Dr Lachlan Maddock is an experienced specialist in the medical, surgical and minimally-invasive endovascular treatments of arterial and venous conditions.
Dr Lachlan Maddock believes in patient-focussed care. After a thorough assessment, he will give honest advice about treatments options specific to the needs of each patient. Health issues can be worrying time for patients, so in most cases, Dr Lachlan Maddock can see new referrals within two weeks.
Dr Lachlan Maddock was raised in Melbourne. After graduating from medicine at Monash University 1999, he went on to become a qualified General Surgeon through Royal Melbourne Hospital. He undertook further training in Melbourne, interstate and overseas to become a Specialist Vascular Surgeon. He continues to be involved with education of medical and nursing students through Monash University. He is active in research with numerous publications and presentations and is a regular speaker for Vascular Conferences. He was awarded the prestigious Robert Bulley Research award from Eastern Health 2015.
He resides in Melbourne with his wife and two children. He currently has public appointments as a consulting Vascular Surgeon at Eastern Health (Box Hill Hospital) and Monash Health, as well as admitting rights to Holmesglen Private, St John of God Berwick, Epworth Eastern and Cabrini hospitals.
Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS)
Member of the Australia and New Zealand Society of Vascular Surgeons (ANZSVS)
1999 MBBS Monash University
2003 Honorary Lecturer in Anatomy Monash University Dept. Anatomy
2003 Basic Surgical Training Completed RACS
2004 Grad. Certificate Evidence Based Practice Monash University
2010 FRACS (General Surgery) Fellowship Successfully Completed
2014 FRACS (Vascular Surgery) Fellowship Successfully Completed
2009 “Meta-analysis of Glyceryl Trinitrate use in ERCP: effects on technical success of cannulation and rate of post-ERCP Pancreatitis”
RACS Annual Scientific Congress E-Poster Presentation
2010 “Outcomes of Fenestrated Endovascular Repair for Aortic Aneurysms: Single Centre Experience”. Poster for ANZSVS Vascular 2010
2012 “High Brachial Bifurcation: Clinical Implications for Arteriovenous Access”. Presentation & poster Kuala Lumpur Vascular Access conference. Merit Award
2012 “The clinical outcome of serial reinterventions on Autogenous Arteriovenous Fistulae”. Presentation ANZSVS Vascular 2012
2015 Awarded the $20,000 Robert Bulley research grant from Eastern Health
2016 Invited speaker at the Australian & New Zealand Society of Vascular Surgery conference
Medical, endovascular and surgical treatment of Peripheral Arterial Disease
Endovenous laser and radiofrequency treatment of varicose veins
Sclerotherapy of varicose veins
Peripheral arterial angioplasty & stenting
Open vascular surgery
Carotid artery disease
Management of diabetic foot ulcers and chronic wounds