Dr Fiona Hill
Dr Hill in an Otolarynogology, Head and Neck Surgery (ENT) Consultant in Victoria, Australia. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons and a member of the Australasian Society of Otolarynogology-Head and Neck Surgery.
She graduated from medical school with honours in 2008, topping her class in multiple fields. She has completed a research thesis for which she achieved 1st class honours and was a Finalist for Scientific Achiever in the Australian of the Year awards. She worked at Royal Melbourne Hospital as a General Surgeon before completing five years of specialist training in Otolaryngology in Victoria. She has special interests in paediatric surgery, nasal surgery and all forms of ear disease and hearing loss. She is one of the few surgeons in Australia with experience in all forms of surgical hearing restoration, such as cochlear implants.
Dr Hill has completed advanced fellowship training in London’s leading hospitals, including Evelina Children’s Hospital and Guys an St Thomas Trust. During her time with the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Trust team, the unit was awarded The Sun Newspaper’s Award for their groundbreaking advances in implant technology.
She has been an invited speaker at major international ENT conferences, she has published more than 20 scientific papers and delivered more than 25 presentations. She has won multiple scholarships, prizes and grants for her academic work including the Jean-Rogerson Scholarship, the Stein Scholarship and the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Research Grant.
Dr Hill presently holds a public position at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and The Alfred. She has private rooms in Richmond and Moonee Ponds, operating out of Epworth Private Hospital and St Vincent Private Hospital. She has spent the last nine years working in the field of Otolaryngology and is passionate about attention to detail, communication and patient-centred care.