MBBS (UniMelb), BMedSci (UniMelb), FRACP.
Dr Felicia Letlole is a general paediatrician with extensive experience caring for children with acute and chronic medical conditions from newborn to 16 years of age.
She has particular interest in newborn care; prematurity; feeding issues; gastro-oesophageal reflux; hips; kidneys; enuresis and toileting problems; weight management; asthma; eczema; developmental delay; ADHD; autism; learning and behavioral concerns.
Felicia studied medicine at The University of Melbourne, where she also completed a Bachelor of Medical Sciences. She subsequently completed general paediatrics training through The Canberra Hospital and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. Following completion of her general paediatrics training she elected to further consolidate her newborn care knowledge through working at Westmead Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Currently, she works as a paediatrician at Fairfield Hospital and Blue Mountains Hospital.
Felicia believes in approaching health holistically and seeks to understand each child within the context of their family and community. Through her work, Felicia collaborates closely with families, allied health professionals, teachers, general practitioners and paediatric subspecialists to provide the best care for children.
As a mother to a 5 year old, Felicia understands each parent’s wish for every child to reach their full potential in health and wellbeing.