We’ve moved location!
We’ve expanded into new, larger premises.
Don’t worry, we haven’t moved far. We’re still located at Pindara Hospital, just in the building next door to our old address.
Our new rooms are located at Suite 14 (Level 2) Pindara Place, 13 Carrara St, BENOWA Q 4217.
Come Talk With Us
We host free information evenings so you can hear the facts from:
• The surgeon who will perform your surgery
• The team who will support you through your journey
• Patients who have walked the road before you
For any further queries please call (07) 5556 8888 or email email@example.com
Dr Jacobus “Jorrie” Jordaan
Specialist Upper Gastrointestinal and Endocrine Surgeon
Dr Jordaan is an Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeon who subspecialises in minimally invasive bariatric surgery. With over 25 years of surgical experience, he has performed many thousands of gastrointestinal procedures. Patients travel from around Australia to obtain his surgical care. He is professionally known for his meticulous surgical technique and attention to detail, exceptionally low complication rate and ethical conduct. He strives to provide excellent surgical care whilst maintaining a friendly, informal patient-doctor relationship.
We select the right procedure for you,
perform it with the utmost safety,
and support you through every step
with a multi-disciplinary team
that provides individualised care.
It’s safe and it works.
We are currently accepting expressions of interest for a series of webinars – so you can get all the information you need from the comfort of your home.
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