Dr Frank Hsieh
Dr Frank Hsieh is a Sydney based plastic surgeon. He received his medical degree from Cambridge University (UK). As a medical student, he was attracted to the art and science of plastic surgery and participated in breast reconstruction research. This has culminated in many international lectures, scientific papers and multiple best PRS research awards. Dr. Hsieh completed his plastic surgery training in Sydney and was awarded FRACS (Plast) by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He then received the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Scholarship to undertake a one-year fellowship in Reconstructive Microsurgery with Professor Fu-Chan Wei at world-renowned Chang-Gung Memorial Hospital in Taiwan.
He is currently a VMO in Westmead, Bankstown Hospitals and multiple private hospitals. He is a Clinical Lecturer for Sydney University Medical School and is also the Educational Supervisor for Plastic Surgery trainees at Westmead Hospital. He specializes in microvascular Head & Neck reconstruction, Breast reconstruction, and General/Asian Aesthetic surgery.
Dr Hsieh is fluent in English and Mandarin.