Dr Paul Joffe is excited to announce Hub; an adolescent and child friendly behavioural and developmental specialist clinic.
Hub is real medicine.
Hub is strength, mentorship, health.
Experts in behaviour and development.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Dr Paul Joffe
Paul is a Developmental-Behavioural & General Paediatrician who completed his RACP Paediatric Specialist training in Melbourne at The Royal Children’s Hospital and overseas.
His clinical areas of expertise include neurodevelopmental and behavioural disorders such as ADHD, anxiety, mood disorders, developmental delay, autism, learning difficulties, sleep and toileting problems as well as general emotional and behavioural problems in teenagers, toddlers and children.
Paul has worked with high risk individuals in the Corrections and Juvenile Justice systems for over 15 years. He has held positions at the Alfred Child and Youth Mental Health Service in Developmental and Eating Disorders Programs.
Training and teaching as a Paediatrician at The Royal Children’s Hospital’s Centre for Community Child Health, his clinical appointments have included the Behaviour Clinic, Preschool Developmental Clinic, ADHD clinic, Sleep clinic, Unsettled Babies Clinic and multidisciplinary School Function Program. In recent years he has remained a consultant Paediatrician at the Austin Hospital Paediatric Emergency Department.
Paul has developed clinical guidelines for paediatricians, general practitioners as well as parents at multiple institutions. He is an Expert Reviewer and Author for Australia’s Raising Children’s Network around sleep problems and general development. He is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching through the Royal Children’s Hospital and the University of Melbourne. He provides supervision and mentoring for training specialists through the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
Paul is a published author of scientific papers related to paediatric medication prescribing as well as complementary and alternative medications in children.
Paul completed a Bachelor of Science degree, a Bachelor of Medical Science degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree in literature prior to his medical training. He is an award winning fine‐art photographer with past exhibitions at major galleries, and is a passionate longboard skateboarder. Paul is a dedicated family man and is the father of four incredible kids.
Dr Jonathan (Yoni) Ajzner
Yoni is a general and developmental behavioural paediatrician who has worked in Paediatrics since 2007. He believes that all children deserve the best attention and care in order to thrive and sees himself as someone who can demystify the complicated medical and developmental issues that are seen in childhood and adolescence.
He is experienced in all areas of general paediatrics and treats babies, children and adolescents with medical, behavioural and developmental issues. Yoni has a special interest in the areas of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, difficult behaviours in childhood and early childhood learning.
Yoni trained in paediatrics at The Royal Children’s Hospital, Monash Health and Sydney Children’s Hospital. He has worked as the Clinical Fellow in Cystic Fibrosis and Respiratory Medicine as well as a Clinical Fellow at the Victorian Forensic Paediatric Medical Service. During his time at Sydney Children’s Hospital, he was an associate lecturer at UNSW. Yoni works in regional Victoria three days a fortnight and has previously worked in rural Northern Territory townships and in rural and metropolitan settings in Nepal.
Yoni is a member of the Neurodevelopmental and Behavioural Paediatric Society of Australasia (NBPSA) and works closely with other health professionals, including speech pathologists, occupational therapists, teachers and psychologists. As a father of three, Yoni is passionate about providing child and family centred care to ensure that children reach their physical and emotional potential.
Away from work, Yoni loves to spend time with his family and support the Collingwood Football Club. When he finally returned to his regular physical activities following the 2020 Covid lockdowns, he injured his achilles tendon, so his footy, basketball and martial arts days may be behind him.
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Parking and public transport (tram/bus) accessible to the doorstep and close to cafes and parklands.