Dr Shaun Costello
MB BS 1983 Lond; MRCP 1986; MSc 1989 Glasgow; FRCR 1990
Since completing training at the Royal Free Hospital and surviving the pre registration year I first went to Aberdeen (very cold) to study for the MRCP, after achieving the exam in 1986 I moved to Glasgow (very wet) to train in Clinical Oncology I qualified in 1990 with the FRCR picking up an MSc in Medical and Clinical Oncology on the way.
I spent my Senior Registrar year in Christchurch Hospital (warm and dry) and was appointed Consultant in Oncology at Dunedin Hospital (warm and wet) in 1992. I was involved in developing and directing the National Stereotactic Radiosurgery Service. In 1996 I was elected to the Fellowship of the Royal college of Physicians of Glasgow .
In 2001 I was recruited to Ontario Canada as Medical Director for the new cancer centre In Grand River (bloody cold) which opened July 2003 a $56 million technological cathedral. to modern medicine and the use of gadgets in medicine. In 2002 I became fellow of the Canadian College .
I was re recruited to Dunedin in September 2003 to work in the Oncology Service, in December 2003 I was appointed Director of Medical Services for Healthcare Otago.
My principal interests include :
- and Prostate Cancer
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Full NZ Registration Date
27 June 1991