Dr Sarah Tolerton is an Australian-trained Plastic and Reconstructive Specialist Surgeon with a particular interest in Adult and Children’s Hand Surgery, Reconstructive Surgery and Microsurgery.
She completed her medical and surgical training in Sydney and undertook postgraduate fellowships in Hand and Reconstructive Surgery both locally and internationally in London, Rotterdam and Paris.
Dr Tolerton is passionate about education and teaching, having represented trainees on the national board of plastic surgery throughout her training and currently coordinating the Microsurgery Course as part of The University of Sydney Master of Surgery Program.
Research has played an integral part in Dr Tolerton’s career, graduating with a Research Honours as part of her medical degree and subsequently completing a thesis as part of the Master of Surgery at The University of Sydney. She undertook a Research Fellowship at the Sydney Hospital Academic Hand Unit prior to commencing her plastic surgery training, and most recently joined a laboratory-based research group at Imperial College whilst on fellowship in London.
She currently practices at multiple teaching hospitals including Sydney Hospital, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
Beyond Randwick Plastic Surgery and her public hospital appointments, Dr Tolerton tends to her long-standing passion for the arts, theatre and dance.