Dr Reeta Singh
Dr Reeta Singh strongly believes in providing compassionate care to children and families. Dr Singh has more than twenty years of clinical experience in Paediatrics.
Dr Singh has done her Paediatric training both in India, holding masters and further fellowship training at Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick. She is actively involved in training Registrars and medical students and holds an academic position at Australian National University. Dr Singh has given lectures at various Paediatric conferences and has several publications in scientific journals.
Dr Singh loves to spend time with her family, visits places and enjoys cooking different cuisine in her spare time.
Complex behavioural problems including ADHD, ODD, Tantrums, Aggression, Autism Spectrum Disorder and all aspects of General Paediatric problems from birth to eighteen years of age.
Language spoken: English, Hindi and Nepalese.
Dr Stephanie Bowen
BSc(Med) MBBS (UNSW) (Hons) DCH (USyd) FRACP
Dr Stephanie is a General Paediatrician. She completed her medical degree at the University of New South Wales and her paediatric training through the Children’s Hospital at Westmead. During this time, she undertook a wide range of clinical work, including allergy and immunology, Neonatal emergency retrieval, Adolescent medicine and developmental Paediatrics. She has also worked as a clinical lecturer in Paediatrics at the University of Sydney, educating medical students, and presented her medical education research to the national paediatric congress.
Stephanie is a visiting medical officer at Campbelltown and Camden Hospitals and is a staff specialist Paediatrician in the Children’s Hospital at Westmead Emergency Department.
Dr Stephanie spent her childhood in Allahabad, India, before returning as a teenager to finish her schooling in south western Sydney. She is the mother of three young children, and occasionally finds time to pursue her love of running.
Dr Danni Gregson
MBBS DCH MPH FRACP
Dr Danni Gregson is a General Paediatrician. She completed her medical degree at the University of Western Sydney in Campbelltown and further she did Masters of Public Health at the University of New South Wales. Dr Danni undertook her Paediatric Specialist training at Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick and spent a lot of that time working in outer metropolitan and regional hospitals, gaining a wide experience.
Dr Danni has spent the last few years working in the Campbelltown area, first as the Paediatric Fellow at Campbelltown Hospital and then in Community Health Centre clinics for complex neurodevelopmental, behavioural and vulnerable children. She also has clinical experience in Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes, having worked in the Paediatric Endocrine Clinic at Campbelltown Hospital.
Dr Danni has been regularly involved in teaching practical Paediatric skills to the medical students at the University of Western Sydney.
Dr Danni has a lovely personality of listening well to the parents concerns, prioritizing the issues and guide them toward their children best interest. Dr Danni has recently returned to work after having a baby boy and loves spending time with her family in the great outdoors.
Dr Harsha Gowda
MBBS MD FRACP
Dr Harsha Gowda is a General Paediatrician with more than 15 years of working experience in Paediatrics. Dr Gowda completed his Masters training, MD Paediatrics at Rajiv Gandhi University, Bangalore, India. Subsequently, to chase his dream, he migrated to Australia for further specialist training.
Dr Gowda obtained Specialist Fellowship in General Paediatrics, that includes an extensive training in Neonatology . He continues to have his passion for Newborn and provides a dedicated follow-up care, to make sure NICU graduates are developing and thriving well. His FRACP Paediatric training involved working in various regions of Queensland and NSW. He currently holds a VMO position at Canterbury Hospital and Campbelltown hospital.
In addition to his special interest in Neonates, he also manages complex behavioural, acute and chronic Paediatric cases up to sixteen years of age.
Languages Spoken: Hindi, Kannada, English.
Dr Kumi Kalaialagan
MBBS FRACP MD DCH Cert. Em. Medicine
Dr Kumuthiny (Kumi) Kalaialagan is a General Paediatrician with more than 15 years of working experience in General Paediatrics and Neonatology. Dr Kumi graduated with MBBS in 2004 with a gold medal in Paediatrics. She then completed her Masters in Paediatrics MD, in 2010 at Colombo University, Sri Lanka. Dr Kumi has had extensive training experience in acute and complex and chronic paediatric medical problems during this period. In addition, she worked with subspeciality teams such as Paediatric – Cardiology, Endocrinology, Neurology, Nutrition, Nephrology, NICU, PICU and Rheumatology.
Dr Kumi worked as a Consultant Paediatrician and Lecturer in Paediatrics in Sri Lanka prior to migrating to Australia.
Dr Kumi now has seven years of work experience in Australia and has completed her Paediatric training in Australia and holds a Fellowship in Paediatrics (FRACP), Diploma in Child Health (Sydney), and a Certificate in Emergency Medicine (Australasia). She worked in regional and metropolitan hospitals in NSW during her Fellowship training in Australia.
Dr Kumi is ADOS (Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule) trained. She has a passion for providing the ultimate and tailored care for children considering their family and cultural background.
Dr Archana Prasad
MBBS MD Paediatrics, FRACP
Dr Prasad is a General Paediatrician with more than ten years of working experience in Paediatrics and Neonatal medicine. She completed both her primary medical degree and her post-graduation training, (MD) Masters in Paediatrics from a prestigious Medical University in India. Subsequently Dr Prasad moved to Australia and completed her Fellowship, FRACP in Paediatrics. This included working in various specialities including Neonatal units in both Tertiary and Base hospitals in NSW. Dr Prasad has involved herself in various quality improvement projects for her department and is passionate about teaching.
Dr Prasad loves quality time with her family and enjoys trying new recipes and reading Harry Potter for her kids.
Languages spoken: English, Hindi, Kannada, Telugu