Marco Larobina is a consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon based at the Royal Melbourne and Epworth Hospitals in Melbourne.
Mr. Larobina has a unique and innovative cardiac surgical practice encompassing the whole spectrum of adult acquired and adult congenital heart disease surgery. His interests include Aortic Surgery, Complex valve reconstruction, Minimally invasive surgery, Total Arterial Coronary Bypass, Adult Congenital Heart disease surgery and the Ross Operation.
Since commencing practice, Mr. Larobina has established multiple surgical programs at the Royal Melbourne hospital, including a dedicated Thoracic Aortic Surgical service, a Transcatheter valve program and a probono surgical program in conjunction with the East Timor Hearts Fund charity. Mr. Larobina has also partnered with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Neuroendocrine Tumour service, formulating an interest and significant practice in the complex area of patients with Carcinoid Heart Disease.
Mr. Larobina obtained his FRACS in 2008, following training at the Alfred, Royal Melbourne and Royal Children’s Hospitals in Melbourne. He subsequently undertook fellowships at Papworth Hospital, Cambridge UK and Massachusetts General Hospital Boston USA.