Our team is dedicated to meeting your needs with the sensitivity, understanding and attention to detail which you as a patient always deserve. Dr Paterson prides herself on her approachable and compassionate personality allowing her patients to feel comfortable during their whole cosmetic surgery journey.
As a female plastic surgeon, Dr Paterson is able to provide a unique difference to her patients. Specialising in plastic and cosmetic surgery for women, Dr Paterson is perfectly equipped to understand her patients’ desires, needs and goals.
In combination with her gentle approach, Dr Paterson is highly qualified and skilled in her field of expertise. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College Of Surgeons, a member of The Australian Society of Plastic Surgeon, a member of The Australian Medical Association and a member of The Medical Advisory Council Epworth Hospital.
Dr Jane Paterson has provided an extensive number of treatments for women of all shapes and sizes. A selection of before and afters are available for you viewing.
Dr Jane Paterson is an experienced Plastic Surgeon who not only specialises in cosmetic surgery for women such as breast enlargement, breast reduction, tummy tucks and labiaplasty but will also take the time to listen to you and understand your needs.
Dr Jane Paterson’s approach is very personal, compassionate and confidential, allowing you to make an informed decision about your health and wellbeing.
Our bodies change over time- fact. Our shape and proportions change particularly after having children.
Being a female Plastic Surgeon Dr Jane Paterson understands these concerns. You are not alone. As a qualified, experienced and dedicated plastic surgeon in Melbourne, Dr Jane Paterson can help you restore your shape, femininity and body balance.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a breast reduction? This New York blogger published her story in the Huffington Post. She talks about how she feels one year after her breast reduction. This is a very good first-hand account of her experience. To read the article, please click the link below: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kadia-blagrove-/what-to-expect-1-year-aft_b_9972326.html
Walk through the hospital towards Bridge Road – you will naturally end up on level 2 of the hospital and will walk past the main hospital reception area. You will see a group of three lifts. Use these lifts up to level 8. We are suite 8.4.
The public car park entrance is from 89 Bridge Road. From the car park you can use the lifts straight up to level 8. We are suite 8.4
Coming from the city take the 75 tram from Flinders Street or the 48 from Collins Street. Coming from South Yarra & St Kilda catch the north bound 78 or 79 from Chapel Street. Coming from Hawthorn, Camberwell catch any west bound route 75 tram. Coming from Kew and Balwyn take route number 48.
West Richmond station is the closest train stop and is accessible via any city loop train on the Epping/South Morang line.