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A/Prof Nicholas Ngui

A/Prof Nicholas Ngui

BSc (Med), MBBS (UNSW, Hons), FRACS


  • General Surgery
  • Breast Surgery



Associate Professor Nicholas Ngui is a highly experienced surgeon who has been working at Sydney Adventist Hospital since 2014, consulting at Northern Surgical Oncology (NSO) onsite at the San. He grew up in Sydney, went to James Ruse Agricultural High School and completed his medical degree with honours from the University of NSW in 2003. He did his surgical training in Sydney and was awarded his FRACS in 2011. This was followed by further postgraduate surgical oncology fellowship training in breast and endocrine surgery. He is a full member of BreastSurgANZ and ANZ Endocrine Surgeons.

Dr Nicholas Ngui is a Clinical Associate Professor with the Australian National University at the Sydney Adventist Hospital. He is heavily involved in the training of medical students, junior doctors and instructs on several courses with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He attends weekly multidisciplinary cancer meetings with other health specialists, discussing the care and management of cancer patients to ensure that the most up to date, evidence-based treatment is provided. He is a strong advocate of practicing current up to date evidence based medicine.

Dr Nicholas Ngui specialises in the following areas:
- Breast surgery (breast cancer surgery, advanced oncoplastic & reconstruction, breast reduction surgery)
- Thyroid & parathyroid surgery
- Skin cancer surgery (melanomas and non-melanoma skin cancers)
- General surgery including laparoscopic and open surgery (hernias, gallstones)


Associate Professor Nicholas Ngui is the principal investigator for several research studies, many coordinated through the San. He is an active clinical researcher and supervises numerous junior doctors in their research projects. He continues to publish numerous papers in international peer reviewed journals each year and regularly presents at international conferences on topics in breast cancer surgical oncology. His dedication to teaching and research has led to him achieving academic and teaching awards.


  • Sydney Adventist Hospital