Mr Ben Miller has a particular practice focus on the care of arthritic conditions and injuries of the hip and knee.

Mr Miller graduated from Melbourne University in 1999 and was awarded fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons after completing orthopaedic surgical training in 2008.

He underwent further subspecialist training in Edinburgh, Melbourne and Sydney before returning to Geelong in 2010.

He operates at St John of God Hospital and the University Hospital Geelong.

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The Geelong Orthopaedics Group conducts regular auditing and feedback for quality assurance. Whilst research and teaching enhance the continuing professional development of surgeons, we also have weekly meetings to review all cases performed and those upcoming at the University Hospital Geelong. We participate in monthly literature review meetings to keep up with the latest scientific studies. A monthly audit takes place to review all difficult cases. In our private practice at Geelong Orthopaedics we also track our patients’ results and improvements using questionnaires and measurements using a results registry. We track all our arthroplasty (joint replacement) patients via the Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Registry and the Geelong St John of God joint registry. This is designed to maintain the highest quality treatments and ensure there is constant feedback and improvement.

Ben is committed to the training of our future medical workforce. He is a clinical lecturer at Deakin University and is the Director of Orthopaedic Training at University Hospital Geelong for the Victorian Training Committee of the Australian Orthopaedic Association

  • St John of God Geelong
  • University Hospital Geelong

Ben is proud to be a member of staff at University Hospital Geelong and, like all at Geelong Orthopaedics, believes in the importance of providing high quality health care for all of our community through an ongoing contribution to the public health system

Ben is privileged to be able to care for his patients at St John of God Hospital and serves on the Medical Advisory Committee of the hospital

Ben is committed to affordable and sustainable health care for the community and has chosen to participate in the majority of health funds’ gap cover arrangements.