Prof Peter Hewett

MBBS, FRACS

Consults:

Colorectal Surgery

142 Ward Street, North Adelaide, SA 5006

480 Specialist Centre

480 North East Road, Windsor Gardens, SA 5087

Operates:

Calvary North Adelaide

Ashford Hospital

Tennyson Day Centre – scopes only

Western Hospital – scopes only

Public:

Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Specialises in:

Colonoscopy

Upper GI endoscopy

Treatment of haemorhoids including Transanal Haemorrhoidal Dearterialisation and excisional Haemorrhoidectomy

Anal Fistula repair

Anal fissure treatment

Sacral Nerve Stimulation

Rectal Prolapse repair

Colonic and Rectal resection for cancer

Inflammatory bowel disease and diverticulitis

Peritonectomy and Heated Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy for Pseudomyxoma Peritoneii and Abdominal Mesothelioma.

Peter is a specialist colorectal surgeon with over 25 years clinical experience. Peter is head of the Colorectal Surgical Unit at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and a Clinical Professor of Surgery at the University of Adelaide. He has extensive experience in colonoscopy, major colonic and rectal resection for cancer and other conditions, Peter offers specialised treatment of anorectal problems including haemorrhoids and fistula. He has extensive experience in the treatment of faecal incontinence by Sacral Nerve Stimulation. Peter's other major clinical interest is the treatment of conditions such as Pseudomyxoma Peritoneii and abdominal mesothelioma via Peritonectomy and Heated Intraperitoneal
Chemotherapy (HIPEC). This procedure is done at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Peter has received numerous research grants including NH&MRC grants and has supervised a number of postgraduate students for higher degrees. He has created and teaches a Masters Course in Minimally Invasive Surgery through the University of Adelaide. He is the author of over 100 peer reviewed published articles on a variety of topics.

Peter was an associate editor for Diseases of Colorectal Surgery from 2004 to 2009 and regularly reviews articles
for the British Journal of Surgery and the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery.

Peter has a position on the board of the Hospital Research Foundation.