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Paediatricians

Dr Gareth Kameron. Paediatrician Currambine, Joondalup,Perth

Dr Gareth Kameron | Director

 

Dr Gareth Kameron is an experienced paediatrician currently working in both private rooms as well as a senior consultant and director of clinical training at Joondalup Health Campus.

 

Dr Kameron completed his specialist training at Princess Margaret Hospital followed by 5 years of consulting in the emergency department. With a desire to spend more time with his then-young family, he moved to Joondalup Health Campus in 2013 where he continues to work in the children’s ward, neonatal nursery, and private maternity unit.

 

Along with direct patient care, Dr Kameron is also a director of clinical training providing ongoing education to junior doctors across multiple paediatric, neonatal and professional development areas.

 

Dr Kameron is the founding director of Paeds Plus along with his wife Anna-Skye, with their 2 children being the inspiration for the development of the clinic.

 

Expertise and areas of interest include

 

  • General paediatric medical issues 

  • Unsettled babies

  • Feeding difficulties

  • Abdominal pain

  • Constipation

  • ADHD

  • Chronic cough, asthma

 

Dr Kameron works with allied health staff to provide a holistic model of care. In his spare time, you might find him down at Bunnings or on his mountain bike. 

Dr Desiree Silva. Paediatrician Currambine, Joondalup, Perth

Prof Desiree Silva | General Paediatrician

 

MBBS, FRACP, MPH, PhD

Desiree is the professor of paediatrics at the University of Western Australia and Joondalup Health Campus (JHC). She was the Head of Paediatrics and Neonatology at JHC for over 10 years. She has a strong interest in neurodevelopmental disorders with over 25 years of experience in managing children diagnosed with ADHD, autism, anxiety and developmental disorders.

 

She is a co-author of the popular book “ADHD go to guide” and completed her PhD on early risk factors and outcomes of children diagnosed with ADHD.  Currently she is the project Co-Director for the ORIGINS study which is a collaborative initiative between the Telethon Kids Institute and Joondalup Health Campus to establish a new intervention Birth Cohort in Western Australia, which will assist in solving the puzzle of rising rates of obesity, allergies, asthma, and childhood mental health problems.

 

Desiree is keen to promote a good work life balance by increasing contact with nature and her sense of adventure.

Dr Omid Khojasteh. Paediatrician Currambine, Joondalup, Perth

Dr Omid Khojasteh | General Paediatrician

 

Dr. Omid Khojasteh received his fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Physicians following completion of his training in Paediatrics in Melbourne and Perth. 

He enjoys all aspects of general paediatrics; with a particular interest in neuro-developmental, neonatology, haematology and nephrology.

 

Omid is committed to lifelong learning. Drawing on many years of clinical insight from working in different public and rural paediatric services, he has become adept at providing patients with a friendly and caring high standard of paediatric care in all disciplines. Outside of work Omid enjoys swimming, jogging, and reading books.

Dr Tomi Ibilola . Paediatrician Currambine, Joondalup, Perth

Dr Tomi Ibilola | Developmental Paediatrician

 

Dr Tomi Ibilola is a Paediatrician who is dual trained in General Paediatrics and Developmental paediatrics. She has a family-centred approach to care provision, enjoys working with children and their families and is passionate for children to have the right early start to life. She enjoys all aspects of general paediatrics and has special interests in adolescent health, developmental paediatrics and infant health.

 

Dr Ibilola is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physician, she graduated from the University of Western Australia, Perth and she is accredited with AHPRA.

Dr Ibilola works within the public and private health sectors and leverages her previous exposure and experience of working in paediatric services within the metro and remote areas of Australia.

 

Dr Ibilola is about to complete Master in Public Health and Tropical Medicine; she is committed to clinical research, ongoing medical education and working collaboratively with other clinicians.

Outside work Tomi enjoys baking and writing. 

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