Dr Mark Izzard is a Otolaryngologist (ENT), Head & Neck Surgeon, Plastic Surgeon (Reconstructive & Cosmetic), have practice in Mercy Hospital in Epsom, NZ and Ascot Hospital in Remuera, NZ. Dr Mark Izzard has 166 views and no reviews. 0 patients voted for medical provider, average rating 0.00 out of 5.

MBBS, FRACS (ORLHNS)

Mark graduated from the University of London, St Georges Hospital in 1992. He then completed his basic training in general surgery before commencing a training scheme in Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (ORLHNS). Mark qualified as an ORLHNS surgeon in 2002 and then further sub-specialised in head and neck surgery, reconstruction and facial plastics by undertaking surgical fellowships training at the University of Washington Medical School, US and Green Lane Hospital, NZ. During the fellowship, Mark developed skills for reconstructing all aspects of the head and neck and cosmetic facial surgery including cancer surgery and microsurgical reconstruction. Mark’s special interests include facial reconstructive surgery – rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty – and reconstruction of massive facial defects after cancer surgery or trauma.

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  • Practice name Mercy Hospital
  • Address 100 Mountain Road, Epsom 1023 Auckland
  • Suburb or City Epsom, NZ
  • Practice name Ascot Hospital
  • Address 90 Greenlane Road East, Remuera, Auckland
  • Suburb or City Remuera, NZ
What is the Dr Mark Izzard's specialty?
Dr Mark Izzard is a Otolaryngologist (ENT), Head & Neck Surgeon, Plastic Surgeon (Reconstructive & Cosmetic).
What is the address of the Dr Mark Izzard's practice?
Dr Mark Izzard works at 100 Mountain Road, Epsom 1023 Auckland
What are the Dr Mark Izzard's qualifications?

MBBS, FRACS (ORLHNS)

Mark graduated from the University of London, St Georges Hospital in 1992. He then completed his basic training in general surgery before commencing a training scheme in Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (ORLHNS). Mark qualified as an ORLHNS surgeon in 2002 and then further sub-specialised in head and neck surgery, reconstruction and facial plastics by undertaking surgical fellowships training at the University of Washington Medical School, US and Green Lane Hospital, NZ. During the fellowship, Mark developed skills for reconstructing all aspects of the head and neck and cosmetic facial surgery including cancer surgery and microsurgical reconstruction. Mark’s special interests include facial reconstructive surgery – rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty – and reconstruction of massive facial defects after cancer surgery or trauma.

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