Dr David Green

Senior Staff Specialist

(MBBS(Hons), BSc(Hons), FFARCSI, FCICM, PGDipEcho)


David is a ;

  • Senior Intensive Care Specialist at University Hospital Geelong
  • Senior Intensive Care Specialist Critical Care Services at St John of God Hospital Geelong,
  • Medical Director of Organ Donation at Barwon Health
  • CICM Supervisor of Training,  Intensive Care Unit, University Hospital Geelong

He qualified from The Royal College of Surgeons in 1986 and completed Specialist Training in Anaesthesia in Ireland in 1995. Pursuing an Intensive Care Fellowship in Australia he was admitted to the College of Intensive Care Medicine in 1998. Being enamoured of the Australian way of life he became a staff specialist in Geelong in 1998 and an Australian citizen in 2000. He has an interest in all things critical care especially cardiothoracic with qualifications in critical care echo and ECMO. He is also interested in education and training, minimizing patient risk and organ donation.


David holds key roles at UHG in the areas of organ donation, deteriorating patient work, PLS/APLS, and anaesthesia and ICU training.

Medical Director Organ Donation


The Organ and Tissue Authority (OTA) works with states and territories, clinicians and the community sector to deliver the Australian Government’s national reform programme to improve organ and tissue donation and transplantation outcomes in Australia.

Contact DonateLife on 1300 133 050 (toll-free) and learn more about the DonateLife program at http://www.donatelife.gov.au/about-us#sthash.4PdpcnZt.dpuf.