Dr Nick Tutticci BSc MBBS Hons II FRACP
Dr Nick Tutticci hails from the North side of Brisbane and completed a Science then Medical degree with honours at the University of QLD. He completed General Gastroenterology training in Queensland at Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, The Townsville Hospital and Prince Charles Hospital before going on to undertake an Interventional Fellowship at the Royal Perth Hospital and a subsequent Fellowship at Westmead Hospital, Sydney.
Dr Tutticci is an Interventional and General Gastroenterologist. He holds positions at Mater Private Hospital South Brisbane (alternate Monday afternoons, Thursday afternoons), Sunnybank Hospital (Wednesday afternoon) and Eastern Endoscopy Centre (Wednesday mornings). Dr Tutticci is a staff specialist at QEII Jubilee Hospital. Additionally, Dr Tutticci is a researcher at the University of QLD in the area of serrated colonic polyps. He teaches Gastroenterology Registrar Doctors and sits on the Advanced Trainee Committee with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
In addition to General Gastroenterology, Dr Nick Tutticci has special interest and expertise in:
- High quality colonoscopy and endoscopy for polyp detection and cancer screening;
- Colonoscopy in FOBT/Bowel screen positive patients;
- Detection and endoscopic management of polyposis syndromes;
- Advanced endoscopy for removal of large polyps and early cancers;
- Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) and ERCP.
Dr Tutticci has completed the GESA Colonoscopy Recertification Program.
Dr Tutticci is available for consultations at Eastern Endoscopy Centre (Wednesday afternoons), Carina/Belmont (alternate Thursday mornings) and Sunnybank (Wednesday mornings, once a month).