Dr. Christopher PerryEndocrine Surgeon
Dr Chris Perry is the ENT founder of the awarded Deadly Ears program for Indigenous health. He is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Autralian Army Reserve and served in 2 missions overseas. He is a recipient of the Paul Harin Medal for Rotary and was awarded the Order of Australia Medal in 2008 for ‘services to ENT surgery and indigenous health’.
Dr Chris Perry is currently Chairman of the Multi-discipilinary Head and Neck Clinic at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. He has written a number of textbook chapters, numerous national treatment protocols and 40 peer reviewed scientific articles.
Dr Chris Perry tries to keep fit with swimming and the gym. He gave up rugby when he was 52 years old. He tries to snow ski each year and tries not to hurt himself. He is not a very good skier!
Consultant Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgeon`s paediatric and adults
Accredited at the Following Hospitals
Princess Alexandra Hospital , Woolloongabba
Royal Childrens Hospital soon to be LCCH (Lady Cilento Childrens Hospital, South Brisbane from end of November 2014)
Vice President, Australian Society of Head and Neck Surgeons
Chairman of Multidisciplinary Head and Neck Cancer Clinic, P A Hospital
Assoc Prof University of Queensland
Head and Neck Surgery
Indigenous Health Committee
4/225 Wickham Terrace
Brisbane QLD 4000
Brisbane Queensland 4000