Dr Jitoko Cama FRACS


Dr Jitoko Cama completed his undergraduate studies at the University of the South Pacific, School of Medicine, in Suva, Fiji. He holds a MBBS (1996) and a MMed – Surgery (2003). Dr Cama then worked as a Medical Officer and completed public health rotations before joining the surgical unit at Colonial War Memorial Hospital, Fiji in 1999. In 2002, Dr Cama was awarded the Rowan Nick’s Fellow Scholarship for an attachment in Auckland. This paved the way for his further attachments and training in various senior paediatric surgical training positions in Auckland and Christchurch, and later Melbourne from 2006 to 2009. He successfully completed FRACS-Paediatric surgery training in Melbourne in 2008. Dr Cama is currently a Specialist Paediatric Surgeon/Paediatric Urologist in the Department of Paediatric Surgery at Waikato Hospital. He is also an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at Auckland University and a visiting Paediatric Surgeon to Whakatane and Tokoroa Hospital’s.