Peninsula Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Peninsula Private Hospital specialist Edwina Moore

Dr Edwina Moore

BMedSci, MBBS (HONS), FRACS

Dr Edwina Moore is an experienced, compassionate and highly skillful Endocrine and Breast Surgeon who provides world-class surgical care for her patients on the Peninsula.

Dr Edwina Moore is an experienced, compassionate and highly skilful Breast and Endocrine Surgeon who provides world-class surgical care for her patients on the Peninsula.

Edwina graduated from the University of Tasmania with First Class Honours and two academic prizes in 2006. She completed her training in General Surgery in Melbourne and was awarded her fellowship by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2015. Edwina subsequently completed three years post-fellowship training in breast and endocrine surgery, in Australia and overseas.

Between 2017-2019, Edwina was employed by the prestigious Cleveland Clinic, Ohio (USA), where she completed training in all aspects of Endocrine Surgery (thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal and pancreas), including point of care ultrasound and fine needle aspiration.

Edwina has authored two chapters and multiple peer reviewed journal articles in the fields of General and Endocrine Surgery. She was awarded the top prize for research by the Diabetes and Metabolism Institute at the Cleveland Clinic.

Edwina is a member of numerous international and endocrine societies including; ANZES, AAES, IAES and AsAES. She is meticulous in all aspects of her work and personal life. In addition to being a surgeon, she is a mother of two children an wife of Vladimir Bolshinsky, who is a colorectal surgeon and works with her in their practice, 'Surgical Health Specialists'.

Thyroid surgery: for thyroid nodules, thyroid cancer, functional thyroid disease (eg.Graves') and multinodular goiters
Parathyroid surgery: for primary, secondary or tertiary disease
Adrenal surgery: for all aspects of investigation and management, including adrenal incidentalomas
Breast surgery: for benign lesions and cancer
Lymph node biopsies and dissection
Familial endocrinopathies
Diagnostic ultrasound and fine needle aspiration
'Lumps and bumps'