Visiting Specialists

Belair Medical has a number of visiting specialists to help achieve the best health outcomes for you.

Leah Wilson

Leah consults at 20 Main Rd, Belair on Thursdays by appointment. Please call Please call (08) 8338 2359 to book a time.

Dr Wilson was awarded her medical degree from the University of Adelaide in 1995 and has been practicing in South Australia since. She undertook specialty training between1999-2004 and is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.

Dr Wilson has consulted in private practice and the public hospital system. She was the SA State Chairperson of the Australasian College of Dermatologists from 2015 until 2017.

Dr Wilson is the founder of Eastern Dermatology and Laser Clinic located in Glen Osmond. She has an interest in all areas of general and cosmetic dermatology and at her practice in Glen Osmond conducts laser treatment using the latest technology. In addition to her practice at Glen Osmond, Dr Wilson is a visiting specialist in Belair and Gawler.

Dr Harshita Pant

Dr Pant consults at 20 Main Rd, Belair on Thursdays by appointment. Please call (08) 82390422 to book a time.

Dr Pant graduated from the Flinders University of South Australia with her medical degree and undertook specialist surgical training in Otolaryngology and Head and Neck surgery (ENT surgery) with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. During this time, Dr Pant was also awarded a PhD in Rhinology and Immunology from the University of Adelaide. Dr Pant then spent a year at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre in the USA as a fellow and clinical instructor in minimally invasive skull base surgery, rhinology and allergy.

Dr Pant has an interest in managing patients with nose, sinus and allergic diseases and children with ENT problems. She has a unique understanding of the influence of microbes (bacteria, fungi and viruses) and patient’s immune system in chronic sinusitis and has extensive training in the medical and surgical treatment of nose and sinus problems. Her philosophy for medically treating nose and sinus diseases is to firstly understand the underlying reasons for her patient’s symptoms so that an individualised and step-by-step rational approach to medical therapy can be instituted. She reviews her patient’s treatment progress regularly with an explanation of their progress based on symptom scores and examination findings. Sinus surgery is considered when medical treatment fails to relieve sinus disease. In some situations, surgical treatment may be considered earlier if a patient presents with a complication of sinusitis, or findings that require urgent surgical treatment or a biopsy.

Dr Pant specialises in advanced endoscopic sinus surgery and skull base surgery in both adult and paediatric patients, using minimally invasive endonasal (through the nose) approaches.

Dr Pant is a staff specialist consultant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and a senior lecturer at the University of Adelaide. She has an active teaching and research career at the University of Adelaide. Dr Pant has presentations both nationally and internationally, and has significant publications on sinus and skull base surgery, and sinus inflammation, including nasal polyps and allergic fungal sinusitis. Dr Pant is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, member of the Australian Society of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, Australian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy, Australasian Rhinology Society, American Rhinology Society, North American Skull Base Society and American Academy of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery.

She is married and has 3 young children.

Dr Alex Rodgers

Dr Rodgers consults at 20 Main Rd, Belair on Mondays by appointment. Please call (08) 8276 9888 to book a time.

Dr Rodgers graduated in medicine from the University of Adelaide in 1997. He trained in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He then did a clinical fellowship in hepatology / liver transplantation at the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, UK.

He was awarded his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 2005. He was also recognised in endoscopy and colonoscopy training by the Conjoint Committee in 2005.


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