General Surgery

Dr Ong is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He passed primary and exit examinations on the first attempt and sub-specialised thereafter. He is a long-standing member of General Surgeons Australia.

Dr Ong is a member of General Surgeons Australia.

He is a general surgeon with clinical and academic responsibilities. He is routinely on-call for surgical emergencies at Campbelltown, the 2nd busiest emergency department in the state of New South Wales (over 80,000 presentations/year).

Dr Ong is a conjoint lecturer in surgery at WSU

General surgeons, such as Dr Ong, manage conditions such as appendicitis, gallbladder attacks, hernia and bowel emergencies, trauma as well as emergencies from other surgical and medical specialties.

As an active general surgeon, he carries out on average 2-4 laparoscopic cholecystectomies a week (keyhole gallbladder removals for gallstone and polyp diseases) and repairs on average 3-6 hernias a week, mostly laparoscopic (keyhole repairs). He is a full-time clinician, performing a combined total of 900-1,200 elective and emergency procedures in a calendar year.

Dr Ong is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

Dr Ong introduced laparoscopic ventral hernia repairs to Macarthur. Laparoscopic repairs have been shown to lower infection and hernia recurrence rates.

He is as one of the preceptors for BARD© HERNIA – the pre-eminent hernia company in the world. He introduced the “echo positioning system” which facilitates laparoscopic repairs of complex ventral hernias.

Dr Ong sees WorkCover hernia patients and is consulted for WorkCover hernia-related matters in his practice.


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