In collaboration with our Paediatric Specialists, Southside Kids provides an outpatient paediatric clinic supported by a team of Allied Health professionals and friendly Administration staff.
Dr Sanjeev Khurana

MBBS, MS, FRCSI, FRACS

Paediatric General Surgeon and Urologist

 

Dr Sanjeev Khurana is a Paediatric Surgeon and Urologist based at both – Women’s & Children’s Hospital as well as Flinders Medical Centre since 2006. Sanjeev is also one of the co-founders of ‘Danny’s Place’ – South Australia’s only provider of holistic care for children with obesity related problems.  Besides looking after routine surgical problems in children, Sanjeev’s major interests include gastrointestinal problems such as gastro-oesophageal reflux, gallstones, Hirschsprung’s disease, anorectal anomalies and chronic constipation. Sanjeev also routinely manages all forms of urological problems in children (except bladder extrophy).

 

When Sanjeev is not busy with work he enjoys his team sports like AFL, Cricket and enjoys playing Squash.

Dr Noha Soliman

Dr Noha Soliman

MBBCh, DCH, FRACP

General Pediatrician

 

Dr Soliman was admitted to the fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physician in 2013. She combines both private and public work. She is a staff specialist at Flinders Medical Centre.

 

Dr Soliman has been practicing in South Australia since 2005. She completed her medical degree in Cairo. After she moved to Adelaide, she developed a passion for Paediatrics to care for children and their families. Dr Soliman has been working in Paediatrics since 2007 and undertook her training at Women’s &  Children’s Hospital, Flinders Medical Centre, Lyell McEwin and Port Augusta Hospitals.
Dr Soliman is a one of the foundation members of the Academy of Child and Adolescent Health (ACAH) promoting the health and wellbeing of every child and young person. She is also a member of the Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorder (ANZAED) and  an active member of the State-wide Paediatric Clinical Guidelines reference group (SAPCG).

 

Dr Soliman sees children and adolescents in all areas of general medicine and developmental paediatrics. She is an accredited diagnostician for Autism Spectrum Disorder. Dr Soliman sees children with various developmental and behavioural issues.

Dr Jaideep Rawat

MBBS, MS (Orth) FRACS, FAOrthA

Orthopaedic Surgeon

 

Dr Jai Rawat is an Orthopaedic Surgeon who has specialised in Paediatric Orthopaedics and works at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital and at Flinders Medical Centre. He completed his FRACS in 2012 and is a fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association.

 

He undertook further paediatric orthopaedic training in Australia and USA and is a member of the Australian Paediatric Orthopaedic Society. His private work is exclusively in Paediatric Orthopaedic. His special areas of interest are paediatric sports injuries (paediatric knee and shoulder), paediatric trauma, deformity correction and congenital hip and foot conditions.

Dr Himani Joshi

Dr Himani Joshi

MBBS, MS, FRACS

ENT Surgeon

 

Dr Himani Joshi completed her advanced paediatric and adult ENT training in South Australia, which led to a formal fellowship in Head and Neck surgery at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.

 

She has vast experience in adult and paediatric ENT with special interest in all aspects of paediatric otolaryngology and the management of cancerous and non-cancerous tumours of the head and neck.

 

She is a visiting ENT specialist at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital & Flinders Medical Centre and now consults privately at the Robe Terrace Specialist Suite in Medindie and Flinders Private Hospital.

 

Dr Himani Joshi is committed to delivering the highest quality in patient care.

Dr Matthew Scholar

Dr Matthew Scholar

MBBS, LLB, FRACP

General Paediatrician

 

Matt is a General Paediatrician at both Flinders Medical Centre and Flinders Private Hospital – Southside Kids. He trained at Monash University, undertook internship at FMC in 2004 and completed paediatric training (working in SA, NSW and NT) in 2012. In addition to inpatient care at FMC, Matt is part of the Children’s Assessment (Development)Team, Paediatric Diabetes Team, Rapid Response Asthma Team, Feeding Assessment Team and Child Protection Service. Matt also provides Outreach clinics to Naracoorte and the Upper South East region three times a year, and also sits on the RACP Paediatric Basic Training Site Accreditation Committee. Privately, Matt consults at Southside Kids, and also loves dabbling in some neonatal work at FPH. His love for babies sees him working closely with the Obstetricians and Theatre team for deliveries. Matt has an interest in medicolegal matters, having previously completed a Law Degree at Monash.

