Institute of Plastic Surgery
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Mr Frank Kimble
MBChB(Hons), FRCS(Eng), FCS(SA)Plast, MMed(Surg), FRACS
Frank Kimble qualified as a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon in 1991. He trained in the United Kingdom and South Africa. In 1998, he immigrated to Hobart, Tasmania and took up the position of Head of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Royal Hobart Hospital. In addition to this, he is a Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at University of Tasmania and takes a keen interest in research and teaching. He has published in the fields of hand surgery, facial surgery, hand infections and genital reconstruction. Outside of surgery, his hobbies include the martial arts of Aikido and Iaido, woodwork, photography, Japanese cooking and bonsai.
Mr Nitin Sharma
MBBS, MS(Surg), DNB(Plast), FRACS(Plast)
Mr Nitin Sharma graduated from the Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India in 1996. He subsequently qualified as a general surgeon in 1999 before proceeding to super specialize in plastic surgery. Mr Sharma qualified as a plastic surgeon in 2001 and furthered his postgraduate training by doing a fellowship at the renowned Singapore General Hosptial between 2003 and 2005.
In March 2005, Mr Sharma immigrated to Hobart, Tasmania and was awarded Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Plastic Surgery. Mr Sharma established his Plastic Surgical practice in 2008 and priovides a wide range of Plastic and Reconstructive procedures. He has a special interest in Hand Surgery, offering procedures for Congenital and Acquired hand Conditions including Finger Joint Replacement for Arthritis. Mr Sharma also offers Body Contouring Procedures like Breast Reduction and Lift, Abdominoplasty, Arm and Thigh Lift, Liposuction.
Mr Nitin Sharma volunteers his surgical expertise in the field of Cleft Lip and palate surgery by travelling annually to the Philippines with Helping Chrildren Smile, a Queensland based charitible ordanization to perform life changing cleft surgery.
Mr Sharma is a keen Photographer and organises an annual Photographic Competetion at the Royal Hobart Hospital. Other Hobbies include Bonsai, Gold and Travel.
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