At Prince of Wales, we have highly experienced, qualified and supportive specialist Neonatologists working at our hospital. Their focus is on the medical care of newborn infants, particularly those in our Special Care Nursery. Our team of Neonatologists provide 24-hour comprehensive care, including monitoring vital signs, managing respiratory distress, and addressing any health issues that may arise in the first few weeks of life.


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Dr Parag Mishra
Neonatologist and Paediatrician

Dr Parag Mishra is a senior neonatologist who has been working for more than 15 years at RHW and is a Medical Advisory Committee at Prince of Wales Private hospital.  His area of neonatal interest includes neonatal ventilation and resuscitation, resident training and education, medical student education and that is only a few of his comprehensive list of favourite topics.

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Dr Kevin Swil
Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Specialist and Paediatrician

Dr Kevin Swil provides comprehensive paediatric care for neonates, children and their families from birth through to 16 years of age. As a Senior Intensive Care Specialist at a major tertiary hospital, Kevin is accustomed to caring for the sickest neonates and children from all across NSW.

Kevin is dedicated to delivering the best possible outcome for children and their families through evidence based care and research.

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Dr John Smyth
Neonatologist and Paediatrician

Dr Smyth is a senior neonatologist. He worked in both paediatrics and neonatology in New Zealand and the United Kingdom for 17 years.  He has travelled around the world and his areas of interest include EEG monitoring, neonatal ventilation, palliative care, infection control and education.

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Dr Anjali Dhawan
Neonatologist and Paediatrician

Dr Anjali Dhawan has been providing care to newborns and their families for over a decade.

She focusses on the care of premature babies as well as babies with low birth weight or other problems, including those that occur post-surgically. Dr Dhawan has expertise in performing formal Bayley Scales III development assessments and providing early intervention follow up. She works closely with parents to provide the best evidence based care possible for their little ones.

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Dr Gary Williams
Paediatrician and Paediatric Intensive Care Physician

Gary completed his undergraduate medical degree at the University of Sydney then undertook specialist paediatric training in Sydney, London, Cambridge and Nigeria. He obtained FRACP in 1991 then completed a Fellowship in Paediatric Critical Care at Children’s Medical Centre Dallas USA and returned to Australia to take up a post as Staff Specialist in Children’s Intensive Care at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick in 1995, a post which he still holds. His particular interests include muscle physiology and sepsis/inflammation.

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Dr Meredith Ward
Neonatologist and Paediatrician

Dr Meredith Ward is a senior neonatologist. Her clinical interests include supporting parental involvement in their child’s care, through the Family Integrated Care program, optimising neurodevelopmental aspects of neonatal intensive care for both term and preterm infants, optimising perioperative care of the sick neonate, and long term management of infants affected by maternal substance use during pregnancy.

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Dr Kavita Bhola
Neonatologist and Paediatrician

Dr Kavita Bhola undertook her training at Canberra Hospital, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Royal Hospital for Women and the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Her expertise is in looking after babies in the newborn period extending to the early formative school going years.

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