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Dr Lauren Exelby

Dr Lauren Exelby

Specialist Anaesthetist BSc, MBBS, FANZCA. PTEeXAM

Dr Lauren Exelby provides perioperative anaesthetic care for patients undergoing a wide variety of diagnostic, interventional and surgical procedures. Her areas of special interest are trauma and major surgery (particularly intra-abdominal and breast and endocrine surgery), urology, and plastic/reconstructive surgery.

She completed a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in 2000 and Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in 2004, both at the University of Queensland. Dr Exelby completed both her Diploma of Fellowship, Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (FANZCA) and American National Board of Echocardiography Advanced Preoperative Transoesophageal Echocardiography (PTEeXAM) Exam in 2013.

Dr Exelby spent her resident years at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (2005-07). She completed her anaesthetic training in South East Queensland hospitals, including Toowoomba, Logan, Mater Mothers, Adults and Children’s and Princess Alexandra, from 2008 to 2013. She has been a staff specialist in the Department of Anaesthesia at the Princess Alexandra Hospital since 2013.

Dr Exelby is a valued member of the River City Anaesthetic team and provides exemplary care to patients. She is also committed to medical student and junior doctor teaching and education and holds a Senior Lecturer position with The University of Queensland Medical School.

Dr Exelby is a member of the Australian Medical Association (AMA) and Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA).



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