Mr Adam Bialostocki
Cosmetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon
MBChB FRACS (Plastics)
Mr Adam Bialostocki
Mr Adam Bialostocki
MBChB FRACS (Plastics)
Cosmetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon
Mr Bialostocki is a Specialist Plastic Surgeon, with a Fellowship in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS). He is New Zealand-trained and up-to-date in the newest, safest and latest techniques available worldwide. His warm & respectful way with patients is well known, many coming to see him from the Waikato and Bay of Plenty, as well as the rest of New Zealand, throughout the Pacific and abroad for consultation and minor procedures at his private practice, the Da Vinci Clinic, and more significant operations at Tauranga’s Grace Hospital. Ensuring his patients receive excellent care and achievable, long-lasting results are of utmost importance to Mr.Bialostocki. 

Read more...

Dr Catherine Bialostocki
Dr Catherine Bialostocki
MBChB, FRNZCGP
General Practioner and Managing Director

As Managing Director, she works closely with our Practice Manager, Suzanne, on the running of the clinic. Catherine is passionate about women feeling good about themselves and with a background in appearance medicine, enjoys the application of these skills post reconstructive surgery. Keen mountain bikers, Catherine and Adam are also busy raising their family.

Dr Justin Imrie
Dr Justin Imrie
MBChB FANZCA
Specialist Anaesthetist
Dr Imrie has been employed as a consultant anaesthetist at Tauranga Public Hospital since 2003.  He has always been involved in teaching and for two years held the title of Supervisor of Training for the Tauranga anaesthetic registrars.  Dr Imrie relinquished this position to become Head of the Bay of Plenty Anaesthetic Department, which he also held for two years. Since 2006 Dr Imrie has also been involved in private practice at Grace Hospital, with his focus being primarily on plastic, orthopedic, vascular and general surgery.  His goals as an anaesthetist are to provide safety and quality of care.  Preoperative assessment, planning and consent are vital parts of this - as such he aims to see most prospective patients in his rooms at Grace Hospital before their operation date. 
“I consider it a privilege to work with skilled surgeons, such as Adam Bialostocki, in a centre of clinical excellence, within the beautiful Bay of Plenty.  If you have any anaesthetic issues that you wish to discuss then please do not hesitate to contact me.” Dr Imrie enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons fishing, surfing and biking in the playground provided by the Bay of Plenty. 
Christine
Christine
Specialist Plastic Surgery
Theatre Nurse

Her warm and friendly manner make Christine a popular nurse and teamed with her invaluable experience, she brings a valuable dimension to our practice. As a registered nurse, Christine has over 20 years of theatre nursing experience, three of which she spent abroad in London's Harley Street Clinic and Harefield Hospital. Christine is a senior theatre nurse at Tauranga's Grace Private Hospital, applying skills and knowledge in specialties including plastic and cosmetic surgery with Mr Bialostocki. She is also involved in general, gynaecology, some ENT and orthopaedic procedures. When she is at the Da Vinci Clinic she assists Mr Bialostocki with surgery performed under local anaesthetic, pre and post operative reviews. Christine thrives on outdoor activities, many of which she shares with her three young sons on their Bay of Plenty lifestyle block.

Nicole
Nicole
Plastic Surgery Practice Nurse and
Appearance Medicine Nurse

She has a wealth of experience, having worked for 20 years in general surgical, primary health care and high dependency surgical nursing. Nicole has also worked in surgical day units and assisted with minor operations, meaning her skills are well utilised here. As a highly competent appearance medicine nurse, Nicole’s work complements Mr Bialostocki’s plastic and reconstructive surgical procedures. Compassionate and caring, Nicole has a lovely manner with patients. She is a keen follower of fashion, enjoys water-sports and travelling the world.

Nicky
Nicky
Specialist Dermatology, Plastics Nurse

Meet Nicky, another one of valued team members. Nicky assists both Mr Bialostocki and Dr Stanway and this involves wound care, biopsies, assisting in theatre for surgeries as well as pre-operative and post-operative care for patients.  Nicky trained at Waikato Hospital and moved over to the Bay of Plenty in 2009. She spends most of her week at the Da Vinci Clinic but also some time at Grace Private Hospital and enjoys the diversity this offers her. Prior to joining us Nicky spent six years at Grace in Day Stay, Ward and Theatre. With a wealth of surgical nursing experience and a calm, friendly manner with patients, Nicky is an integral part of the smooth running of our practice. She enjoys living here in the Bay and in her spare time enjoys the outdoor environment and spending time with family and friends. 

Angela
Angela
Theatre and Clinic Nurse

British born and trained Angela has many years of plastic surgical experience in both private and public plastic surgical hospitals in the UK and more recently in New Zealand private surgical hospitals. With experience in day stay and short stay surgery, as well as having worked at Tauranga’s Grace Private Hospital, Angela has been placed in charge of the Da Vinci Clinic theatre and assists Mr Bialostocki with surgery performed here. She also performs simple and complex wound care, punch biopsies and tissue expansion. Having moved to New Zealand with her family in 2007, Angela loves the lifestyle offered by the Bay of Plenty region and enjoys an active social life.

Suzanne
Suzanne
Practice Manager

She oversees the running of the clinic to the highest of standards and is delighted to be part of the team that provides a professional and discreet service to the community. An integral member of the team, Suzanne is crucial to the smooth running of the business and is immensely dedicated to the well being and comfort of both patients and other staff members. With a keen business brain, style and warmth, she personifies what it is the clinic strives to achieve. Suzanne’s charities of passion are the Waipuna Hospice where she helps with the bi-annual fund raising calendar and the Tauranga Wine and Food Festival. Through her work here she has become more aware of the lack of knowledge and support available for breast cancer and melanoma sufferers and enjoys contributing in any way she can, along with the rest of the team at the clinic.