Dr Melanie Freeman is a General and Interventional Cardiologist with a particular interest in the diagnosis and management of chest pain, coronary artery disease, risk factor modification and valvular heart disease.
Dr Freeman performs coronary angiography and interventions including angioplasty and stenting at both public and private hospitals around the eastern suburbs.
Dr Freeman has a particular interest in research, she is a senior lecturer within the Eastern Health Clinical School and is also employed as a Medical Advisor to Ambulance Victoria.
Dr Freeman obtained her medical degree from Monash University in 1999 and became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 2008, having completed her specialist training in Cardiology at the Austin Hospital. Dr Freeman was accepted into the highly competitive 2-year Interventional Fellowship at St Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver. During her Fellowship, Dr Freeman trained with Dr John Webb, a world-renowned leader in transcatheter valve therapies, angiography and coronary interventions.
Dr Melanie Freeman has tailored her practice towards her specialty of interventional cardiology services.
Her private practice is based in Ringwood with rooms also in Rowville, and has admitting rights at Mulgrave Private Hospital.