Dr Borrowdale attended the University of Queensland and completed a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (Hons). He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS).
Dr Borrowdale specialises in colorectal cancer surgery, hernia surgery breast cancer surgery, melanoma and skin cancer as well as Endoscopy and Colonoscopy procedures from our North Lakes location.
Naeem is a General Surgeon and Gastrointestinal Endoscopist with a special interest in Laproscopic, Breast, Colorectal and Hernia Surgery. Dr Khan completed his post graduate training in Queensland in 2011 after completing 5 years of advanced surgical training in the Princess Alexandra Hospital. Naeem is currently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland having previously worked as a General Surgeon in South Africa for 5 years; before relocating to Australia, where he undertook rotations in Townsville, Gold Coast, Logan, Ipswich and Nambour hospitals.
Dr McGregor completed his Medical Degree with first class honours from the University of Queensland. Following this he completed and was awarded a PhD from Monash University. He completed his advanced surgical training at the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital and at various hospitals around the state.
He has completed subspecialty training terms in paediatric, vascular, hepatobiliary, pancreatic, bariatric, breast, endocrine and colorectal surgery. He also trained in colonoscopy and upper endoscopy and is certified in both by the Gastrointestinal Society of Australia.
Dr McGregor is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS). He is a member of the Breast Section of the RACS, General Surgeons Australia and sits on the Qld Regional Board of General Surgery.
Dr Daniel Mehanna is a General Surgeon and Gastrointestinal Endoscopist with a special interest in laparoscopic, colorectal and hernia surgery.
Dr Mehanna obtained his medical degree from the University of New South Wales and trained in various hospitals including Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney.
After completion of his General Surgical Training in Australia he worked in Scotland for his fellowship year before settling in Queensland.
Dr Mehanna has a keen interest in teaching and education and the Director of Clinical Training at Caboolture Hospital, a Senior Lecturer (University of Queensland) as is member of the Academy of Surgical Educators.
He prides himself on delivering a professional yet personable service to which his patients can relate.