Philip Spratt Farewell Symposium

by | Sep 6, 2018 | News | 2 comments

The Spratt Symposium is an event to celebrate A/Prof. Spratt’s career in medicine, spanning 50 years.  His contribution in this field is immensely inspirational.

St Vincent’s Hospital and the Garvan Institute are proud to present the Spratt Symposium.

This symposium provides a unique environment in which delegates will focus on the sharing and presentation of topics associated with the latest techniques in cardiac and thoracic surgery.

The symposium aims to attract delegates from across the cardiac and thoracic disciplines including Cardiothoracic Surgeons, Cardiologists, Lung Physicians, Anaesthetists, Perfusionists and Nurses.

Please diarise 01/12/2018.



  1. Joan Wright

    The work you do is outstanding and a great achievement. My husband had heart transplant number 100 in 1988 and lived life to the full for 23 years. Thank you.

  2. Dr. Harsha Reddi

    I had the privilege of working as an Overseas Fellow in Transplant surgery with Dr. Phillip Spratt. He was kind considerate and a great Surgeon.
    I wish him Many Happy Returns of the Day on 14th. February.

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