Mr Giri Mahadevan

Giri Mahadevan

Giri grew up in Wellington and attended Wellington College for his secondary schooling. He obtained his undergraduate training in Medicine and Surgery at University Otago in 1999. In the following 10 years he trained to become a vascular surgeon at hospitals in New Zealand and Australia. He obtained his Fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in vascular surgery in 2009. On completion of training he was appointed as consultant vascular surgeon at Middlemore hospital (Counties Manukau District Health Board). He finds the public work both challenging and rewarding as it presents a full spectrum of vascular disease in a high deprivation population. Giri also lectures at the South Auckland Clinical School, University of Auckland.

Giri Mahadevan is trained in the full spectrum of vascular surgery, endovascular surgery (use of balloons and stents) and vascular ultrasound. He also participates in teaching medical students and training future surgeons.

He practices all aspects of vascular surgery including:

He is currently registered with New Zealand Medical Council as a Vascular Surgeon. He is also current Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Membership is also held with Australian and New Zealand Society for Vascular Surgery.

Outside his work, he enjoys spending time with his family and fitting golf where he can. He is also an accomplished computer programmer and has written commercial and free programs.