Pediatric Ballarat visiting subspecialists

To provide the best Pediatric Ballarat resources and expertise.

Dr. Robert Weintraub is a paediatric cardiologist who completed his paediatric training at the Prince of Wales Children’s Hospital in Sydney, before training at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Harefield Hospital, UK and the UCSD Medical Centre, San Diego.  He has been employed as a Cardiologist at the Royal Children’s Hospital since 1992.

Dr. Weintraub runs the heart failure, heart transplantation and pulmonary hypertension services at the Royal Children’s Hospital, is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and an honorary Associate Professor at the University of Melbourne.

Dr. Michael Hayman trained in Paediatrics, prior to sub-specialising in Paediatric Neurology at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Monash Medical Centre and Austin and Repatriation Medical Centres, in Melbourne. Subsequent training occurred at British Columbia’s Children’s Hospital in Vancouver, Canada.

Michael holds appointments as a Paediatric Neurologist at Royal Children’s Hospital and Monash Medical Centre, Cabrini Medical Centre and Ballarat Base Hospital, and visits Frankston, Warragul and Ballarat.

Associate Professor John Massie has been a paediatric respiratory physician at Royal Childrens Hospital, Melbourne, for the last 18 years. He sees children from infancy to adolescence with airway and breathing problems, including asthma, recurrent chest infections, cough, chronic neonatal lung disease, congenital lung and airway diseases, cystic fibrosis, obstructive sleep apnoea and respiratory complications of neuromuscular weakness.