Don Antonio de Gimbernat y Arbós (Cambrils, Tarragona province, 1734 – Madrid, 1816) was a Spanish (Catalan) surgeon and anatomist. He is known for laying the groundwork for modern techniques of inguinal hernia repair. He also described in detail the anatomy of the inguinal and femoral regions of the human body.
The lacunar ligament is named after Antonio de Gimbernat.
His son Don Antonio Gimbernat FRSE (1765-1834) closely followed in his footsteps and was First Surgeon to the King of Spain.