Dr Imrana Mohammad
MBBS, DCH, FRACP Springfield, Woolloongabba
Independent medical practitioner providing services to patients from Paeds in a Pod rooms.
Dr Imrana Mohammad is a General Pediatrician who looks after children from birth to young adolescence. She applies a holistic approach to care for their physical, emotional, and developmental wellbeing.
Dr Imrana has a special interest in complex medical and behavioral conditions. She has more than ten years of experience.
Her medical career began with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), which she attained from the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in India. Shortly after, she expanded her qualifications with a Diploma of Child Heath from the University of Sydney. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian Collage of Physicians (FRACP), and is a Member of the Australian Paediatric Society.
Dr Imrana has worked at different hospitals, which include Mackay Base Hospital, Logan Hospital, Mater Mothers Hospital NICU and Queensland Children’s Hospital. She is a member of the Medical Emergency Advisory Group at Queensland Childrens Hospital.
As well as clinical practice, Dr Imrana loves to educate. She is an Associate Lecturer at the University of Queensland and is a certified basic life support assessor. Dr Imrana believes that participating in professional education enables her to ensure parent and patient education is seamless.
For Dr Imrana, interacting with children and ‘getting to be a child all over again’ is the highlight of her job. She says that paediatric medicine is not about children alone but is about the child’s family as well. Her focus is to provide care and support for the whole family based on their unique needs.
Dr Imrana is a mum to two beautiful girls and two fur babies. Having a teenager and a toddler, she understands the different needs of the two age groups. When not working, she enjoys time with her family and friends. She is quadrilingual: able to converse in four languages!
Further information and resources:
- Raising Children: Australian parenting website – videos, articles, and apps
- Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service – health fact sheets