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Dr. Nadine de Alwis


Australian Trained Otorhinolaryngologist

Otologist and Cochlear Implant Suregon

About Me

Dr. Nadine de Alwis is an otorhinolaryngologist who sub-specializes in otology and cochlear implant services. She completed a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery at The University of Melbourne. Dr Nadine de Alwis was awarded fellowship of The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in 2017. Following this, she commenced an ENT consultant surgeon position in Cairns. In 2019 Dr Nadine de Alwis moved to Sydney to complete fellowship training in Neurotology, specifically major ear surgery such as mastoidectomy for cholesteatoma, stapedectomy, cochlear implantation, bone conduction hearing implants and vestibular schwannoma (aka acoustic neuroma) surgery. She also has experience in endoscopic ear surgery and management of sudden sensorineural hearing loss.

Dr. de Alwis is based in Ballarat. She provides otology services for our Victorian Otolaryngology Head & Neck Services Practice at Holmesglen Private Hospital on a visiting basis and in conjunction with Cassandra Kerr Audiology and with the support of Associate Professor Elizabeth Sigston and Holmesglen Private Hospital has established a private Cochlear Implant service at Holmesglen Private Hospital in Moorabbin.

Dr. de Alwis sees both public and private patients and provides access for public patients requiring surgery at the Alfred Hospital and Royal Victorian eye and Ear Hospital.

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