Stace Anaesthetists
Dr Stephen Kinnear


MBBS (Adelaide 1979)
Diploma of Obstetrics
RACOG (Adelaide 1980)
FFARACS (Australia 1988)
FANZCA (Australia 1990)


  • Member of Anaesthetic Advisory Committees of several of Adelaide’s Private Hospitals
  • Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists
  • Member of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists
  • Chairman, Overseas Aid Subcommittee of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists

Steve joined Stace Anaesthetists in 1997 and has been working in the practice continuously since that time.

Professional Interests

Steve has a wide range of clinical anaesthetic experience and a strong interest in teaching anaesthesia, particularly to anaesthetists in developing countries, and also to Australian anaesthetists who are preparing to work overseas. Steve regularly works in neighbouring developing countries.

A large part of Steve’s work in Adelaide centres around anaesthesia for urology, ear nose and throat surgery, eye surgery, general surgery and colo-rectal surgery including sedation for endoscopy and colonoscopy.

Training & Experience

  • Registrar in South Australian Anaesthesia training program 1981-82 and 1987-90
  • Registrar in Anaesthesia, United Kingdom, 1986
  • Senior Registrar in Anaesthesia, Royal Adelaide Hospital, 1991


  • Volunteer doctor, Australian Volunteers International, working in the Cook Islands South Pacific 1983/84 and again in 1989/90
  • Consultant Staff Anaesthetist, Royal Adelaide Hospital, 1992/94
  • Inaugural Anaesthetic Training Program Coordinator, Pacific Anaesthetic Training Program, Colonial War Memorial Hospital, Suva Fiji, 1995/96
  • Senior Consultant Specialist Anaesthetist, Royal Adelaide Hospital,  1997

Other Appontments

  • Visiting consultant to the Department of Anaesthesia, Flinders Medical Centre
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