Dr Sebastian Ranguis is a certified Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat Doctor), Head and Neck Surgeon with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) with advanced training in Paediatric (Children) Otolaryngology. He completed the prestigious international fellowship in Paediatric Otolaryngology at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada accredited by the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ASPO) . Dr Sebastian Ranguis specialises in complex airway surgery, adult and paediatric head and neck surgery, rhinology and otology.
Dr Ranguis holds surgical supervisor positions at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, the Northern Beaches Hospital and the Central Coast Area Health Service. As well as providing the full array of ENT surgeries to patients at these hospitals he plays an active role in teaching ENT surgical trainees. He is very busy providing on call duties for NSW Health covering a wide geographical region for patients in need of emergent and critical ENT services. Dr Ranguis’ surgical interests include paediatric and adult airway surgery, otology, rhinology, head and neck surgery, and facial plastic surgery including rhinoplasty and otoplasty.
Throughout his training Dr Ranguis has worked at prestigious hospitals in New South Wales including Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Royal North Shore Hospital and St. Vincent’s Hospital. Dr Ranguis has presented research nationally and internationally on airway surgery, lateral and anterior skull base surgery, otology and cochlear implantation. He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and authored book chapters on skull base surgery. He has won several international awards including the Harry Barberian Scholarship 2020 (University of Toronto) and the SENTAC Academic Bowl Prize 2020 (San Diego, California). He completed his Masters of Medicine in clinical epidemiology at the University of Sydney in 2011 following the completion of his medical degree at the University of New South Wales in 2007.
Dr Sebastian Ranguis is focused on providing evidence-based medicine through care tailored specifically for his patients. He ensures that his consultations are given plenty of time so that his patients, together with their supports, are able to fully address all their concerns. When he is not tending to his patients Sebastian loves spending time with his family, going to the park with his young daughter and keeping fit through ocean swimming.
Dr Rachel Vassiliadis is a senior anaesthetist who practices mainly as a VMO in large metropolitan hospitals. She is a passionate and engaging teacher who specialises in patient centric care, error reduction, ENT and obstetric anaesthesia. Her research interests centre around airway management and anaesthetic and pain management in the Emergency Department.
Dr Vassiliadis strives to live her life and interact with people in a compassionate, empathic, logical and common-sense manner. These traits have served her well in her clinical career.
Dr Nathan Royan is an anaesthetist with positions as a VMO at Royal North Shore, Hornsby and Northern Beaches public hospitals and North Shore Private, Castlecrag and Mater private hospitals. He completed his anaesthetic training at the Royal North Shore Hospital and underwent further fellowship training with a Clinical/Research Fellowship in Neuroanaesthesia at Toronto Western Hospital.
Dr Royan is passionate about teaching and research and has formalised these with a post-graduate certificate in clinical education and with published research in the area of anaesthesia for intraoperative neuromonitoring. Nathan is a strong advocate for patient care and safety and continually strives to improve his patient’s perioperative experiences and outcomes.
Dr Chaminda Wijeratne holds both private and public hospital appointments at the Sydney Adventist Hospital, North Shore Private Hospital, Macquarie University Hospital, Northern Beaches Hospital and Norwest Private Hospital as well as public appointments at Royal North Shore Hospital, Concord and Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospitals. He has completed two overseas fellowships including a Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine Fellowship at the Sunnybrook Hospital and The Holland Centre in Toronto and a Paediatric Anaesthetic Fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) Toronto.
Dr Wijeratne is dedicated to the provision of world class evidence based and patient oriented care. He has special interests in quality improvement and has completed a postgraduate diploma in Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Sydney.
Courtney is the Practice Manager at North View ENT. She has a background in health care delivery with a long history of experience practising as a registered nurse and midwife at tertiary hospitals in Sydney. Courtney is privileged to work closely with patients and their families to provide an exemplar standard of service to her patients.
Courtney looks forward to helping you throughout your time with us. Please reach out with any questions or concerns you might have.