Dr. Natalia GaribottoEndocrine Surgeon

Dr. Natalia GaribottoDr. Natalia Garibotto
Dr Natalia Garibotto attended the University of Sydney, graduating with honours in Medical Science before completing a Medical degree. Her early training as a junior doctor was at RPAH before traveling to the UK to live, study and work where she gained membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (MRCS).  She returned to Australia to undergo her surgical training and gained her fellowship in General Surgery with Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS). She went on to do 3 years of post-fellowship training at St George Public Hospital, Wollongong Hospital and The Royal Perth Hospital in Western Australia in Breast, Endocrine and Head & Neck Surgery.
Dr Garibotto manages surgical diseases of the thyroid, parathyroid, salivary gland and adrenals. She is current convener of the St George Adrenal MDT. She has been trained in and manages all types of breast disease, general surgical conditions with both laparoscopic and open techniques.
Dr Garibotto is currently completing her Masters in Advanced Surgery at the University of Sydney and Chris Obrien’s Lifehouse. She has presented research in both Australian and overseas conferences including the World Congress in Thyroid cancer in Boston USA in 2017 and the Melbourne International Joint Breast Congress in 2018. She has a love of teaching and has a position as a tutor at the University of Sydney Medical School and has taught on numerous courses.
She is also a fluent Spanish speaker.

BMedSci(Hons), MBBS, MRCS(Ed), FRACS

  • Accredited at the Following Hospitals

    St George Private Hospital

    Sydney South West Private Hospital

Practice Locations

  • Dr Natalia Garibotto

    St George Private Hospital, Suite 10a, Level 3, 1 South Street

    Kogarah, Sydney, New South Wales 2217


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Australian & New Zealand Endocrine Surgeons

Suite 202 Level 2 AMA House 69 Christie Street ST LEONARDS, NSW 2065

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