Sam Milliken

Sam Milliken

Dr Milliken joined St Vincent’s Clinic at its inception, and became head of Clinical Haematology at St Vincent’s in 2014. He is also currently chair of the St Vincent’s Clinic Foundation Research Grants Committee.

He is a Senior Lecturer in Medicine and Pathology at the University of NSW and has published over 85 papers in peer-reviewed medical journals and 8 chapters in medical textbooks. He was a past member and Vice-Chair of the NSW Health Postgraduate Medical Council later MSEC and chaired the inaugural NSW Basic Physicians Training Committee for that organisation. Past Director of Physicians Training and later Regional Director of Training for St Vincent’s Hospital until becoming Chair of the NSW Physicians Training Committee.

Dr Milliken was a past member, secretary and chair of the St Vincent’s Campus Medical Council and in those roles was an attendee of the past St Vincent’s and Mater Health Boards. He was clinical lead in the successful project to deliver major refurbishment of Ward 9 south (Haematology) in St Vincent’s Hospital, including raising over $6M in donations with the help of the Curran Foundation for the project. He is involved in ongoing development work with St Vincent’s Clinic and the Curran Foundation to establish a dedicated Cellular Therapy Unit for both research and new therapies on the St Vincent’s Campus. He is also an active member St Vincent’s Private Hospital Medical Advisory Council and Patient Care Review Committees.