Dr Felicity Adams is both a fully qualified General Surgeon and a Breast & Endocrine Surgeon. She offers a wide range of specialist health care options for all age groups and genders, with particular interests in Breast Surgery, Endocrine Surgery, Skin Cancer Surgery, General Surgery and Endoscopy.
She consults in both Gympie and Noosa, and operates at Noosa Hospital.
Dr Felicity Adams completed her education in Brisbane, graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from The University of Queensland in 2005. After graduating she undertook surgical specialty training based at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane, and also worked at various locations around South East Queensland, including two years on the Sunshine Coast. During this time Felicity developed her knowledge of a broad range of general surgery interventions and developed skills in laparoscopic surgery.
In 2014 Dr Adams obtained a fellowship in General Surgery from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Following this she undertook a further year of subspecialty training in Breast and Endocrine surgery at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. During this fellowship year she further developed her skills in all aspects of breast surgery, as well as surgery of the thyroid, minimally invasive parathyroidectomy and laparoscopic adrenalectomy. She is a member of Australian and New Zealand Endocrine Surgeons, Australasian Society for Breast Disease as well as General Surgeons Australia.
Dr Adams is qualified in all areas of general surgery. She maintains an interest in oncoplastic breast surgery, having obtained certification in Level 1 and Level 2 oncoplastic procedures with BreastSurg ANZ. Dr Adams is accredited for colonoscopy and endoscopy with the Conjoint Committee for Recognition of Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. She is a lecturer for the University of Queensland School of Medicine and frequently attends national and international surgical meetings and courses. As a modern surgeon she is up to date with current best surgical practice. Dr Adams is involved with the Medical Advisory Committee at Noosa Hospital where she acts as the representative for the Department of Surgery.
Felicity has two children and in her spare time enjoys all the great things coast life has to offer, including going to the beach, dining out, going to the races and socialising with friends. She enjoys helping girls in sport reach their full potential and gives support to talented local and regional junior sportswomen.