Dr Vincent Braniff

Dr Vincent Braniff grauduated from the University of Adelaide in 1993; after an internship at the Royal Adelaide Hospital he returned to Sydney and completed his residency at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney.
He maintained part-time work in the accident and emergency unit, whilst undertaking full time army service as a Regimental Medical Officer for the next 4 years and subsequent reserve service. After this he undertook periods of surgical training and work as a registrar at St Vincent’s & Liverpool Hospitals. This was interspersed with work internationally in Azerbaijan, Georgia, Mali, Nigeria, China, and Borneo.

Subsequently Dr Braniff worked as a locum surgical registrar at Tweed Heads Hospital and, for the last decade permanent part-time, in Emergency at the Allamanda Private Hospital on the Gold Coast. In addition he is the resident Honorary Medical Officer & tutor at St Paul’s College, Sydney University, and is undertaking a part time Master of Arts by Research in international relations, having completed a Bachelor of Arts (European Studies).

Dr Braniff first worked as a bariatric physician in 2006 and has continued to work with bariatric surgeons in Australia and internationally since. Dr Braniff provides an excellent clinical services and support to our patients, as part of the specialised and experienced multidisciplinary Aftercare team.

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