Mr Cameron Keating is a Victorian trained Specialist Plastic, Reconstructive, Hand & Wrist Surgeon, who was awarded Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2017. He has undertaken post-fellowship training in Hand & Wrist Surgery at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne and Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney as part of the Australian Hand Surgery Society PFET program. Cameron has expertise in Hand & Wrist Surgery and Aesthetic Surgery and has undertaken Aesthetic Surgery observerships in Sydney, Melbourne, and Hobart. He holds a public appointment at the Royal Hobart Hospital and his private practice is the Hobart Institute of Plastic Surgery in the Hobart CBD.
Cameron is the founder and director of the Tas MedTech Lab developing devices for improving healthcare in partnership with the University of Tasmania. He is also passionate about volunteering and using his surgical skills for the benefit of patients in developing countries. He was the inaugural Avant Interplast New Fellow in 2019-20, undertaking an annual two-week aid surgical program in Laos for paediatric and adult patients suffering from burns, trauma, and congenital deformities. Cameron is married to Julia whose field is humanitarian aid work and has two young daughters Lily and Ava. They returned from Melbourne in 2018 to raise their children in Hobart, close to Cameron’s family.