Dr Kennedy is a member of:




  • Australian Medical Association


  • Member and Past President of the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Society of Queensland (PRSSQ)

  • Past Secretary of ASAPS

  • Corresponding member of ASPS (American Society of Plastic Surgeons)

Dr Dan Kennedy

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Dr Dan Kennedy
Dr Dan Kennedy
Dr Kennedy attended Medical School at the University of Queensland from 1979 completing his M.B.B.S. in 1984.

He did his internship and Junior House Officer jobs at Princess Alexandra Hospital before spending a year as a Senior House Officer at the Frenchay Plastic Surgery Unit in Bristol. He returned to Australia performing a year of General Surgery before beginning advanced training in Plastic Surgery at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Royal Brisbane Hospital and Royal Children’s Hospital.

He finished his training with a year in London at Mount Vernon in 1992. Acting as a Senior Registrar in a busy plastic surgical unit he covered the full gamut of plastic surgery procedures but specially focussed on facial reanimation surgery.

Dr Kennedy went on to do a Cosmetic Fellowship at the Wellington Hospital in London before returning to Australia to set up private practice in mid 1993. Since that time, he has worked as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Mater Adults Hospital in Brisbane and run a successful private practice specialising in the areas of facial and breast surgery.

Dr Kennedy is committed to the well being of his patients and to providing them with extensive and honest information on all stages of surgery. He ensures that patients are fully informed and have realistic expectations. He is dedicated to providing a supportive and personalised service.

An important consideration when choosing your Surgeon.

Dr Kennedy is both a Cosmetic Surgeon and a Plastic Surgeon.

The title of Cosmetic Surgeon can be legally used by any surgeon who practices cosmetic surgery. However, the designation of Plastic Surgeon is reserved for those who have had accredited training in plastic and reconstructive surgery, including the field of cosmetic surgery. This entails an eight year program of post-graduate training supervised by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.