Our Paediatric Team
Dr. Sabapathi Subiramanian, Clinical Head of Unit
Saba was born in India and learnt his profession in paediatrics in both India and UK.
He has developed a special interest in treating newborn babies and providing telehealth medicine to rural and remote areas of our catchment. Saba is passionate about delivering the best possible care for local children and believes in empowering patients, families and nursing staff through education.
Dr. Lalita Jindal
Lalita is a Paediatric Consultant providing General Paediatric services, including management of Allergies, Respiratory diseases, GI tract disorders and infant feeding problems. Lalita has a special interest in providing allergy clinics, including food and airway allergy testing (e.g. skin prick test), drug and insect allergy assessment, education and management of eczema and asthma.
Lalita finished her basic medical training in India and specialist paediatric training in UK before moving to Australia in 2013. During her UK training, Lalita developed her paediatric subspecialty interests by training in respiratory and gastroenterology units at the Royal Belfast Hospital for sick Children in UK.
After moving to Melbourne, Lalita joined Allergy/Immunology at Murdoch Childrens Research Institute and Royal Children Hospital. She has participated in the 2 year allergy clinical training programme for paediatricians at The Royal Childrens Hospital. She has also completed a Master degree in Allergy from Imperial College London in September 2014.
Dr. Muhammad Sohail Rana
Sohail has an interest in management of Allergies, Respiratory diseases, Developmental and Behavioural issues and infant feeding problems, along with general paediatrics.
He completed basic medical training in Latvia and specialist paediatric training including advanced training in Australia based at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, NSW. Sohail was awarded full RACP Fellowship in February 2017. Sohail most recently was working as a Paediatric fellow at Wollongong and Shoalhaven Hospitals NSW including ambulatory care clinics, a dedicated indigenous paediatric health clinic and rural outreach clinics to the NSW south coast at Cullunghutti, Nowra, Milton and Batemans Bay. Sohail enjoys academic pursuits and relished providing formal Paediatric and Neonatal simulation scenario training for clinicians and ward based teaching for medical students. Sohail also organised the Paediatric FRACP exam for 2016 at Wollongong Hospital.
Dr. Stephan Reid
Stephan was born in South Africa and completed his primary medical degree at the University of Pretoria School of Medicine. He had an early interest in paediatrics and completed his paediatric training at the University of the Free State in 2010. Hereafter he established a busy private practice in a regional country town in South Africa.
His medical interests include neonatology and paediatric cardiology, but having practiced in a regional setting, he is experienced in a wide range of general paediatrics.
All referrals should be faxed to the CGH Consulting Rooms:
Tel: 5143 8944
Fax: 5143 8945