Mr Grant Pang is an Australian trained orthopaedic surgeon with special interest in hip and knee joint reconstruction / replacement surgery, shoulder reconstruction and musculoskeletal tumours. He gained his medical degree at the University of Melbourne and completed his orthopaedic training in Victoria in February 2008.


Since completing his orthopaedic training with the Australian Orthopaedic Association, he has worked for one year as a trauma fellow at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, managing complex musculoskeletal trauma associated with motor vehicle and work related accidents. Following this, he spent 12 months in the United Kingdom working at the esteemed Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in London. This fellowship involved all aspects of hip and knee joint reconstruction and management of musculoskeletal tumours / Sarcoma.


Mr Pang operates privately at the St Vincent's Private Hospital in Fitzroy, Warringal Private Hospital in Heidelberg and Northpark Private Hospital in Bundoora. He also currently works publicly at the St Vincent's Hospital and   Peter MaCallum Cancer Centre (Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre) as a specialist consultant orthopaedic surgeon. He is committed to the training of orthopaedic surgeons in Melbourne with his role as the Director of Training at the St Vincent's Hospital and the Deputy Chair of the Victorian and Tasmania Regional Training Committee.


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Professional Memberships
Mr Grant Pang is a Fellow of the:

He is a member of the:
- Asian-Pacific Musculoskeletal Tumour Society

- Deputy Chair
- Bone School Co-ordinator
- Director of Training at the St Vincent's Hospital

He is a reviewer for the:
- Australian and New Zealand Journal for surgery
- Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (US)