Mr Clayton Lang
Mr Clayton Lang is an Adelaide trained Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. He obtained his Fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons – FRACS (Plastics) in January 2012. Mr Lang subsequently moved to Queensland, where he and a colleague were the founding surgeons of the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Department at the new Gold Coast University Hospital. In January 2014 he returned to Adelaide to join Sach Day Surgery, becoming partners with Mr Randall Sach and Mr Markus Nikitins.
He is the Supervisor of Surgical Training at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and is actively involved in teaching of accredited and non-accredited Plastic Surgery Registrars. He has been involved in the accreditation of surgical training posts and is currently on the Interview Panel for selection of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Trainees in South Australia.
Mr Lang has a subspecialty interest in Hand Surgery and is the Clinical Lead of the Hand Surgery Service at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He performs Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release, surgical and non-surgical treatment of Dupuytren’s disease with Collagenase, joint arthroplasty, surgery for hand tumours, osteoarthritis and hand trauma. He also has a particular interest in the management of Melanoma and Non-Melanoma skin cancer. Mr Lang is an Investigator in two international multicentre trials in the treatment of advanced Melanoma. These are undertaken at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, one of only two centres in Australia to offer one of the melanoma trials, MASTERKEY-266.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) and is a member of the Australian Hand Surgery Society, the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons, the Australian and New Zealand Burns Association. Mr Lang is a Senior Staff Specialist at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and consults privately at Dextra Surgical on South Terrace, Adelaide, Maitland Medical Centre and Gawler Medical Clinic. Procedures are undertaken at Dextra Day Surgery, St Andrew’s Hospital and Ashford Hospital.