CAG Melbourne Anaesthetist
MBBS, GCClinEd, FANZCA
Dr Robyn Maina is a specialist anaesthetist trained in Adelaide and Melbourne. She has sub-specialty interests in paediatric anaesthesia, anaesthesia for ear / nose / throat surgery, ophthalmic surgery, breast and endocrine surgery, obstetrics / gynaecological / fertility surgery, plastics and reconstructive surgery and general surgery.
Robyn obtained her medical degree at the University of Adelaide, graduating in 2006. She completed her specialty training in anaesthesia and pain management in Adelaide ’s major tertiary and trauma hospitals, and gained her sub-specialty training in paediatric anaesthesia through the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne and the Perth Children’s Hospital in WA. She also has sub-speciality training in anaesthesia for ophthalmic and ear/nose/throat surgery via the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital.
Robyn is predominantly in private practice across most of Melbourne’s private hospitals including the Epworth, St Vincent’s Private, Healthscope and Ramsay Private networks, caring for both paediatric and adult patients. In the public sector, she has worked as a specialist anaesthetist at the University Hospital Geelong, The Westmead Children’s Hospital, Sydney and has current appointments as a visiting specialist anaesthetist at the Royal Dental Hospital, Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and Eastern Health network (Box Hill, Maroondah and Angliss Hospitals).
Robyn is a fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and is committed to her ongoing professional development and education, and that of her peers and colleagues, with her interest in clinical education. She is a member of the Society for Paediatric Anaesthesia in New Zealand and Australia (SPANZA) and actively participates in sub-committee work for SPANZA, and is also a member of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists.
Her commitment is the provision of a safe, well-informed and positive experience for her patients, engaging with them to address any concerns, and caring for them through their procedure to aid their comfort and ensure their well-being and safety.