Dr Ross Farhadieh is the founder of the public microsurgical unit, at Canberra Hospital and consultant to Survivors Ink, realistic nipple tattooing.

Over the past five years, Dr Farhadieh has developed the microsurgical program, providing free mastectomy reconstructions, under the ACT Government Public Health System.

Interested patients should seek a referral from their Doctor and contact the Canberra Hospital Plastic Surgery Department, or Panthea Clinics, regarding reconstructive surgery.


Dr Ross Farhadieh is an internationally renowned Australian trained and qualified plastic surgeon. He is a former recipient of the prestigious Royal Australasian College of Surgeons "Surgeon Scientist? scholarship. Since completing his plastic surgery training, he has rapidly developed an international reputation as a leader in his field.

Dr Farhadieh was appointed the chief editor of a newly published comprehensive international plastic surgery textbook Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery: Approaches and Techniques bringing together 130 leading world authorities in their field to share their knowledge and experience.

Dr Farhadieh is amongst the best trained and highest qualified plastic surgeons in Australia and internationally. He is globally unique in being triple board certified, holding plastic surgery fellowship qualifications from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Royal College of Surgeons England as well as the European Board of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery.

He also holds multiple subspecialty clinical fellowships from world leading units in London, England, in the fields of Cosmetic, Microsurgery and Paediatric Plastic Surgery. He has extensively presented at international plastic surgery conferences and published in scientific surgical journals and plastic surgery textbooks over the last 18 years."The commitment to surgical excellence is a road paved with the utmost dedication to patient welfare, personal sacrifice and humility in practicing the art of surgery. The trust and understanding established during consultations forms the basis of a successful outcome.?