Dr Kai Brown

BSc(Med) Hons, MBBS, PhD, FRACS

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Languages: English


  • General Surgery

Areas of Interest

  • Treatment of tumours and diseases of the liver, pancreas and gallbladder.
  • Abdominal wall hernias

Mater Hospital, North Sydney, NSW

The Tom Reeve Academic Surgical Clinic,
Ground Floor/North Kolling Building,
Royal North Shore Hospital,
10 Westbourne Street,
St Leonards NSW 2065

T: (02) 7258 0450

F: (02) 7258 0452

E: reception@drkaibrown.com.au


Kai Brown is a hepatobiliary, pancreatic and general surgeon at Royal North Shore Hospital, North Shore Private Hospital and Mater Hospital in Sydney, Australia. His main areas of expertise are in treatment of tumours and diseases of the liver, pancreas and gallbladder, as well as abdominal wall hernias. Kai has a particular interest in minimally invasive surgical techniques and is the Academic Lead for Robotic surgery at Royal North Shore Hospital.

Kai graduated from the University of New South Wales with a degree in Medicine and a first-class honours degree in Medical Science. He undertook specialist general surgery training at Royal North Shore Hospital and obtained his Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in 2019. During this time, he also completed a PhD researching colorectal liver metastases at the University of Sydney, resulting in several scholarships, prizes, publications, and presentations at a national and international level. Kai went on to do a further three years of subspecialty fellowship training with the Australian & Aotearoa New Zealand, Hepatic, Pancreatic & Biliary Association (AANZHPBA) in hepatopancreatobiliary and liver transplant surgery in major high-volume centres across Australia, including Westmead Hospital in Sydney, The Austin Hospital in Melbourne, and Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane. He has a keen and ongoing interest in teaching medical students and junior doctors, as well as clinical and translational research through his academic appointment at the University of Sydney and is a member of the Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group (AGITG).
Dr Brown sees both public and private patients in his rooms located on the Royal North Shore campus. Dr Brown is committed to improving patient outcomes through a tailored and evidence-based approach and is dedicated to treating each patient with the care he would like his own family to receive.

Academic Lead, Robotic Surgery, SERT Institute, Royal North Shore Hospital
National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP) Surgical Champion, Royal North Shore Hospital
Senior Lecturer in Surgery, Northern Clinical School, The University of Sydney

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