Author: Dr Gokul Tamilarasan

Dr Gokul Tamilarasan

Dr Gokul Tamilarasan is a Consultant Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist, providing service in the Camperdown area.

Dr Tamilarasan consults from Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and has honorary clinical and research roles at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPAH) and Concord Repatriation General Hospital (CRGH). Gokul trained as a junior medical officer and physician trainee at RPAH, before completing his Gastroenterology advanced training at RPAH and CRGH. Dr Tamilarasan then travelled to London to commence an international clinical research fellowship at the world-renowned Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, focusing on inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). He is currently continuing his research in IBD as a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney.

Gokul’s special interests include: • Inflammatory Bowel diseases • General gastroenterology • Cancer Screening • Coeliac disease • Irritable bowel syndrome

Dr Tamilarasan prides himself on being extremely personable. He enjoys meeting and working with people and is known for his clear communication style and great listening skills.

Gokul is committed to being accessible and approachable for referring practitioners. Feel free to contact him directly if you require any specialist advice to help you in the management of your patients.

The Basics of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

In this episode of PodMD, consultant gastroenterologist and hepatologist Dr Gokul Tamilarasan will be discussing the topic of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including what IBD is, how a patient would typically present, the treatment options, when to refer and more. Transcript Please note this is a machine generated transcription and may contain some errors. *As… Read more »

GORD (Reflux Disease)

In this episode of PodMD, consultant gastroenterologist and hepatologist Dr Gokul Tamilarasan will be discussing the topic of GORD, or gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, including what GORD actually is, the risks of the condition, the treatment options, the likelihood of recurrence, when a GP should refer and more. Transcript Please note this is a machine generated… Read more »