Waverley Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Waverley Private Hospital specialist Ravi Kashyap

Dr Ravi Kashyap

MBBS, FRANZCOG

Ravi offers a full range of obstetric care including VBAC (vaginal birth after previous caesarean) and vaginal delivery of twins. You can be secure that whatever complications arise Ravi can continue your care at a tertiary hospital.

Dr. Kashyap is an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist practising in the south eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
 
Dr. Kashyap’s philosophy supports natural labour as much as possible while having the skills and experience to cope with any emergency or complication that may arise.
 
Graduating in medicine from Monash University in 1989, he commenced specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1995 at the Royal Women’s Hospital, continuing his training at the National Maternity Hospital in Holles St, Dublin, and at Monash Medical Centre in Clayton, Victoria. Dr. Kashyap commenced private practice after receiving his specialist qualifications in April 2001.
 
Experience
 
Dr. Kashyap offers a full range of obstetric care including VBAC (vaginal birth after previous caesarean) and vaginal delivery of twins. You can be secure that if complications arise requiring admission at a tertiary hospital he will continue your care at Jessie MacPherson Private Hospital. He also offers general gynaecology care including laparoscopic surgery.
 
Dr. Kashyap was on the organising committee of the RANZCOG conference in Melbourne and also lectures and mentors Monash University students.
 
Having managed thousands of pregnancies, ranging from normal to extremely complicated, Dr. Kashyap continues to maintain a commitment at Monash Medical Centre as the Topaz Obstetric Unit team leader. As part of his commitment to promoting vaginal birth he has run the ECV (External Cephalic Version) clinic at Monash for the last 10 years. He is a consultant to the Victorian PERS (perinatal emergency referral service).
General and High Risk Obstetrics Pre-Pregnancy Counselling Morning Sickness Antenatal Counselling Labour Postnatal Care Breast Feeding Associated Conditions (Diabetes, Blood Pressure, Anaemia) Ectopic pregnancy