Dr Sameer Kaul completed his undergraduate medical degree in New Delhi, India before coming to Australia and completing his basic training as a general physician at both Frankston hospital and The Alfred hospital. He acquired broad experience in all aspects of Internal Medicine with placements in various metropolitan, suburban and rural hospitals, including Rosebud, Sandringham, Shepparton and Mildura Base Hospital.
Dr Kaul returned to work as the Senior Medical Registrar at The Alfred hospital. He then went on to complete his advanced training in Respiratory and Sleep Medicine, at both the Alfred and Frankston hospitals. Dr Kaul has since returned to the Peninsula as a consultant Respiratory Physician.
Dr Kaul is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians having specialised in Respiratory and Sleep Medicine. He is also a current member of the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand.
Dr Kaul’s interests include all facets of Respiratory and Sleep medicine with a concentration in chronic lung disease, diagnostic assessments in lung cancer and sleep –related respiratory disorders including non-invasive ventilation. At PASO, he is an integral attendee of our multi-disciplinary meetings as he is in charge of our rapid lung cancer diagnosis and assessment program, which allows patients with suspected lung cancer to receive the appropriate tests in a timely fashion.