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Dr Jay Wiper

Specialty: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Practices at: MPHB
Phone 07 3844 6069
Fax07 3844 6696

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Plastic Surgery Queensland
Suite 2.02
Mater Private Clinic
550 Stanley Street
South Brisbane QLD 4101
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Dr Jay Wiper is a specialist plastic and reconstructive surgeon with Plastic Surgery Queensland Plastic, practicing at Mater Private Hospital Brisbane. He is the Deputy Director of the Plastic Surgery Unit, and Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. Dr Wiper's special interests lie in all types of skin cancer treatment and general plastic surgery.
Dr Wiper undertakes a wide range of complex microsurgical reconstructive procedures for both Head and Neck cancer and complex trauma. He is the current lead for the Skin Lesion and Assessment Management (SLAM) service facilitated through the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
After graduating from the University of Leeds, England in 2001, Dr Wiper was first appointed as a Consultant in 2013 in Leeds. He lead the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery service for one of the largest Major Trauma Centres (MTC) in the United Kingdom, and was an Examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He is frequently invited to lecture and teach in reconstructive techniques both nationally and internationally.
In 2019, Dr Wiper emigrated to Bribane and is now actively involved in teaching Surgical Registrars and is the current RACS SET Supervisor at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
Dr Wiper has completed two microsurgical fellowships including a Head and Neck Fellowship at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. He holds full board specialist qualifications for Plastic Surgery in both the United Kingdom and Australia, and is a member of Australian Plastic Surgery Society (ASPS) and British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (BAPRAS).
Dr Wiper is patient centred and aims to deliver high quality, timely care to all his patients.
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