Nambour Selangor Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Nambour Selangor Private Hospital specialist Andrew Renaut

Dr Andrew Renaut


Dr Andrew Renaut is a specialist colorectal and general surgeon, consulting and operating at Nambour Selangor Private Hospital and is pleased to offer patients a consultation the very same week or the following week at the latest.

The laparoscopic approach is employed as a routine. For the treatment of haemorrhoids Dr Renaut uses the minimally-invasive and highly effective HAL technique (Haemorrhoidal Artery Ligation).

There is an open access booking facility for colonoscopy and gastroscopy and this can be done online via the practice website.
Patients presenting with rectal bleeding can take advantage of the streamlined management process of consultation, investigation and treatment by the same specialist and usually as a one-stop visit. The website also has a host of information about the various procedures and conditions mainly in video format. Dr Renaut trained in the UK, USA and Australia, including a dedicated period of research resulting in a Masters of Surgery and a thesis entitled ‘Immune Mechanisms in Cancer’. He has extensive experience in laparoscopic, general and colorectal surgery, and also colonoscopy and gastroscopy.

Dr Renaut is passionate about teaching and is an Associate Professor of Surgery at both Bond and Griffith University, and is Professor of Surgery at Jiangnan and Shandong Universities in China. He is also Founder and Director of the Australian Institute of Medical Education, a not-for-profit (registered charity) online educational forum for GPs, medical students and nurses.

For information about Dr Renaut’s practice, the services that he offers, the conditions that he treats and the procedures that he performs please visit Andrew’s website

• All bowel related conditions such as cancer, IBD and diverticular disease • All ano-rectal conditions such as haemorrhoids, fistulae and incontinence • Colonoscopy and gastroscopy • Gallbladder surgery • Hernia surgery • Pilonidal disease