ABOUT MR ANTHONY HYETT
Breast / General Surgeon
Mr Hyett graduated from Melbourne University in 1987 and completed his surgical residency at St Vincent's hospital. After completing his second part FRACS general surgical examination in 1997, he completed three years experience in the United Kingdom including post fellowship breast training at St Thomas' Hospital, St George's Hospital and the Royal Marsden Trust in London.
In 2001 he returned to Australia to establist his private practice in Melbourne with successful consulting rooms in the western and eastern suburbs as well as the central area.
As a member of the Western and Austin Breast Units his special interests is in the diagnosis, and treatment, of benign and malignant breast disease and breast cancer management. utilising the clinical expertise and training acquired during the UK experience and in Australia.
Medical Registration AHPRA
Fellow Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
FRACS BreastANZ Member
Founding Member Melbourne Breast Surgeons Group
AMA -Australian Medical Association -Member
CURRENT HOSPITAL ADMITTING RIGHTS
Mr Hyett has admitting and operating privileges at:
Epworth Freemasons Private Hospital, East Melbourne
Epworth Private Hospital, Richmond
St Vincent’s Private Hospital, East Melbourne
St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Fitzroy
Warringal Private Hospital, Heidelberg
Austin Health, Heidelberg
Western Health -Footscray, Sunshine, Williamstown Hospitals
St Vincent’s Public Hospital as VMO to BreastScreen, Australia
ARTICLES/BOOK CHAPTERS PUBLISHED
1. Appendicocutaneous Fistula: A Hazard of Incomplete Appendicectomy. Aust. N.Z. Surg. (1995) 65, p144-145
2. Severe Bronchospasm in Rectal Carcinoid Resection. Aust. N.Z. Surg. (1995) 65, p450-451
3. Australian-United Kingdom Surgical Training Comparison. Bulletin of the Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. April 2000. Vol 82, No.4, p124-125
4. Breast Cancer In Men; Breast Surgery; A Companion in Specialist Surgical Practice. WB Saunders, Harcourt Publication 2001. Chapter 7, p171-194
5. Hormone Replacement Therapy and Benign Breast Disease. The Journal of the British Menopause Society. Volume 7,Number 1, March 2001, p16-20
6. A Woman with Multiple Primary Malignancies- The Li Fraumeni Like Syndrome. Continuing Medical Education Breast Journal, Rila Publications CME Breast, 2001 Volume 1. No 1.
7. Recurrent Phyllodes and the role of skin sparing mastectomy. Atalla, Rozen, Grinsell, Hyett, Prakash, Cham AJ Microsurgery, p267-272 2011
INTERNATIONAL SURGICAL MEETING PRESENTATION
TITLE: Thoracoscopy in a Regional Centre Ballarat Base Hospital
1996 – Annual Scientific Congress: Australasian College of Surgeons Meeting, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia