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Dr Murad Ibrahim   MBBch, FRACP Respiratory, Sleep & General Physician Honorary Lecturer Melbourne University Medical Director of Mitcham Sleep Laboratory
Dr   Ibrahim    is   a   respiratory,   sleep   and   general   physician;   who also    trained    fully    in    intensive    care    medicine.    He    undertook most   of   his   training   at   the   Austin   Hospital,   and   he   holds   a public   appointment   at   the   Austin   Hospital   as   a   respiratory   and sleep    physician    including    the    Victorian    Respiratory    Support Services   (VRSS);   the   main   centre   for   chronic   ventilation   in Victoria.   He   also   works   at   Maroondah   Hospital   as   a   respiratory, sleep and general physician. Dr   Ibrahim    is   an   honorary   lecturer   at   Melbourne   University, and   is   heavily   involved   in   undergraduate   teaching.   His   areas   of interest   include   chronic   non-invasive   ventilation;   in   which   he   is conducting research as part of his MD degree. He   currently   holds   the   position   as   the   medical   director   of   the Mitcham   Hospital   Sleep   Laboratory.   He   is   a   member   of   the medical    advisory    committee    for    both    Mitcham    and    Knox Private    Hospitals.    He    is    trained    and    experienced    in    the management   of   complex   sleep   disorders,   including   reporting   of bi-level ventilation sleep studies.  He   has   admitting   rights   to   Mitcham,   Knox   and   Epworth   Eastern Hospitals    and    is    happy    to    provide    inpatient    care    at    these hospitals.   He   also   provides   a   regular   bronchoscopy   service   at Mitcham Private Hospital and the other hospitals if required. Other    special    skills    include    adult    resuscitation    and    peri- operative   medicine;   which   he   acquired   through   his   intensive care and anaesthesia training.  
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Mitcham RD Consulting Suites
Dr Murad Ibrahim   MBBch, FRACP Respiratory, Sleep & General Physician Honorary Lecturer Melbourne University Medical Director of Mitcham Sleep Laboratory
Dr   Ibrahim    is   a   respiratory,   sleep   and   general   physician;   who   also   trained   fully   in   intensive   care   medicine.   He   undertook   most   of   his   training   at the   Austin   Hospital,   and   he   holds   a   public   appointment   at   the   Austin   Hospital   as   a   respiratory   and   sleep   physician   including   the   Victorian Respiratory   Support   Services   (VRSS);   the   main   centre   for   chronic   ventilation   in   Victoria.   He   also   works   at   Maroondah   Hospital   as   a   respiratory, sleep and general physician. Dr   Ibrahim    is   an   honorary   lecturer   at   Melbourne   University,   and   is   heavily   involved   in   undergraduate   teaching.   His   areas   of   interest   include chronic non-invasive ventilation; in which he is conducting research as part of his MD degree. He   currently   holds   the   position   as   the   medical   director   of   the   Mitcham   Hospital   Sleep   Laboratory.   He   is   a   member   of   the   medical   advisory committee   for   both   Mitcham   and   Knox   Private   Hospitals.   He   is   trained   and   experienced   in   the   management   of   complex   sleep   disorders, including reporting of bi-level ventilation sleep studies.  He   has   admitting   rights   to   Mitcham,   Knox   and   Epworth   Eastern   Hospitals   and   is   happy   to   provide   inpatient   care   at   these   hospitals.   He   also provides a regular bronchoscopy service at Mitcham Private Hospital and the other hospitals if required. Other   special   skills   include   adult   resuscitation   and   peri-operative   medicine;   which   he   acquired   through   his   intensive   care   and   anaesthesia training.