Dr David Mitchell BSc MBBS FRACS
Upper GI Surgery
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Northside
Level 1 / 627 Rode Rd
Chermside QLD 4032
07 3350 2533
07 3350 2511
Dr David Mitchell is an Upper Gastro-intestinal, Bariatric and General Surgeon based in Brisbane. Dr Mitchell consults and operates at The Wesley Hospital, St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital and St Vincent’s Private Hospital Northside.
Dr Mitchell is a Queensland trained General, Upper Gastro-intestinal & Bariatric Surgeon. After completing a Bachelor of Science in Medical Science at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), David undertook his Medical Degree at the University of Queensland, which he completed in 2007. David commenced General Surgery training at The Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital in 2011. Following completion of his Fellowship (FRACS) in 2015, David underwent sub-speciality training in Upper Gastrointestinal & Bariatric Surgery. David completed his first year at one of Australia’s leading Upper Gastro-intestinal and Bariatrics Centres, Concord Hospital in Sydney.
David was then accepted onto the official Australian & New Zealand Gastro-Oesophageal Surgery Association (ANZGOSA) fellowship training program. He completed two further years of fellowship training at the Royal North Shore Hospital (Sydney) and The Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital (Brisbane). During this time, David furthered his interest in advanced oesophago-gastric cancer, reflux and bariatric surgery. During David’s final year of training, he held the position of University of Queensland Surgical Fellow, continuing his interest in teaching junior doctors and medical students.
David is currently appointed as an Upper Gastro-intestinal & Bariatric Surgeon at the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, where he is part of both the Bariatric and Upper Gastro-intestinal Cancer Multi-disciplinary Teams. David is a passionate general surgeon who actively participates in on-call general and trauma surgery. He is a member of ANZGOSA and ANZMOSS and has published and presented on eosophageal cancer, reflux and bariatric outcomes both nationally and internationally. David is currently enrolled in a PhD at Notre Dame University furthering his interest in the field of reflux surgery and its outcomes.