Prof Christophe BerneyEndocrine Surgeon

Prof Christophe BerneyDr. Christophe Berney

Based in Sydney, Prof. Chris Berney is a general, hernia & gastrointestinal surgeon who specialises in advanced minimally invasive laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery

As well as advanced keyhole surgery procedures, Prof. Berney also performs endocrine surgery of the thyroid and parathyroid glands, as well as endoscopic procedures such as gastroscopies and colonoscopies. Prof. Berney’s aim is to deliver the highest quality laparoscopic medical services while providing a thorough and comprehensive analysis of individual surgical needs. Practice locations are situated at Waratah Private Hospital and Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital. Prof. Berney also serves as a Conjoint Professor with the University of NSW. To Book an appointment online complete this form or click on a booking button on the menu to book a procedure.

Qualifications

MB, MD, PhD, FMH (Swiss), FRACS

  • Accredited at the Following Hospitals

    Banskstown-Lidcombe Hospital

    Prince of Wales Private Hospital-Randwick

    Waratah Private Hospital-Hurstville

    St George Private Hospital, Kogarah

  • Appointments

    Conjoint Professor University of NSW

  • Special Interests

    General and Endocrine Surgery

    Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery

    Hernia Surgery

    Bariatric Surgery

Practice Locations

  • Bankstown Hospital Medical Centre

    Suite 102 68 Eldridge Road
    Bankstown NSW 2200

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  • Prince of Wales Private Hospital

    Suite 30, level 7
    Barker Street
    Randwick NSW 2031

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  • Waratah Private Hospital

    Suite 201, level 2
    31 Dora Street
    Hurstville, NSW 2220

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Contact Details

(02) 9311 4044 or (02)9709 6508

(02) 9475 0997 or (020 9793 8140

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www.safesurgery.com.au

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