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Mr. Lundine is originally from western Canada and grew up on
Vancouver Island. He completed his
Medical and Orthopaedic Surgical training at University of Calgary, Canada in
2009 and obtained his Fellowship with the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada
(FRCSC). During this training he also
completed a Master’s Degree in Medical Education. He then went on to complete fellowships in
both Paediatric and Adult Spine surgery, at both the Austin Hospital in
Melbourne and the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada between
After working in Canada for a couple years, Kris decided to
move south to Melbourne to help his Australian wife defrost. He obtained Fellowship with the Royal
Australasian College of Surgeons in 2015.
Mr. Lundine’s main clinical focus is the care of patients
with spinal pathology in all age groups. His most current research interest involves
blood transfusion following major orthopaedic surgery in cerebral palsy but has
multiple ongoing projects. Kris is interested in the efficient use of data to
drive decision-making in allocation of healthcare resources. He maintains
professional associations with Spine Society of Australia, Canadian Spine
Society, Australian Orthopaedic Association, Canadian Orthopaedic Association
and Scoliosis Research Society.
Mr. Lundine has private consulting rooms at 173 Lennox St.
near the Epworth Hospital in Richmond and at Peninsula Private Hospital in
Frankston (Ph: 03 8456 2776).