Mr Iman Bayat is an Australian-trained vascular and endovascular surgeon with expertise in the management of the full range of arterial and venous diseases. Iman is proficient in the latest minimally invasive endovascular technology and techniques including complex endovascular recannalisations of arterial and venous occlusions, the use of hybrid open and endovascular procedures and intravascular ultrasound (IVUS).
Iman is proud of his Persian roots and international education and upbringing. He completed his internship and basic surgical training in the United Kingdom, granting him membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
During the five years of vascular surgery training in Australia, Iman had the privilege of training at the Royal Perth, the Western and Austin Hospitals. His training also included completing one year of training at the prestigious Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, renowned for its state of the art treatment of aortic aneurysms and treatment of chronic venous disease.
After being granted fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in vascular surgery, Iman went on to undertake two short post-fellowship trainings at the Skane University Hospital in Malmo, Sweden, renowned for its complex aortic work, as well as the Sanger Heart and Vascular Institute in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, known for both its thoracic aortic and complex venous expertise. Iman completed his post fellow training at Box Hill Hospital.
Iman is the head of the Vascular Surgery Unit at the Northern Hospital where he has been instrumental in the development of several services there including a centre of excellence for complex venous disorders. He takes pride in the compassionate care of his patients and offers each person detailed explanations regarding their condition.