Welcome to Paediatric Gastroenterology Victoria

Digestive problems can severely affect a child’s quality of life. The pain and discomfort your child experiences can prevent him or her from enjoying daily activities. That is why it’s important for your child to receive care at a gastroenterology centre dedicated to children.

At Paediatric Gastoenterology Victoria, our paediatric specialists have the skills and ability to diagnose, treat, and manage digestive disorders in infants, children and teenagers.

Features of our services include:

Full spectrum of care

We can manage everything from a routine upset stomach to complex and chronic conditions in digestive, liver, and nutritional disorders in children of all ages that require ongoing care.

Expertise in diagnosis

There is a wide range of conditions that fall under “gastrointestinal disorders.” This is why careful, professional diagnosis is so important. Our paediatric specialists have the experience to make an accurate diagnosis, the first step to a comprehensive treatment and management plan.

Specialised care

Every member of your child’s team is a paediatric specialist in gastrointestinal disorders. We provide a superior level of care, tailoring your child’s treatment plan to meet his or her specific needs.

Efficient services

Our dedicated team in Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition includes paediatric specialists who work together to provide the most comprehensive services for your child. In addition, if your child has a separate, related condition, we work closely with other specialists to ensure that he or she receives the most appropriate care.

Child-centred environment

We know being in a medical clinic can be an anxious time for a child. From our friendly reception staff to our kid-friendly rooms, we do everything we can to provide a safe, warm, and reassuring environment for children and families.

Latest News

At Paediatric Gastroenterology Victoria, we understand that the possibility of a new diagnosis of Coeliac disease comes with stress and pressure. That is why we’ve started our new Coeliac Disease Rapid Review Clinic. Find out more »

Congratulations Jeremy Rosenbaum on your appointment as the Paediatric representative for the Advanced Training Committee in Gastroenterology for the Royal Australian College of Physicians.

Debbie Rechtman will be teaching about incontinence in children to local and international physiotherapists as part of the Post Graduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy) course at Melbourne University in June.

Dr Don Cameron has recently returned from Paris where he was an invited member of an international expert committee to formulate guidelines on the use of probiotics in gastrointestinal disease.