We would like to welcome an accomplished surgeon, Dr Sandra Krishnan to Delmar Private Hospital.

Dr Krishnan is a Senior Consultant Surgical Oncologist, Breast, Melanoma and General Surgeon with breast oncology fellowships at Breast Cancer Institute, Westmead Hospital and Breast and Endocrine Unit, Concord Hospital. She also specialises in Advanced non melanotic skin cancers, performs a range of General Surgery and Laparoscopic procedures, including diseases of the gallbladder and abdominal wall herniae and is a GESA certified Endoscopist. She obtained her FRACS in 2009 and has been in practicing in NSW and ACT. Dr Krishnan is a Senior Clinical lecturer at ANU and is a RACS Senior EMST Instructor. Dr Krishnan is a Member of RACS Special Groups — Surgical Oncology, Surgical Educators, Women in Surgery; has memberships with BreastSurgANZ, ANZ Breast Cancer Trials Group, ASBD, ACT & SE NSW Breast Cancer Treatment Group, ANZ Melanoma Trials Group. She is a CHASM (Collaborating Hospitals’ Audit of Surgical Mortality) First Line Assessor.

Dr Krishnan is involved in Breast and Advanced Melanoma and Skin Cancer multi-disciplinary meetings at Sydney Adventist Hospital and Canberra and takes part in ongoing breast oncology audit for BreastSurg ANZ. She is CoConvenor for the ACT Annual Scientific meeting 2022 in Canberra.

About Delmar Private Hospital

Established in 1973 on the headland between Dee Why and Curl Curl, Delmar Private Hospital has been providing excellence in health care for over 40 years.

Our team of Surgeons, Rehabilitation Specialists, Nurses, and Allied Health staff work with our patients, their family and carers. This supportive environment helps facilitate recovery in a nurturing environment.

Complete with 5 Operating Theatres, High Dependency Unit, Day Stay Unit, 3 gymnasiums and a large hydrotherapy pool, Delmar provides a total care experience from surgical procedures to both inpatient and day rehabilitation – all onsite. We pride ourselves on providing highly experienced, professional, and caring staff who put the needs and welfare of the patient first.