Dr John Vidovich

Dr John Vidovich

Vascular Surgeon
East Melbourne VIC

VWA Provider Number: 0313372K


Dr. John Vidovich, a highly qualified Vascular Surgeon, with qualifications including a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery at Melbourne University, a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, England.

With specialized expertise in venous disorders of the lower limb, varicose veins, and arterial surgery, he demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of these areas.

Dr Vidovich is currently serving as an Honorary Consultant Medical Officer and Vascular Surgeon at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne, as well as holding the position of Clinical Associate at Melbourne University’s Department of Surgery.

He has held roles as a Vascular Surgeon at Werribee Mercy Hospital and as a Visiting Vascular Surgeon at St. Vincent’s Private Hospital and St. John of God Hospital. He has also served as an Examiner in Surgery at Melbourne University and an Adjunct Clinical Senior Lecturer at Notre Dame University. His active engagement in the medical community includes positions such as Honorary Secretary of the Australian Postgraduate Federation of Medicine, committee member of the Victorian Post Graduate Medical Foundation, and Surgery tutor at Newman College.

As a highly regarded member of his profession, he continues to demonstrate unwavering dedication to his field. Dr. Vidovich is widely acknowledged for his outstanding contributions to the realm of Vascular Surgery, earning him a reputation as a truly credible authority in of medico-legal matters.

Accreditations and Schemes:

  • American Medical Association Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 4th Ed
  • Medical Negligence
  • WorkSafe Victoria Independent ImpairmentAssessor (IIA)
  • Victoria Transport Accidents Commission (TAC)
  • Victoria Transport Accidents Commission Joint Medical Examiner (JME)

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