Suite 5, 35 Fourth Avenue, Eastwood, NSW 2122
Hubert Low is a specialist Otolaryngology Head and Neck (ENT) Surgeon. He completed his ENT training in 2013 and subsequently undertook further post-fellowship training in Head and Neck Oncology Surgery and Head and Neck Reconstructive Surgery/ Management of Facial Nerve Disorder at Royal Perth Hospital (WA, Australia), Chang Gung Memorial Hospital (Linkow, Taiwan) and Victoria Hospital (London Ontario, Canada).
Hubert currently operates at Macquarie University Hospital, Hunters Hill Private Hospital, the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He is an active member of the Head and Neck Multidisciplinary team, Thyroid Multidisciplinary team and chairs the Sydney Facial Nerve Clinic (a Multidisciplinary Facial Nerve Disorder Clinic) at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse.
Hubert has research publications in high impact international surgical journals and regularly presents at national and international conferences. He has ongoing active research interests in head and neck oncology and facial nerve rehabilitation. He manages the Head and Neck Oncology database and is the Director of Education at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse. He is also a Senior Clinical Lecturer with the University of Sydney and the Macquarie University.
Hubert speaks fluent Mandarin and Hokkien dialects. Outside medicine, Hubert’s interests lie in gardening, painting and music making with his 3 children. He obtained his L.T.C.L (Trinity College, UK) in piano performance and is a member of the violin section for the Australian Doctor’s Orchestra.
Hubert’s particular interests include general ENT conditions, Head and Neck Surgery, Thyroid/ Parathyroid pathologies, and sinus surgery.
A list of Hubert’s publications can be found at: