About Giri Mahadevan
Giri graduated in Medicine and Surgery from 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 consultant vascular surgeon at Middlemore hospital (Counties Manukau Health), where he continues to work today. He finds public work both challenging and rewarding as it presents a full spectrum of vascular diseases in a high deprivation population.
Giri Mahadevan is trained and practices the full spectrum of vascular, endovascular surgery and vascular ultrasound. He is a lecturer at South Auckland Clinical Campus, University of Auckland, where he undertakes teaching and assessing year 4 to 6 medical students. Giri participates with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeon in training future surgeons and Medical Council of New Zealand in supervision of house surgeons.
Assessment and management of all vascular conditions including:
- Varicose veins & leg ulcers
- Claudication & diabetic feet
- Vascular access & port-a-cath
- Carotid disease & stroke
- Aneurysms & dissections
- Thoracic outlet & hyperhidrosis
Comprehensive varicose veins treatment with endovenous laser, radio-frequency ablation, sclerotherapy and open surgical stripping/ avulsions.
Varicose Vein Specialist
With over 10 years experience treating venous disease. Expertise in a full range of treatment options to provide the best personalised care
- VenaCure EVLT - Laser treatment
- ClosureFast - Endovenous RFA
- VenaSeal - Endovenous adhesive
- Surgical stripping & micro avulsions
Endovenous laser treatment (EVLT), Ultrasound guided sclerotherapy (UGS), Varicose vein surgery
MBChB (Otago) FRACS (Vascular)
Vascular surgeon at Counties Manukau Health & Lecturer at University of Auckland
Vocational (vascular) registration with Medical Council of New Zealand
Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Australian and New Zealand Society for Vascular Surgery