• Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians
• Master of Public Health Nutrition (University of Queensland 2016)
• Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery (University of Notre Dame 2010)
• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (University of Melbourne 2003)
Areas of Interest
Dr Haridy maintains an active interest in luminal gastroenterology including irritable bowel syndrome, coeliac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, bowel cancer screening as well as the management of liver diseases including fatty liver and viral hepatitis. His research has primarily involved the utilisation of cutting edge technology to improve communication between specialists, patients and general practitioners. He is passionate about providing an open and personable service in gastroenterology.
With over 15-years’ experience in various healthcare settings both nationally and internationally, Dr Haridy has developed a unique perspective with a strong belief in patient-centred care. Initially gaining qualification as a Physiotherapist via the University of Melbourne and working in Australia and the UK, he later underwent medical training in Western Australia in 2007 before returning to Victoria to undertake physician training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. This was followed by advanced specialist training in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Royal Melbourne, Launceston General and Box Hill Hospitals. He concurrently completed a Master of Public Health majoring in nutrition with a particular focus on public health approaches to obesity.
Dr Haridy is currently completing a PhD investigating the use of novel eHealth systems in the management of chronic disease involving specialists and general practitioners in Victoria, South Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania. He has published research in a number of peer-reviewed publications on topics including liver disease, viral hepatitis, coeliac disease and inflammatory bowel disease. He has presented his research at national and international conferences and previously received awards for his research at national conferences. Dr Haridy holds a public appointment at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and is actively involved in teaching.
With a strong focus on personable, caring and open service, Dr Haridy is passionate about delivering quality healthcare to patients and strong communication to referrers.
Royal Melbourne Hospital
Consults and Operates at:
The Epworth Hospital, Richmond
The Epworth Freemasons, East Melbourne
Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians
Gastroenterological Society of Australia
American Gastroenterology Association
European Association for the Study of Liver Disease
Health Informatics Society of Australia