Epworth Freemasons Hospital
Suite 101, 320 Victoria Parade
East Melbourne VIC 3002
information@drlenkliman.com.au 03 9419 2372


As a specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist, Dr Len Kliman trained in major teaching hospitals both in Melbourne and the United Kingdom. An important part of this training was to be involved in both research and education.

Dr Kliman remains involved in teaching students and trainees and continues to update his skills through the attendance of worldwide conferences. Dr Kliman continues to be involved in research leading to articles published in respected medical journals.

Dr Kliman continues to be involved in research leading to articles published in respected medical journals, see below:
Low Malignant Potential Tumours of the Ovary: A Study of 76 cases.
L Kliman, RM Rome, DW Fortune Obstetrics and Gynaecology (1986) Volume: 68, Issue: 3, 338 -344
Drug Dependency and Pregnancy: Antenatal and Intrapartum problems.
L Kliman Anaesthesia and Intensive Care I8, 358 – 360
Complete Thoracic Ectopia cordis with double outlet right ventricle: neonatal repair.
KG Watterson, JL Wilkinson, L Kliman, RB Mee Ann Thoracic Surgery (1992) 53, 146-147
Hepatitis C – Role of Perinatal Transmission.
SM Garland, S Rabrizi, P Robinson, C Hughes, Les Markman, W Devenish, L Kliman Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (I.Jov 1998) Volume 38, Issue 4,424 – 427
Poster Presentation: An Investigation into the Role for a Pervasive Technology Solution to Support Gestational Diabetes Self-Care.
N Wickamasinghe, S Cole, L Kliman, S Goldberg Medicine 2.0, 5th World Congress, Harvard University, BOSTON, MA, USA September 2012
Exploring the Possibility for a Pervasive Technology Solution to Facilitate Effective Diabetes Self[1]Care for Patients with Gestational Diabetes.
N Wickramasinghe, S Cole, L Kliman, D Vogel, S Goldberg Proceedings of European Conference Information Systems (ECIS), TEL AVIV, June2014
Desquamative Inflammatory Vaginitis and Plasma Cell Vulvitis Represent a Spectrum of Hemorrhagic Vestibulovaginitis.
Myriarm Song, Tania Day, Len Kliman, Geoff Otton, Desiree Yap, Ross Pagano, Yasmin Tan, James Scurry Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease, Volume 26, Number 1, January 2022
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