Dr Nicholas Jorgensen is a Queensland-based Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in foot and ankle surgery, primary and revision arthroplasty, limb reconstruction, and pelvic and general trauma surgery. He is currently practicing at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
Dr Jorgensen completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Queensland and went on to complete his medical studies in 2009. During medical training Dr Jorgensen spent time within multiple Queensland institutions and at Shriners Hospital For Children, Portland. In 2020 Dr Nicholas Jorgensen was awarded Fellowship of the Australasian College of Surgeons. He has gained specialist orthopaedic training within paediatric orthopaedics, from Shriners Hospital for Children, Portland, foot and ankle reconstruction surgery from Prince of Wales Hospital, New South Wales and trauma and reconstructive surgery from the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Brisbane.
Dr Jorgensen is passionate about outreach to developing countries. He intends to maintain a lifelong involvement treating patients with limb deformity, complex orthopaedic deformities, and generalised orthopaedic practice, who live in areas with compromised access to healthcare.
Dr Jorgensen is available for appointments in relation to independent medical examinations, workplace injuries, transport accidents, public liability matters and total permanent disability. Dr Jorgensen is also available for complex case discussion, file review and telemedicine assessments.