Dr Nikhil Agrawal is Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
Nikhil is a General Surgeon who has sub-specialist training in colorectal and laparoscopic surgery. He attended Medical school at Pune University in India graduating 1998 and completing a Master’s degree in general surgery in 2003.
After arriving in Australia in 2005, he spent 3 years doing a Fellowship in Trauma Surgery at Royal Perth Hospital. He then undertook general surgery speciality training becoming a FRACS in 2017. Dr Agrawal furthered his experience with a fellowship in acute surgery and colorectal surgery at Fiona Stanley Hospital. His Endoscopy and Colonoscopy training is recognised by the Conjoint Committee for the Recognition of Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. He has been practising in the Southwest since February 2017 and aims to continue to provide outstanding clinical care for the people of the South West region.
In addition to an ongoing commitment to clinical excellence, he is also a Co-Head of Department for Surgery at Bunbury Regional Hospital.
He is heavily involved in teaching and remains actively engaged in the training and examination of future doctors and surgeons. He is also responsible for the organisation and convening of Journal club and conferences for the trainees and Surgeons in the Southwest.
Good communication, collaboration, quality and value in healthcare are the cornerstones of Nikhils surgical practice. He endeavours to provide every patient with a thorough assessment, a comprehensive treatment plan, and high quality surgery. The highest quality surgery can only be achieved through collaboration with other health professionals and hospital staff who share the same vision of patient-centred care.