Dr Baraty is a consultant gastroenterologist who has been working at Sydney Gastrointestinal Specialists since 2018. He was awarded his medical degree with honours from the University of Sydney in 2009. He obtained his gastroenterology, hepatology and inflammatory bowel disease training in Sydney, with rotations at St. George, Sutherland and Concord Hospitals and was awarded his fellowship to the Royal Australian College of Physicians (FRACP) in 2017.
Dr Baraty has a special interest in inflammatory bowel disease. He undertook a 12 month advanced IBD imaging fellowship in Canada. During this time, he developed specialised skills in transabdominal ultrasound assessment of the gastrointestinal tract and is one of only two gastroenterologists in NSW accredited by the International Bowel Ultrasound Group (IBUS) to perform this assessment (LSPN8743). He is currently also undertaking a PhD in this field. He believes a healthy gastrointestinal tract is vital for overall health and has a superior understanding of the microbiome. He aims for complete patient care, combining evidence-based medicine and his advanced endoscopic and ultrasound skills with his empathetic, friendly and respectful personality.
Dr Baraty is a VMO at Ryde Hospital, adjacent to the consulting rooms, where he has a regular endoscopy list and admits patients. He also works at Concord Hospital where he contributes to the IBD clinics and undertakes endoscopy lists. In addition, he has appointments Macquarie University Hospital and Pennant Hills Day Surgery. He maintains Gastroenterological Society of Australia (GESA) accreditation and has been awarded Conjoint Committee for the Recognition of Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy certificates for gastroscopy and colonoscopy with above-average polyp detection rate. He is also involved in teaching junior gastroenterologists and very active in IBD research.
Meet Dr Baraty
Brandon lives with his wife and spends his free time taking his young son to playgrounds and pools, or else mountain biking, kayaking, and experimenting with yoghurt cultures.