|Mr Aaron Tay|
Aaron is a Specialist Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Knee Orthopaedic Surgeon with a caring and dedicated approach to his patients.
Aaron was born in Singapore and grew up in Perth, attending school, university and working at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital before moving to NSW to commence Orthopaedic surgical training.
On completing his Orthopaedic degree, he worked overseas in several countries. In France, he worked with internationally recognised Sub-Speciality Shoulder Surgeons in Rennes and Lyon, performing arthroscopic shoulder procedures and joint replacement surgery. In Canada, with a specialised Shoulder, Elbow & Knee Orthopaedic Clinic, working with the professional ice hockey and football teams.
In 2011, Aaron returned with his international experience to Perth, taking up an appointment at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and beginning practice at Hollywood Orthopaedic Group. At the University of Western Australia, he holds a Senior Lecturer position and is involved in anatomy teaching, running courses and laboratory sessions.
Today Aaron continues to work at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital as the Head of Department, providing an upper limb, knee and general trauma service to the public. He has a special interest in the difficult reconstructions of the shoulder and elbow. He is actively involved in the training of Orthopaedic Surgeons and is the past Director of Orthopaedic Training at this location and is the Supervisor of the SCGH Upper Limb and Trauma Fellowship which attracts international applicants.
Privately, Aaron brings his local, interstate and international experience in a friendly, caring and approachable manner to his patients. He consults out the Hollywood Orthopaedic Group and operates at Hollywood Hospital.
University of Western Australia
Medical Board of Australia – General Registration
Private Hospital Visiting Rights
Current Appointments – Public Hospitals
“Suprascapular Nerve; Does Neuropathy exist with Massive Rotator Cuff Tears? A prospective Electromyography Study.”
P Collin, A Tay, L Favard
Presented at American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Meeting 7th Feb 2012