Dr John Radovanovic was born in Sydney. After obtaining his HSC he undertook his medical degree at the University of NSW. He completed his medical degree in 1999 with the clinical attachment at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney.
Following early orthopaedic exposure with trauma at Liverpool and St George Hospital, he moved to Queensland. Over the years he completed his Advanced training in Orthopaedics whilst working at the Mater, Cairns Base, QEII and Princess Alexandra Hospitals. This training was completed in 2007 and he was subsequently admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons.
In 2008 Dr Radovanovic undertook further specialist training in the United Kingdom at the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire, under the supervision of Mr Tim Spalding and Professor Damien Griffin. During this time he subspecialised in lower limb surgery, including techniques in knee arthroscopy, hip arthroscopy and revision arthroplasty surgery.
On return to Australia in 2009, he continued to further his experience in trauma and lower limb arthroplasty at Westmead Hospital in Sydney with Dr Roger Brighton.
Dr Radovanovic has an interest in all aspects:
Dr Radovanovic has appointments at Mater Private Hospital Brisbane and is Staff Surgeon at the Mater Adult Hospital and Mater Children’s Hospital.