Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Obstructive sleep disorder, Indigenous children’s ear disease.
BSc(Hons), MBBS, FRACS is a Paediatric Otolaryngologist, Head and Neck Surgeon at Perth Children’s Hospital, St John of God Hospitals (Subiaco and Murdoch) and South Perth Hospital.
His current research interests include obstructive sleep disorder and Indigenous children’s ear disease. He is also enthusiastic about the opportunities for rural patients with the development of Telehealth Clinics and a visiting Rural Paediatric ENT service.
Paul has an active role in teaching medical students from the University of Western Australia and University of Notre Dame, junior medical staff and the ENT surgical trainees.
ENT facial plastic surgery, rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, aesthetic rhinoplasty, reconstructive rhinoplasty, cosmetic eyelid surgery, facelift surgery, sinus surgery and non-surgical facial rejuvenation.
Dr Imani is a certified specialist ENT facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon in Perth. He is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS), the only official body training and representing specialist surgeons in Australia RACS
He is a consultant surgeon at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Nedlands and is actively involved in teaching surgical trainees, junior doctors and medical students both in the teaching hospitals SCGH and the ctec facilities located in the University of Western Australia. Dr Imani’s state of the art private practice surgery facilities are located in the heart of the Claremont shopping and business district.
General and Paediatric Otolaryngology, all aspects of sinus disease, Endoscopic anterior skull base surgery.
Chris operates out of Hollywood Private Hospital and is Head of the ENT Department at Sir Charles Gairdner hospital. His interests include general and paediatric otolaryngology, the management of all aspects of sinus disease and endoscopic anterior skull base surgery.
Chris is one of very few ENT surgeons in Australia to have dual Fellowship training in sinus and anterior skull base surgery. His experience and research have lead to several international presentations, journal publications and academic book chapter publications. Chris has also participated as a lecturer and demonstrator at local and international sinus courses and workshops.
Surgeons, Parathyroid Surgery, Paediatric ENT
Dr Sader graduated from the Medical School of The University of Western Australia in 1997. He began his specialist training at Royal Perth Hospital in 2003 and completed advanced surgical training in 2006. He passed the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons final examination in 2007. Dr Sader gained further post fellowship experience at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in Nova Scotia, Canada under the guidance of Assoc. Professor S. Mark Taylor, Head and Neck and Facial Plastic Surgeon. Dr Sader worked in a team of talented surgeons and developed further skills in thyroid and parathyroid surgery, paediatric ENT, laser microsurgery and reconstruction of throat and neck conditions
Paediatric ENT Surgeon
Dr Darin Bilish MB ChB FRACS grew up in New Zealand and after graduating from the University of Otago in medicine and surgery, he subsequently moved to Perth where he trained in Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery. Darin has completed a Paediatric Otolaryngology fellowship at Starship Children’s Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, and has visited a number of prestigious paediatric ENT units around the world including Cinicinnati Children’s Hospital and Arkansas Children’s Hospital in the US and Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, UK.
Mr Fisher was born in Perth. He trained in Western Australia and then completed his Fellowship in the UK before returning to Perth to establish his rooms in Duncraig.Mr Fisher has been the Consultant ENT Surgeon at Glengarry Hospital since 1991, Joondalup Health Campus since 1994 and Fremantle Hospital from 1991-2013. He was Head of Department (ENT) at Fremantle Hospital and developed the Fremantle Hospital Head & Neck Multidisciplinary Clinic.
Paediatric ENT, Paediatric Ear, Nose &Throat Surgery
George is an Ear, Nose & Throat Surgeon (ENT) with a special interest in Paediatric Ear, Nose &Throat Surgery. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) and also a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Glasgow (FRCS Orl-HNS). George graduated from University College Dublin, Ireland in 2002. He went through Fellowship trainings in Paediatric ENT at the Children’s University Hospital Temple Street in Dublin and Princess Margaret Hospital for Children in Perth.
Paediatric Otolaryngology, Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, Otology, Cochlear Implants, Chronic Ear Disease
Dr Friedland has more than 25 years’ specialist ENT experience serving both in Australia and abroad. There have been many exciting advances in ENT including cochlear implantation, anterior skull base endoscopic sinus surgery and voice rehabilitation techniques. Joondalup Health Campus is ideally situated and equipped for these services and together with his colleagues, Prof. Friedland is thrilled to be providing them to children and adults in the northern corridor. Prof. Friedland’s special interests include otology, cochlear implants, chronic ear disease, hearing loss and rehabilitation, paediatric otolaryngology, endoscopic sinus surgery and voice and swallowing disorders.
ENT surgeons, Clinic Based and Surgical ENT Techniques
Dr Robert Green is a practicing local GP who has a specialist interest in ENT. He qualified from Southampton University (UK) in 2006 and spent four years working in a busy District General Hospital, with two of these years spent as an ENT Senior House Officer. During this time he was trained by two specialist ENT surgeons and learned both clinic based and surgical ENT techniques.He then spent three years training to become a GP in Hampshire, England after which he became a partner in a suburban practice. He also practiced as a GP with Specialist Interest (GPSI) in ENT for the local health service during this time.
ENT Specialists, Audiologist
I have been a practicing Audiologist for nearly 20 years. I chose to become an Audiologist because I wanted to study something different and something useful that I can give back to the society. I have worked in diverse environments like hospitals, schools and ENT & Speech and Hearing clinics. I started my career as an Audiologist and Speech Pathologist at Vikram ENT Hospital and Integral Ear Institute in Coimbatore, South India in 1999. I was the youngest Audiologist trained in Cochlear Implants in India then. I visited Melbourne in 1999 for a Cochlear Implant training Workshop. That is where I fell in love with Australia and the work ethics that I wanted to come back and work in Australia. But it didn’t happen soon. From India, I moved to Singapore where I worked for the Singapore School for the Deaf as an Educational Audiologist. In 2002, my desire to work in Australia became real.