Dr Tony Amin is a Consultant Physician and Nephrologist. He obtained his primary degree from Bangladesh and moved to Australia in 2002 for higher education.  He achieved a Master of Information Technology with a major in health informatics from University of South Australia in 2004 and successfully completed Australian Medical Council (AMC) exam in 2005. He joined an internship program at Royal Adelaide Hospital in 2006.  After successful completion of his intern year, he commenced a specialist training program in 2007 at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide and completed his fellowship exam in 2009.  After successful completion of his advance training in Nephrology, he became a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in Nephrology (FRACP) in 2012 and then continued his post fellowship training in General Medicine and achieved his second FRACP fellowship in General Medicine in 2016.

Dr Amin started working at the Eastern Health Service, Melbourne, in 2013. He has continued to practise as a General Physician and Nephrologist at Epworth, Knox, Mulgrave and South Eastern private hospitals.

Dr Amin’s research interest is in cardiac arrhythmia and heart failure in patients with chronic kidney disease and currently works as a research fellow at Monash University.  He is also involved in medical student teaching, specialist trainee teaching and is an examiner for the specialist exam conducted by Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP).