Neurology

 

Dr Harry Singh

(MBBS (Ind), MRCPCH (UK) FRACP (Aust)

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.

Memberships

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.

Locations

Private neurology clinics are at Gold Coast (Pindara Hospital) and recently commenced at Wesley Hospital Brisbane. Public, neurodevelopmental clinic at Child Development services Southport and Gold Coast University Hospital, including reporting of Paediatric EEGs.

Academic

Associate Professor, Paediatric Academic Lead at Bond University Medical School.Regional examination panel for Royal College of Physicians.

Services

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 is being set up. This clinic is unique in the region for providing much needed private paediatric sub speciality services under one roof including paediatric allied health.  

Harry 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.

When not working, Harry is actively involved in sports and has played Table tennis at National level in India and Australia. He was the State Champion and All India medical TT champion for seven years in a row and obviously is an avid cricket fan. Space is one of his passion and spends time with telescope and reading about space.


Dr Kate Riney

MRCPCH FRACP
Senior Specialist, Paediatric Neurologist & Epileptologist

Dr Kate Riney is a Paediatric Neurologist & Epileptologist working at Gold Coast Child Neurology and Lady Cliento Children’s Hospital. She is also a Senior Lecturer at the Mater Medical Research Institute – University of Queensland and Chief Executive Officer of the Australia and New Zealand Child Neurology Society.

Dr Riney has international roles that include serving as a member of the Commission on Classification and Terminology of the International League against Epilepsy. Dr Riney is a member of the American Epilepsy Society, the International Child Neurology Society, the Asian and Oceanian Child Neurology Association and the British Paediatric Neurology Association.

Dr Riney is a Paediatric Neurologist with sub-specialist interest in epilepsy. She has an active role in a number of areas of paediatric neuroscience research, including involvement in international epilepsy research consortiums. Her areas of particular interest include risks of epilepsy including SUDEP, epilepsy surgery, metabolic epilepsies, tuberous sclerosis and epilepsy genetics. Dr Riney has authored a number of research papers and chapters in paediatric neurology books.

Dr Riney currently works full time in a public tertiary paediatric neurology setting Brisbane and consults privately at Gold Coast Child Neurology once a month.