Professor Hollands completed his early surgical training at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney. He then travelled overseas, completing his surgical training in the United Kingdom at The Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith and Guys Hospital in London. He then worked at the Harvard Medical School Campus at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston and Queen Mary Hospital, Hong Kong. Since returning to Australia he has worked at Westmead Hospital.
Professor has recently served as President of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and is a current member of a number of national healthcare related committees including the Australian Medical Council and the National Medical Training Advisory Network. He is currently Chairman of the Committee of College Presidents.
Professor Hollands has admitting rights at Westmead Public Hospital, Westmead Private Hospital, Norwest Private Hospital and the Sydney Adventist Hospital (SAN).
Professor Hollands’ range of work covers surgery of the gastrointestinal tract including:
- Laparoscopic (Keyhole)
- Gastrointestinal and Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery including gastrointestinal cancer, cholecystectomy
- (removal of the gall bladder) and reflux surgery
- Laparoscopy including hernia surgery
- Endoscopy – both gastroscopy and colonoscopy
- Perianal conditions
- Scrotal conditions