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Mr Christopher Holdaway

07 839 6156 Waikato Region
Urgent Appointments Available
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Southern Cross Health Insurance Affiliated Provider for Consultations

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about Mr Christopher Holdaway

Mr Chris Holdaway is an experienced vascular surgeon and is now Director of Vascular Surgery at Waikato Hospital. Chris spent time in Melbourne training in vascular ultrasound under the guidance of Professor Ken Myers prior to taking up his consultant appointment at Waikato Hospital. For many years he ran a duplex graft surveillance program for patients with femoro-popliteal bypass grafts at Waikato Hospital. This program has now been assimilated into the Vascular Ultrasound Lab in the Department of Vascular Surgery.

Current Positions

Prof Head of Surgery, Waikato Hosp
Vascular Surgeon, Waikato Hosp
Visiting Vascular Surgeon, Braemar Hosp
Director, Tristram Vascular Ultrasound
Senior Surgeon, RNZAMC


Areas of Specialisation
Varicose Veins & Ulcers, Carotid Arteries (Stent/Open Surgery), Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (Endostent/Open Surgery), Peripheral Arteries (Angioplasty/Bypass), Vascular Access Surgery (Portacath) - Support of Chemotherapy, Surgery including Stent & Limb Reconstruction, Advice & Therapy for Lymphoedema, Advice on best medical management of Vascular Conditions
Description of Specialisation
Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon - 25 years vascular surgery

Southern Cross Affiliated Provider for Selected Services


ED, MBChB 1979, FRACS (Vasc), FRCS (Eng)
NZ, UK, Australia
Hospitals Practising at
Braemar & Waikato Hospitals

contact Mr Christopher Holdaway

Urgent Appointments Available on request Call 07 839 6156

07 839 6156

07 839 7522

95 Clarence St, Hamilton Lake, Hamilton

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