Dr Mark Hayman is a specialist anaesthetist working in Melbourne Australia. He graduated from medicine at the University of Sydney in 1997 and was awarded a fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2007. He works as a visiting specialist anaesthetist in Melbourne with appointments at Epworth Richmond & Eastern Hospitals, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Melbourne Private Hospital and Warringal Private Hospital. He previously worked as a staff specialist anaesthetist at RPA Hospital in Sydney and as a visiting medical officer at St Vincent’s Hospital and Box Hill Hospital in Melbourne
His major areas of clinical practice include anaesthesia for cardiac electrophysiology procedures, anaesthesia for structural cardiac heart disease (including transcatheter aortic valve implants), and anaesthesia for neurosurgery & spinal surgery. He has extensive experience in cardio-thoracic anaesthesia with considerable experience in intra-operative echocardiography and management of cardiopulmonary bypass. He has developed a wealth of experience in anaesthesia for cardiac electrophysiology procedures including pulmonary vein isolation and other arrhythmia management procedures. He also has extensive of experience in the management of neurosurgical cases including intracranial and spinal procedures plus experience in the conduct and interpretation of intra-operative neurophysiological monitoring. Before moving to Melbourne he was also involved in anaesthesia for major abdominal surgery including liver transplant surgery at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. He has a keen interest in continual improvement in clinical care through the application of evidence based medicine and regular and ongoing professional development.
- Fellow of Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists
- Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Sydney
- Masters of Public Health, University of Sydney
- Bachelor of Science (Medical)(Hons 1), University of Sydney
- Postgraduate Diploma of Critical Care Echocardiography, University of Melbourne