Dr Neil Wylie is a General Surgeon with a subspecialty interest in complex hepatobiliary, pancreas, and bariatric surgery.
While he grew up in Canberra, Dr Wylie did all of his university education and medical training in South East Queensland and as such calls Queensland home. He is delighted to return home to South East Queensland after Post Fellowship training.
Since completing his General Surgical Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2013, Dr Wylie has undertaken extensive Post Fellowship training. This has included a two year Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Fellowship with 12 months training in the management of benign and malignant Upper GI and HPB conditions in Auckland, New Zealand and 12 months subspecializing in liver resection and transplant surgery at St James University Hospital, Leeds, UK.
Dr Wylie then completed an additional year of Post Fellowship training in the Pancreas Unit at St James University Hospital UK, followed by benign UGI surgery training in Belgium.
When not working Dr Wylie enjoys photography, exploring local community events and trying to get fit by participating in the Toowoomba park run.
Dr Neil Wylie
"I'm delighted to be moving back to South East Queensland after three years post-fellowship training in NZ, the UK and Belgium.