Dr Karan Makhija is a Clinical and Laboratory Haematologist with a keen interest in all aspects of Haematology, including management of patients with blood count abnormalities, paraproteinaemias, thrombosis, lymphoma, myeloma and leukaemia.
Karan works in both public and private Haematology practice. He works as a Staff Specialist at the Calvary Mater Hospital and Manning Base Hospital, as well as in private practice at Hunter Valley Haematology in Cooks Hill.
He is currently able to offer private appointments to new patients in a very timely fashion.
Karan obtained his medical degree in sunny Queensland with an Academic Medal and subsequently completed Physician Training through The Townsville Hospital and The Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney. He went on to pursue dual training in both clinical and laboratory Haematology at the Calvary Mater Hospital and John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, awarding him Fellowships of the Royal Australian College of Physicians and the Royal College of Pathologists Australasia.
Karan is regularly involved in teaching medical students, junior doctors and advanced trainees. He is happy to conduct educational talks at your practice, covering any topics of interest.
Timely and effective communication with GPs, patients and their families is something which Karan greatly values.
He is also happy to be contacted via the Cooks Hill Rooms (02 9190 5380) to provide advice about your patients.