Mr. Keith Mutimer won a Commonwealth Scholarship to Monash University and Prince Henry's Hospital Clinical School, from which he graduated MBBS in 1977.
Melbourne surgical training -
Prince Henry's Hospital - General Surgical / Plastic Surgical Training
Western General Hospital - General Surgical / Plastic Surgical Training
Victorian Plastic Surgery Unit in Preston - Plastic Surgical Training
Royal Melbourne Hospital - Plastic Surgical Training
Overseas training -
Locum Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Lautoka Hospital in Fiji
1st year resident - Plastic Surgery Program, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
Chief Resident Plastic Surgery, Harvard University, Boston USA
Craniofacial Surgery at Enfant Malade Hospital in Paris
Mr Keith Mutimer obtained his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Plastic Surgery in 1986. He is now the surgical supervisor of Plastic Surgery training and is actively involved in teaching Medical students.
In the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand surgeons are distinguished from physicians by being referred to as "Mister." The title Mister is a badge of honour, and only surgeons who are Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons may call themselves Mister, Miss, Mrs or Ms in the course of their professional practice.