Dr Richard Jamieson is a fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeon with a subspecialty expertise in upper limb surgery. Dr Jamieson was raised in Hobart and graduated from the University of Tasmania Medical School with First Class Honours, a Deans Honour Role and was also admitted to the Golden Key Society. He completed a Masters in Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Queensland and the AOA Surgical Anatomy Course at the University of Sydney. Dr Jamieson completed orthopaedic fellowship training in Tasmania and Victoria in metropolitan and regional centres. Dr Jamieson then went on to complete a hand and upper limb fellowship at the Melbourne Orthopaedic Group, Dandenong and Austin Hospitals. He has also completed further fellowship training overseas at the Kaplan Hand Institute in Barcelona, Wrightington Hospital in the United Kingdom and Amphia Hospital in the Netherlands.
Dr Jamieson operates privately at Calvary Hospital, Lenah Valley, Calvary St. John’s Hospital, along with the Hobart Private Hospital. He also has a public appointment at the Royal Hobart Hospital.
With an interest in clinical and biomechanical research, Dr Jamieson is an active contributor to this field. He has published multiple papers contributing to the body of knowledge in the fields of shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand conditions. He also holds a clinical lecturer position at the University of Tasmania providing both formal and informal teaching sessions with students and registrars.
In his free time Dr Jamieson enjoys spending time with his young family. He is a keen surfski paddler, cyclist and skier.
Dr Jamieson is available for consultations in Hobart and other areas by special request. He is available for bookings in relation to independent medical examinations, workplace injuries, transport accidents, public liability matters and total permanent disability. Dr Jamieson is also available for complex case discussion, telemedicine assessment and file review.
BMedSci, MBBS (Hons), MHS (Clin. Epi.), FRACS, FAOrthA
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Australian Orthopaedic Association