Dr Suzi Nou

Dr Suzi Nou

Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA) Immediate Past President  


Suzi Nou is a Specialist Anaesthetist who studied and trained in Melbourne. After completing a paediatric fellowship, she moved to Fiji as the Senior Lecturer at the Fiji School Medicine and became Head of the Department of Anaesthesia and ICU at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital in Suva. She then moved to Cambodia and worked as an anaesthetist and intensivist at the Angkor Hospital for Children. She returned to Australia via Darwin, became a commissioned officer in the RAAF and completed a Masters of Public Health with a focus on global health and health systems strengthening.

Suzi has served as Executive Councillor, NT Representative on the ASA SANT Committee of Management (COM) and member of the Melbourne 2016 NSC Organising Committee, ASA Victorian COM, ASA Overseas Development and Education Committee (ODEC), and ANZCA/ASA/NZSA Welfare SIG Executive. During her training, she was Chair of the Victorian ANZCA Trainee Committee and Deputy Chair of the ANZCA Training Committee. External to the ASA, she sits on the Victorian State Trauma Case Review Group and VIC DHHS Health Worker Infection Prevention and Wellbeing Taskforce.

Suzi is a Course Director for Paediatric BASIC, Primary Trauma Care (PTC), Senior EMST Instructor and ALS instructor. She has been involved with establishing or teaching courses in Cambodia, Laos, China, Fiji, Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea. She continues to be actively involved with the anaesthesia society and the development of paediatric anaesthesia and critical care services in Cambodia.

Last updated 10:34 30.03.2022