Dr Mark Robinson

Dr Mark Robinson

M.B.,B.S. (QLD), F.R.A.C.S.(Orth)

Dr Mark Robinson was born in Queensland.  He grew up and was educated in Brisbane.  He completed a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at University of Queensland before starting work in the hospitals of South-East Queensland.  He completed his residency at Princess Alexandra Hospital.  He was trained as an Orthopaedic Surgeon and has a Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Orthopaedics).

The final six months of his general orthopaedic training was within the Hand Unit at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, as the senior Orthopaedic Registrar in the department.  He moved to Sydney and completed a twelve month Fellowship in Hand Surgery and Microsurgery at Sydney Hospital and St Lukes Hospital Hand Unit.  Dr Robinson then travelled to Wrightington Hospital, England, one of Europe’s most respected Upper Limb Units, for a Fellowship in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery.

On his return to Brisbane, he was the Acting Director of Orthopaedics at QE II Hospital for six months whilst establishing a private practice in Hand and Upper Limb Surgery and Microsurgery.  He became a visiting medical officer at QE II Hospital and established private practice at Mater Medical Centre, South Brisbane.

He has visited Cleveland to consult and operate since the opening of the Mater Private Hospital, Redlands.