Dr Andrew Cree

MBBS(Hons) FAOrthA FRACS(Orth)

Languages: English


  • Orthopaedics

Areas of Interest

  • Spinal Surgery
  • Paediatric spine

Mater Hospital, North Sydney, NSW

3/22 Clarke Street
Crows Nest NSW 2065

T: (02) 9437 4755

F: (02) 9437 4766

Westmead Specialist Centre
Suite 5, 16-18 Mons Rd
Westmead NSW 2145

The Stadium Sports Medicine Clinic
Byron Kennedy Hall
Entertainment Quarter
Moore Park NSW 2021

T: (02) 9687 6766

F: (02) 8323 6555


Dr Andrew Cree is an experienced orthopaedic surgeon with a particular interest in the spine and how related conditions present in both adults and children.

Dr Andrew Cree is a highly trained surgeon with expertise in all spinal disorders. He has comprehensive training in cervical spine, keyhole surgery and image guided techniques along with further experience in the management of trauma and spinal deformity. He also has sub-specialist fellowship training in spinal surgery.

Andrew trained through the University of Sydney and the Australian Orthopaedic Association Training Programme with Fellowship of the RACS awarded in 1998. His subspecialist training was undertaken at Royal North Shore Hospital.

Further training in adult and paediatric spinal reconstructive surgery was then completed at the University of Miami and Miami Children's Hospital and a faculty appointment in the departments of orthopaedic surgery and neurosurgery, University of Washington was undertaken 1999-2000.

Andrew has a particular interest in teaching and is the director of the spine surgery fellowship programmes at CHW and RNSH. He is the director of the children's spine and scoliosis service at the Children's Hospital Westmead and is an active member of the Spine Society of Australia and the Scoliosis Research Society.

Andrew provides clinical services at the Mater, North Shore Private and Westmead Private Hospitals and also consults at Stadium Orthopaedics.

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