MBBS (Monash University)
FRACS (Vascular Surgery)
FRACS (General Surgery)
Mayo aims to provide patient education, accessibility, clinical excellence and holistic care.
Mayo grew up in Melbourne to migrant parents from Sri Lanka and attended Ivanhoe Grammar School in Melbourne. He obtained his medical degree at Monash University and completed his internship at The Austin Hospital. Mayo moved to Sydney in 2009 and completed Specialist Surgical Training in General Surgery and obtained his Fellowship in General Surgery in 2012.
He was challenged by Vascular Surgery and undertook further four years of Fellowship training in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery in Auckland City Hospital, St Vincent's Hospital Sydney, Royal North Shore Hospital Sydney and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney.
He obtained his Fellowship in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery and worked as a Consultant Vascular and Transplant Surgeon at Austin, Northern and Epworth Health in Melbourne before moving back to Sydney at the request of his wife. As they say 'happy wife, happy life'......
Mayo has an interest in minimally invasive endovascular surgery which has been nurtured during his extensive training and practice. He has presented in international meetings and peer reviewed journals. He takes interest in teaching medical students and surgical trainees. He is involved in the General Surgery selection of candidates for advanced training through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
He has spent time abroad with centres of innovation and excellence in Hong Kong and London to see how processes can be translated to his practice in Sydney.
Mayo is a member of Australian Medical Association, The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Australian and New Zealand Society for Vascular Surgery.
When time permits he enjoys the outdoors with his wife and his mini dachshunds, Schultz, Otto & Lenny (#schultztheminidaschund #ottotheminidoxie #lennytheminidachshund). His interest are in vintage cars and dreams of owning a car from the 1960's!
His special interests include:
In the Media
1 December 2017
Watch Dr Theivendran operating in the historic 1000th kidney transplant at Austin Hospital, Melbourne.
12 June 2017
Read about Dr Theivendran being part of the first team in Victoria to utilise intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) in the diagnosis and treatment of damaged veins.
Northern Health vascular team – they're so vein