General Paediatrician

Developmental and Behavioural Paediatrician

Clinical Interests

Georgie Bell is a General Paediatrician who cares for children from birth to 18 years with a range of medical, behavioural and developmental problems.

Georgie has extensive experience working with children with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental delay, learning difficulties and behavioural problems, as well as a range of medical issues from asthma and eczema to constipation and toileting issues. She particularly enjoys working with unsettled babies and children with sleeping difficulties, drawing on her professional and personal experience.

Background and Experience

Georgie graduated from Monash University, Melbourne, in 2004. She completed most of her training in Paediatrics at The Royal Children’s Hospital. She currently enjoys working with newborn babies at The Women’s at Sandringham, and is a General Paediatrician in the outpatient department for Alfred Health at Sandringham Hospital.

Practice Philosophy

Georgie is passionate about providing holistic, quality care to patients and their families. She enjoys collaborating with a wide range of allied health professions, including psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and dieticians, to achieve the best outcomes for her patients. This is enhanced through close communication with GPs, nurses, preschool and school teachers. Her goal is to support children to reach their full potential, whatever the challenges they may face.

As a mother of four young boys, Georgie understands the demands and joys of raising children. In her spare time, she loves kicking the football or playing at the beach with her family. She also enjoys stand up paddle boarding, swimming, running and yoga.