After his initial medical qualifications from The University of Melbourne in 1996, Mr Chuen gained further experience in Australia and New Zealand, with special interest and expertise in minimally invasive techniques such as endovascular aortic aneurysm repair, percutaneous transluminal angioplasty and stenting for peripheral arterial disease, while maintaining an active exposure in other aspects of vascular surgery, including ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy and endovenous thermal ablation surgery for venous diseases such as varicose veins. He also performs renal transplant surgery at the Austin Hospital.

Mr Jason Chuen strives to provide the highest standard of patient care, by utilising modern techniques and providing a high quality diagnostic vascular laboratory for his patients, as well as care tailored to individual patients’ needs. The motto of Eastern Vascular “excellence, expertise, empathy” covers the ideals of this practice.

Mr Chuen is Director of Vascular Surgery at Austin Hospital, and operates in a number of major private hospitals in Victoria, including Epworth Eastern Hospital and Warringal Private Hospital. His main consulting rooms are located at Elgar Hill Medical Suites in Box Hill.

In addition to his clinical commitments, Mr Jason Chuen is dedicated to undergraduate and postgraduate training of the medical workforce. He is an Honorary Senior Fellow at The University of Melbourne, and runs regular lectures, workshops, including the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons ASSET workshop, General Surgery Pre-Fellowship Exam Course, and Preparation for Practice Course. He a trial examiner for the Adelaide Vascular Trial Exams (AVT) Course. Mr Chuen is also Founding Director of the Austin Health 3d Medical Printing Laboratory (#3dMedLab).

Mr Jason Chuen recently retired as Chair of the RACS Victorian Regional Committee and Deputy Chair of the RACS Younger Fellows Committee. He is a member of the Victorian Department of Health Victorian Surgical Services Advisory Committee, a committee member of the Australian Chinese Medical Association of Victoria, and an AMA Victoria Councillor. His interest in public health has led him to commence a Masters of Public Health at Monash University.