Dr James D’Rozario

Clinical Associate Professor James D’Rozario

Consultant Haematologist

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“NCMS sadly informs patients that Clinical Associate Professor James D’Rozario passed away  on January 27th 2022.  His medical expertise, dedication and friendship will be greatly missed.  We extend our condolences to his patients, many of whom have had long standing associations with him.  Our staff will be able to organise transfer of their care to one of our other very capable haematologists.  Please call if we can be of any assistance.”

Clinical Associate Professor James D’Rozario is a Consultant Haematologist of 18 years experience. He trained in medicine at Adelaide University Medical School and undertook post graduate specialist training in internal medicine and haematology in Adelaide, Edinburgh, Canberra and Sydney.

In 2001 he was appointed Chief Resident/Clinical Superintendent in internal medicine at Westmead Hospital in Sydney. In 2002 he moved to Canberra to the Department of Haematology, the Canberra Hospital in the position of Staff Specialist. In 2003 he began consulting at National Capital Medical Specialists.

Clinical Associate Professor D’Rozario currently holds the following appointments:
Clinical Director, Department of Haematology, the Canberra Hospital
Visiting Haematologist, Calvary Hospital, Bruce, ACT
Director Bone Marrow Transplant Service, the Canberra Hospital
Visiting Fellow, Department Cancer Biology and Therapeutics, John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU.

He sits as a member of professional committees and advisory boards including the Royal Australasian College of Physicians Accreditation Committee and National Examining Panel. He is a member of the Cancer Council of Australia eviQ National Reference Committee for Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation.

He is a member of the Haematology Society of ANZ, American Society of Hematology, ASH and European Hematology Association, EHA. He is a past chair of the Board of Education, Royal Collage of Pathologists of Australasia.