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Hunter Vascular

The Practice of Dr Zo Williams, a Vascular Surgeon in Newcastle

Dr Zo Williams - Hunter Vascular

Dr Williams is a Specialist Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon at Newcastle’s John Hunter Hospital. Hunter Vascular is committed to providing exceptional care by combining our expertise, the latest medical advancements, and a patient-centered approach.

Dr Zo Williams

Dr Williams is a Specialist Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon at Newcastle’s John Hunter Hospital. Here he also holds the position of Director of Prevocational Education and Training and is responsible for the professional development of Newcastle’s junior doctors.

Dr Williams grew up in the Northern Rivers, in the regional north of New South Wales. He completed a Bachelor of Medicine at the University of Newcastle in 2012, for which he was awarded a distinction. He then complimented his passion for surgery with a Graduate Diploma in Applied Anatomy by Dissection in 2013, at the University of New England in Armidale.

He spent his years as a junior doctor in Newcastle, with secondments across the wider Hunter New England region. After being admitted to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons vascular surgical training pathway, he spent 5 years travelling Australia and New Zealand gaining leading-edge surgical experience in three major Brisbane hospitals (Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, Princess Alexandria Hospital and Prince Charles Heart Hospital), Townsville Hospital, Waikato District Hospital (Hamilton, NZ) and the Gold Coast University Hospital.

Over this period Dr Williams developed specialist skills in open surgery and modern minimally invasive techniques. This includes arterial surgery, minimally invasive venous procedures and dialysis access surgery. He is a recognised Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and is a member of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Vascular Surgery.

He is a published author and continues research pursuits with the Vascular Surgical Research Group at the John Hunter.

Newcastle Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon

His practice is up-to-date and progressive. Dr Williams frequently attends and presents at national and international vascular surgery conferences.


Precision. Expertise. Compassion.

Peripheral vascular disease

PVD can cause claudication, rest pain and in the worst cases gangrene.

Varicose vein surgery

Varicose veins can be complicated by eczema (itchiness), pain, thrombosis (clotting), bleeding and ulceration.

Aortic aneurysms

Aortic aneurysms are usually asymptomatic but can have catastrophic consequences if left untreated.

Dialysis & vascular access procedures

Creation of fistulae and other types of vascular access for dialysis and delivery of medications.

Carotid disease

Carotid disease is often asymptomatic but can be complicated by stroke or TIA.

Minimally invasive surgery

Use of modern techniques and technology to achieve excellent results with minimal risks to treat all the above.

Newcastle Private Hospital

Suite 10 – Ground Floor, Kingston Building, 14 Lookout Road, NEW LAMBTON HEIGHTS
NSW 2305

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Making An Appointment

We try to make this as easy as possible for you. All you need is a referral from your GP. Once this has been made, please contact our clinic to arrange an appointment that suits you. Information on fees and any information you’ll need to bring along will be enclosed in a confirmation letter.

Referring to Dr Williams

We are happy to receive referrals from any of our medical colleagues. Please send these to the clinic (medical objects preferred) and we will respond to you with a confirmation once your patient has a confirmed appointment. For urgent matters or phone advice, please call the clinic on 02 4086 8790. If Dr Williams is not in the rooms we will patch you through to his mobile.

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Dr Zo Williams

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Hunter Vascular

Your well-being is our utmost priority, and we strive to deliver the highest quality treatments to ensure optimal outcomes for every individual we serve.