Dr Nicholas Ngui
Dr Nicholas Ngui surgeon
About Dr Nicholas Ngui
Dr Nicholas Ngui provides the following services:
- Multidisciplinary breast cancer management.
- Oncoplastic/reconstructive breast cancer surgery e.g. mammoplasty, implant based reconstruction, mastopexy.
- Thyroid & parathyroid surgery
- Breast reduction surgery (if you are in a health fund with private hospital cover)
- Skin cancer surgery
- Elective and emergency general surgery
- Benign breast disease management
- Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery (e.g. Hernias, Gallstones)
- Workcover surgery for Hernias
Dr Nicholas Ngui operates at the following hospitals:
- Sydney Adventist Hospital
- Norwest Private Hospital
- Mt Druitt & Blacktown Hospital
- Clinical Senior Lecturer in Surgery, The University of Sydney
Dr Nicholas Ngui is a Senior specialist surgeon who is appointed as a consultant at Sydney Adventist, Norwest Private, Mt Druitt and Blacktown Hospitals in Sydney. He has regular sessions with Breastscreen NSW. He grew up in Sydney and attended James Ruse Agricultural High School and was awarded the Australian Students Prize for excellence. He went on to do his medical degree at The University of New South Wales, and graduated with Honours in 2003. He did his post-graduate General Surgery training through Westmead Hospital, Nepean Hospital, Blacktown & Mt Druitt Hospitals and The Canberra Hospital, and completed his training in 2011 where he was awarded Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS). He then underwent further BreastSurgANZ post-fellowship training and research in breast surgery focusing on Breast Cancer multidisciplinary management as well as oncoplastic breast surgery through the Westmead Breast Cancer institute, Sydney. He has been in consultant practice since 2013.
Apart from his clinical expertise, Dr Ngui is heavily involved in the education of junior doctors and medical students. Dr Ngui is involved in training medical students and surgical doctors at Mt Druitt/Blacktown Hospitals where he is the Hospital surgical supervisor of training, and he is active with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons as a surgical skills teacher and a senior trauma instructor. He is a clinical Senior Lecturer at The University of Sydney. His research interests include axillary nodal surgery in patients with breast cancer.
Dr Ngui attends at least one Breast cancer multidisciplinary meeting (MDT) each week with other health specialists, that discusses the care and management of breast cancer patients to ensure that the most up to date and evidence based treatment is provided. He works in direct collaboration with breast care nurses to help support all patients diagnosed with breast cancer. He remains passionate and committed in providing services in elective and emergency general surgery, thyroid and parathyroid surgery.
Outside medicine, Nicholas is a dedicated husband with three young boys and enjoys spending time with them.