Dr Neshanth Easwaralingam
Breast Cancer & General Surgeon
Dr Neshanth Easwaralingam (Dr Nesh) graduated from The University of Sydney with Honours before attaining his Masters of Surgery in 2020, also from The University of Sydney.
He then underwent a further two year post-fellowship training programme with BreastSurgANZ, working in
high-volume cancer centres including St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse. It was here he consolidated his surgical skills in oncological and minimally-invasive breast conservation surgery, including immediate breast reconstruction, lumpectomy, nipple-sparing mastectomy, and skin-sparing mastectomy.
Dr Nesh is a member and committee member of the ANZ Breast Cancer Trials Group and is an honorary scientific officer at The Garvan Institute, one of Australia’s premier research institutes.
He is also accredited by the Gastroenterological Society of Australia (GESA) to perform gastroscopy and colonoscopy. Other general surgeries he commonly performs include skin cancer surgery, hernia, gallbladder, haemorrhoids, fistulae and appendicectomy procedures.
Dr Nesh is passionate about maximising quality of life with the least amount of pain – and collaborates with a team of multidisciplinary experts including breast cancer nurses, oncologists, radiation oncologists, exercise physiologists and lymphoedema experts. He is also committed to using the least invasive surgical and laparoscopic techniques to help patients achieve optimal longevity and cosmetic results.
Dr Nesh consults and operates in Western Sydney but also welcomes regional patients from The Central Coast and other regional areas.
No Gap surgeon for pensioners
No Gap surgeon for all pensioners with private health cover, providing affordable breast cancer, bowel and general surgery.
Modern breast cancer surgeries
Modern breast cancer surgeries including immediate breast reconstruction, breast explant surgery, nipple-sparing mastectomy.
Rapid Access Clinic
Rapid Access for urgent patients who can be seen within 24 to 48 hours with a call from a GP (e.g. suspect breast or skin lesion or rectal bleeding)
Comprehensive care pathway, including L-Dex measurement before and after breast cancer surgery to help prevent lymphoedema