sydney Anaesthesia Research Institute
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Launceston General Hospital (LGH)
Dr. Rowan Molnar is recognised as one of Australasia’s leading commentators on “Creative Disruption in Medicine and Healthcare”. Rowan loves his vocation. Ask him to comment about his work in anaesthesiology and his face lights up.
A senior specialist anaesthetist with extensive clinical experience in anaesthesia at a tertiary referral hospital level, both in Australia and internationally, he has clinical specialisation in cardiac surgery, orthopaedic surgery, tumour surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Cardiac surgery, Orthopaedic surgery, Tumour Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
“Dr. Rowan Molnar did his best to take care of my wife while subjecting her to anaesthesia before her surgery. He is really well equipped and knows how to do his work well.” -Jules
Dr. Andrew Hooton is an Australian-based health professional. Andrew is trained as an Anaesthetist and has a practice located in Crows Nest. His areas of specialization are Ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia, Obstetric, Urology, Paediatric and Hand surgery.
Ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia, Obstetric, Urology, Paediatric and Hand surgery
“Relaxed, professional and made you feel like he had it all under control, which was my experience. Excellent arm block for my carpal tunnel release surgery.” -Dan
Northern Sydney Anaesthesia Research Institute
Dr John Leyden – Nominated by The Unicorn Foundation, an organisation he founded and chairs, John is active in providing support and advocacy for consumers suffering from rare tumours and their carers. He is the Quality and Safety Officer of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and is on the NSW Law Society Medico-Legal Advisory Committee. John is the founding chair of the world Neuroendocrine Tumour Alliance and he is a consumer representative on a range of committees and networks at both national and state level. His interests in health policy and planning are associated with equitable access to treatments and pharmaceuticals; improved resource allocation in delivery of medical care; and improved access to Australian trials and research.
Rare tumours, rare diseases, General Surgery
“Very compassionate, understanding and knowledgeable.” -MA