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Dr Jonathan Livesey

Dr Jonathan Livesey MA (Oxon), BM BCh, FRACS, FRCS, FRCS(Ed)

3 Practice Locations

General ENT and Voice Connection
St Leonards NSW 2065

Dr Jonathan Livesey
Dee Why NSW 2099

Beach Lane Specialist Rooms
Mosman NSW 2088

87 Ratings
98% would recommend
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Condition Understanding

Treatment Communication

Special Interests
General E.N.T Adults and Children, Nasal and Sinus conditions, Tonsils, Adenoids and Grommets, Exostoses (swimmers' ear) and Voice.

I am passionate about caring for the individual and their family by providing an attentive ear and time to listen, examine, explain and plan management, be it medical or surgical, to achieve the best outcomes for the individual.

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Languages spoken (other than English)
  • BA (Hons II)( Physiological Sciences), Oxford 1980
  • BM, BCh, Oxford 1983
  • FRCS (Edinburgh) (General surgery) 1988
  • MA, Oxford 1990
  • FRCS (England) (Otolaryngology) 1991
  • FRCS (Otolaryngology) (part III) 1996
  • FRACS (Otolaryngology) 1996
Registration Numbers and Professional Memberships

AHPRA: MED0001180981

Australian Medical Association  (AMA)

Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeons  (ASOHNS)

Australian Society of Performing Arts Healthcare (ASPAH), founder member and past Honorary Secretary and Treasurer 

Australian Voice Association  (AVA)

Laryngology Society of Australasia (LSANZ)  founder member and past Honorary Secretary and Treasurer

Mater Medical Staff Association (Sydney) Chairman.

ENT Department, Mater Hospital - Past Chairman of Division

ENT Department Hunter Hill Hospital - Past Chairman of Division

Awards and Publications

2009   Nguyen DD, Kenny D, Tran ND, Livesey JR. Muscle Tension Dysphonia in Vietnamese Female Teachers. Journal of Voice 23:195-208
2003   Livesey JR. Why are sinuses important for speaking or the voice, and do they have any other functions …

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