Dr Rohan Page

Specialist Plastic Surgeon


Dr Rohan Page completed his medical training at the University of Western Australia (UWA) in 1993, graduating with degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. 

After a further 10 years of post-graduate training through Royal Perth Hospital, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, and Princess Margaret Hospital – including 5 years of comprehensive specialist training in all aspects of Adult and Paediatric Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Dr Page became a Specialist Plastic Surgeon in 2003 when he was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 

Soon after, he was selected to work as a Fellow in Plastic Surgery at the prestigious Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, UK, where he developed his surgical knowledge and techniques alongside world leaders in hand surgery, craniofacial surgery, ear reconstruction surgery, cleft lip and palate surgery. 

In 2004, he was appointed as a Clinical Instructor in Plastic Surgery at Stanford University Hospital in California, USA. In addition to providing high quality surgical care to patients as a Specialist Plastic Surgeon working in an internationally renowned centre of excellence, he was actively involved in training junior surgeons and publishing research papers. 

In 2007, he returned to Perth to work in private practice. 

Dr Page is a founding member of the Western Australian Plastic Surgery Centre. He is also a Consultant Specialist Plastic Surgeon at Perth Children’s Hospital and Head of Department at St John of God Hospital Subiaco.

Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS)

Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)

Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS)

Australian Hand Surgery Society

Australian Medical Association (AMA)

Western Australian Hand Surgery Society

Western Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons

American Hand Surgery Society (AHSS)

American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)

Clinical Mentor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Western Australia (UWA) and the University of Notre Dame Australia.

Actively involved in training other medical professionals, ranging from both undergraduate and postgraduate students through to General Practitioners and trainee surgeons.

Published in The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery, Annals of Plastic Surgery, and the American Journal of Hand Surgery, in addition to presenting research papers at several international plastic surgery conferences.

Involved with Interplast, a charity organisation that provides free surgery to children and adults throughout the Asia Pacific region.

Breast Surgery:

Breast augmentation, breast lift (mastopexy), breast reduction, breast implant revision (implant removal +/- replacement). 

Body Surgery:

Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), brachioplasty (arm lift/reduction), gynaecomastia (male breast), lipofilling/body fat transfer, liposculpting, liposuction, thigh lift/reduction. 

Facial Surgery:

Blepharoplasty (eyelid rejuvenation), brow lift, face lift (including MACS face lift), neck lift, otoplasty (prominent ear correction). 

Skin Surgery: Scar revision.

Hand Surgery 

Melanoma and Skin Cancer 


Paediatric Plastic Surgery 

Cosmetic Surgery

Breast Surgery 

Facial Plastic Surgery

Body Contouring Surgery 


Dunsborough Medical Centre, Dunsborough

St John of God Hospital, Subiaco

St John of God Wembley Day Surgery, Wembley


St John of God Hospital, Subiaco

West Leederville Private Hospital, West Leederville

St John of God Wembley Day Surgery, Wembley


When considering a plastic or cosmetic surgery procedure, the most important decision you will make is your choice of surgeon. It is important to check they are a Specialist Plastic Surgeon and a member of both the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) and the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).

A Specialist Plastic Surgeon is a Commonwealth Government accredited plastic surgeon, who has been trained and qualified in Australia to perform invasive reconstructive and cosmetic plastic surgery in both public and private hospitals, and accredited day surgeries.

Dr Rohan Page is a fully accredited member of RACS and ASPS who has been awarded the distinction of FRACS. This means he is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and has completed a minimum of 12 years medical and surgical education, with at least 5 years of specialist post-graduate training. The title of Specialist Plastic Surgeon can only be used by FRACS approved specialist surgeons in the recognised specialty of plastic surgery.

Dr Rohan Page is also on the Specialists Register of Plastic Surgeons maintained by the Medical Board of Australia (MBA), supported by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). These are the highest levels of qualification and accreditation possible in plastic and cosmetic surgery in Australia.

It’s important to know there is a significant difference between a Specialist Plastic Surgeon and a ‘cosmetic surgeon’.

In Australia, a surgeon is understood to indicate a person who has undertaken substantial surgical training in addition to their basic medical degree. However, it is currently legal for medical graduates to call themselves a ‘cosmetic surgeon’ – an unofficial title that misleads patients and can jeopardise their health. Self-described ‘cosmetic surgeons’ may include individuals who have failed their GP exams and hold only elementary medical school degrees.

By comparison, there is not the same level of accreditation and training for doctors calling themselves ‘cosmetic surgeons’ and consequently, their training, skills and experience can vary greatly.