Maxine Ronald is a General and Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon who has recently returned to Northland and is a descendant of Nga Puhi and Ngati Wai.
After completing her surgical training in New Zealand she took up a Colorectal/Acute Surgical Unit fellowship in Fremantle Hospital, Perth. Following this she completed an oncoplastic fellowship at Royal Perth Hospital.
Maxine is the Deputy Chair of the Indigenous Health Committee of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. She has a special interest in improving Maori cancer health outcomes which remain below those of non-Maori.
Although her specialty is breast surgery she is very interested in acute General Surgery and trauma and is committed to improving access to acute care and streamlining the acute care pathway.
MB ChB 2005 Auckland
Breast / Oncoplastic Surgery
Acute General Surgery
Title or Designation
General Surgeon - Breast and Oncoplastic
OncoplasticBreast Fellowship - Royal Perth Hospital, Western Australia, 2014
Colorectal / Acute Surgical Unit Fellowship - Freemantle Hospital, Perth, Western Australia, 2013
Full NZ Registration Date
9 December 2005