Dr Robert Tewksbury

Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon

BSc, MBBS, FRACS (Vascular)

Clinical Practice

Dr Robert Tewksbury is a Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) and Osbourne Park Health Campus. He also practices at St John of God Subiaco, Hollywood Hospital, Joondalup Health Campus and the Mount Hospital. His patient management style is based on maintaining quality of life and health through patient-specific approach to vascular disease. He also works closely with the multi-disciplinary foot unit at SCGH for management of more complex diabetic foot patients. Dr Tewksbury is committed to providing an accessible, efficient and prompt service and his current waiting times are 1-2 weeks. He accepts referrals from all metropolitan and rural areas.

Background & Training

Dr Tewksbury completed a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Queensland in 2010 and went on to complete his FRACS in Vascular Surgery in 2019. He completed a 6-month fellowship at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane in 2020 before moving to Perth to take up a Staff Specialist role at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.



During his training, Dr Tewksbury published original research on Tibial Angioplasty and Aorto-iliac Stenting for Peripheral Arterial Disease. Dr Tewksbury is currently engaged in a number of research projects at the Heart and Vascular Institute at the Harry Perkins Institute. He co-ordinated the Royal College of Surgeons skills course for Vascular trainees in Perth in 2021. He also works closely with the post graduate medical education unit to mentor junior doctors and provides medical student teaching for UWA and Curtin universities.

GP Education Topics

Dr Tewksbury is active in post graduate medical education training and is also equally passionate about delivering education in general practice and is available to visit surgeries by arrangement. His topics include:

  • Contemporary Diabetic Foot Management
  • Minimally invasive techniques for peripheral vascular disease
  • Acute Aortic Syndromes
  • Role of Rivaroxaban in peripheral vascular disease management


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