Paediatrics

Paediatrics delivers specialist paediatric and child health-care services by a trained paediatrician at a distance, using telephone, email, or video conference. Midas Telehealth team of paediatricians can offer
 

  • Children growth and development assessments,

  • paediatric endocrinology, 

  • behavioural assessments,

  • paediatric cardiology, 

  • foetal medicine, 

  • complex children related health matters

  • others 
     

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Our Paediatricians

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Dr. Rajesh Maheshwari

MBBS, MD (Paediatrics), FRACP, MPhil (University of Sydney), CCPU, Speciality: Neonatology and Paediatrics

I have done my initial pediatric training from India at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi. Subsequently, I have completed my pediatrics and neonatology fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. Currently, I am working as a consultant neonatologist at Westmead Hospital in Sydney. I look after the newborn infants admitted in the neonatal intensive care unit and special care nursery and also follow the high-risk infants in the outpatient clinic.

Dr. Rajesh Maheshwari will consult with children under 1 year only.

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Dr. Vallimayil Velayutham

Paediatric Endocrinologist, MBBS FRACP

Dr Vallimayil Velayutham is a Staff Specialist at Campbelltown Hospital, in South west Sydney local health district with special interests in diabetes and hormonal disorders in children and adolescents.

Dr Velayutham did her MBBS in India and started her general paediatric training in the United Kingdom. She then moved to Australia and after completing her paediatric training at the Mater Hospital (Now merged to Queensland Children’s’ Hospital) Brisbane, she did her subspeciality paediatric endocrinology training at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.

She is currently undertaking her PhD with University of Sydney on new insights into pathophysiology of diabetes complications in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. She has published her original research in international diabetes journals. She is actively involved in research and also undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.