 

Away from work, Matt is married to a local GP, and has three young children. Over the warmer months, you may see Matt at the beach as well as bringing up the rear in triathlons and open water swims.

Dr John Wong

MBBS, DCH, FRACP, PhD

Paediatric Respiratory and Sleep Physician

 

Dr John Wong is the only Paediatric Respiratory and Sleep Physician that is working privately in South Australia.   After graduating from the University of Adelaide in 2005, he commenced Paediatric training in 2007 and sub specialised in Paediatric Respiratory and Sleep Medicine at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.  In 2011 he moved to Melbourne and worked as the Respiratory Fellow at the Royal Children’s Hospital. He also actively participated in research activities with the world renowned Australian Respiratory Early Surveillance Team for Cystic Fibrosis (AREST-CF) program and completed a PhD with the University of Melbourne.   With his research experience he has been invited to speak both in national and international thoracic society conferences.

 

John moved back to Adelaide with his family in 2013 where he received his Fellowship in Paediatrics subspecialising in Paediatric Respiratory and Sleep Medicine from the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2014.  He is also actively involved in medical teaching providing training and education to general practitioners and also paediatricians in training.

 

John’s main clinical interests include:

 

  1. The snoring child
  2. Paediatric asthma
  3. Children with productive and chronic cough.

 

He has 3 young children to keep him busy and is also long-suffering Liverpool FC supporter.

Dr Rammy Abu Assi

MBBS, DCH, FRACP, PhD

Paediatric Gastroenterologist

 

Dr Rammy Abu-Assi is a Paediatric Gastroenterologist who deals with all facets of illnesses related to the gastrointestinal tract, liver and nutrition. He was born in Darwin and came to Adelaide to undertake a medical degree at the University of Adelaide which was completed in 1996. Then went on and undertook paediatric speciality training at the Women’s & Children’s Hospital, subspecialising in gastroenterology. As part of his training he completed a one year fellowship overseas at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. Furthermore, he has been awarded a PhD at the University of Adelaide for his research work in the epidemiology of inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative colitis) in Australian children. He is trained to undertake endoscopic procedures in children, and works at the Women’s & Children’s Hospital.

 

He is married with two children, and thus understands the impact that a child’s illness can have on their own health, development and education, as well as the rest of the family.

 

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Dr Sadia Chaudry

MBBS, FCPS (Paeds), FRACP (Paediatrics)

General Paediatrician

Sadia is a highly skilled General Paediatrician with over 14 years of experience managing a wide range of complex acute and chronic illnesses that effect children in various sub-specialties such as endocrinology, cardiology, nephrology, neonatology and others. Her warm and easy demeanour makes her an ideal doctor to approach for discreet, trustworthy and highly competent consultations regarding children.

She is accredited by Autism SA for diagnosing autism spectrum disorders that compliments her ability to manage children with complex medical conditions who may present with developmental delay, autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit and other behavioural conditions. She is an expert in dealing with at risk and emotionally dysregulated young people.

Graduating from her medicine degree in 1996, she has a four-year fellowship in general paediatrics from Pakistan followed by a six-year fellowship as a General Paediatrician from the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. She is currently working at Adelaide Youth Training Centre and Mount Gambier Hospital.

Dr Christopher Lamb

BMBS, FRACS

Paediatric General Surgeon

Dr Lamb is an experienced general paediatrician who see children from ages 0 – 18 years. He has a background in development and behavioural paediatrics but he also sees children with medical problems. Dr Lamb has been involved in research in a number of multi-centre research projects on ADHD. Dr Lambs interests include bushwalking, tennis, linguistics, non-superhero movies and giving himself over to a good novel.

Ms Joanne Jenkin

Ms Joanne Jenkin

Feeding Assessment