Mr Glenn Bartlett is a co-director of the New Zealand Institute of Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery
A graduate of the Auckland School of Medicine, Mr Bartlett trained in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in the 1990s at Auckland’s Middlemore Hospital, Burwood Hospital in Christchurch, and at NZIPCS. He passed the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Examination in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 1997.
In the late 90s he sought higher training and experience at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, where he pursued interests in Craniofacial Surgery, Pediatric (children’s) Plastic Surgery and Cosmetic Surgery.
Mr Bartlett now divides his time between his private practice at The New Zealand Institute of Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery and his public practice at Middlemore and Starship Hospitals. In the public hospital he concentrates on children’s birth deformities such as Cleft Lip and Palate, Ear Anomalies and other rare Craniofacial Anomalies such as craniosynostosis .
“I really enjoy my time at the public hospital as it is a chance to give something back to the community. Many of my patients are from less fortunate backgrounds and have very challenging problems. It is also a chance to train and mentor the next generation of young surgeons.”
Mr Bartlett is a member of:
- The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
- The New Zealand Foundation for Cosmetic Plastic Surgery.
- The New Zealand Association of Plastic Surgeons.
- The Australasian Society of Aesthetic Surgeons.
- The Australian Society of Craniomaxillofacial Surgeons.
He has served on the executive of the New Zealand Association of Plastic Surgeons and the New Zealand foundation for Cosmetic Plastic Surgery. He is the current President of the Australia and New Zealand society of Craniomaxillofacial Surgeons. He is an examiner in Plastic Surgery for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He is actively involved in the training of registrars, and has run numerous workshops in microsurgery.
Glenn has written and presented academic papers on a wide range of topics in Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery. He is a regular participant in surgical aid programmes to the South Pacific and his work with unfortunate children has been the subject of several television programmes such as baby Keegan and baby Charlotte.
Mr Bartlett is a regular visitor to local and international meetings, keeping him at the forefront of developments in both Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery.
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