Dr Daniel Robaei
Dr Daniel Robaei is a clinical cardiologist with expertise in a wide range of cardiac conditions. He has a particular interest in the impacts of lifestyle modifications on health.
He has sub-specialty expertise in interventional cardiology and cardiac imaging.
Dr Robaei completed his medical training in 2006 at the University of NSW, graduating with honours. He undertook cardiology training at the Prince of Wales Hospital before completing fellowship training in interventional cardiology at the Prince of Wales Hospital. He later worked in the area of complex coronary interventions in London, UK.
Dr Robaei is dual sub-specialty trained, having also undertaken fellowship training in echocardiography at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, and CT coronary angiography training in the United States.
He has a broad range of expertise in the assessment and management of a wide range of cardiac conditions, including a special interest in preventive cardiology and assisting patients with positive lifestyle modifications.
Dr Robaei also holds an academic appointment as a Lecturer at the University of NSW where he has been recognised with a Teaching Excellence Award from the Faculty of Medicine.
- BSc (Med) – Bachelor of Science (Medicine)
- MBBS – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
- FRACP – Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians
- FESC – Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology
- Clinical cardiology
- Interventional cardiology
- Cardiac imaging
- Preventative cardiology
- Sutherland Heart Clinic
- The Sutherland Hospital
- Eastern Heart Clinic
- Prince of Wales Hospital