Dr. Harry Singh
Dr Harry Singh has a dual degree in Paediatric Neurology and General Paediatrics with an interest in broad range of Paediatric neurology conditions particularly epilepsy. He obtained MBBS from Northern India, followed by General Paediatric and Paediatric neurology training in England, New Zealand and Australia.
Dr Singh is a member of Australia New Zealand Child Neurology Society (ANZCNS), Australian Epilepsy Society (AES), European Paediatric Child Neurology Society, International Child Neurology Association (ICNA) and others.
Associate Professor, Paediatric Academic Lead at Bond University Medical School.
Regional examination panel for Royal College of Physicians.
Dr Singh is passionate about providing the best care for children and has established Paediatric Neurology services in Queensland/NSW and in India. Only private Paediatric EEG services has commenced at Wesley Hospital in Brisbane, Lismore (NSW) and Gold Coast and there are plans for further extension of the services to other parts of NSW and QLD.
A Paediatric multi subspecialty services on the Gold Coast called the Paediatric Synapse Clinic has been set up and operated at the Paediatric Centre Gold Coast. This clinic is unique in the region for providing much needed private paediatric sub speciality services under one roof including paediatric-allied health.
Dr Singh also provides charity work in the Himalayan belt of Northern India to poor children with profound neuro disability and supports local Paediatrician with regular visits.
Personally walking the treatment rooms and overseeing the Medical related operations are part of Dr Singh’s active role within the Paediatric Centre Gold Coast. He seeks to remain a Paediatric Neurologist whom recognises the great benefit from having a multidisciplinary team approach and always strives to further impart his own knowledge to the Allied Team working alongside him.