Dr Marcia Mickelburgh

Dr Marcia Mickelburgh is an Australian trained Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. She completed her graduate medical degree at the University of Queensland before undertaking her residency at The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. She commenced advanced surgical training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 2008. She has trained in all the major Queensland metropolitan hospitals and was awarded her fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in January 2015.

Following her training, Dr Mickelburgh was appointed as a consultant plastic surgeon at both The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and the Princess Alexandra Hospital where she was involved in breast reconstruction, hand trauma and head and neck reconstruction. In both her roles she was involved in the training and teaching of both trainees, residents and medical students.

Dr Mickelburgh is delighted to have returned to Cairns with her young family and now operates at Cairns Private Hospital, Cairns Day Surgery and Cairns Base Hospital.Her special interests include breast reconstruction, aesthetic breast surgery, skin cancer and hand surgery.

Visit Dr Mickelburgh’s website for more information:  www.drmickelburgh.com.au

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Dr Jaeme Zwart

Dr Jaeme Zwart is an Australian trained Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. He completed his medical degree at the University of Queensland in 1995 and completed his advanced surgical training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 2005when he was awarded his fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.  He has trained in all the major Queensland metropolitan hospitals.  He is also a member of the Australian Medical Association.

Dr Jaeme Zwart has practiced privately and publicly in Cairns since July 2005.  He has a keen interest in Breast Reconstruction, hand surgery and microsurgery.  He is involved in the training and teaching of both trainees, residents and medical students at the Cairns Hospital and has been a constant advocate for Plastic Surgical services to Far North Queensland since moving to Cairns in 2005.

Dr Zwart has enjoyed the experience of being involved with several trips to Papua New Guinea and Fiji with the Rotary International Interplast team. Interplast is a not-for-profit organization working to empower our neighbors through surgical treatment for patients and training for local medical staff.

For more information on Interplast and Rotary please use the links.
www.interplast.org.au