Dr Reema Hadi is your female plastic surgeon
Dr Reema Hadi (FRACS, ASPS, ASAPS) is a Sydney based female plastic and cosmetic surgeon located in Gymea in the Sutherland Shire.
Her expertise encompasses all areas of plastic surgery, particularly areas such as: abdominoplasty/tummy tuck, labiaplasty, breast reduction, breast lift, fat grafting, upper blepharoplasty, lower blepharoplasty, facelift, neck lift, and skin cancers.
Her Surgeons.org profile
- Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (plastics)
- Member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons
- Member of the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
- Member of the Australian Medical Association
- Member of the Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery
Dr Reema Hadi’s medical and plastic surgery training
Dr Hadi has undergone 12 years of post-graduate training to become a Specialist Plastic Surgeon and obtained her fellowship from the Royal Australian College of Surgeons in Plastic Surgery. This encompasses aesthetic, reconstructive and hand surgery.
Dr Hadi completed her medical degree from the University of New South Wales in 2003.
Worked as Trauma surgeon in one Sydney’s busiest hospitals
Prior to her Plastics training, she successfully completed Basic Surgical Training, and undertook General Surgical Training Program at the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Dr Hadi completed three years of General Surgery training including a year of training in Vascular Surgery and trauma surgery, she worked as Trauma surgeon in one Sydney’s busiest hospitals. Throughout her training Dr Reema Hadi undertook a Masters Degree in Surgery by research from the University of New South Wales in 2010 and successfully completed it . Dr Reema Hadi published research on biofilms and infection control of surgical equipment and the surgical theatre environment.
Her Biofilm research directly contributed to setting new standards of infection control of Surgical equipment and Surgical Theatres
Citations of her research:
Hadi, R., et al. “Biofilm removal by medical device cleaners: comparison of two bioreactor detection assays.” Journal of Hospital Infection 74.2 (2010): 160-167.