Andrew Middleton is a specialist Anaesthetist and a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (FANZCA). He obtained his medical degree from The University of Melbourne in 1998 and subsequently completed his specialty anaesthesia training in 2009 through St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, The Mercy Hospital for Women and The Royal Children’s Hospital.
Following this, Andrew undertook a twelve month Fellowship at The Royal Melbourne hospital focusing on anaesthesia for trauma, neurosurgery and plastic reconstructive surgery. As part of this Fellowship, he was involved in research in the area of pain medicine and anaesthesia for neurosurgery. He is published in the field of anaesthesia for vascular surgery.
Andrew is currently appointed as a visiting specialist anaesthetist at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne. He also works at several private hospitals across Melbourne. His areas of clinical interest include regional anaesthesia for plastic and orthopaedic surgery, ENT surgery, vascular and neurosurgery.
Outside of work, Andrew is a father to three young children and a keen cyclist.
BSc (Neuroscience), MB ChB, FANZCA, GDipMngt
Areas of Specialisation
Anaesthesia for orthopaedic surgery
Anaesthesia for neurosurgery, ear, nose and throat surgery.
Alex is originally from New Zealand and finished his undergraduate medical degree at the University of Otago. He moved to Australia in 2000 and completed his Anaesthesia training in NSW, the UK and at the Alfred and St Vincent’s Hospitals in Melbourne.
After working as a consultant at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne and Christchurch Hospital in New Zealand, Alex accepted a position at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne in 2013, where he continues to work. He joined the Victorian Anaesthetic Group at the same time and works in private practice throughout Melbourne.
Alex is heavily involved with teaching trainee anaesthetists and preparing them for ANZCA examinations. He participates fully in the ANZCA continuing professional development programme.
Outside anaesthesia, Alex’s interests include surfing, kite-surfing and mountain-biking.
For more information about Victorian Anaesthetic Group http://vag.com.au/
MB.BS (Hons) FANZCA
Dr Antoniou graduated from Monash University with a Bachelors Degree in Medicine & Surgery with Honours in 1994. He completed his Specialist Training in Anaesthesia at the Royal Melbourne & St Vincent’s Hospitals. Further training was conducted at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge UK.
After returning to Australia in 2003 he worked as a Consultant Anaesthetist at Box Hill Hospital, Monash Medical Centre and The Royal Eye & Ear Hospital for many years.
Dr Antoniou has a great deal of experience with many different types of anaesthetic practice. He also has a particular interest and experience in regional anaesthesia and the use of ultrasound in anaesthesia.
As a member of the Melbourne Anaesthetic Group he currently works in private practice spanning the disciplines of Orthopaedics, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Ophthalmic Surgery, Ear, Nose and Throat, General and Robotic Urology, General Surgery and Colorectal Surgery.
Dr Pandelis Dimitriou
Andrew graduated from La Trobe University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and subsequently completed his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy in 2013. He has been awarded the Title of APA Sports Physiotherapist and is considered one of the foremost authorities in foot and ankle assessment and management.
Dr Tim Lightfoot
Dr Tim Lightfoot is a consultant physician at St Vincent’s Hospital and Mercy Hospital for Women. He is Director of the High Dependency Unit at St Vincent’s Private Hospital (East Melbourne) and has been a consultant in Perioperative Medicine since 1998. He also consults at Epworth Hospitals (Richmond and Freemasons). For appointments, contact his rooms on 9419 9699.