Dr. George Fielding
A noted surgeon, Dr. George Fielding received both the Lillee Scholarship and the Alan J. Lee Memorial Prize in 1987. At present, Dr. George Fielding serves as Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at New York University?s esteemed Langone Medical Center and School of Medicine, where he has functioned since 2004. Dr. George Fielding serves as an active contributor to the Australian Medical Association, the Gastroenterological Society of Australia, the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, and the American Society of Bariatric Surgeons, among many others, Dr. George Fielding is licensed to practice medicine in the Australian state of Queensland and in the United Kingdom. Dr. George Fielding has received academic appointments from the Royal Brisbane and Women?s Hospital and The Wesley Hospital, as well as the New York University Langone Medical Center and School of Medicine. In addition, Dr. George Fielding has received fellowship training and support from the Royal Brisbane and Women?s Hospital, the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, the Universität Bern, and The Nebraska Medical Center. Noted for his extensive and respected work in bariatric surgery, Dr. George Fielding has published more than 150 articles and written pieces in various established journals and medical publications. The publications address a variety of topics, including gastric banding, bariatric surgery, laparoscopic surgery, the study of obesity, the science of weight loss, and other topics. In 1995, Dr. George Fielding established an obesity clinic at the Wesley Hospital Campus in Brisbane, Australia, and has successfully completed more than 6,000 procedures involving both bypass operations and lap band implementation. Dr. George Fielding is also widely known for his work in the field of pediatric obesity, a subject present in many of his publications.
Dr. George Fielding M.D. Surgeon Associate Professor