Over the past two weeks, we have welcomed two new specialists to our Health Hub Doctors Morayfield team.
Dr Akshay Mishra - Cardiologist
Dr Mishra completed his MBBS and MD at the Armed Forces Medical College, India and served in the Indian Army for ten years, two of which were with the Special Forces.
Upon moving to Australia, Dr Mishra initially trained at the Canberra Hospital before moving to Queensland where he trained in Cardiology at the Gold Coast and Prince Charles Hospitals. In 2009, Dr Mishra moved to the US to pursue a fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at the Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, where he trained extensively in coronary and peripheral procedures with Dr Gary Roubin. Upon his return to Australia, Akshay continued his training in Canberra before moving to Brisbane to join The Prince Charles Hospital as a Staff Specialist. Akshay also joined Heart Care Partners working part time with them at the Mater Private Hospital, where he established a successful and popular practice. Akshay then chose to consolidate his practice on Brisbane’s northside and started his private practice at the Holy Spirit Northside Private Hospital in 2014 whilst continuing with his public work with The Prince Charles Hospital. He is also a Senior Lecturer with the School of Medicine, University of Queensland.
Areas of Special Interest/Expertise
- Primary angioplasty for acute myocardial infarction.
- Complex coronary and peripheral interventions and carotid stenting. CTCA imaging and imaging modalities to evaluate coronary and structural heart disease.
Dr Akshay Mishra consults from Purple rooms 46 and 47 on a monthly basis.
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Dr Roshini D'Souza - Renal Physician
Dr Roshini D’Souza obtained her MBChB from the University of Dundee, Scotland in 2004. She commenced her medical training at the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesborough, UK prior to moving to Australia.
Dr D’Souza completed her basic physician training and the majority of her advanced training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. This provided her with extensive exposure in general nephrology and renal transplantation.
In addition, Dr D’Souza also completed a year of training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital with vast experience in vasculitis and management of CKD patients in the community. Dr D’Souza received her FRACP in 2013.
Her special interests are in Chronic Kidney Disease, Acute Kidney Injury in the ICU setting, Renal anaemia, Bone Mineral complications of Chronic Kidney Disease, Resistant Hypertension, Renal replacement therapy and renal transplantation.
Dr D’Souza is dedicated to providing a renal consulting service within the hospital. She strives to achieve the best outcomes for her patients with a focus on evidence based medicine.
Dr Roshini D'Souza consults fortnightly on Mondays
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