Dr Andrew Pearson

BAppSc (Phty) MBBS (Hons) FRACS FRACGP

Dr Andrew Pearson is a specialist General Surgeon with an interest in acute general surgery, trauma surgery and surgery of the liver, pancreas and biliary tract. He is also trained in gastroscopy and colonoscopy.

Dr Andrew Pearson
Dr Pearson has attained degrees in both Physiotherapy and Medicine from the University of Sydney and completed his Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons through Royal North Shore Hospital. Dr Pearson has completed a year of fellowship training in liver, pancreas and biliary surgery at Royal North Shore and has also attained a Fellowship in General Practice from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

His areas of special interest include acute, emergency and trauma surgery as well as surgery of the liver, pancreas and gallbladder. He also has an interest in abdominal wall hernia repair.

Dr Pearson is an active member of the Australian Defence Force and has deployed on multiple occasions to both military conflicts and on humanitarian assistance missions.

Dr Pearson has published research on emergency surgery, biliary malignancy and pancreatitis.

Dr Pearson consults on the Northern Beaches in Dee Why and on the upper North Shore in Hornsby. He operates at Mona Vale and Hornsby Ku-ring-gai hospitals and Dee Why Endoscopy and is accredited at the Sydney Adventist Hospital, North Shore Private Hospital and The Mater.

Andrew is a busy father of three children and a sporting enthusiast. He considers one of his biggest achievements having completed an ironman triathlon however now describes himself as a part time runner.
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DEE WHY MAIN ROOMS

Suite 21
4 Delmar Parade
Dee Why NSW 2099
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Dr Pincott also consults in Wahroonga
Suite 511
The San Clinic
185 Fox Valley Road
Wahroonga NSW 2076
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Dr Pearson also consults in Hornsby
Suite 7
25-29 Hunter St
Hornsby NSW 2077
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