B.Med.Sci MBBS FRACS(PLAS)
Dr Mirkazemi is:
- A Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS)
- A member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
- A member of the Australasian Cleft Lip and Palate Association
After completing secondary school in Tasmania, Mansoor spent a year performing voluntary service overseas, before being admitted to the School of Medicine at the University of Tasmania. Mansoor graduated in 1995, and completed his internship and two years of Basic Surgical Training at the Royal Hobart Hospital. He then worked as a registrar in Plastic Surgery with senior surgeons in Tasmania.
In 2002, Mansoor moved to Victoria, where he trained under the auspices of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in General Surgery for two years before taking an extra four years of advanced training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, where he trained in:
- Cosmetic surgery
- Hand surgery
- Reconstructive surgery
- Skin cancer surgery
His areas of expertise include facial rejuvenation, nasal refinement, reconstructive and aesthetic breast surgery, body contouring, skin cancer, melanoma and hand surgery. Mansoor is also currently working as a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at public hospitals with Monash Health and Eastern Health.
He is accredited with many private hospitals including:
- St Vincent’s Private Hospital-East Melbourne (formerly Mercy Private)
- Epworth Hospital
- Cabrini Hospital
- Ramsey Health Care Hospital
Mansoor is actively involved in the teaching of plastic surgery trainees and regularly attends local, national and international conferences and workshops to stay up to date with the latest innovations in the field of plastic, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He has presented his work in many meetings and conferences and published articles in peer-reviewed journals.
Mansoor also travels to Indonesia every year as an Interplast volunteer to help those people who do not have access to medical treatment. He treats children with cleft lips and palates, burn injuries, hand injuries and tumours.
The highest quality care comes through meticulous operative techniques and attention to detail alongside a genuine, caring and compassionate service.
Dr Michael Weymouth is a fully qualified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, holding a fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) since 2008. He is also a current member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and the International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (IPRAS). Michael is also a member of the Australian and New Zealand Burns Association (ANZBA), is a qualified instructor of the Emergency Management of Severe Burns course (EMSB) and a member of the Victorian Hand Surgery Society (VHSS).
Michael obtained his medical degree from the University of Adelaide in 1997, before undergoing basic surgical training at The Alfred Hospital. He then completed two years of advanced general surgical training, which included the fields of trauma and paediatric surgery, before obtaining selection to undergo a further four years of full-time training in plastic and reconstructive surgery. He underwent training in most of the major centres in Melbourne, including The Alfred, Austin and Repatriation, Royal Children’s and St. Vincent’s hospitals.
On completion of his fellowship in plastic and reconstructive surgery, Michael worked as a consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute, in the field of skin cancer surgery.
Currently, he holds consultant plastic surgeon positions at The Alfred hospital, where he is a member of the Victorian Melanoma Service and the oncoplastic breast reconstruction unit. He also practices at Austin Health as a hand surgeon involved in restorative surgeries for quadriplegic patients. He is also the supervisor of plastic surgical training at Austin Health.
In addition, Michael is a member of staff at the Victorian Adult Burns Service, at The Alfred hospital, being one of the principal surgeons involved in treating burns victims of the now infamous Black Saturday bushfires.
Michael is known for his high standard of surgical competency and his genuine, caring manner. He applies this altruistic approach to all facets of his work, whether it be aesthetic or reconstructive.
His special interests include: reconstructive and cosmetic breast surgery, skin cancer surgery, hand surgery, burns injuries and management, body contouring surgery, gynaecomastia surgery and microsurgery.