About Peter

Mr Peter Maloney graduated medicine at the University of Queensland in 1997 and chose orthopaedic surgery as his specialty. He completed a Hand Fellowship with the Victorian Hand Surgery Associates in 2006, and with the Sydney Hand Unit in 2007, continuing there as a locum hand surgeon in 2008.

Peter was then accepted for a Hand and Peripheral Nerve Fellowship with Professor C. Oberlin in Paris, France from 2008 – 2009. He then returned to Australia in 2009 to open his private practice and join the Victorian Hand Surgery Associates.

He now works as a Consultant Hand Surgeon at St Vincent’s public hospital, Dandenong Hospital (Monash Health), and as a visiting Hand Surgeon at St Vincent’s Private Hospital in Fitzroy and Kew, and at Mulgrave Private Hospital.

Peter consults in Bendigo regularly to provide a rural and regional service.

Continuing medical education programmes are undertaken through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, and Peter is actively involved in registrar education. He is a member of the Australian Hand Surgery Society.

He is also a Interplast volunteer, travelling to Madang and Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea to take part in hand surgery missions, and is currently a member of the Interplast Clinical Governance Committee.